A thought provoking, engaging and timely show that tackles wide ranging issues of concern to listeners in the Delaware Valley, the nation and beyond. A rebroadcast of the morning show.
Kenney crackdown on flipping city lots falls short, critics say
Is it possible to reform Philadelphia’s corruption-prone system of selling public land without removing City’s Council’s informal power over sales?
4 hours ago
Philly’s forfeiture machine: How selling homes seized by cops hurt poor neighborhoods
Selling homes seized by law enforcement was supposed to improve communities. But a new WHYY investigation found it's added to blight in some of Philly's poorest neighborhoods.
Air Date: December 11, 2018
It’s not a ‘total pit of despair’ for Eagles fans as team’s hopes dim
For Eagles fans, does a Super Bowl title cover up the bitterness of a failed repeat campaign? Yes and no.
1 day ago
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