Good morning, Feeders! It’s just three days to Christmas, so get your shopping and baking done. We’ll try to give you some news between all the rushing around. Below is a list of the stories we’re after today.
Reporter Tom MacDonald will be at a Mummers press conference later today, where details about more drill spots and additional viewing locations will be revealed.
The Philadelphia Inquirer has a new editor. After 10 weeks as interim editor, Stan Wischnowski was named yesterday to the permanent role. Susan Philips will have details about what went into the hiring decision.
Why are women still out on the streets of Kensington when a serial killer is on the prowl? Lizz Fiedler will talk to the operator of a don court, who works to help prostitutes sort out their issues. Lizz is hoping for insight as to what’s keeping this women out in such dangerous conditions.
Has the Bucks County Playhouse been saved? Peter Crimmins is chasing the story of new investors in the Newtown theater and what that means for the historic playhouse’s future.
More and more, elderly people are being prescribed anti-depressants. But the lack of communication between primary doctors and psychiatrists also results in more medication reactions. Meggan Kole wants to find out where the communication breakdown starts and if it can be resolved.
We’re chasing a handful of other stories today, many of which you can preview on the Feed. Feed the Feed to tell us what you care about today.