Here’s your Friday news lineup:

    Dave Davies will examine the dust up in Montgomery County over breakfast – about whether Montgomery County commissioners conferred about county business over a meal, away from the public.

    Susan Phillips will attend a rally marking one year since a series of fights at South Philadelphia high school.

    Tom MacDonald will talk with Center City District President Paul Levy about plans for remaking Dilworth Plaza outside City Hall.  He’ll also pursue some organizations that were set to receive money from Governor Rendell’s potential bond issue.

    • WHYY thanks our sponsors — become a WHYY sponsor

    Peter Crimmins will report on the relocation of the Arts Sanctuary, and a little known ceremony in which curators carefully turn one page of a historic field guide on birds each Friday.

    Lizz Fiedler will attend an announcement from Mayor Nutter regarding two Pop Warner football teams, the Frankford Chargers and the North Philly Blackhawks.  She’ll also report on Philadelphia’s first “Nerd Nite.”

    And on the Health and Science Beat, Taunya English will talk to a speech pathologist about the portrayal of stuttering therapy in the new film “The King’s Speech.”  She’ll also report on new research out of Penn State  saying less calories may lead to longer life.

    That’s all for now.  Stay with the feed for updates throughout the day and this evening.

    Want a digest of WHYY’s programs, events & stories? Sign up for our weekly newsletter.

    Together we can reach 100% of WHYY’s fiscal year goal