Nutter talks sustainable building, law loophole contributed to dungeon case

    Good morning, Feeders, and happy Friday and Halloween weekend! Have you submitted your Halloween photos to our gallery yet?

    Sarah White-Koditschek will brief us on the history of Mischief Night and some of the places in our area that get hit hardest on the night before Halloween. She’s also checking in on a story that’s a different kind of scary: a Social Security Protection Act loophole that contributed to the Tacony dungeon case.

    Want to know what Mayor Michael Nutter has to say about global sustainable building? Carolyn Beeler will share details with us from a sustainability conference she attended yesterday, and will also have the latest details on Medicare open enrollment.

    Don’t know anything about Major League Soccer? Jen Howard will brush us up on the important details, because as you might not have noticed in your Philly sports depressions, the Union is doing us proud.

    And speaking of Halloween, we asked visitors to Eastern State Penitentiary’s Terror Behind the Walls to give us their best movie scream. And now we’re asking you to vote.

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