Occupy Philly marks 6-month anniversary, local filmmakers win award

    Good morning, Feeders! Happy Friday, and an even happier Friday to those of you who have off today.

    We’re in full swing over here, and Tom MacDonald is working on a couple City Council stories. He’ll also have details on Egg Harbor’s anti-terror fence and when it’s coming down.
    Lizz Fiedler is checking in with Occupy Philly, which is marking a six-month milestone. We’ll find out what the group’s plans are moving forward.

    Emma Jacobs will follow up with a company that’s selling some of its suburban inventory, and Peter Crimmins will catch up with local filmmakers who’ve won a Peabody Award.

    Peter will also check out an atomic exhibit at a Bucks County museum.

    Taunya English will have the details on accidental exercise, and Lizz will find out if the Phillies are too old to win.

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