Pennsylvania changes liability law, slots revenue down around Philadelphia

    Changes to Pennsylvania’s tort law will complicate things for people looking to obtain monetary compensation through lawsuits. Dave Davies will walk us through the change that assesses accountability based on fault, not on the depth of pockets.

    Hear that and more on tonight’s show, which begins at 6 p.m. on 91 FM.

     

    We’ll hear from Israel Posner from Stockton College’s School of Business about declining slots revenue at Philadelphia’s nearby casinos. Slots revenue at Harrah’s Chester and Parx in Bensalem are down from this time last year. Let’s find out why.

    No doubt you love indulging in a cannoli. But do you know just how much work goes into making one? Stephanie Marudas visited South Philly’s Termini Bros. to find out what makes a cannoli . . . and what makes a bakery.

    Speaking of food, adhering to the food pyramid can seem pretty daunting. FIT’s Therese Madden has some tips for us on how to meet the recommended guidelines without feeling overwhelmed.

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