Rehashing the primary, dining with dieters

    If you’re radio’s not on, you’re missing the good stuff. We’ve got some post-primary news for you to savor alongside some dieters who find strength in numbers (but not calories). That and more on NewsWorks Tonight.

    So what should we make of all these primary election results? Why not ask John Street and Marge Tartaglione. We’ll hear from former (and maybe future) Philadelphia Mayor Street about his thoughts on a possible run, and City Commissioner Tartaglione about her frustration with politics.

    Lizz Fiedler will have a story about veterans and their struggles to find employment post-service. Vets under 30 are having a particularly tough time.

    How will ABC fill the gap Oprah’s leaving behind? We’ll take a look at how channel 6 is preparing to take over her legendary 4 p.m. weekday slot.

    It’s no secret dieting is easier when you’ve got someone on your side. We’ll talk about how a local diet club provides support to its members.

    And of course, that’s not all. Tune into 90.9 FM from 6 to 6:30 for our full show.

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