Senior housing gets younger, unpaid interns take a stand

    Good morning, Feeders, and welcome to a new week.

    Tom MacDonald will start things off with the duck boat trial. The civil trial is underway in the 2010 fatal Ride the Ducks crash in the Delaware River.

    Carolyn Beeler will look at Atlantic County’s senior housing, where the age restriction has been dropped. She’ll find out who else is interested in living in what began as 55 and older housing.
    Following an out-of-state lawsuit from an unpaid intern, Emma Jacobs will look at the expectations for free workers and how trends vary by industry and employer.

    Peter Crimmins will check in with the Franklin Institute. After a male hawk died last week, the institute is helping the female feed her babies.

    And Jen Howard is chatting with sports bloggers about the Sixers and Flyers, who are doing a lot better and worse, respectively, than thought.

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