Sheriff Sales resume today, studies show interesting employment trends

    Protesters are already gathering outside 3801 Market St. ahead of this morning’s Sheriff sales, which resume today. WHYY’s Jen Howard will be there to get the story. It’s going to be a busy Tuesday, Feeders, so stick close.


    This afternoon, Lizz Fiedler will talk to a priest who’s been moderating conversations among parishioners, priests and other clergy. She’s also following safety guidelines on tour buses.

    President Obama is heading to Gamesa in Bucks County tomorrow. The wind turbine manufacturer is a popular stop for politicians. Susan will take a look back at who’s been there, and how Gamesa rates in the wind energy industry.

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    Hamilton resident Richard Kanka will announce hid bid for the New Jersey Senate. Kanka’s late daughter, Megan, is the name behind Megan’s Law, which requires convicted sex offenders to register with police and notify neighbors. Phil Gregory will have more details for us.

    The Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts begins Thursday. We’ll have plenty of coverage, including some lead-in pieces Peter Crimmins is working on today.

    Maiken Scott brings us word of two separate but related studies: One links early death to unemployed men, and the other examines employees’ moods as they approach the work day and how employers can make adjustments.

    Don’t forget out today’s Health & Science live chat. WHYY’s Taunya English will talk with Saint Joseph’s University psychologist Jodi Mindell, author of “Sleeping Through the Night: How Infants, Toddlers, and Their Parents Can Get a Good Night’s Sleep” today at noon right here.

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