Sixers sold without Wells Fargo Center, Rodin Museum unveils restored gardens

    Good morning, Feeders! Did you feel differently waking up this morning knowing the Sixers are no longer owned by Comcast? The deal is pending NBA approval, but Lizz Fiedler will have details for us on the business side of things.

    Mara Zepeda is in court where Mount Holly residents are making their case today against a housing development they say negatively impacts low-income residents. Mara will fill us in.

    Maiken Scott is working on a feature for us today about the science behind what we like and share on the Internet. She’ll have thoughts from experts on how this will shape the business of being online.

    Monika Zaleska will talk to students who are protesting a tuition hike at Rutgers, while Dillon Buckley looks into a move by the Bucks County Red Cross to shift ownership of a homeless shelter.

    Peter Crimmins will check out the restored gardens at the Rodin Museum to see what the first phase of the museum’s renovations looks like. He’ll also talk with the head of an arts initiative in South Jersey to promote the creation and maintenance of arts venues and performances in the area.

    Rep. Pamela DeLissio is serving her first term in Pennsylvania, and at a town hall meeting last night she talked about the difficulties of being a Democrat in a Republican-led state. We have coverage of DeLissio’s meeting with her constituents in the 194th Legislative District.

    Protests continued yesterday at Chelten Plaza where opponents of discount stores are speaking out against the use of state funds to bring low-level stores to the neighborhood.

    We’ll have that and more for you today, but don’t forget you can tell us what stories you think we should chase. Feed the Feed to share your thoughts.

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