South Philly bikers can expect more interactions with cops, 9 to 5 workers invted to daytime dance party

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Tom MacDonald is talking to some South Philly cops and bikers today. The groups are about to get to know each other as the South Philly police districts begin a crackdown on bike violations.
    While Emma Jacobs brings us the latest developments in Pennsylvania’s voter ID case, we’ll also hear from Mayor Michael Nutter about the city’s “global” fashion event.

    Zack Seward is checking out plans for the next SEPTA hackathon and Taunya English will hear from a health law expert about guidelines for smoking employees.

    Peter Crimmins ought to have an interesting work day. He’s heading over to the Painted Bride, where 9-to-5-ers are invited to a daytime dance party.

    And Lizz Fiedler is tracking Pennsylvania dog law enforcement and the case of a reporter held up by a 12-year-old.

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