Study looks at casinos’ focus, museum exhibit appeals to the blind

    Good morning, Feeders!

    While Tom MacDonald keeps an eye on City Council’s plans for a Philly health fair, he’ll also look into a study about Atlantic City casinos. What are they spending too much on, and how can they boost tourism and revenue?

    Peter Crimmins is working on a story about the end of Philly’s Open Air light show and how it did, who visited and whether we can expect to see it again. He’ll also take us through a new exhibit at Penn’s archaeology museum, which has been set up especially for those with vision impairments.

    Ben Herold and Holly Otterbein both have stories in the works for later this week, and we’re likely to see a new cartoon today from Tony Auth.

    Taunya English has two stories on tap: one about brain trauma and developments, and the other about SIDS-related death rates and how our tri-state area ranks.

    Be sure to check out today’s installment of The Stakes: the Zauns from Downingtown.

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