Hiya, Feed readers.
Here’s what we have on tap for you this morning on WHYY’s Morning Edition:
Today’s big stoy: A series of attacks on women in Kensington has sent waves of fear through the community, particularly among prostitutes who work the area. Our own Elizabeth Fiedler rode a stretch of Frankford and Kensington Avenues with a woman who recently escaped that life. Update: More than one person may be behind the attacks.
In arts and culture: The holiday season has always made strange bedfellows of religious and secular life, as shopping and eggnog share the same space with spiritual obligations. Catch Peter Crimmins’ report on a downtown theater is presenting religious plays for non-believers.
A tech note: A group of Philadelphia engineers has received honors for their work in energy conservation, and you might be surprised to learn whom they work for.
In Harrisburg: Lighting the state Capitol’s Christmas tree, Pennsylvania Governor Rendell said 2010 was, for the most part, a pretty gloomy year. One exception? The rescue of 33 Chilean miners. Chile’s Ambassador to the U.S., Arturo Fermandois, was on hand for the event – hear Scott Detrow’s report.
And, of course, much, much more.