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    NewsWorks Tonight April 28, 2016 – Full Show

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    Laura Benshoff heads to Downingtown, where the town’s mayor is receiving flack after confronting Donald Trump on Twitter. Shirley Min reports the Delaware Art Museum has hired a new executive director. Tom MacDonald brings the story of how Philadelphia’s City Council is interested in learning more about vertical farming in the city. Dave Heller speaks with Belinda Haikes and Gaby Heit, curators of the Philly Tech Week online art exhibit, Out of Frame. Neema Roshania looks into a tour group that is giving the sight impaired a unique insight on Philadelphia’s cultural treasures. Brad Linder discusses the U.S. Treasury’s decision to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill with New York University professor Jonathan Zimmerman.

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