NewsWorks Tonight, August 11, 2017 – Full Show

Listen 19:59

Dave Davies gives an overview on the republican candidate in Philadelphia’s City Controller race. Joel Wolfram reports that bulldozers have reached the most notorious drug encampment in the railroad gulch known as “El Campamento” along the Contrail tracks. Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at the Gallup Poll, joins the show to gauge where the enthusiasm of Donald Trump’s base is. According to StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Catalina Jaramillo, it looks like we’ll be able to indulge in New Jersey oysters with no guilt this summer. Peter Crimmins heads to a traveling exhibition of Louis Kahn’s work, an architect who made his name in Philadelphia.

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