NewsWorks Tonight December 22, 2014 – Full Show


    Tom MacDonald reports on the planned reconstruction of much of the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, and what it will mean for Center City residents.  Andrew Johnson, Director of the Watershed Protection Program, joins us to discuss how a new grant from the William Penn Foundation will help reshape the region’s trail system.  Elana Gordon visits a new exhibit at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia that celebrates the 500th birthday of the founder of modern anatomy.  Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts ushers in winter. Chris Satullo argues calling white people racist is counterproductive to the goal of racial harmony.  And Katie Colaneri tours the warehouse where South Philly Christmases are born with our own web producer and South Philly native Marilyn D’Angelo.

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