NewsWorks Tonight February 16, 2017 – Full Show

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    StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Jon Hurdle joins us to discuss the latest challenge to the Mariner East Pipeline project.  Katie Colaneri reports on the small but symbolic “Day Without Immigrants” in Philadelphia.  Joe Hernandez reports Collingswood is fixing up dilapidated houses using a recently passed law.  Tom MacDonald reports soda distributors have been taking Philadelphia’s new soda tax quite hard.  Eleanor Klibanoff visits a ‘human library’ at Penn State University, where visitors ‘borrow’ other students’ experiences.  And we’re joined by Klezmer legend Hankus Netsky, who’s playing a concert in the Philadelphia area this weekend.  He’s author of the book “Klezmer: Music and Community in 20th Century Jewish Philadelphia.”

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