NewsWorks Tonight February 22, 2013 – Full Show

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    Tom MacDonald reports the Church of Assumption in Philadelphia, slated for demolition, has once again gotten a temporary reprieve.  Zack Seward talks to Google officials, in town to train local businesses on how to enhance their online presence.  Amy Quinn joins us to talk about the latest turn in the ongoing controversy over a potter’s field in Germantown.  Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport brings us this week’s poll numbers.  Elisabeth Perez-Luna has a look at the life of Rosetta Tharpe, who spent much of her life in Philadelphia.  And we get a week in review from a librarian working in the digital age.

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