NewsWorks Tonight, November 18, 2014 – Full Show


    Philadelphia’s long awaited second casino license gets awarded to Live Entertainment, slated to build a gaming hall at 10th and Packer Avenue, and Fishtown Residents reflect on how Sugarhouse Casino has affected their neighborhood.  Kevin McCorry reports from a meeting of the Pennsylvania Basic Education Funding Commission. Keystone Crossroads’ Kate Lao Shaffner visits Altoona to see how a university is helping revitalize the city.  New York University Professor of History Jonathan Zimmerman talks with Chris Satullo about how the political battle shaping up between the senate and the president is an old trend in American politics.  Peter Crimmins follows Ballet-X’s transformation of the Orson Welles film “Touch of Evil” in to a modern dance piece.

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