NWT Full Show, April 18, 2012


    Peter Crimmins brings us a remembrance of Dick Clark, who died today at the age of 82.  Tom MacDonald reports more code violations for the owners of a warehouse that burned down last week, killing two firefighters.  Carolyn Beeler talks to activists trying to stop locally-based water utility Aqua from buying out homeowners to allow natural gas drilling on their land.  It’s Our Money’s Holly Otterbein investigates money Philadelphia is spending to pay for the utilities of city non-profits.  Lari Robling introduces us to the “High Tunnel,” which could give Philadelphia a nearly year round growing season.  And we talk with Philadelphia’s poet laureate, Sonia Sanchez.

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