NWT Full Show, Feb. 29, 2012


    Elizabeth Fiedler visits with a filmmaker galvanizing Kensington community members to buy and renovate abandoned buildings.  Juliana Reyes of the It’s Our Money team reports Fairmount residents are fed up with scofflaw dog owners who don’t pick up their pooches’ poop.  Maiken Scott talks to a local centennarian whose Leap Day birthday means she’s only turning 25–sort of.  Kimberly Haas reports the Chester County Historical Society is honoring native son Bayard Rustin, one of the architects of the Civil Rights Movement.  And Therese Madden talks about a program that offers food discounts in exchange for good deeds.

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