Everyone Is Amped for the New iPad

Plus: Romney wins Super Tuesday, the Flyers won their third straight, Washington DC says #FUPhilly, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Everyone Is Amped for the New iPad. Apple is supposedly set to announce details concerning the newest version of the iPad. Tech nerds everywhere are salivating at the prospect of a faster iPad with a higher screen resolution. In fact, some of the staff here is probably already camping out at Best Buy. [Philly.com]

Mitt Romney Won Ohio. He also split eight other states with Santorum and Gingrich on Super Tuesday. So, expect this stuff to go on a while longer. [Inquirer]

Flyers Beat the Wings 3-2. Knock knock. That makes three straight for the good guys. In addition to the win, Flyers fans were treated to a gem of a post-game interview with goalie Ilya Bryzgalov. Shhhhh. [Crossing Broad]

Planning Commission Adopts Central Delaware Master Plan. The City Planning Commission unanimously voted to adopt the entire Master Plan for the Central Delaware Waterfront. It’s still a while off, but the idea of extended streets and linked parks sounds good to us. [Plan Philly]

Local Tattoo Artist Wins Ink Masters. Shane O’Neill is a UArts grad with tattoo shops in Middletown, Delaware and Willow Grove. O’Neill recently took home the top prize on Spike TV’s reality show for tattoo artists, Ink Masters. [Daily News]

DC Radio Station Launches #FUPhilly Campaign. Washington’s inferiority complex is irritating. In the latest installment of their “Please, please care about us a little” movement, DC fans are going to make videos for a local radio station explaining what “Forget you, Philly” means to them. [Crossing Broad]

Another School Bus in Philly. This theft occurred overnight in Southwest Philly. Apparently, someone stole a bus and crashed it into a parked car before bailing. [6 ABC]

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