Inky Owners Sue Bart Blatstein

Plus: Composer blows Philadelphia Orchestra deadline, horrific child abuse exposed in Delaware and more of what the city’s chatting about this morning.

Interstate General Media Sues Bart Blatstein. The owners of the Inquirer say they deserve their security deposit back from the time period when they rented their old North Broad HQ from the developer. Surely their blacklight Pink Floyd posters didn’t ruin the walls? [Business Journal]

Camden on the Way to Laying Off Police Force. The plan is for law enforcement to be handled at the county level.  [Inquirer] The city broke its murder record already this year. [Newsworks]

You’re Giving an iTunes Gift Card for Office Secret Santa? Lame. A wealthy Kansas City guy calling himself “Secret Santa” handed out $100 bills in NJ and NY yesterday. He’s determined to hand out $100,000 worth of cash this way. [Philly.com]

If you’ve been anticipating hearing the Philadelphia Orchestra perform Osvaldo Golijov’s long-awaited violin concerto in January, you should know he blew his deadline. [LA Times]

Delaware Parents Facing Child Abuse Charges in “House of Horrors” Case. They were exposed when their clearly starved 12-year-old son showed up at a neighbor’s house. [6 ABC]