Stadium Vendors Cited for Health Violations

You might want to eat before you head to an Eagles game. Plus: The Phils are closing in, what happens when a pension fund gets DROPped, and more of what Philly's talking about this morning

Early Version of DROP Report Shows “Substantial” Cost Increase. We still won’t have hard numbers on DROP’s effect on the city’s pension fund until the official release next week, but one of the authors spilled the beans at an academic conference six months ago. [Inquirer]

Stadium Concessions Cited. A third of the food vendors at Lincoln Financial Field have been cited for critical health violations by the state Department of Agriculture; CBP and the former Wachovia Center aren’t exactly spotless either. [Metro]

The Braves Are Getting Nervous. At least, they’d better be — the Phils are just two and a half games back after an 11-inning, 3-2 win over the Diamondbacks. [Daily News]

Sestak Donates “Dirty Money” to Alex’s Lemonade Stand. After days of criticism from opponent Pat Toomey, the Sestak campaign decided that regifting $12,000 in contributions from U.S. Rep. Charlie Rangel — currently under fire for ethics violations — was “the right thing to do.” [Philly Clout]

There’s Nothing Like a 10-Year Lawsuit to Bring People Together. After a federal judge ruled last month that the city can’t evict the Boy Scouts of America from city-owned land for its anti-gay stance, both sides are finally sitting down to talk settlement. [Inquirer]

Now It’s Much Easier to Tweet How Late Your Plane Is. The airport is finally offering free wifi service every day of the week. [Winging It]