Bradley Cooper’s New Philadelphia Movie

Find out when it's coming out. Plus: the Eagles are number six, the city helps a porno palace expand, and more of what Philly is talking about this morning

City to Help Porno Palace Expand. The zoning board signed off on expansion plans for The Forum on Market Street. Read creepy details about the place in this Philly Mag story. [Inquirer]

City Housing Chief Facing Foreclosure. Carl Greene, head of the Housing Authority, has had his $600,000-plus condo at Naval Square foreclosed on. Greene, who makes more than $300,000 per year, says it’s a dispute with the mortgage company. [Inquirer]

The Eagles Are Number Six! That’s where they fall in a survey of the most successful franchises in the NFL. The survey measured who wins the most and who makes the most dough. Cowboys finished first. Grrrr. [Business Journal]

What A Comeback. Phils were down seven runs in the eighth inning last night…and managed to win 10-9. Carlos Ruiz is God. [The 700 Level]

1441 Chestnut Street to Go on the Auction Block. That’s the site next to the Ritz tower, and it was supposed to be the home of a 58-story luxury hotel and condo. Recessions suck. [Wall Street Journal]

Bradley Cooper’s Movie Gets a Release Date. The Dark Fields, shot here in Philly, will come out on March 18. []

Rod Thorn Becomes Sixers New President. Yeah, that’ll help. [Daily News]