Without Stimulus, Unemployment Would Be at 16%

So says a Pennsylvania research group. Plus: Hank and Kendra celebrate, R. Diddy's top 5 Eagles coaches ever, and more of what Philly is talking about this morning

Who Is John Estey? And why did the Ballard Spahr lawyer seem to be at the center of every controversy in Philly this summer? The Inquirer goes deep. [Inquirer]

Gene Epstein for President! A local millionaire philanthropist has an ingenius idea for jumpstarting the economy: Get 10% of small businesses to hire just one person. Best part: He’s willing to give incentives to do it. [6abc]

Is Manan Trivedi Playing the Race Card? That’s what his opponent for Congress, Jim Gerlach, says. Trivedi has been going after support from Indian-American groups. Probably because he’s, um, Indian-American. [NY Times]

The Top 5 Eagles Coaches of All Time. Ray Didinger weighs in with his own rankings. Where did Big Red fall? Not first. [CSN Philly]

Keystone Research Center: Unemployment Would Be at 14% Without the Stimulus. And it would be 16% in Pennsylvania, says the group. [Business Journal]

Hank, Kendra, Barkley and Perrier All Eat Dinner In Philly. But not together. Baskett and Kendra were celebrating his 28th birthday (and probably the fact that he didn’t get cut by the Eagles) at Davio’s. Charles and Georges were at Del Frisco’s. [Philly.com]