Sarah Palin Brings Cookies to Bucks County
Bill Green “Considering” Run for Mayor. After Sam Katz announced he wouldn’t run, the councilman said that he just might challenge Nutter in the Democratic primary next April. Tom Knox might run, too. Or he might support Green. Sit back and enjoy the show Philly. This will go on for months. [Daily News]
PETA Celebrates the Eagles.The animal protection activists ranked Lincoln Financial Field the number one vegetarian-friendly NFL stadium, pointing to the Linc’s offering of veggie burgers and veggie dogs. Wait. Did you say dogs? [PETA.org]
Philadelphia Museum of Art Starts Digging. Frank Gehry was in town yesterday to kick off the building expansion he designed. But the famous architect’s work won’t even be visible from the outside … the new stuff will all be hidden underground. The Scoop likens it to using fully clothed models for a Victoria’s Secret runway show. If the models were wearing underwear that cost $81 million. [USA Today, Business Journal]
Dr. J To Attend Spectrum Demolition. The date of destruction has been set, and celebs will be stopping by (sort of like a ribbon-cutting ceremony but with a wrecking ball?). Seems like just yesterday, er, more than a year ago that the final concert was held there. [6ABC] For our blogger Richard Rys’s report and slideshow on Saturday’s pre-demo, everything-must-go-including-the-folding-chairs sale at the facility, go here.
Sarah Palin Brings Cookies to Bucks County. Palin made a paid appearance at a Bucks County Christian school’s fundraiser last night where she blasted government involvement in banning sweets from schools. Palin announced, “I brought dozens and dozens of cookies. I had to shake it up for you guys.” So now she’s just going to try to bake her way to Washington? [6ABC, Philly.com]
Another Condo Auction. Get your cheap waterfront real estate … there’s going to be yet another fire sale of unsold condos, this time at Waterfront Square where a penthouse was last listed north of $2 million. [Business Journal]
Paterno Stadium at Penn State? Bill Conlin makes the case for PSU’s Beaver Stadium to be renamed after the everlasting football coach. (Or, possibly, just reminisces. One of those two.) [Daily News]