Inky Names New Editor

Plus why you shouldn't plan to go wine kiosk-ing today, a possible Ponzi scheme in Marlton, a review of Adsum's Four Loko dinner and more of what Philly is talking about today

New Editor at Inky. Stan Wischnowski, who has been with the paper for more than 10 years and has been acting editor since October 8th, gets the job. [Inquirer]

Adsum’s Four Loko Pairing Dinner. A reviewer wants to give chef Matt Levin a James Beard award for the meal. Moroccan lamb sausage and peppers with Orange Blend Loko, anyone? [Washington Post]

Not So Bike-Friendly After All? Some two-wheeled activists fear the DRPA’s delays on the project to put a bike path on the Ben Franklin Bridge signal a future abandonment. [Bicycle Coalition]

Casino Plans Expansion. Parx Casino will spend $100 million building out over the next few years and add 400 jobs in the process. No word yet on whether these additional positions will include parking lot attendants, a.k.a. “babysitters.” [Business Journal]

New Museum Director Named. Charles Croce will be the head of the newly renovated Philadelphia History Museum, which you might know as the Atwater Kent. Or maybe not. They’re working on that. [Business Journal]

Marlton Investment Firm Accused of Madoff-ing. The NJ attorney general alleges that instead of delivering the 10 to 15 percent return it promised clients, Carr Miller Capital L.L.C. spent millions on luxury goodies. [Inquirer]

Wine Kiosk Fail. If you’re hoping to bypass PA state store lines this holiday week, you might have to make other plans. The PLCB took its grocery-store vending machines offline last night to fix some glitches. No word on when they’ll be back on. [Fox29]