D.A. To Review Every D.U.I. Case By Hand

Plus "Jersey Shore" girl parties in RitHo, the $1.5 million Spectrum seats, Flyers deemed "punchless," a dead Mumia lawyer (no, Mumia didn't kill him) and more of what Philly's talking about

DUI Cases a D.A.’s Nightmare. The District Attorney’s office announced that it will review thousands of DUI arrests that may have been affected by the improperly calibrated Breathalyzers. And that it will do so by hand. [CBS 3]

Northern Liberties Grows. According to the latest Census figures, two well-publicized murders have not deterred immigration. [Daily News]

Spectrum Seats Yield $1.5 Million. Because they don’t get enough of your money in the form of overpriced beer and Super Pretzels, Comcast-Spectacor has announced their earnings from selling off pieces of the demolished Spectrum. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

The Boston Globe Discovers Kurt Vile. A flattering profile of the Fishtown musician appears in today’s issue. [Boston Globe]

You Know You’re Too Old To Drive When … A 68-year old woman drove south on 309 for about five miles. Trouble is, she was in the northbound lanes. Caught on video. [NBC 10]

Mumia Lawyer Dead At 77. Controversial criminal defense attorney (aren’t they all?) Leonard Wineglass, whose clients included Angela Davis, Abbie Hoffman, and Mumia Abu-Jamal, loses battle with pancreatic cancer. [LA Times]

Toby Keith May Or May Not Be Coming To Old City. O.C. neighbors and Councilman Frank DiCicco debate a proposed hotel complex at 401 Race Street that could feature a chain restaurant owned by the country singer. [Plan Philly]

Swim Club Gets Staffed. Arrow Swim Club—the $1,000-per-season Nicole Cashman/Bart Blatstein hole-in-the-ground in Northern Liberties—has announced some hires, including a GM from Starr, fashionista Sarah Van Aken, and 611’s Nigel Richards. [City Paper]

Flyers Lose Second Shootout In A Row. While the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette proclaims the Penguins’ playoff performance last night “amazing,” the Inquirer calls out Flyers as “punchless” after our team’s loss to them in South Philadelphia. [Inquirer]

Armed Civilian Attempts Bank Robber Arrest In Bristol. When you decide to rob a bank with a knife, you should probably be sure that the guy next to you isn’t carrying a gun, especially not a “really wild-looking gun.” [Philly Burbs]

J-WOWW on Walnut. While you were sleeping, the spray-tanned “Jersey Shore” star hit Whisper, the late night bottle-service den in Rittenhouse f/k/a Denim. What? Couldn’t afford Snooki? [Inquirer]

Pennsylvania Courts Collect $480 Million. The Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts announced that the courts saw $480 million in restitution, fees and fines in 2010, a 4.3 percent jump from 2009. [Centre Daily Times]