Still Waiting on Announcement of Inquirer, Daily News Sale

Plus: Romney didn't endorse Santorum, Kimmel Center gets a Jose Garces tweak, everybody hates the Pens, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

Still Waiting on Announcement of Inky Sale. The details of the sale of Philadelphia Media Network to a group of investors led by Gerry Lenfest and George Norcross III for approximately $60 million is expected to be announced today. [Inquirer]

Mitt Romney Didn’t Endorse Santorum. A Forbes blogger tried to play an April Fool’s joke with a post stating that Romney had dropped out of the race and endorsed Santorum as the Republican candidate. It didn’t go over so well. [Washington Post]

Kimmel Center Renovations. Two public spaces at the Kimmel Center will get a face-lift when Jose Garces turns the gift shop into a restaurant and the roof of the Perelman Theater is rendered not-quite-so-blistering hot thanks to some new glass-and-steel structure. [Inquirer]

If You Don’t Already Hate the Penguins…Then you’d better learn to, quickly. The Flyers beat Pittsburgh in a brutal 6-4 Sunday matinee. The two teams see each other next weekend and probably for an entire playoff series after that. [Crossing Broad]

Christie in Israel. Now that he’s done live tweeting Springsteen concerts, Governor Chris Christie will be in Israel for a week (starting today) on a trade mission. []

Molotov Cocktail at West Philly Bar. Someone tried to blow up Seafood Factory and Bar at 52nd and Market yesterday. [NBC Philadelphia]

The Phils Return! The Phillies host the Pirates at Citizens Bank Park tonight for the first of two exhibition games before both teams head west to open the season on the other side of the state. [Phillies]