Don’t Touch Mayor Nutter’s Playlist

Plus: The Eagles extend LeSean McCoy, Comcast will charge you for using too much Internet, President Obama heads to Camp David, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Don’t Touch Mayor Nutter’s Playlist. Today, the Daily News has a feature on Mayor Nutter’s current and former personal assistants. The piece is full of gems about how the Mayor listens to Barbra Streisand, and was told, “It’s hammertime” when he was supposed to meet with MC Hammer. The moral of the story though, is that you don’t mess with Mayor Nutter’s playlist. [Daily News]

Eagles Extend LeSean McCoy. What does it cost to re-up your franchise’s star running back for five years? Well, it costs $45 million, with nearly $21 million of that guaranteed. It sounds like a lot, but we’re just happy we can stop worrying about it. [Yahoo!]

Comcast Ditches Data Cap. Instead, they’re just going to charge you for using too much of the Internet. [Inquirer]

President Obama Heads to Camp David. This weekend, President Barack Obama will host the G-8 Summit at Camp David. The event marks the first time that more than two foreign heads of state have been there at the same time. [CBS News]

Motorcyclist Survives 75-Foot Fall. Early this morning a man in his 30s lost control of his motorcycle and was thrown off the ramp from westbound I-76 to northbound Route 1 in East Falls. He fell over the edge of the twin bridges and into a ravine 75 feet below. He’s at Albert Einstein Medical Center with serious injuries. [6 ABC]

Phillies Hold Off the Cubbies. Don’t scare us like that. Seriously, we can’t take much more of that kind of thing. The Phils gave up four runs in the bottom of the ninth before Papelbon could stop the bleeding and slam the door shut to secure an 8-7 victory. [Phillies]