Eagles Fire Defensive Line Coach

Plus: Society Hill's Ritz Five Theater could be torn down, Brad Lidge to retire, and more of what Philly is chatting about this morning.

Eagles Fire Defensive Line Coach Jim Washburn. The team made the announcement Monday morning, on the heels of another loss Sunday night to the Cowboys, 38-33. Philly Mag’s Eagles blog Birds 24/7 has complete game and personnel analysis.

Wine, a Movie and Bed at Ritz Five? It’s early days but a Philly developer could work with Landmark Theater to tear down the Ritz Five Theater and replace it with a higher building offering residential apartments above a modern theater that serves alcohol. [Plan Philly]

City Council President Darrell Clarke Thinks He Can Solve the Urban Parking Riddle. His proposed measure will force developers of student housing near Temple to include off-street parking. [CBS 3]

Why Romney Lost PA: Delco and Montco. This New York Times piece looks at PA’s blue status and why the GOP presidential candidate lost in the Keystone State.

When it comes to presidential politics in Pennsylvania, Republicans are like the comic strip character Charlie Brown, who prepares to kick a football, only to have it pulled back every time by his pal Lucy.

Future Entrepreneurs at Temple and Philadelphia Universities, Here’s Your Startup Cash. Investment firm Blackstone is donating $3 million to both schools in hopes of helping get 100 projects dreamed up by student entrepreneurs off the ground in the next five years. [Newsworks]

The fiscal cliff didn’t get resolved while you were trying not to look over the weekend. [Washington Post]

“Right now, I would say we’re nowhere, period. We’re nowhere,” House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) said on Fox News Sunday. … “I think we’re going over the cliff,” Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) said on CBS’s Face the Nation.

Skip the Fiscal Cliff and Proceed Directly to Election 2016. New Yorker editor David Remnick says Hillary Clinton is running for president.

Brad Lidge Plans to Retire. [Fox 29]