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Latest Philly Audio
“Dude, we need to do a show on street harassment.” That began a conversation between Alyson Rodriguez Orenstein and Amanda Sylvester of theater company Touch Me Philly Productions.
“One Man’s Trash” is a look at the trash picked up in Fairmount Park by just one person over the course of one year.
KYW Newsradio 1060–04/19/2015
Jeremy Rothman, the vice president of artistic planning for the Philadelphia Orchestra, shared an overview of Beethoven’s First, performed on May 8th and 9th at Verizon Hall.
Chief Economist Chris Butler of Butler, Lanz and Wagler spoke with Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning host Chris Stigall about saving for retirement and when the right time it is start thinking about it.
Former Senator On Releasing Classified Pages Of 9/11 Report: ‘The American People Deserve The Truth’
Former Florida Senator and member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Bob Graham, spoke out to call for the release of 28 classified pages in the 9/11 report that details a possible connection between Saudi Arabia and the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Coming up this month: two food-related fundraisers for worthy causes, and the reopening of the “Independence Beer Garden,” at 6th and Market.
KYW Newsradio 1060–04/16/2015
Congressman Fitzpatrick Calls For ‘Cleaning House’ Of Certain Positions At VA Office In Philadelphia
In wake of a report from the Inspector General at the Department of Veterans Affairs that detailed corruption and abuse, Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick called for new leadership at the office in Philadelphia.
For nine days, beginning April 24, budding scientists of all ages will have the chance to discover the science happening across the region at The Franklin Institute’s fifth annual Philadelphia Science Festival.
The Union picked up a last-minute win, 2-1, at PPL Park. The same two teams will battle next at Yankee Stadium.
KYW Newsradio 1060–04/15/2015
Adam Goodheart, author of 1861: The Civil War Awakening, addressed the plot to kill President Abraham Lincoln on the 150th anniversary of his assassination at the hands of John Wilkes Booth.
Dimitri Pittas, who plays Don Carlo, shared more information on the production.
Our longtime colleague and friend Tony Hanson is retiring today, ending a storied, 37-year career at KYW Newsradio. Listen to our on-air tribute to this legendary reporter.
KYW Newsradio 1060–04/10/2015
Everyone’s favorite colorful building toys take center stage April 25th and 26th at Brick Fest Live.
Dr. Michael Smith, Associate Professor of Communication at La Salle University, addressed DirecTV’s decision to end its advertising campaign featuring actor Rob Lowe after complaints leveled by Comcast.