A Philadelphia University student has taken a page out of the comic books — and decided to make his own Batman suit.
This week there’s pop star beef, divas, and a natural reaction to being booed onstage.
The ‘Super Run’ in Philadelphia is on Saturday, June 21st.
Chris reviews Health and Human Services Secretary’s visit to Philadelphia yesterday, Hillary Clinton’s political future, and the decision to make Ben Affleck the next Batman. He also talks to Climate Scientist Steve Goreham, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
There’s a new set of DVDs that might make a nice holiday gift.
Chris discusses the opening ceremonies of the Olympics, Newsweek calling Mitt Romney a wimp and he re-visits Friday’s interview with City Councilman Jim Kenney. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup and to Phillies Manager Charlie Manager one day ahead of the trading deadline.
Persons who only make our nation’s bad times worse by spewing ill-timed hate and prejudice ought to keep their microphones turned off.
Investigators are looking for clues to the motive behind a deadly shooting rampage Friday inside a Colorado movie theater, as the Denver suburb, shocked, grieved for the victims.
This threequel is a thoughtful and thought-provoking essay on modern-day morality, as well as a spectacular disaster epic, and a propulsive thriller with expert, dizzying action sequences.
‘Ice Age: Continental Drift’, the fourth entry in the popular animated franchise, earned an estimated and impressive $46-million in its debut, giving it an uncontested first-place finish.
Chris discusses the latest endorsements garnered by Mitt Romney and reviews the details from last night’s Bruce Springsteen concert. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday about the economic impact of a Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act and to Beasley Reece about expectations for this year’s Phillies team.
Alfred is not quite a personal assistant but he will help you make decisions.
Film director Christopher Nolan, who has helmed the two previous Batman films — starring Christian Bale as caped crime fighter and his alter ego, Bruce Wayne — said Tuesday the Pennsylvania city will host filming for a third film for at least a month.