The mission of the Rendell Center is to promote civic education and engagement.
Jack, Bobby and Ted Kennedy kicked around the idea of buying the Philadelphia Eagles in 1962, according to the series “The Untold NFL History of That Day in Dallas.”
Transportation funding was one of Rendell’s biggest initiatives and biggest frustrations during his eight years as governor.
Chris discusses the latest Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare and the Phillies decision to formally hire Ryne Sandberg as their Manager. He talks to new CBS 3 News Anchor Jessica Dean, Phillies Broadcaster Larry Andersen, Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup, and Melissa Maerz from Entertainment Weekly.
Chris discusses the latest efforts in the House of Representatives to defund Obamacare, Baltimore Ravens Quarterback Joe Flacco’s decision to play a game instead of attending the birth of his child and the CEO of Starbucks request that customers not bring guns into their franchises. He also talks to WIP’s Howard Eskin to preview tonight’s Eagles game against Andy Reid and the Chiefs.
“Our outdated infrastructure is rated with a D+ grade,” said National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) president and CEO Jay Timmons.
Governor Corbett’s poll numbers are so bad that you might question the sanity of political insiders who say “don’t count him out.” But if that’s the case, you can call former Governor Ed Rendell crazy.
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.
Hillary Clinton — said to be considering another Presidential run in 2016 — will be in town next month, and then will return twice in November.
Two former heads of Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections offered differing views on whether L&I has lost sight of public safety.
Point to a problem, even add a picture, and the app fires off a note to your man or woman in Washington.
Arthur Makadon, one of Philadelphia’s top behind-the-scenes power brokers and the former head of one of the city’s most powerful law firms, has died.
Chris details the restraining order issued that could provide a lung for a Newtown Square girl in need of a transplant and the collapse of a building yesterday in Center City. He talks to Senator Pat Toomey and hosts a debate between Katrina Anderson of the Commonwealth Foundation and Wendell Young of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union on the privatization of Pennsylvania’s state owned liquor stores.
Septa general manager Joe Casey says the transit agency need about $5 billion in repairs and upgrades.
The Conference opens on Friday and has a focus on the future of the craft.