Rich discussed a proposal in New York City that would mandate sodium labels on restaurant menus, Jerry Seinfeld worrying about political correctness’ effect on comedy, and the racial discrimination lawsuit at FOX 29.
Rich covered a New York Times story on Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s driving record, a video released yesterday of a police officer in McKinney Texas forcibly restraining a 15-year-old girl, and a man being prosecuted in Montana for hate speech for denying the Holocaust.
Chris Rock wrote, directed, and stars in this fitfully funny and focused-on-fame film as a recovering-alcoholic comedian trying to reinvent himself as a movie star.
It’s been 25 years since the popular TV show “Seinfeld” made its debut. Folks who grew up watching the sitcom say they can’t believe it’s been that long since the first episode aired.
David Brenner, the gangly, toothy-grinned “Tonight Show” favorite whose brand of observational comedy became a staple for other standup comedians, including Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Reiser, died Saturday. He was 78.
Chris discusses the diminished expectations of Barack Obama’s Presidency, MSNBC’s apology for a tweet, and previews the Super Bowl. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger, and Comedian Bob Marley.
Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t think people should boo at All-Star games, and takes a shot at Philadelphia.
Colin Quinn visits Talk Philly to talk about his one-man show, directed by Jerry Seinfeld, “Long Story Short.” For more information on the show, click here. Watch the video…
Onetime bartender Colin Quinn spent five years in the cast of TV’s popular “Saturday Night Live.”
Chris talks to Chris Butler about gas prices and oil speculation, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the Flyers and Sixers playoff battles, reviews Boeings battle with their union and wonders why the media is paying so much attention to the Royal Wedding.
Philadelphia’s newest museum – the National Museum of American Jewish History – celebrates its grand opening this weekend. Vice President Joe Biden was on hand Sunday for an official dedication.
The red carpet stretched out from the doors of Philadelphia’s newest museum, ready to welcome the stars of the evening on opening night.