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Philly Feed 129 - Philly Gossip

Fri, 25 Jan 2008 12:01:00 EST

On our 129th podcast we talk gossip with Dan Gross, whose blog launched two months ago and has already taken Philadelphia by storm. Dan talks about how he got his start with Stu Bykofsky, where he gets his tips, and the recent polygraph test he had to take on video. On Sports Spotlight, Josh and Pat cover a potpourri of topics in anticipation of the Super Bowl next week. NOTE: PhillyFeed returns on Feb. 8th.

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Philly Feed 128 - Peace through Music

Fri, 18 Jan 2008 12:01:00 EST

Peace Through Music is the theme of our 128th podcast, featuring a chat with Michael Tozzi of WJJZ, which has partnered with the Philadelphia Soul on a program of that name in an attempt to spread diversity and tolerance throughout the region. On Sports Spotlight, Josh and Pat assess the NFL matchups and wonder whether the Phillies will do the right thing .

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Philly Feed 127 - Matt Titus

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 12:01:00 EST

On our 127th podcast, we talk with matchmaking expert Matt Titus, who explains how women can avoid falling prey to the kind of guy he used to be. On Sports Spotlight, Josh and Pat share their 2008 wish list for Philadelphia teams and sports personalities.

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Philly Feed 126 - Cyber Charter School and 2007 Recap

Fri, 21 Dec 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 126th podcast, Jenice interviews Ron Hall and Michele Fecht from Pennsylvania Cyber Charter school about a novel public institution that is appealing to more and more students statewide and in Philly. Then Vance hits some of the highlights from PhillyFeed in 2007, and Pat introduces Kerith Gabriel on the Sports Spotlight for the vacationing Josh Barnett. PhillyFeed returns in January.

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Philly Feed 125 - Holiday Shopping Secrets

Fri, 14 Dec 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 125th podcast, Jenice and Vance are joined by DN features writer Becky Batcha to hear highlights from her audio walking tour of Center City checking out already wrapped gifts. Then Josh and Pat get a first look at the Mitchell Report and discuss the Philadelphia fallout, while pointedly ignoring the Eagles game vs. Dallas.

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Philly Feed 124 - The Bonnie and Clyde Book

Fri, 07 Dec 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 124th podcast, Jenice and Vance chat with Jessica Dorfman Jones, who wrote a book found among the effects of the socalled Bonnie and Clyde of ID Theft, Jocelyn Kirsch and Edward Anderton. While it is called The Art of Cheating, the author explains how its tips were not meant to be taken as serious advice for wouldbe grifters. Then on Sports Spotlight Josh and Pat check out college hoops before offering a passing glance to the matchup of the Eagles and Giants.

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Philly Feed 123 - New music for the Holidays

Fri, 30 Nov 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 123rd podcast, Jonathan Takiff returns to the mic to share his favorite tracks from the crop of new holiday music for 2007, including K.T. Tunstall, the Smithereens and the Staple Singers as well as some truly oddball, one of a kind stuff. Then Josh and Pat look at Missouri v. Oklahoma and assess the college football field before tackling the Eagles chances against the Seahawks.

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Philly Feed 122 - Holidays of gratitude

Fri, 16 Nov 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 122nd podcast, a bonus length show to tide you over Thanksgiving weekend we welcome back Flavia Colgan of the Daily News editorial board and the media landscape at large. Flavia talks about how citizens need to take the revitalization of Philly into their own hands rather than waiting for Michael Nutter to do it for them, and shares what she thinks our town should be thankful for. On the Sports Spotlight, Josh and Pat caution the Eagles against looking past the 0-6 Dolphins to the Patriots and Pat makes his high school predictions for Thanksgiving day. Philly Feed returns Nov. 30.

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Philly Feed 121 - First Person Festival 2007

Fri, 09 Nov 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 121st podcast we talk with Vicki Solot, founder of the First Person Festival, about the arts of memoir and documentary and how much poetic license so called real stories should be allowed. Ronnie relates an outrage over drunk driving, and Josh and Pat examine the Phillies trades, with a passing glance at this weekends Eagles game.

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Philly Feed 120 - The Election Day that Almost Wasnt

Fri, 02 Nov 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 120th podcast we get ready to vote on Tuesday, as Gar Joseph and Catherine Lucey start a discussion on the mayoral election that veers into critiquing the Democratic debate here in Philly last Tuesday. Ronnie tells readers to get their own voices into the paper, and Josh and Pat look at the big football Sunday with the Pats Colts and then Eagles Cowboys games.

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Philly Feed 119 - Derrell Lawrence

Fri, 26 Oct 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 119th podcast Jenice interviews Derrell Lawrence, whose award winning independent film Life Isnt Fair will be screened at the Pearl theater for two weeks in November. Lawrence discusses how he turned from a life of street crime to become an actor and director. Ronnie has a sad funeral situation and Josh and Pat spend most of the Sports Spotlight on college football action, with a cursory nod to that pro team in town that also has a game.

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Philly Feed 118 - Street View Philly

Fri, 19 Oct 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 118th podcast we get the lowdown on Google Street View in Philadelphia from Googles own Stephen Chau. Stephen explains how the network, allowing you to navigate through a virtual Philly, was created, what they are planning next, and why a huge swath of the city from Manayunk to Chestnut Hill is missing. Ronnie explains the tale of the shrinkwrapped bed, and Josh and Pat like the Eagles chances against the Bears.

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Philly Feed 117 - Faith and Hope

Fri, 12 Oct 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 117th podcast Jenice interviews sisters Bonnie Scalfaro and Jeanette Caligiuri, both of whose lives have been touched by breast cancer, and who have opened a store in Abington dedicated to the needs of breast cancer survivors, family and friends. Ronnie has a tale of a school bus fender bender gone wrong, and Josh chats with Ed Barkowitz about the football season through the eyes of fantasy franchises. .

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Philly Feed 116 - Food Safety

Fri, 05 Oct 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 116th podcast we hear from one of the foremost food safety and public health experts in the country, Dr. Michael Greger, about the massive 21 million pound beef recall that has sickened people in eight states. Greger discusses the class action lawsuit that has been filed against the producers and why the USDA waited most of September to tell the public. Ronnie relates a tale of Phillies fans, good and bad, and on Sports Spotlight Josh and Pat take a hard look at the Phillies playoff chances given their postseason play so far.

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Philly Feed 115 - Domestic Abuse October

Fri, 28 Sep 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 115th podcast we observe the start of Domestic Abuse Awareness Month on Monday in an interview with bestselling author Brenda L. Thomas about her experiences as a domestic abuse survivor and her struggles to get her story out through fiction and now in a new memoir. Ronnie has a story coming at the topic from another angle. And on Sports Spotlight, Josh and Pat consider the ramifications of the Phillies and their bid to crash the playoffs.

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Philly Feed 114 - Public Access TV, Finally

Fri, 21 Sep 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 114th podcast we celebrate the imminent arrival of public access television in Philadelphia after a wait of a quarter century. Gretjen Clausing, who worked on the negotiations with the city and Comcast, brings us the inside story and tells how people can get their shows on TV. Ronnie fails to stop a mother from beating her child in So What Happened Was, and on the Sports Spotlight, Josh and Pat turn fashion critic as they evaluate the Eagles throwback uniforms as well as the Flyers new practice jerseys.

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Philly Feed 113 - Doo-Wop in Philadelphia

Fri, 14 Sep 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 113th podcast we chat with DooWop legend Caesar Berry of The Tymes, who will be headlining the Philadelphia DooWop Festival this weekend. We also check back in with Howard Gensler for an update from Toronto, and on the sports spotlight Pat offers his impressions from his first Eagles away game, last week at Lambeau field.

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Philly Feed 112 - Toronto International Film Festival

Fri, 07 Sep 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 112th podcast we check in with Tattle columnist and movie reporter Howard Gensler on his first full day at the Toronto International Film Festival, from which he is reporting all next week, offering an advance look at some of the movies with buzz that will be showing up in Philly later this fall. On the Sports Spotlight, Josh and Pat break down the Eagles prospects section by section and Pat reiterates how pitiful the Giants are sure to be.

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Philly Feed 111 - American Idol in Philly

Fri, 31 Aug 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 111th podcast we welcome back the inimitable Jonathan Takiff to report on the crazy scene at the American Idol tryouts, as we await the appearance of the celebrity judges here this weekend. Takiff reports on a mother ignoring a summons to shepherd her daughter, singers who had to throw away their guitars before entering the facility, and why infamous Rittenhouse Square singer Anthony Riley bailed out at the very last minute. Ronnie offers her seven levels of dressiness, and Josh chats with Mike Kern about the opening weekend for college football.

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Philly Feed 110 - Raising men, not hell

Fri, 24 Aug 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 110th podcast follows up on a profile of Mister Mann Frisby and his work with his Phatback Athletics mentoring program. We talk with Mister and hear from two of the young men to whom he became much more than a track coach. Ronnie also addresses the development of young men, in this case one with a skateboard, and Josh and Pat resign themselves to a Phillies quest for the wild card as their division odds grow ever longer.

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Philly Feed 109

Fri, 10 Aug 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 109th podcast examines the dogfighting controversy spurred by the indictment of Michael Vick, with facts about dogfighting in the Delaware Valley and an interview with Tara Derby of the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, which takes in abused pit bulls and has to decide which can be rehabilitated as pets. Ronnie has a So What Happened Was about trying to reobtain a driving license after a DUI, and Paul and Josh look at the Phillies chances in the division pennant run. NOTE PhillyFeed returns August 24th.

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Philly Feed 108

Fri, 03 Aug 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 108th podcast looks at the relatively new phenomenon of car sharing, via an interview with Clayton Lane, one of the founders of PhillyCarShare, which allows Philadelphians to rent cars by the hour all over the city. Ronnie has a So What Happened Was about crazy employment woes, and Josh is joined by Paul Vigna for a kind of potpourri Sports Spotlight.

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Philly Feed 107

Fri, 20 Jul 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 107th podcast is a superstuffed edition as PhillyFeed will be on vacation next week, returning Aug. 3rd. Our main story is the attempted revoking of The Curse of William Penn by the builders of the Comcast Tower, by putting a miniature Penn statue atop the new tallest building in Philadelphia. We talk to passersby near the Tower to gauge the popular support for this strategy, and happen across one of the most quotable experts in the whole city. Then we bring back Mikaelyn Austin, director of The Curse of William Penn, for her assessment of the prospects of this strategy, as well as a check in on her latest work. Ronnie has a So What Happened Was about birthday cards from someone she has never met, and Ellen Gray files another dispatch from Hollywood on the Emmy nominations and upcoming TV shows. Then on Sports Spotlight Josh and Pat discuss Michael Vick and the upcoming Bernard Hopkins comeback fight.

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Philly Feed 106

Fri, 13 Jul 2007 12:01:00 EST

On our 106th podcast we check back in with Ellen Gray, DN television critic and PhillyFeed TV correspondent, as she reports in from the Press Tour in Hollywood about the shows for next season and the sometimes wacky efforts of the networks and cable stations to promote them. Ronnie has a So What Happened Was about a hairdresser who is having a ball, and Josh and Pat play Will They Or Wont They regarding the second half of the Phillies season.

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Philly Feed 105

Fri, 06 Jul 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 105th podcast previews Live Earth, the 7/7/07 global concert series to raise awareness of global warming. We talk with Kevin Wall, the founder of Live Earch, who also produced Live 8 here in Philly, about the goals and the scope of this project. Then on Sports Spotlight Ed Barkowitz joins Pat for a discussion of the Phillies and the Soul.

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Philly Feed 104

Fri, 29 Jun 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 104th podcast celebrates our nation's birthday with a look its three branches of government and the, uh, controversy over how those are balanced, in a conversation with Glenn Greenwald, bestselling author of A Tragic Legacy, about the worldview of the current administration. Ronnie checks in with her own independence related story for So What Happened Was, and Pat McLoone is joined by Bob Cooney for the Sports Spotlight. .

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Philly Feed 103

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 103rd podcast looks at the comeback of the trolley car, taking off from a DN story by Stephanie Farr, who joins Joel Spivak, former head of the Philadelphia Trolley Coalition, to talk about the chances for a streetcar friendly Philadelphia. Then Ronnie talks about ugly custody battles on So What Happened Was, and Josh and Pat continue trying to puzzle out the enigmatic 2007 Phillies.

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Philly Feed 102

Fri, 15 Jun 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 102nd podcast features former Philly guy Neal Pollack, celebrated satirical writer and author of Alternadad, just in time for Fathers Day. We also have DN columnist Jill Porter in to explain why the jury that acquitted Jeffery Marsalis of rape may have had a distorted picture of his victims, thanks to a law unique to Pennsylvania. And on Sports Spotlight, Josh and Pat discuss the consistently inconsistent Phils, with Pat offering a rare tip of the day for ticket buyers.

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Philly Feed 101

Fri, 08 Jun 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 101st podcast looks at the Bike Race from the twin perspectives of biking and beerdrinking, with columnist Don Russell explaining why the two are perfect together. Ronnie Polaneczky delivers the first installment of So What Happened Was, and Josh and Pat offer their predictions on every contest coming up this weekend, including the finale of The Sopranos. Also, Jenice has some choice words for those slamming American Idol Jordin for being overweight.

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Philly Feed 100

Fri, 25 May 2007 12:01:00 EST

Our 100th podcast is something of a celebratory extravaganza, looking back to the beginnings of PhillyFeed as well as ahead to new directions, including the installation of new cohost Jenice Armstrong as Ellen Gray moves to television correspondent. Ellen and Jon Takiff analyze the outcome of American Idol and Gary Thompson offers his overview of the summer movie season. Ronnie Polaneczky introduces a new PhillyFeed feature, So What Happened Was. Then Pat is joined by Ed Barkowitz for the Sports Spotlight. NOTE that after this doublewide show PhillyFeed will be taking a one week break and will return on June 7.

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