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Concert Review/Setlist: Primus and the Chocolate Factory at the Tower Theater, Upper Darby, 10/22/14
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/23/14 3:42 am | updated: 10/23/14 4:01 am
On Tuesday, October 21st, Primus released their 8th studio album Primus & the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble. This is their first release featuring the band's original lineup of frontman/bassist Les Claypool, guitarist Larry Lalonde and drummer Tim 'Herb' Alexander since Tales From the Punchbowl in 1995. The album is "a twisted re-imaging of the 1971 classic" and was dedicated to "the wondrous talent of Gene Wilder." Of course they are referring to the 1971 cult classic... Read More

City Ave Crash Kills Man; Cop Charged With Stalking Wife; Pennsylvania Ebola Monitoring
  by: SWest - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/22/14 11:24 pm | updated: 10/22/14 11:24 pm
A man died early yesterday morning in a one car crash on City Avenue at about 6:30 AM. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash, which occurred at about 4:20 AM. The crash destroyed the vehicle and ejected the man from the car. He was rushed to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where he later passed away.

Former Delaware County police officer was found guilty yesterday of stalking his wife. Jack Parker, who had previously held two women hostage... Read More
Philadelphia Vacant Buildings Bill, Taj Mahal Open Through November, PHL Ebola Concerns
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/22/14 10:47 pm | updated: 10/22/14 10:47 pm
A city council committee has signed off on a sweeping overhaul of how Philadelphia handles large vacant buildings. The changes were spurred by the deaths of firefighters Robert Neary and Daniel Sweeney in April 2012 battling a blaze that had begun in a vacant warehouse. Among the changes called for in the bill are better systems to make sure the large vacant properties are secured and inspected with information on the properties readily available in a database. The bill now goes to the full... Read More
CDC To Track Travelers from West Africa; NBA Votes Against Lottery Reform; Arrest in NJ Toe-Squeezer
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/22/14 5:42 pm | updated: 10/22/14 5:42 pm
The CDC announced today that it will start tracking everyone entering the U.S. from Ebola-stricken nations. Those people will be monitored for symptoms of the disease for 21 days. This includes American aid workers, federal health employees and journalists, and West African visitors. 70% of people that arrive from Liberia, Sierra Leone and New Guinea enter in one of six states including Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The program will start on Monday in those states and extend to cover all... Read More
Tim Hauser, Manhattan Transfer - A Memorial
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/22/14 3:48 pm | updated: 10/22/14 3:48 pm
Tim Hauser, founder of internationally acclaimed recording group, Manhattan Transfer passed away suddenly on October 16, 2014. Tim Hauser was forever connected to Philadelphia via Villanova University during his college days here from 1959 to 1963. Very special friend of iRadioPhilly and Tim Hauser, Paula Iacovelli Wholey remembers the man and his career.

Tim Hauser - (December 12, 1941 - October 16, 2014)
By Paula Iacovelli Wholey

What defines a legend in... Read More

Malala Yousafzai Receives Liberty Medal; Delaware County Restoration Funding; Corbett Victim Bill
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/22/14 7:21 am | updated: 10/22/14 7:21 am
She is the youngest person to receive Philadelphia's Liberty Medal and the Nobel. Yesterday, 17 year old Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai (pictured-Inquirer), the girl who stood up against the Taliban, received the Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center. She began her activism 6 years ago by writing about living under the Taliban rule. A Taliban gunman shot her in the head while she was returning from school because of her support for gender equality and education for... Read More

  by: JoeS - Springfield, PA
started: 10/22/14 6:23 am | updated: 10/22/14 6:23 am

Led Zeppelin---Led Zeppelin II---1069
Kiss---Hotter Than Hell---1974
Elton John---Blue Moves---1976
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band---Night Moves---1076
Led Zeppelin---The Song Remains The Same---1976
The Cure---Concert: The Cure Live---1984
Paul McCartney---Give My Regards to Broad Street---1984
Ozzy Osbourne---No Rest For The Wicked---1988
Pet... Read More

WoofTrax Dog Walking App, Corbett Dropped From NCAA Lawsuit, Pocono Schools Open Today
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/21/14 10:28 pm | updated: 10/21/14 10:28 pm
Take your dog for a walk, and help other dogs with every step. Dog owners have been downloading the FREE new app and it tracks their walk. The FREE app is called "WoofTrax – Walk for a Dog." The more you use it, the more money goes to an animal shelter or rescue group of your choice. WoofTrax donates money it gets from sponsors and advertisements. It tracks usage by how many walks you take, not by distance. So far, the app has donated $10,000 to shelters nationwide.

The... Read More
Ebola Preparation; Local Celebrity Dirt Bike Rider Funeral; Guilty Plea in Main Line Drug Ring
  by: darceypaulding - Schwenksville, PA
started: 10/21/14 8:45 pm | updated: 10/21/14 8:45 pm
Colleges and universities in the Philadelphia are preparing for the possibility of an Ebola outbreak. Health centers of campuses across the region, including the University of Pennsylvania, are training their health center workers to monitor any arriving international students. Villanova and West Chester University have also prepared an Ebola action plan.

A service was held yesterday for the death of Kyrell Tyler, a local celebrity for stunt dirtbike riding. On October 14,... Read More
Concert Review/Setlist: St. Paul and The Broken Bones / Drive-By Truckers at Electric Factory 10/18
  by: JoeS - Springfield, PA
started: 10/21/14 6:54 pm | updated: 10/21/14 6:56 pm
This is another concert where I went to see the opening act and found another band to follow. I first heard St. Paul & The Broken Bones on the radio and thought, WOW!!! 70's soul music!!! Went to the web to witness them performing... another WOW!!! Purchased the album about a moth ago then bought tickets for the concert. Saturday night was a storm of Soul and Southern Rock unleashed by two very big bands! They both captivated, pulverized, imploded and then mesmerized an audience of old and... Read More

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