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Mike DeNardo

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Mike:

Broadway’s Hit ‘Hamilton’ Is Coming To Philly; Ticket Packages On Sale Now

Ticket packages that include the show went on sale Friday morning. → Read More

Kenney Expected To Receive More Than 2 Dozen Names For School Board

Kenney says he'll probably make those selections sooner rather than later. → Read More

Eagles Center Jason Kelce Plays Sax With Philly High School Jazz Band

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce got attention for his impassioned and profane speech after the team's Super Bowl parade, but he's now communicating through music. → Read More

Seeking Change: Rule Keeps Student Off The Court For Not Removing Hijab

It happened Friday after a basketball referee refused to let a 16-year-old Mastery Shoemaker student play, unless she took off her hijab. → Read More

Philadelphia’s DA Office Enacts New Policy On Marijuana «

District Attorney Larry Krasner has a new policy on pot. → Read More

Philadelphia Auto Show Kicks Off Saturday

If you need a diversion from Super Bowl hype, you might want to steer toward the Philadelphia Auto Show, which opens Saturday at the Convention Center. → Read More

Lucky Eagles Season Ticket Holders Getting Super Bowl Tickets

The Eagles emailed season ticket holders to let them know whether they'd won the opportunity to buy tickets to the Super Bowl in Minneapolis. → Read More

Experts Offer Advice To Fans Traveling To Minneapolis For Super Bowl

Eagles fans are scrambling to plan their Super Bowl pilgrimages to Minneapolis. → Read More

Meryl Levitz Steps Down As CEO Position At Visit Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The longtime founding president of Philadelphia’s leisure tourism agency is stepping aside. After 40 years of promoting Philadelphia, Meryl Levitz says the time has come to retire as CEO of Visit Philadelphia, the tourism booster she founded in 1996. “I have a really good inner clock. And a couple of chimes went off,” she said. Levitz, who’s battling a cold, says those… → Read More

Activists Want Philadelphia School Board Nominees Meeting Open To Public

The mayor's nominating panel has the job of providing him 27 names, from which he'll appoint nine to the new local school board. → Read More

Gov. Wolf Taking Steps To Expand Who Gets Overtime Pay In Pennsylvania

Governor Wolf is taking steps to make sure that more salaried workers are eligible for overtime pay. → Read More

Timeline Set For Formation Of Board To Control Philadelphia’s Schools «

Mayor Jim Kenney has unveiled the names of the 13 people who will give him a list of nominees for a local school board. → Read More

Crews Loading Thousands Of Fireworks Shells In Bitter Cold Ahead Of New Year's Eve

In 20-degree weather, a dozen workers from the fireworks firm Pyrotecnico unloaded explosives from rental trucks and arranged and wired them on barges at the Navy Yard. → Read More

Pennsylvania Signs Off On Dissolution Of School Reform Commission

It is official -- Philadelphia schools will return to local control next July, now that the state education secretary has approved the School Reform Commission's vote last month to abolish itself. → Read More

Longtime Radio Adman Dick Orkin Dies At 84

Irv Stein never met Dick Orkin, but from the 1980s until 2010, Orkin's voice helped to put Stein's business, Keystone Motors, on the map. → Read More

South Philadelphia Residents Demanding Safety Changes After Elderly Woman Fatally Struck By Car

About a dozen people demonstrated at 24th Street and Washington Avenue on Tuesday morning. → Read More

Book About A Tomato Is Teaching Children Tolerance

Some Cobbs Creek fourth-graders are now published authors, thanks to their winning entry on the subject of tolerance. → Read More

Billy Penn Statue Placed Atop New Comcast Tower To Help Eagles Avoid ‘Curse’

Construction crews working on the new Comcast tower topped it off ahead of schedule so they wouldn't risk reviving "The Curse of Billy Penn." → Read More

Police: Charred Body Found Atop SEPTA Train

Philadelphia Police say a charred body was found on top of a SEPTA Regional Rail train Friday morning in Center City. → Read More

Philadelphia Charter School Receives National Honor, Mayoral Visit

Students at the MaST Charter wore blue ribbons to mark the school's Blue Ribbon award from the U.S. Education Department. → Read More