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Harry B. Cook's Blog – September 2007 Archive (6)

P1 Presents, Philadelphia's Longest Running Internet Television Show Seeks New Host!

Do you have an interest in journalism? Are you good with a camera? Has your mother always told you that you ought to be in pictures? Well ... here's your chance!

P1 Presents has been producing independent, at times smart and/or interesting and always entertaining and informative internet television on-demand since the turn of the century.

Programs have included Mary Tracy (SCRUB), Loree Jones (Current Managing Director of The City of Philadelphia), Nick Stuccio… Continue

Added by Harry B. Cook on September 19, 2007 at 11:45am — No Comments

Ed Goppelt Tells PA State Legislature Better Casino Sites Possible

Good government guru and publisher of, Ed Goppelt addressed the PA Legislature last tuesday regarding site locations for the proposed Foxwoods and Sugarhouse casinos.

Appearing before the House Gaming Oversight Committee he pressed that the committee release State Representative Babette Josephs' (Democrat, PA-182) House Bill 1477 for a floor vote. House Bill 1477 would prohibit a casino from being located within 1500 ft of a residence, church or… Continue

Added by Harry B. Cook on September 17, 2007 at 4:38pm — No Comments

Happy Constitution Day! Welcome to the new

The New, Merging the Functionality of Myspace & Youtube for the Local Market Relaunches on Constitution Day., your place in the city,, is a free local social networking site that aggregates content from all over the city and gives individuals and organizations the opportunity to meet friends, post videos, form groups, blog and showcase their individuality. With a focus on localism, we like to think of as your friendly… Continue

Added by Harry B. Cook on September 17, 2007 at 1:28pm — No Comments

The History of

In 1998, as a member of City Year of Greater Philadelphia, an AmeriCorps Organization, I created, with my team, a community newspaper afters school program at the West Philadelphia YMCA. A monthly publication, Village Voices, was written almost exclusively by Philadelphia Public School students, grades 5-12, living near the YMCA. By year's end, the program was selected as one of the best after school programs in the national YMCA network. I graduated from The George Washington University with a… Continue

Added by Harry B. Cook on September 14, 2007 at 2:33pm — No Comments

Ed Goppelt ( and others ejected from PA Gaming Control Board "public meeting."

(Photo: The Center City Weekly Press)

This battle is one that has pitted a very powerful, well financed and

often times intimidating force against the neighborhoods and voters of

this city.

A full 27,000 Philadelphians signed the petition for a proposed charter

change that would restrict the placement of casinos. While a court challenge ruled… Continue

Added by Harry B. Cook on September 13, 2007 at 10:23am — No Comments

Happy New Year & An Upcoming Event At The Penn Museum

Happy New Year to our Jewish community members. May this new year bring peace and prosperity to you and your families and the world in general. Here is a great upcoming event at the Penn Museum celebrating Japanese culture and I highly recommend that you check it out.



Added by Harry B. Cook on September 12, 2007 at 2:39pm — No Comments

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