On the day he dedicated the capitol in 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed it be “the handsomest building” he had ever seen. Jason Wilson, Historian for the Capitol Preservation Committee, takes viewers on a tour of the awe-inspiring murals, paintings, and stained glass windows that adorn the capitol’s walls.
In 1851, fifteen wealthy New Yorkers wanted to show a group of Philadelphia friends just how impressive a meal could be and took them to Delmonico’s, New York’s finest restaurant. They asked Lorenzo Delmonico to “astonish our Quaker City friends with the sumptuousness of our feast,” and assured him that money was no object, as […]
Angela Couloumbis, state government reporter of the Philadelphia Inquirer, joins us on Monday morning to discuss Governor’s budget address on February 7th, and issues like child sexual abuse legislation and the consolidation of state agencies. Joining us over the phone will be Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa and House Majority Leader Dave Reed to talk […]