Apparently the last debate got a bit feisty. It takes a lot to make a crowd gasp, although perhaps less to bring two candidates half out of their chairs...
Another negative Knox story, this one hitting hard in a union town, since it describes a plant closing in which severance pay never materialized (even though we swore he'd pay out of his own pocket, if need be).
Another PAC has emerged to run ads in the mayor's race, this time ads questioning Nutter's stop-and-frisk proposals. (Contributors to the PAC, which is 2 years old, are not known, although the article mentions that in the past its contributors included Brady and Fattah supporters.)
Two bits at YPP: one looks at stop-and-frisk in the context of differences between Nutter's and Fattah's proposed approaches, and another explains his support for Nutter in terms of concerns about poverty (which Fattah sometimes claims is of interest only to him).