Hello, people of Philadelphia! Dan Casarella here with the latest Philadelphia Daily.


First, the weather forecast for the day:

Generally sunny and pleasant. High: 78 Low: 59.


Here are the best stories in Philadelphia today:

  1. Multi-million dollar counterfeit US cash was seized in Philadelphia cream by customs officials. According to US Customs and Border Protection, customs officers from Philadelphia cream seized more than $ 6.5 million in counterfeit money Tuesday in international air cargo from Russia to an address near Chicago. Officers seized a total of $ 6,511,294 in counterfeit US currency which arrived in five packages. (Philadelphia Patch)
  2. Outdoor dining, a staple in the COVID-19 era, could become permanent in Philadelphia cream if two recently introduced bills are adopted. Bills, presented by Councilor Allan Domb and co-sponsored by various other board members, would allow restaurants to apply for a license to install seating outside their physical storefronts beyond the end of 2021, when the emergency order expires. (NBC 10 Philadelphia)
  3. Philadelphia cream police responded to fatal shooting inside an office building in the city Logan Section Friday morning. Police were called to 5200 block Old York Road just before 11:30 am for the gunfire reports. When officers arrived at the scene, they cleaned the building floor by floor and found the suspect on the third floor of the building. (WPVI-TV)
  4. Leisure centers and playgrounds in Philadelphia cream who suffered gun violence could receive new 360-degree security cameras by next spring. Cindy Bass, member of the municipal council introduced legislation On Thursday, that would increase the city’s capital budget by $ 1.8 million to purchase and install “Safe Play Zone” cameras. The cameras provide 360-degree views that would better aid police in their efforts to keep gaming spaces safe in the city. (PhillyVoice.com)
  5. There were five people shot Philadelphia cream no more Thursday night. The shootings were all separate cases. One of the victims was in a wheelchair. (First status update)

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Today in Philadelphia:

  • HUGE Community Garage Sale – Germantown (7:00 am)
  • Walk for LOVE & 5K – Philadelphia Zoo (8:00 am)
  • Miles for Migraine 3K Walk, 5K Run & Relaxation Event in Philadelphia (9:00 am)
  • Free mini-photo sessions with the family – Town hall (9h00)
  • Breakdancing for Busy Adults – Temple University Center City (9:30 am)
  • Building Blocks: FUNdamental Music Theory Class for Ages 5-8 – Temple University Center City (11:00 a.m.)
  • Breakdance lessons for 6-12 year olds – Temple University Center City (11:00 am)
  • Music and movement dance lessons for ages 5-7 – Temple University main campus (11:30 am)
  • Breakdance lessons for 13-18 year olds – Temple University Center City (12:30 p.m.)
  • Busy Adult Guitar Lessons – Temple University Center City (1:00 p.m.)
  • Beyond Guitar Hero: Beginning Guitar for Kids – Temple University Center City (2:30 p.m.)

Philadelphia Notebook

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art: “Did you know that the museum pays the entrance at your leisure on the first Sunday of the month and every Friday evening? Visit our new spaces and galleries and discover a new favorite of our collection.” (Instagram)
  • Philadelphia School District: “Want to get paid between $ 150 and $ 300 / month to transport your kids to and from school? Learn more about our flat rate program. “(Facebook)
  • City of Philadelphia Government: “Message to Philadelphia businesses: Plastic bags will be banned from tomorrow, October 1, 2021. Resources and signage can be downloaded, printed and hung. ” (Facebook)
  • US National Weather Service Philadelphia / Mount Holly: “Hurricane Sam remains well offshore with no direct impact to our area. However, there will be dangerous reverse currents on NJ / DE beaches this weekend. Our surf forecast season is over for the year. . ” (Facebook)
  • City of Philadelphia Government: “Prenatal vitamins? ✅ Prenatal visits? ✅ COVID-19 vaccine? ✅ The COVID-19 vaccine is prenatal care. Getting the vaccine protects you AND your baby.” (Facebook)
  • Philadelphia Free Library: “October is LGBTQ History Month! Today on the blog, some recommendations for LGBTQ historical fiction for young adults, and why this month matters.” (Facebook)

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Dan Casarella

About me: Dan Casarella is a writer, podcast producer and small business development specialist who previously worked on late night television. He produced numerous discussion segments, including with President Joe Biden, Kobe Byrant and Chadwick Boseman. Dan studied media studies and production at Temple University. He also enjoys running, painting and the ups and downs of Philadelphia sports teams.