Thursday, October 8, 2015

I'm telling you, it's a real casino here at 400 N. Broad

I'm telling you, it's a real casino here at 400 N. Broad



For decades, the iconic Inquirer and Daily News Building has been the scene of risky bets and addictively bad behavior. You know, the kind of joint where you might walk in with $562 million and leave without your shirt, or take a serious haircut at best.

You'll be shocked, shocked to discover there may be gambling in this establishment. The difference is that Bart Blatstein wants to make it legit.

Of course, the Daily News and the Inquirer will no longer be here. We're off to Walgreen' search of pain medication. 

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