Tuesday's DN: More than 85,000 people honor MLK Jr.

More than 85,000 people fanned out across Philadelphia yesterday to volunteer for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  An the annual luncheon, Mayor Nutter asked for the end of violence that has given 2012 a bloody start.  And Occupy Philly spends the day in service of the community.

Here's a blast from the past: Gino's Giant, the once [and future?] king of burgers in this area.  The burger chain once gave a scholarship to a St. Joe's Prep student who went on to be mayor of Philadelphia.

And the It's Our Money team have a podcast of their conversation with City Council President Darrell Clarke about selling city assets in these tough fiscal times.