With the “Storm of the Century” wreaking havoc on the upper east coast, Nutter’s week was a little unpredictable. He managed to risk his life, help a friend, and protect the people. Phew.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter had a good week…depending who you ask. But, of course, if you ask us, it was just one politico stunt after another.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter spent his week apologizing for one of his officers, looking to Boston for new government offices, and promoting the Barnes Foundation.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter’s idea to honor boxing great Joe Frazier hasn’t gotten the funding he’d hoped, but he’s being touted as a great LGBT supporter and gave city workers a raise.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter announces a huge erection that’s long overdue and exchanges vetoes with City Council over parking tickets and a balcony.
Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter spoke at the Democratic National Convention last week and we couldn’t resist highlighting some of his best moments.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has already got Made in America 2013 on the brain, helps remember a fallen cop, and helps revitalize a fallen commercial corridor.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter was asked to speak at the DNC, threatened Moses Walker’s cop killers, and issued a fair warning to all motorists during the Made In America festival.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter was busy this week outing Mitt Romney (again), pleading with citizens about gun violence, and baiting potential buyers for our utility.
Mayor Michael Nutter spent the week getting the Philly firefighters to “shut the hell up” leaving even the most avid supporters saying, “What the…?”