It's damn near unfathomable to me that Jim Gardner could have gotten it so very wrong. But he did. Whether a victim of horrendously poor research, or an assignment editor's notes, Gardner introduced a short video-only piece on the start of Philly Beer Week by calling it "Beer Week" and noting that the week long festival had "nearly 300 events". Then he proceeded to describe the opening ceremonies as taking place at the Naval Yard, all while the video showed the Comcast Center's atrium, and then soundbites from John Troegner, Don "Joe Sixpack" Russell, and the thankfully articulate Mayor Nutter. Nice to see a keg of Yards being tapped as the opening beer, too.
But, Jim, ya gotta get the story right!