What Is Early Word? The Philadelphia Inquirer's experimental online "morning show", which began in Sept. 2005, went on hiatus in the summer of 2006, after a gradual shift to putting more of its content directly on Philly.com.
About the Host Peter Mucha, husband and father of two, grew up in Cherry Hill and is a lifelong Philly sports fan. He's been writing and editing for The Inquirer for 18 years.
His motto (at least for today): "If I'm not brief, give me grief."
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Sunday, April 30, 2006
'Selling [Dung] to the Point That It's Sickening'
"Fatty"? Gastric bypass? Them's fightin' words, from Rosie O'Donnell about Star Jones Reynolds, soon-to-be fellow cohosts on The View. "Catfight just waiting to happen?" asks Inquirer's Newmakers column. Hey, if not an Ultimate Fighting bout, how 'bout a Cohost Kombat video game? Rrrrowr!