Mayor Nutter’s proposed bicycle-share program, which could have 1,200 bikes and 120 rental locations by 2015, would loan bikes for free for the first half-hour, then charge $5 every half-hour after that. Or, if you look at it another way, they’re just free forever.
 The Forum Theatre at 23rd and Market closes down after almost 40 years in the porno biz. Because their last regular customer, Vigorous Joe, finally went blind.
[+1] The landlord of the Forum Theater says he hopes to redevelop the property for a non-X-rated purpose. But so far two bulldozers have gotten stuck.
[+3] After meeting with a group of skateboarders, City Councilman David Oh reduces proposed fines and makes other amendments to his anti-skateboarding bill. Then he starts smoking and wearing weird clothes. And when his dad’s, like, “When are you going to rake the yard?,” Councilman Oh’s, like, “Whatever, old man.”
[-1] The Inquirer and Daily News will separate from philly.com and put up paywalled web sites. Earn this, Metro.
[+4] Mayor Nutter appoints a “fact-finding group” to investigate reports of problems during the presidential election. “And I’m disbanding the factoid-finding group,” says Nutter. “They were too easily distracted. Good at Quizzo, though.”
 Ex-Philly mobster Philip “Crazy Phil” Leonetti writes a tell-all book in which he describes the many ways he daydreamed about killing his boss, Nicky Scarfo. Simultaneously invents suicide-by-memoir.
[-4] Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is elected chairman of the board of trustees at the National Constitution Center. “I’m sorry I purged all those votes in 2000 just to get my brother elected president,” Bush fails to say. Not adding: “I know that my actions directly led to the deaths of all those people on 9/11 and in the subsequent military follies that followed. Also, the ruination of the economy, the rise of Karl Rove and the international shame of our once-great nation.”
This week’s total: +3 | Last week’s total: -8