[+1] Police arrest the younger of the two brothers involved in an argument about the Sixers that ended in one of them firing a gun into a crowded subway car they’d just left. Fifty percent? That’s better than the Sixers’ free-throw percentage. (Please don’t shoot us.)
 Marijuana activists smoke pot on Independence Mall. And now they’re inactivists. (Sorry. That seemed so funny when we wrote it last night.)
 The renovated Hard Rock Café on Market Street now includes a Philadelphia Room, featuring memorabilia from Joan Jett, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes and more. Our most poignant restaurant-chain tribute since Checkers. Or Hooters. Or Clap Your Hands Say Yogurt.
 United Steelworkers Local 10-1 awards Rep. Bob Brady the first annual Bob Brady Working Class Hero Award. But on the way home, Bob Brady accidentally drops the trophy in a lake when he stops to bark at another Bob Brady with a trophy. It turns out to be his reflection. Sad Bob Brady.
[-3] A 5-year-old girl accidentally shoots herself in the foot with her father’s gun in Kensington. This never would have happened if her foot had a firearm to defend itself.
 Peter Nero and the Philly Pops perform a “classical” version of “Gangnam Style” at the Kimmel Center. Sadly, no one in the audience knew the song, or how to use their phones to look it up.
[-1] Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore’s guitar, valued at $20,000, is stolen from a Philadelphia hotel. And all of a sudden the Hard Rock’s got an Elder Statesmen of Post-Punk/Noise-Rock Room.
[+3] A new city website allows you to dispute parking tickets online. “The site will be up soon enough,” says Parking Authority spokesperson. “We just want to check our Myspace and look up what ‘Gangbang Smile’ or whatever it’s called is all about.”
This week’s total: 0 | Last week’s total: +3