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Good day, bad day: July 30, 2012
Philadelphia will be distinguished by a pizza museum, while thrill-seekers get stuck atop a roller coaster  — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
Thanks to the fundraising site Kickstarter, Philadelphia will soon be home to the world's first pizza history museum.
Thanks to the fundraising site Kickstarter, Philadelphia will soon be home to the world's first pizza history museum.
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OOD DAY FOR:

Second thoughts
A divorced couple makes amends and re-marries after 50 years apart. [Death & Taxes]

Raising some dough
Philadelphia is set to open a pizza museum thanks to a successful crowd-funded Kickstarter campaign. [Tecca]

Ursine fertility
A panda gives birth to her sixth cub at the San Diego Zoo, setting a record for most pandas born to one mother outside of the endangered species' native China. [Los Angeles Times]

BAD DAY FOR:

Thrill-seekers
Riders on the new Superman Ultimate Flight roller coaster at Six Flags in northern California get stuck, anticlimactically, at the very top of the coaster for two hours. [Newser]

Mom & Pop stores
The world's longest-operating general store closes its doors in Adamsville, R.I., after 224 years in business. [Gawker]

The most trusted name in news
CNN apologizes after playing Pink's "Stupid Girls" right before airing a segment about Sarah Palin. [HyperVocal]  

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: July 27, 2012 

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