The opening shots of the music video for Tayyib Ali’s “Keystone State of Mind” show glimpses of City Hall, 30th Street Station, Fairmount, Walnut Street shops and other well-known Philly destinations. And even though he
Brooke Shaden, 2008 alumna, snapped the winning photograph to represent “Time,” one of eight themes in a film as part of Canon’s contest. Two girls run through a high-grass field in long dresses, in what
The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent partially reopened after a three-year hiatus. While Philadelphia’s story is nothing short of historic, the newly reopened Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent is putting a
Accomplished Philadelphia poet and Temple Presidential Fellow Sonia Sanchez took office Dec. 29. When asked how she felt about her recent appointment as Philadelphia’s first poet laureate, Sonia Sanchez cited the names of various authors
Slow Food Philly released its first batch of “Snail Approved” restaurants, breweries and markets that are furthering Slow Food’s mission. Jennifer Prensky and her husband Mitch Prensky follow the food supply chain to their restaurant
Philadelphia Horticultural Society’s garden brought a vibrant green space to Center City. June of this year, as the ground was warming and flowers blooming, a garden popped up in an empty lot in Center City.
Ghost Train Orchestra. Christmas carols generally define the sounds of winter holidays, and patriotic tunes create a soundtrack to Fourth of July celebrations. As far as setting the mood for Halloween eve, the Philadelphia Museum
As a graduate student in Alexandria, Egypt, alumnus Deen Novelli took part in the recent protests. As eyes around the world watched controversy unfold in Egypt, so did Temple alumnus Deen Novelli but with a