Reading Terminal Market has been in operation since 1893 and is a historically preserved building. Chris Gowen, assistant general manager, talks about how the establishment caters to both tourists and locals, as well as how it remains true to its history while still providing new aspects.
Although the exhibit only runs for about three months, organizing the massive show took much longer than this. The “Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism” exhibit in the Dorrance Special Exhibition Galleries at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is running from now until Jan. 8 and features dozens of works of art. The works were created... Continue Reading →
Ciao Philadelphia is a collection of over seventy events taking place in the city during the month of October, which is Italian Heritage month. Consul General Andrea Canepari talks about the goals and details of this large organization.
A recent string of robberies, specifically of homes above Chinese restaurants, have been occurring in Philadelphia’s Chinatown neighborhood. According to police, two suspects were arrested in August this year, but there are still others carrying out similar crimes who have not been caught yet. According to the Philadelphia Police Department’s Crime Mapper feature, in... Continue Reading →
There is a fresh new journalist reporting here in the cultured city of Philadelphia. Erin Moran, a journalism student at Temple University has just taken on the challenge of covering the art beat. I had the opportunity to ask her a few questions about herself and how she plans to go about reporting on the arts.... Continue Reading →