Archive for 2017
Paul Santoleri AKA Pawzant February 17
Paul Santoleri makes a living as a painter - both here in the US and abroad - and is known for his large, flowing and expansive compositions.
EAT Café: Everyone at the Table February 10
The EAT Café is Philadelphia’s first pay-what-you-can restaurant.
EAT Café: Everyone at the Table, Paul Santoleri AKA Pawzant, Karen Singer Tileworks February 2
A pay-what-you-can restaurant, painter Paul Santoleri, tile artist Karen Singer
Philadelphia School of Circus Arts January 27
Philadelphia School of Circus Arts Producer: Karen Smyles Philadelphia School of Circus Arts is the region’s center of contemporary circus arts. The school was founded in 2008 by Shana and Greg Kennedy who wanted to share their love of the circus arts with everyone. After traveling the world and working with several major circus organizations, […]
David Scott Kessler: The Pine Barrens January 20
The Pine Barrens of New Jersey, once seen as uninhabitable, has been called home by many. Believed to be unprofitable, it gave birth to industries. Perceived inhospitable, it became refuge. Faced with eradication, it flourished. The Pines are a living contradiction, thousands of acres of remote forest within the nation's most densely populated state. Rare plants and animals are often found feet from busy roadways.
Saffron, a Pennsylvania Treasure January 13
When Exec. Chef Eli Kulp was looking for locally grown saffron to be part of an all local ingredients menu he was creating for Fork Restaurant, he was introduced to Justin. Since then, Fork has been utilizing Shirks Saffron on some of their dishes. Chef John Patterson demonstrates how he translates some of the traditional saffron recipes into a contemporary dish such as Saffron Ravioli on Rabbit Broth and The Saffron Revenge.