The Scene: Philadelphia From NewsWorks, the online home of WHYY News Having just emerged from bankruptcy, with a $25 million fundraising gap, the Philadelphia Orchestra is striding ...
There's one guide museum-goers in Philadelphia should not be without: Travels With Dick And Bill. It's a self-published packet of stapled Xeroxed pages, and a huge endeavor. Dick Hughes and Bill McLaughlin, both 85, have visited 203 museums in and around Philadelphia, and they reviewed every single one. Produced by Peter Crimmins.
The work of the San Diego architect takes its cues from the "informal design" (that's another way of saying "shantytowns") of Tijuana. But selling his radical designs to new immigrants is a challenge; they tend to want a house with a white picket fence. Studio 360's Peter Crimmins crossed the border with Cruz to find out more.
One of the most notorious art forgeries of the 20th century happened in England in the 1990s when two men were arrested for spectacularly exploiting the vulnerabilities of the art market. Art dealer John Drewe handled the paperwork, and John Myatt handled the paintbrush -- and they almost got away with it.
Pastor Keenan Roberts designs ?Hell Houses? which gruesomely display the consequences of sin. Last year, a secular group of artists staged a Hell House in New York City. It got Pastor Roberts' stamp of approval.