The Rodin Museum Re-Opens

After a $9 million redevelopment, Philadelphia’s Rodin Museum showcasing the French artist’s infamous sculptures re-opened its doors last Friday. In a three-year revamp (the first since opening in 1929) the public will finally get to see the museum in all its glory, as the architects intended. All but...

Jose Garces, Making Philadelphia More Delicious

It was seven years ago that the Iron Chef opened Amada in Old City, and seven years ago that he became a firm favourite on the food scene. Since then, Jose Garces has transformed Philadelphian dining and gained national recognition in doing so. So far, the Chicago via Ecuadoran Chef has seven widely...

Bruce Munro’s Forest of Light

Head down to Longwood Gardens this summer for a truly illuminating experience, as UK light artist Bruce Munro transforms the park into a magical Forest of Light. Marking Munro’s first garden installation in the US, Light: Installations by Bruce Munro showcases never-before-seen views of Longwood at night...

Philadelphia’s Newspapers on the Move

It has been announced that Philadelphia’s two major daily newspapers will be moving out of the infamous Broad Street Tower, which had long been their home. Founded by John R. Walker and John Norvell in 1829, The Philadelphia Inquirer (formerly The Pennsylvania Inquirer) has had its headquarters in the...

Muhammad Ali to Receive 2012 Liberty Medal

Renowned for his confidence both inside and outside of the ring, as well as his work on social and humanitarian causes, boxing legend Muhammad Ali has been named as the 2012 Liberty Medal recipient. Set to receive the medal in a ceremony on September 13th at the National Constitution Center on Independence...

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