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Most Wonderful Time of the Year: II

CRUISING around Philadelphia’s City Hall at street level, you might not see him at first. Take a look up at the top, and there stands William Penn. The 37-foot, 27-ton bronze rendering of the Quaker who founded the Keystone State … Continue reading

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Most Wonderful Time of the Year

THE air is getting raw, the days are growing shorter and even the autumnal glow is starting to fade… but there’s still more to look forward to this season. The Covered Bridge Artisans will be holding its annual studio tour … Continue reading

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Through the Looking Glass

Stained glass has always fascinated me. It is so beautiful to look at, in its patterns and shapes, but even more mesmerizing is what it does to light. Stained glass reminds me of the old houses I grew up in … Continue reading

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Small Gems

You can feel the heavy load these trucks carry as they trundle their way through the snow. Not just the literal load, of course, but the heavy industrial load weighing down on them from the towers behind. Even the house … Continue reading

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Salon de Refuses

The “Salon de Refuses” at Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville has become something of a great local tradition. Initiated about 10 years ago, it  provides an opportunity for paintings not accepted at the prestigious Phillips Mill Show to be exhibited at … Continue reading

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Water Works

As with many cities, Philadelphia is a study in contrasts. Alongside the historic architecture are post-modern skyscrapers and skeletons of new buildings going up. Even the venerable Philadelphia Museum of Art was recently covered with scaffolding as its “envelope” of … Continue reading

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