Seven weeks ago, the Barnes Foundation debuted an exhibition aiming to offer visitors an unprecedented assessment of the still life paintings of 19th-century Post-Impressionist Paul Cezanne. But for those who haven’t had the occasion or the inclination to visit the Barnes since its controversial move from the Main Line to the Ben Franklin Parkway two years ago, the Cezanne show presents an appetizing opportunity to take a closer look at the museum itself, too.
North America shivers in an Arctic freeze….biting, bitterly cold breezes….brutal, potential, record-breaking low temperatures….Polar Vortex– that arctic cyclone that’s swept down from the North Pole ….what’s next? Frost Quakes? They did happen in Ontario, Canada, on Christmas Eve. Apparently, some kids there thought that the loud snap sounds and the shakes were reindeer on the roof. Closer to home, parts of Ohio experienced Frost Quakes in 2011. It’s winter!
Keep up with everything going on in your neighborhood with our guide.
Keep up on all the happenings around your community with our guide.
Tony's Pizza is up for sale, but is likely to remain a pizza restaurant; the vacant Pilsudski Fraternal Association could become apartments, and the former law offces of the late Jack E. Matty may become a family-owned drug store.
— Thanks to his talents on the football field and in the classroom, Jaye McNeil is headed to Anaheim for the game of his life.
Kensington's Cheri Honkala has a tough fight ahead if she wants to take out State Rep. Jewell Williams, who won the Democratic nomination for sheriff in the May primary.
As an avid fan of the TV medical show Quincy M.E., Martin Short thought he might like to become a doctor.