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Arctic Records, Drexel Culinary Arts and Science and artist Martha McDonald
Inside Philabundance, the Gross Anatomy Lab at Drexel, and Choral Arts Philadelphia
Greensgrow Farms, David Lynch, and Visual Soundscapes for Mental Health Recovery Project
Homesweet Homegrown crowd-sourced hot sauce, Nathaniel Popkin on art history, and theremin
Inside Local Abundance, Atlantic City's Chicken Bone Beach, Invisible River's public art
Peg and Awl, Quarry Hill Farm, We Could Be King
Illustrator Matt Freedman, the work of designer Patrick Kelly, Penn's Culinary Expeditions
Choreographer Trey McIntyre, Philadelphia Bronze ringers, and Sunday Suppers
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Arctic Records was one of Philadelphia’s most important early soul labels
Come along and follow artist Martha McDonald on an intimate journey
Artist Martha McDonald mourns the history of the Woodlands
Chef Carla Hall talks about her career trajectory and the opening of her first restaurant
Drexel students learn technical, structural, and scientific ways to cook food.
Making music since 1982, Choral Arts Philadelphia actively participates in the region’s mu
Philabundance is now the largest hunger relief organization in the Delaware Valley.
Philabundance’s founder Pamela Rainey Lawler and public relations manager Lindsay Hughes.
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January 2015: Arctic Records, Drexel Culinary Arts and Science & Martha and the Lost
Philabundance, the Gross Anatomy Lab at Drexel College of Medicine, and Choral Arts
Greensgrow Farms, the art of David Lynch, and soundscapes for mental health
Homesweet Homegrown's crowd-sourced hot sauce, author Nathaniel Popkin, and a theremin
Invisible River, Chicken Bone Beach in Atlantic City and Local Abundance.
Peg and Awl, Quarry Hill Farm and "We Could Be King"
Illustrator Matt Freedman; designer Patrick Kelly & Penn Museum's Culinary Expeditions
Choreographer Trey McIntyre; Philadelphia Bronze ringers; and sociologist Linda Samost