The Man of Steel inspires us to shun ignorance and confront global warning.
Angelo Rossi reminisces about the “Cambria”… a classic neighborhood boxing arena in the Kensington section.
Dewey’s was a memorable Philly lunch counter. Dorothy Twiggs related her story of working and managing at Dewey’s, 1225 Market Street.
An affectionate salute to four Show Biz Barbaras- Billingsley, Rush, Britton and Stanwyck.
Philly Piano Jazz Man Tony D’Aquila reminisced for Moviehouse Productions about big band radio remotes…a Lost Philly Phenomenon
A classic “Adventures of Superman” story re-imagined.
Anatomy of a Flop: The 1958-1959 Edsel lost the Ford Motor Company one – quarter billion dollars. Design flaws and a faltering economy were the reasons.
1934’s most controversial motion picture was “Imitation of Life”. More than three quarters of a century later, Vida Moore recalled watching the film at the Avon, a segregated South Philadelphia movie theater. Mrs. Moore explored the impact of “Imitation of Life” on her life and view of the world.