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The Temple News
At The Barnes, Picasso’s change in style examined for new exhibitA new exhibit at The Barnes Foundation will host 50 Picasso pieces. The Barnes
At The Barnes, Picasso’s change in style examined for new exhibit
The Temple News / Posted yesterday
A new exhibit at The Barnes Foundation will host 50 Picasso pieces. The Barnes Foundation’s latest exhibit, “Picasso: The Great Wear, Experimentation and Change,” combines abstract designs and striking portraits—all while exploring Pablo Picasso’s... Read more
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The Jewish Week
JTS Plans Major Redesign Of Its CampusMaking good on expansion plans announced last year, the Jewish Theological Semi
JTS Plans Major Redesign Of Its Campus
The Jewish Week / Posted 7 days ago
Making good on expansion plans announced last year, the Jewish Theological Seminary has completed a $96 million deal to sell a portion of its Morningside Heights campus and build a state-of-the-art library, performance center, residence hall and... Read more
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The Forward
Historic Jewish Theological Seminary Plans $96M Campus ModernizationThe 130-year-old Jewish Theological Seminary of America is embarking on a $96 m
Historic Jewish Theological Seminary Plans $96M Campus Modernization
The Forward / Posted 8 days ago
The 130-year-old Jewish Theological Seminary of America is embarking on a $96 million multi-year modernization that will keep its storied past safe — and carry the spiritual center for Conservative Judaism into the next century. JTS officials on... Read more
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The Forward
Historic Jewish Theological Seminary Plans $96M Campus ModernizationThe 130-year-old Jewish Theological Seminary of America is embarking on a $96 m
Historic Jewish Theological Seminary Plans $96M Campus Modernization
The Forward / Posted 8 days ago
The 130-year-old Jewish Theological Seminary of America is embarking on a $96 million multi-year modernization that will keep its storied past safe — and carry the spiritual center for Conservative Judaism into the next century. JTS officials on... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Barnes Foundation Hires Met VeteranThe Barnes Foundation has pegged a Philadelphia native and 34-year Metropolitan
Barnes Foundation Hires Met Veteran
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 11 days ago
The Barnes Foundation has pegged a Philadelphia native and 34-year Metropolitan Museum of Art veteran to leads its advancement program in a newly created position. Nina McNeely Diefenbach will be The Barnes Foundation's deputy director for... Read more
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The News & Observer
See the art world’s masterpieces from a theater seat | News & Observer January 21, 2016 6:00 AM Fathom Events bringing art, arc
See the art world’s masterpieces from a theater seat
The News & Observer / Posted 17 days ago
| News & Observer January 21, 2016 6:00 AM Fathom Events bringing art, architecture to movie theaters Company known for live broadcasts from... Read more
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Philly.com
Walter Fontanella, designer; Tomasina Fontanella, artistThe two met in their early 20s, when "my father was taking English and my mothe
Walter Fontanella, designer; Tomasina Fontanella, artist
Philly.com / Posted 18 days ago
The two met in their early 20s, when "my father was taking English and my mother Italian at a language school in South Philadelphia," said daughter Adrienne. They married in 1957 and made their home in Havertown until later moving to Haverford. The... Read more
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The Temple News
A change of key for 1988 alumnus’ piano shopA local company is hosting a $750,000 Austrian piano. The average cost of a ho
A change of key for 1988 alumnus’ piano shop
The Temple News / Posted 22 days ago
A local company is hosting a $750,000 Austrian piano. The average cost of a home in Philadelphia is about $196,000, according to Trulia, a real-estate website. A one-of-a-kind Bösendorfer piano on display in the city is worth more than triple that... Read more
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The Temple News
American productions challenge normsThe American Repertoire Program aims to produce 10 American operas in 10 years.
American productions challenge norms
The Temple News / Posted 22 days ago
The American Repertoire Program aims to produce 10 American operas in 10 years. Sarah Williams | Opera Philadelphia new works administrator The story of one man’s journey across war-torn America during the Civil War has quickly become one of the... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
An uncertain future for Thelers’ legacyBELFAIR — Driving through Belfair, glancing past signs for the Mary E. Theler C
An uncertain future for Thelers’ legacy
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 24 days ago
BELFAIR — Driving through Belfair, glancing past signs for the Mary E. Theler Community Center and Wetlands, many don't think twice about the couple behind North Mason's greatest legacy. Even in North Mason, fewer remember Sam and Mary Theler or... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
A look at owner who turned Philadelphia newspapers over to nonprofit PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia
A look at owner who turned Philadelphia newspapers over to nonprofit
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 28 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News and Philly.com announced Tuesday he's turning over the media company to a nonprofit... Read more
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