The Barnes Foundation's first photography exhibition depicts the "movable feast" in early-20th-century Paris in all its gritty, gorgeous glory. Stacia Friedman reviews.
Dreading this year's post-election Thanksgiving gathering? Take a few tips from Stacia Friedman's mom on how to keep pleasant conversation flowing as easily as the Beaujolais.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art's new exhibition, Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910-1950 shows a nation embracing its indigenous heritage. Stacia Friedman reviews.
On Rosh Hashanah, Stacia Friedman searches for the perfect complement to a sweet new year: The delicious babka of her childhood.
John W. Mosley’s photographs of African-American Philadelphia in the 1950s and '60s provide a visual narrative of where we've been and still need to go. Stacia Friedman reviews.
Every Wednesday night, Michelle Lordi and her all-star band set up in an unlikely bar in Abington to swing the standards. Stacia Friedman grabbed a barstool and liked what she heard.
Stacia Friedman was once a young art student. Now she's a much-older art student, but as she discovered, age doesn't make new brushes and paint any less thrilling.
This week, Massachusetts passed legislation that helps achieve equal pay for equal work. So, how do Pennsylvania's women fare?
While this exhibition was intended to coincide with the DNC, it serves a much higher purpose. The artists on display are diverse and speaking truth to power.
This non-juried member show's greatest strength is its photography, which displays not only mastery of the medium, but also divergent points of view.