Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Tonight Over Philly: Lunar Eclipse vs Terrestrial Weather

Tonight Over Philly: Lunar Eclipse vs Terrestrial Weather

April 14, 2014  |  Buzz

A total lunar eclipse will happen in the southwestern sky around 3am tonight whether we can see it or not. In the event that the weather will cooperate, Brad Maule chatted with The Franklin Institute's Derrick Pitts about how best to view it > more

Springtime Philly In The Pink

Springtime Philly In The Pink

April 1, 2014  |  Buzz

This year's Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival kicks off tomorrow, so charge your camera battery and make plans to hit Fairmount Park—and a series of Japanese events > more

Disrobed In Desertion

Disrobed In Desertion

March 26, 2014  |  Vantage

Photographer Sarah Bloom has built quite a body of work in abandoned places—with nude self-portraits. Ethan Wallace chats with her about process, product, and places > more

From Independence Square To Independence Square: Current Events Seen Through Philadelphia's Ukrainian Community

From Independence Square To Independence Square: Current Events Seen Through Philadelphia’s Ukrainian Community

March 5, 2014  |  Vantage

In the past month, Ukraine has taken the world stage through peaceful demonstrations that turned violent, an ousted president and resulting makeshift government, and now a looming crisis in Crimea as the Russian military moves in. The situation has the United States and European Union preparing for the worst. During the same period, our Theresa Stigale has followed events by meeting with the Ukrainian community of Philadelphia > more

ICE STORM 2014: <em>Beautiful But Deadly</em>

ICE STORM 2014: Beautiful But Deadly

February 6, 2014  |  News

As though the wet, heavy snow wasn't enough, Mother Nature polished it off with a nice, icy sheen. The 1-2 punch proved a bit too much for many in Penn's Woods, and falling trees took out power, homes, and cars. Brad Maule surveys the damage in West Mount Airy > more