Archive


68 listings, approx. 0 hrs and 26 min of material



August 22, 2012
Anecdote, Advice, Pensive, Creativity,
29.45 seconds
94 David Lynch : Film director David Lynch discovered his passion for “painterly” films as a student at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and later developed his surrealistic style. He speaks of the fleeting nature of artistic inspiration. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.49 in 77 votes
September 20, 2012
Observation, Pensive, Architecture,
27.02 seconds
480 Kenneth Finkel : Philadelphia's City Hall, built between 1871-1901, is the world's tallest masonry building. Historian Kenneth Finkel of Temple University says its unique marble facade obscures construction materials that are common across the rest of the city. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.47 in 19 votes
August 24, 2012
Quote, Pensive, Love
5.61 seconds
163 Thom Kriner for Dan in Kansas City, MO: Life is full of interruptions and complications, but true love will endure through it all.
3.43 in 23 votes
October 06, 2012
Poem, Pensive, Freedom
40.45 seconds
4601 patsy higgins : from Anthem, Leonard Cohen
3.42 in 12 votes
September 20, 2012
Poem, Pensive, Openness
25.72 seconds
468 A.j. Rombach : The Snow. A poem I wrote.
3.39 in 18 votes
October 12, 2012
Dream, Pensive, Freedom
23.36 seconds
5465 John briley : Phila
3.38 in 8 votes
August 22, 2012
Anecdote, Confiding, Creativity, Pensive, Labor,
26.93 seconds
110 Kenny Gamble : Soul legend Kenny Gamble, on branding The Sound of Philadelphia. With partner Leon Huff, he created some of the biggest hits in R&B history, and developed artists such as The O'Jays, Teddy Pendergrass,MFSB, Lou Rawls, and Patti LaBelle. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.35 in 17 votes
October 04, 2012
Song, Pensive, Art
30.02 seconds
4147 Alex Banx : Die Maskerade: Written and directed by Alex Banx preformed. It's very exciting to be a part of the Open Air, and be able to share my songs with friends in Germany, to inform citizens of Pennsylvania! Thanks for listening!
3.33 in 3 votes
August 22, 2012
Observation, Pensive, The present, Freedom,
17.61 seconds
105 Jimmy Heath : Jazz sax legend Jimmy Heath, dispensing advice to young musicians on not getting caught up in the popular culture's drive to be hip. He's been performing since he was a young man himself, growing up in the Philadelphia jazz scene of the 1940s. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.31 in 16 votes
August 22, 2012
Advice, Pensive, Creativity,
29.95 seconds
127 Santigold : Santigold is a Philadelphia hip hop songwriter, producer and singer, who graduated from Germantown Friends School. She says placing a high premium on freeing her imagination aids in the creation of her work, and that she is often inspired by her dreams. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.30 in 23 votes
August 28, 2012
Pensive, Creativity, Anecdote,
20.32 seconds
203 R.Crumb : Philadelphia born cartoonist R. Crumb is credited with starting the Underground Comics movement over 40 years ago. Known for his characters Mr. Natural and Fritz the Cat, he attributes a practiced openness to finding inspiration for his artistic output. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.30 in 20 votes
August 22, 2012
Anecdote, Pensive, Confiding, Creativity, Art,
28.79 seconds
108 Judith Jamison : Dancer and choreographer Judith Jamison cut her teeth in dance studios of her native Philadelphia, where she practiced jazz, tap, acrobatics, and ballet. Her performance career led her to serve as Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey Dance Company. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.29 in 14 votes
August 28, 2012
Pensive, Community, Observation, Anecdote,
25.88 seconds
207 Steve Frank : As a consequence of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, staff historian Steve Frank at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia says many Americans took a second look at some of their basic constitutional rights. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.29 in 7 votes
September 20, 2012
Poem, Pensive, Love
29.9 seconds
463 Beatrice Ryan for Schanen Ryan (daughter) in Seattle, WA: Poem - The Face of Love, by Ingrid Jonker. This is a poem of love and the landscape of a lover from an emotional distance. My dedication is to Philadelphia, a city I love; and to my daughter Schanen whom I love and feels so far away. If only the light beams could reach her.
3.27 in 11 votes
August 22, 2012
Anecdote, Pensive, Democracy, Philosophical, The past, Confiding,
28.68 seconds
95 Dr. Leon Bass : Dr. Leon Bass, a renowned Philadelphia educator, joined the army in WWII, served in a segregated unit and experienced the impact of racism, especially at his return from the front. His unit was the first to enter the Buchenwald concentration camp. Submitted by Elisabeth Perez-Luna.
3.26 in 19 votes