Charles Croce http://wrti.org en Secrets of the Silk Road--Camac Street--Phila. Hist. Museum, Atwater Kent--Civil War at Rosenbach http://wrti.org/post/secrets-silk-road-camac-street-phila-hist-museum-atwater-kent-civil-war-rosenbach <p>As the Penn Museum winds up its run of <i>Secrets of the Silk Road</i> - the exhibition that almost didn't happen - we speak with archaeologist Victor Mair.</p> <p>Susan Lewis visits the Sketch Club and the Plastic Club on Philadelphia's Camac Street, known as "Avenue of the Artists."</p> <p>Jim Cotter speaks with Charles Croce, the CEO of the newly revamped and renamed Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent.</p> <p>Tom Keels explores a project at the Rosenbach Museum in Philadelphia commemorating the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War.</p> Sat, 12 Mar 2011 17:51:00 +0000 Susan Lewis & Jim Cotter & Tom Keels 2507 at http://wrti.org Secrets of the Silk Road--Camac Street--Phila. Hist. Museum, Atwater Kent--Civil War at Rosenbach OCP's Production of Gounod's ROMEO & JULIET--The Phila. History Museum at the Atwater Kent http://wrti.org/post/ocps-production-gounods-romeo-juliet-phila-history-museum-atwater-kent <p>David Patrick Stearns looks ahead to the Opera Company of Philadelphia's upcoming production of Gounod's <em>Romeo &amp; Juliet</em> that casts the Capulets and Montagues - not as feuding families - but as rival haute couture design houses.</p> <p>Jim Cotter speaks with Charles Croce, the new CEO of the recently revamped and renamed Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, which tells the story of the City of Philadelphia.</p> Sat, 29 Jan 2011 20:04:00 +0000 David Patrick Stearns & Jim Cotter 2488 at http://wrti.org OCP's Production of Gounod's ROMEO & JULIET--The Phila. History Museum at the Atwater Kent