Our final Sunday Supper on March 25th was surprisingly our most productive out of the three, and it was a wonderful way to finish.
Last night at the National Constitution Center, former Governors Ed Rendell and Christine Todd Whitman offered contrasting perspectives and firsthand knowledge of Election 2012's key players and issues.
Wrecking Ball’s first track, “We Take Care Of Our Own,” opens with pounding rock drums and a synthesizer riff that sounds distinctly like a siren.
Today is the 82nd birthday of retired Supreme Court Justice and a longtime friend of the National Constitution Center, Sandra Day O’Connor.
The common aim of the supper was to learn more about the Third Awakening and the civic engagement experience of those involved in the historical processes of Latvia regaining its independence.
Bruce Springsteen’s new album Wrecking Ball contains some of the most daring and exciting music of his four decades as a recording artist.
We learned that the uprising of the diversity of races, religions, and cultures was a conscious effort in order to bring everyone together as a whole.
Our Latvian counterparts just had their first Sunday Supper, and a few reflect on the experience.
Before becoming Bruce's Springsteen's photographer in the late 1970's, Frank Stefanko was simply a fan.