Bernard Katz Glass Studio and Gallery a hidden gem in the Manayunk neighborhood of Philadelphia PA. From designated viewing areas, you will see the process of creating unique and stunning works using hot blown glass and cold glass construction. View and purchase Katz's glass sculptures, vase, tumblers in the gallery.
The sleek, glossy Pathfinders Travel magazine focuses on the interests of active, affluent African Americans by offering travel tips, in-depth information on cultural events, and more. Published quarterly, the magazine informs its readers of U.S. and international destinations, such as the Caribbean islands, South Africa, and more, as well as articles that provide exciting spots to put on anyone's to-see list, including the Ten Black History Sites for Every American. Subscribers learn money-saving tips, such as how to rent a luxury villa for less than a hotel room, or when to hit the currency exchange to trade American dollars for British bags of Colin Firth's hair. In addition, avid readers get the scoop on some of the best African-American inns and spas, as well as advice on how to travel safely in the winter or how to smartly prepare for a once-in-a-lifetime summer vacation. Through detailed features on cuisines and wines of the world, foodies and fledgling sommeliers can find pages of excuses for indulging their passions, and outdoorsy readers can discover desirable destinations for skiing, golfing, sailing, and more.
Main Street Music offers a highly concentrated music shopping experience inside a small storefront, stocking new and used LPs and CDs, along with a handful of used DVDs and 33s. This is the kind of place where a poster for the latest Fleet Foxes release hangs near original display items from the Beatles’ Help! album, and the workers’ down-to-earth approach is exemplified by staff recommendations titled “Stuff that we think don’t suck.” Most used CDs can be gotten for $6 or $7, and a section of used LPs will put you back $4 for one or three for $10. Special live in-store performances get the place packed to the rafters, and audience members might be treated to free pizza for the occasion.