found art

This adorable new show certainly charmed our KIDS FIRST! reporters. It follows the life of the adorable Lily, a five-year-old who lives with her dad and she creates a cast of characters in her imagination that live in Driftwood Bay.
"By bringing my pain to the surface in this way, I can confront it and let it go."
What we know and what we don't know about the Philadelphia Wireman, one of the many artists whose stories risk going untold.
A friend has given me a homely gift. Because he's a poet he likes to tinker, sometimes with words, but he also fools with cast off things. My gift is "The Versinator" -- a glass instrument, formerly a piece of lab equipment.
For many years, Ramona Otto was an elementary school teacher. Full disclosure: She was my elementary school teacher. She'd often ask her students to bring in certain items for projects she was working on. Rulers, pencils and pins were often on her "treasure list."
My recent return to the Towers was 30-plus years after my first visit. I was thrilled to see that it remains a dominant presence in this Watts neighborhood. It's now secured by a tall metal white fence, and open for a small admission fee with limited hours, to the public.
"Every time an item is discovered ... there are going to be two sides - the side that accepts all the work that has been
According to Bloomberg, Philadelphia resident Norma Ifill was perusing a flea market eight years ago when she stumbled upon