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Aja Beech

Aja Beech
Aja Beech is a freelance writer.

Aja Beech is an independent freelance author writing about social issues and the arts, primarily in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, for news outlets like WHYY’s Newsworks and The Huffington Post. In 2010, she was the recipient of a Leeway Art and Change Grant and in 2011, she was named one of Philadelphia’s Creative Connectors. Her poem, for you women, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2012.

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Artista puertorriqueño primer latino premiado por el Woodmere Art Museum

 07/03/2017 - 10:44
Diego Hiromi Rodríguez Carrión es un joven artista puertorriqueño, estudiante de la Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, PAFA. Su obra Exodus será parte de la exhibición permanente del Woodmere Art Museum. Atelier San Juan

El joven artista Diego Hiromi Rodríguez Carrión se ha convertido en el primer puertorriqueño en ser galardonado con el prestigioso premio que cada año concede el Woodmere Art Museum de Filadelfia. La obra premiada, Exodus es una reflexión sobre la migración boricua a EEUU- ya forma parte de la colección permanente del museo.

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OuterSpace: Desde las calles de Filadelfia, una hermandad de toda la vida

 04/01/2015 - 15:50
Fotos: Andy Albaladejo, Broadstreetphoto.com
 

On a cold March Sunday evening, Mario Collazo and Marcus Albaladejo were in Scott Stallone’s studio in South Philadelphia recording their latest work, the long anticipated Lost in Space album. More than a few trials and tribulations have kept this album at bay, including Albaladejo’s stage 3 cancer diagnosis in 2013.

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OuterSpace: From the streets of Philadelphia, a lifelong brotherhood

 03/30/2015 - 02:37
Photos: Andy Albaladejo, Broadstreetphoto.com
 

On a cold March Sunday evening, Mario Collazo and Marcus Albaladejo were in Scott Stallone’s studio in South Philadelphia recording their latest work, the long anticipated Lost in Space album. More than a few trials and tribulations have kept this album at bay, including Albaladejo’s stage 3 cancer diagnosis in 2013.

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