Natalie Stone: “What’s the Worst that Can Happen?”

Natalie Stone is a bit notorious in Medford, NJ. She’s caused quite the stir by taking parking spots meant for pregnant women and posting Youtube videos that poke fun at the typical yard sale shopper. She also works full-time, acts part-time, volunteers, and bakes constantly. Cooking and baking have been a part of her life…Read more »

Ginger Kuczowicz: “The simplicity of it is beautiful.”

Ginger Kuczowicz has a mission: crafting all-natural home and skin care products and providing ecological cleaning services to encourage healthier, greener living in Philadelphia. Kuczowicz owns two different businesses, the first of which is Holistic Home LLC, an ecological cleaning service she started in 2010, and the second is a physical store called Soap Box…Read more »

Laura Sallade: “You need discipline.”

There was never any doubt in Laura Sallade’s mind about becoming an artist. Eight years after moving to Philadelphia, she’s renting additional space for the studio she’s had for the past six years, she has representation at Seraphin Gallery in  Philadelphia and MasseyLyuben Gallery in NYC, and she’s about to show 34 pieces. Sallade creates two-dimensional…Read more »

Christine Sacchi: Writing about Opera in a Way that’s Interesting to the Aficionado, Accessible to the Curious

Artistic talent and music appreciation runs in Christine Chase Sacchi’s family, but opera unexpectedly captured her heart a few years ago. In 2009, when Sacchi’s daughter traveled to Italy as part of her art education, Sacchi, a homeschooling mother of seven, wanted to hear music that evoked the experience of being in Italy. She found…Read more »