RIP TV Legend Dick Clark. Time writer Richard Corliss recalls the beginning's of Clark's show, 'American Bandstand': "I remember Bandstand before it was “American…” It started in 1952, when Walter Annenberg, whose Triangle Publications owned the WFIL radio and television stations, suggested an afternoon TV dance party." Read more: http://entertainment.time.com/2012/04/18/remembering-dick-clark-the-bandstand-years/#ixzz1sVPkiKnR
Watch this video of Wallis Annenberg describing the Annenberg Foundation's vision and mission: "No amount of money can solve our most pressing public problems. It is never simply how much you spend. It is how you spend it."
The Annenberg Space for Photography is a cultural destination dedicated to exhibiting both digital and print photography in an intimate environment. The space features state-of-the-art, high-definition digital technology as well as traditional prints by some of the world's most renowned photographers and a selection of emerging photographic talents as well.