Hailed by The Washington Post as “an uncommonly fine young violinist,” and praised for her “palpable singing tone and aesthetic intelligence” (The New York Sun, New York City), violinist Joanna Marie Frankel consistently shares her unique imagination before many and diverse audiences. Ali is a boxer and a devoted father who lives in Camden, NJ. A NYC-based organization reaches out to the homeless to offer food, shelter, and health care. A newly-engaged couple takes in the sights of downtown Philadelphia. This flooded section of Camden, NJ is where many abandoned factory buildings come to die. A family plays outside in Kensington, a neighborhood in Philadelphia. A father and son spend quality time together in Kensington, a primarily Latino section of Philadelphia, PA. Kids take a break at a school in the Dominican Republic. Musicopia seeks to address the lack of music education in Philadelphia's public school system by bringing professional musicians into local schools to teach lessons and organize concerts. A car drives by a pile of scrap metal in Camden, NJ. A Baton Rouge man sheds tears of joy as a truck full of food pulls into his flooded neighborhood after hurricane Gustav.