The Calderwood Gallery and Where Magazine welcome new editor Kristina Jenkins to Philadelphia

The Calderwood Gallery (1622 Spruce Street)
inventory was created by the superb designers whose names are the hallmarks of high-style French furniture from the first half of the 20th Century. Tuesday night Gary and Janet Calderwood hosted Where Magazine’s party to introduce their new editor.

Publisher Laura Burkhardt did the honors, here with the new editor: Kristina Jenkins. Kristina was the editor for Where Magazine in the Southwest, covering Phoenix, Tucson and Denver, but wanted a change of scenery and moved East with her husband to take the position left vacant when Karen Gross left to follow her dreams in music.
Lori Klein Brennan, Thom Cardwell, Cari and Patti Klein. Patti and I just enjoyed a delicious lunch at Le Bec Fin. I hadn’t eaten there since I was a kid with my parents. The food was delicious and they have a very reasonable lunch, five-course menu for $55 or a three-course menu option priced at $35.
Where Magazine’s Kari Oriolo with James Zeleniak, Punch Media PR
Gary and Janet Calderwood chat with a friend about the new things they’ve done with Calderwood, including combining their son’s collection, Calderwood 2, which he manages on the 2nd floor.
guest looks at glam photos from the 1930’s of movie stars like Lucille Ball, Greta Garbo, Betty Grable

Whereas Calderwood Gallery is high-style French furniture from the first half of the 20th Century. Specializing in French Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Modernist and Forties design; Calderwood 2, run by son Christopher (get it the 2 stands for a couple things) is Design in the time of mod, pop, op, fab and glam
Joan Manuel Rivera and Mark Beyerle of Specialty USA, which runs tours of the City including the Philadelphia Movie Tours.
Rich Rubin and Molly O’Shea, Phila Convention Center
Janice Burnett and Beverly Hale, Best Western Philadelphia
Thanks to Janet and Gary Calderwood, Where Magazine and all the other sponsors for a wonderful party welcoming Kristina Jenkins to Philadelphia.