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FREE Year 25, No. 36


P H I L A D E L P H I A & T H E M A I N L I N E ’ S FAV O R I T E W E E K LY

Celebrating 25 Years of Community News May 19 – May 25, 2010


FIND YOUR
COMMUNITY Ten Ways to Find Magic Every Day Arts Center Collaborates
NEWS HERE! Others know how this with Philly Public School
apparent skill can change
your outlook, can inspire
you, and help you begin
to heal yourself and your
world. Right or wrong,
we need to believe there
is magic out there—
everywhere. The key is
that magic in the every
day may just be a reality
—if you know how to
Bernadette find it. Here are ten ways
Peters in Concert to find magic in the every
day.
Page 6
1. Be brutally honest
with someone who
you feel does not under-
stand you. Our isolation
causes us the greatest
heartache. Often when
we feel misunderstood, Glowing performers from Mann School and Wolf PAC
it is because we are not receive a standing ovation after their finale of
revealing ourselves. We “On the Other Side of the Fence.”
are operating out of fear,
hiding behind a mask

O
n May 12 and 13, 2010, children from Wolf Performing
that prevents others Arts Center, a non-profit performing arts center in
Education & from knowing us. That Wynnewood, and the William B. Mann Elementary
Camp News sense of separateness is School in West Philadelphia performed alongside each other
an illusion. We must as- in the children’s musical, “On the Other Side of the Fence.”
Pages 10 & 11 sert that connectedness This wonderful musical was a positive, heartwarming exam-
(though we may not feel ple of collaboration, learning, and creative expression for
it) through honesty. In each child involved. Parents, teachers, friends and families
some circles, this is call- came out in droves to support these children who rehearsed
ed “Act as if.” Act as if this production since September, and the hope is that the
you were connected to spirit of collaboration between other arts groups and
this person. Take risks Philadelphia public schools continues to flourish.
Ilie Ruby is the author of “The Language of Trees” (Avon with those whom we feel
HarperCollins). Visit her online at www.ilieruby.com. disconnected. When we
speak our truth, when
BY ILIE RUBY we face those who we fear, that sense of iso- Havertown Resident Earns

T
he ancients knew the importance lation disappears. More often than not, that
Society’s
Evening Hours
of finding magic in the every day. person with whom we share a new connec-
Theirs was a universe governed tion will be the purveyor of a gift, something
by gods and spirits. Many civi- that we have been waiting for or wanting to
Fulbright to Teach in Mexico
Page 12 lizations based their beliefs on know about. This new connection may prove

S
aint Joseph’s
the existence of a spiritual world, to be one of the strongest and most benefi- University sen-
what we might now call a magical world, a cial in our lives. ior Molly Porth

Dining &
place where good and
evil played out in
battles of sunlight and
2. Practice intuition by realizing that a
conversation starts the minute you
look someone in
has taken full advan-
tage of her time on
Hawk Hill. Always
Entertainment storms, where suffer- the eye, and respond involved and com-
Pages 6 & 7 ing people could pray to that look rather mitted to her studies,
their way out of star- than the words that Molly’s list of activi-
vation and adversi- follow. The arena ties and achieve-
ty, where gods con- of human commu- ments is long. Now,
Senior Services trolled the success- nication is the best “Fulbright recipient”
ful growth of crops, place to practice can now be added
Pages 8, 9 & 16 and where lovers and develop one’s to that list. Porth
could be swayed intuition. Many peo- received a Fulbright
by prayer and magic. ple throughout their English Teaching
This, we have lost. lives chase intuition, Assistantship to
Your Community Our folklore. Our what some call magic, teach in Mexico next
Newspaper magic. Our inspi- as though it is rare year, a fusion of her
ration in the every and elusive. In truth, interests in travel
CITY SUBURBAN day. it is available to all of Molly Porth with her father Steve, who and teaching.
NEWS In an age where us if we attune our- is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Molly, a double
we are barraged selves to it. By relat- and Executive Director of Graduate Pro- major in English and
610-667-6623 with reality media, ing to a person based grams for SJU’s Erivan K. Haub School Spanish, first got
www.Scribd.com/ it has become an on empathy and ener- of Business. Molly Porth, who graduated the idea to apply to
CitySuburbanNews uncommon thing gy rather than words, May 15, from Saint Joseph’s University, the Fulbright pro-
to look for what we are heightening our has received a Fulbright assistantship gram when studying
Find us on Facebook! slips between level of awareness and to teach in Mexico. abroad in Santiago,
words, for what developing our intuition. Chile, her junior
E-mail: is not readily Soon our intuition changes year. She was nearing the end of her time there, and wasn’t
CitySuburbanNews@mac.com apparent. Find- the way we experience ready to leave. Her father, Steve Porth ’80, Ph.D., associate
ing magic in our lives, becomes our dean for academic affairs of the Erivan K. Haub School of
the every day natural way of being, and Business, who was visiting at the time, suggested the Ful-
is a skill. For See 10 Ways to Find Magic bright as a way to continue immersing herself in the Span-
many it does not come naturally. on page 5 See Graduate Receives Fulbright Teaching Assistantship on page 5
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ognizing local gardeners for their University of the Arts present “Art to be Read,” recent works in under are free. For info call 215-
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tivity and temporality unite the pieces in this exhibition. See the
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Broad St., Philadelphia. On display through June 18. For infor-
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contact Flossie Narducci at 215-988- mentary and Alternative Medicine

City Suburban 8897, fnarducci@pennhort.org or


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features include a children’s tent, cast SportsNet anchor Neil Hartman
(CAM) options in the treatment of
common medical conditions. The
program will also explore the ben-

News to Seminary May Fest shopping opportunities galore, will be the evening’s Master of Cere-
Join your neighbors under the tent ethnic food and snacks and much monies. For dinner reservations or
at May Fest at the Seminary! Satur- more. Admission is free and the sponsorship opportunities, call the
efits and limitations of the most
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Reach Your day, May 22, 1 to 5 p.m., on the experience is priceless. For infor- Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of
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Customers! Philadelphia. Proceeds to benefit


the Lutheran Seminary and East Mt.
Airy Neighbors. Food and Refresh-
Heritage Celebration
Everyone is invited to celebrate Asian
Domestic Adoption
Program
culture at a free family festival Open Arms Adoption Network’s Life-
phia Corporation for Aging and pre-
sented by Penn Nursing Consul-
tation Services. The program will be
ment! Beer Tasting! from Brewers held at Lucien E. Blackwell West
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Philadelphia Regional Library on
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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS Floral Arranging Class


6-Week Class – Learn to make floral arrangements,
wedding bouquets, corsages & more.

purchase tickets for the JDRF 2010 Promise Ball, contact Jordan Hecht
For info & registration come to:
By Rose Marie Riley
at 610-664-9255, ext. 15. OPEN HOUSE • Sat., May 22
Plein Air Festival Noon - 5 pm
Wayne Art Center is presenting its 4th Annual Plein Air Festival May 17
CAMPtail Party
Shelly and Larry Brown, Anne and Matthews Hamilton, Marsha and Overbrook Art Center
- July 2, 2010, at the Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne. 6134 Lancaster Avenue, Phila.
A Plein Air Gala Preview and Artists Reception will be held May 22, Jeffrey Perelman are presenting a CAMPtail Party May 22, 2010, at The
Hamiltons’, Hazy Hill, 1001 Rock Creek Road, Bryn Mawr, at 6:30 p.m. (Across from UHaul)
2010, from 6 to 10 p.m. The Exhibition is in the Davenport Gallery and
open to the public May 23 - July 2, 2010. Gallery Hours are Monday The party features The Hunt and great auction items. Proceeds of the 215-473-3581
through Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. A Plein Air Workshop will be held May CAMPtail Party, benefit the organization which is committed to offering
24 - May 26, 2010, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. William Scott Jennings, 2010 juror children with serious illnesses or disorders the opportunity to enjoy a
and artist, will lead the workshop within a designated location near free, overnight camp experience in an environment that is designed to
meet their needs. For information call 610-298-1820.
One of the best things you can
Wayne Art Center. All works painted during the 5-day festival will be for
sale. Proceeds will benefit the Wayne Art Center’s educational programs.
Lobster Bake
do for yourself – REIKI
For information call 610-688-3553.
Thorncroft Equestrian Center is presenting a fun afternoon Lobster Healing • Relaxing • Invigorating
Pet Event Bake May 23, 2010, at Thorncroft, 190 Line Road, Malvern, at 4:30 p.m.
Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia present “With Love Super Adoption Proceeds of the Lobster Bake will benefit Thorncroft Equestrian Center.
Day.” This fundraising and awareness event will bring together several For information call Judy Kallmeyer at Thorncroft, 610-644-1963 or Marlene
animal welfare and rescue groups in the Philadelphia area along with judy@thorncroft.org. Reiki Master & Intuitive Empath
live music, food, and vendors selling unique products for people and pets.
The event will be held May 22, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Piazza at Schmidts Glass Season Call today to share
(2nd and Germantown Ave.) For info visit www.phillynokill.org. The National Liberty Museum is celebrating the beginning of “Glass the experience
Season,” May 25, 2010, at the National Liberty Museum, 321 Chestnut 610-896-1554
ContempraDance Theatre Dance Festival Street, Philadelphia, at 5:30 p.m. Guests will have the opportunity to pre-
ContempraDance Theatre presents an afternoon of eclectic dance works view fabulous works that will be included in the Eleventh Annual Glass www.marskichain-reikitarot.com
with choreography by artistic director Gail Vartanian. Show highlights Now Auction, and mingle with fellow glass collectors at the reception. LIVE WELL HOLISTIC HEALTH CENTER, ARDMORE
include the premiere of two new dance works, “ELLA,” an intense por- Reservations necessary, call 215-925-2800, ext. 117 or email glass@
trayal of a woman’s fear, joy and passions; a collaborative dance work with LibertyMuseum.org.
pianist Myke Knauff (currently untitled) as well as other Company reper-
toire works. Guest choreography by John Corsa (Parsons Dance Com- The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair
pany). This performance is followed by the Youth Regional Dance Festi- The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair will be held Thursday, May 27
val, a show sponsored by ContempraDance Theatre featuring dance by through Sunday, June 6. Hunters, jumpers, three- and five-gaited sad-
the region’s top youth dance companies from throughout the Philadel- dle horses, hackney and fine harness horses and ponies, breeding class-
phia. This performance will take place on May 22, 2010 at 2:30 p.m. at es, coaching competitions. Exhibitions; May 28 - 30, Reining by Stacy
the Painted Bride Art Center at 230 Vine St., Philadelphia, PA 19106. Westfall, Evenings, Wednesday through Saturday, June 6, Budweiser
Tickets are $20 and are available online at www.danceboxoffice.com or Clydesdales. Jumper classes featured evenings with $100,000 Grand Prix
by phone at 610-225-3007. Visit www.contempradancetheatre.org for info Thursday evening and $50,000 Idle Dice Stake Saturday evening. Four-
or call 610-225-3007. in-hand Coaching competitions evenings Monday through Friday. Hunter
Derby, Sunday, June 6. The Country Fair includes boutique shopping,
2010 Promise Ball midway rides, games and fine food. Located on Route 30 in Devon, PA.
The Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily except Sunday, which is 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Foundation (JDRF) is hosting its annual Promise Ball on Saturday, May General admission is $7 for adults, $3 for children under 12 and $5 for
22, 2010 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel (1200 Market Street) starting senior citizens over 65. Reserved seating is available. For ticket info, call
at 6:00 p.m. The 2010 Promise Ball will honor JDRF Founder, Lee Ducat; 610-688-2554 Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Satur-
corporate honoree, Good Neighbor Pharmacy and acknowledge JDRF’s days, 10 a.m. to noon, until May 20. Tickets may be purchased in ad-
40th Anniversary. Guests of the black-tie event will enjoy cocktails and vance at the ticket office on the show grounds. Devon is also selling tick-
THE DEVON HORSE
silent auction, dinner, music and dancing by the Eddie Bruce Band, spe- ets through TicketLeap, but ticket packages and seats for the Grand Prix
cial live auction and “Fund A Cure.” The Master of Ceremonies will be Thursday evening will not be sold over the internet in 2010. For info visit SHOW & COUNTRY FAIR
actor and entertainer, Dave King as well as Jeff Skversky of 6 ABC. To www.thedevonhorseshow.org.
Celebrating Our 114th Year
S OCIETY H ILL’ S 32 ND A NNUAL O PEN H OUSE AND G ARDEN T OUR May 27 – June 6, 2010
This year, something new has been added: six area restau-
S ociety Hill’s 32nd Annual Open House and Garden Tour
will take place on Sunday, May 23, 2010, from 1 to 5 p.m.
Tickets ($25) are now on sale for this most enjoyable, self-
rants have partnered with the tour and will offer discounts
for lunch or dinner for ticket holders only.
Benefiting Bryn Mawr Hospital
guided tour of over 10 private homes and gardens in one Sponsored by the Society Hill Civic Association, in Center A Philadelphia Tradition Since 1896
of our nation’s most historic neighborhoods. Imagine walk- City Philadelphia, the tour’s proceeds are used for neigh-
ing on the same brick sidewalks frequented by Thomas borhood improvement and beautification projects. The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair is one of the
Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. Advance ticket purchases are encouraged. To purchase a
Each year, the Society Hill Tour offers a new selection of ticket, to receive a brochure, or for info, contact the Society oldest, largest and most prestigious outdoor horse shows
exceptional homes and gardens that range in style and décor Hill Civic Association at 215-629-1288, or email: mattdejulio@ in the country. Over 100,000 spectators and 1,500 horses
from the 18th and 19th century periods to the most con- aol.com. Tickets can also be purchased on the day of the participate, from all over the United States.
temporary. According to event chairs Martha Levine and tour—at Old Pine Street Church, 412 Pine Street, Philadelphia.
Linda Skale, “Some people attend the tours for inspirational Complimentary light refreshments; rest rooms available;
design ideas they may use in their own homes.” comfortable shoes encouraged. General information: 610-964-0550
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“A 1910 CELEBRATION” AT THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA


C okie Roberts, Jerry and
Marciarose Shestack,
and Henry Lafayette Collins
III were honored at the His-
torical Society of Pennsyl-
vania’s Founder’s Award
dinner, held April 29 at the
Society. The celebration
also commemorated the
100th anniversary of the
Society’s building at 13th
and Locust Streets. The
event for 220, co-chaired by
Alice Lea Tasman and
Deborah Dilworth Bishop,
raised more than $150,000
for the Society. For informa-
tion visit www.hsp.org. Photos/Jack Scully
Attending the event are, from left – Board Chair Sarah D. Price; Event Co-Chair Alice Lea
SAY YOU SAW IT IN Tasman; Heritage Award honoree Henry Lafayette Collins III; Founder’s Award honoree Cokie
CITY SUBURBAN NEWS Roberts; Founder’s Award honoree Marciarose Shestack; Founder’s Award honoree Jerry
Shestack; President and CEO of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania Kim Sajet; and Event
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10 Ways to Find Magic Continued from front page


quota, give yourself a forgiveness quota. Forgiveness, in
addition to being a good spiritual exercise, puts your body
and mind in a restful state, which is at the heart of a healthy DON’T IGNORE
thus, enhances our ability to see magic. body image and appetite. Many people overeat out of resent-

3. Tell someone who is struggling that they already are


what they wish to be. And give examples. The power
ment. If you add forgiveness into your daily routine, you
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Many studies have shown that all it takes is one person in
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child, and the powerful effect this has on the child’s self-
8. See painting, writing, or making music as a prayer to
your soul and do a little of each every single day.
Creativity is the soul’s song. A wise person once said that
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esteem. All too often we underestimate the power of assert- the universe likes it when they work, but loves it when they Dr. Maria-Victoria G. Fernando
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9. Imagine that your lost relatives were in heaven, tell
them you love them and watch how the clouds in the
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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Upcoming Food & Entertainment
all her life. She has the ability to guide people Onstage parents to enjoy a night out. Memorial Day packages start
in choosing a positive direction for themselves. • Landis Theater, 830 East Landis Avenue in Vineland, at $539 per couple and include a $150 food and beverage
Experienced in helping detectives solve crimes, NJ, originally opened in March of 1937 as an Art Deco style credit. For reservations or info, call 866-343-6611 or visit
she believes, “Change can alter an outcome if movie theater. It closed in 1987, but through the efforts of www.goldeninn.com.
one has information!” Vineland’s Redevelopment Plan, the Landis Theater has Events
returned to its original splendor. Seating 750 patrons, the • The Haverford Township Free Library, 1601 Darby
Readings at Coyote Crossing Call 267-241-8473 or visit theater includes an elevator to the mezzanine. Dining venues Road in Havertown, PA, offers the following free programs:
800 Spring Mill Ave., Conshohocken www.PatriciaMcMonagle.com include Mori’s, where local chef, Louis May 19 at 7 p.m., Brendan Magee,
Saturdays • 7 - 10 pm & facebook. S. Ferretti, serves up to 160 guests investment advisor, author, and host
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May 22, the Theater re-opens with a program to inform investors and
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Bernadette Peters in concert at the Landis
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3900 City Avenue in rock including B.B. King, Bon Jovi, and Robert Cray. Tick- – On Sunday, May 23, the Friends of Graeme Park are invit-
ets for Danielia Cotton’s MilkBoy show are available now ing the littlest members of the community out for a tea party
Presidential Apts. • Jefferson House online at Ticketleap.com. $22 presale, $25 day of show. For with their favorite teddy bear or doll. Kids, who must be
215-477-4270 info, visit: www.danielia.com and www.milkboycoffee.com. accompanied by an adult, will be treated to ice tea, lemon-
Wine & Dine ade, cookies, brownies and other sweets and then will get
• Coyote Crossing, 800 Spring Mill Avenue in Consho- a special tour of the Keith House geared just for them!
hocken, PA, offers Chef Chris Lazorcheck’s new spring menu. There will be a craft to take home and games to play as
Enjoy warm nights, chilly cocktails, and hot Mexican dishes kids learn what it was like to be a child in the 18th century.
M a x i m i z e Yo u r B u s i n e s s ! on Coyote Crossing’s picturesque patio. On Saturday even- The cost is $10 per person and reservations are required
Advertise in ings, well-known local psychic Patricia McMonagle (267-241- and must be held with a credit card. Seatings are at 12:00
8473) is available for readings from 7 to 10 p.m. For reser- noon and 1:00 p.m. Graeme Park is located at 859 County
C i t y S u b u r b a n N e ws ! vations or info, call 610-825-3000 or visit www.coyotecross- Line Rd., just off of Rt. 611 in Horsham. For information,
ing.com. call 215-343-0965 or visit www.ushistory.org/graeme.
C a l l 610 - 6 6 7 - 6 6 2 3 • The Omni Hotel at Independence Park in Philadelphia • Family Theatre Package – Enjoy the perfect launch of
is offering an Italian-inspired overnight package Saturday, the summer season with the family and a VIP afternoon at
fo r G r e a t R a t e s & I d e a s ! June 5 - Sunday, June 6. Guests will enjoy deluxe accom- the Omni Hotel at Independence Park followed by a fan-
modations in one of the hotel’s 150 recently renovations tastically entertaining production of “If You Give A Mouse A
rooms and tickets to Pennsylvania Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet Cookie” at the Arden Theater with a VIP backstage tour on
at the Academy of Music with a backstage tour. After the Sunday, May 30, 2010! The afternoon begins with lemon-
theater, enjoy an Italian inspired evening amenity that in- ade and cookie decorating at the Omni Hotel at Indepen-

Advertise in cludes homemade Limoncello and Philadelphia’s finest hand- dence Park located at 401 Chestnut Street in the heart of
made Italian pastries from Isgro’s Pastries in South Philadel- the historic district. This afternoon culinary experience is
phia. The next morning enjoy the hotel’s signature brunch inspired by the theater production and encourages the

City Suburban at the Azalea Restaurant. Then, it is just a short walk to the young and young at heart to decorate and indulge in a
National Constitution Center for a day at the Ancient Rome delicious pre-theater treat! Then it is off to the Arden, 40
& America Exhibit featuring more than 300 artifacts from North Second Street, only a few blocks away for what might

News to Reach Italy and the United States. This package is priced at $349. be the most anticipated production of the year for the
For reservations or info, call 800-843-6664. school age set! The package is being offered at $60 and
• The Golden Inn, oceanfront at 78th Street in Avalon, includes tickets to the production, the backstage tour and
NJ, will open the 175-seat Seaglass Restaurant on Friday, the cookie decorating and lemonade at the Omni Hotel.
Your Customers! May 25, in the former dining room at The Golden Inn. Over Additional tickets may be purchased at $30 per per (adult
75 feet of glass windows, custom made and imported from and child). The cookie decorating at the Omni Hotel takes
Germany, make up the back wall of the restaurant and open place from 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., followed by a 4 p.m. performance
on sunny summer days. The menu features tapas small at the Arden Theater. Then it is off to the backstage tour
UPCOMING SPECIAL ISSUES: plates, a full dinner, lunch, and breakfast, as well as a Gluten following the show! Space is limited and reservations are
May 26 – Healthy Living, Education News, Free menu. Babysitting is available Friday and Saturday a must. Call 215-790-9901 ext. 21.
evening beginning at 7 p.m. where children enjoy dinner, E-mail releases two-weeks in advance to
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May 27 Regol Concerts Presents Elysian Camerata
June 9 – Healthy Living, Education/Camp Regol Concerts, Inc. presents the Elysian Camerata on May 22, 2010 at 6:30
June 16 – Education/Camp, Senior Services p.m. The performance will take place at Grace Presbyterian Church, 444 Old
York Road, Jenkintown, PA 19046, on the corner of Old York and Vista Rds.
& Sr. Back Page
across from the IHOP. Reservations and pre-paid tickets are a must. Ticket
Find Dining & Entertainment News prices are $18 for general admission (over 12 and under 65), $12 for seniors/
Every Week! students (with proper ID), and $5 for children under 12 years of age. There
will be a limited number of tickets sold at the door for three dollars more per
Call 610-667-6623 for details. ticket. The ticket price includes a full length classical chamber music concert
Deadline previous Thursday. followed by a delicious dessert reception. Elysian Camerata includes: Barbara
Jaffe and Jean Louise Shook – violins; Beth Dzill and Louise Jaffe – violas;
CITY SUBURBAN NEWS – Talia Schiff – cello; Rahel Inniger – piano. The program: Clarke’s Dumka for
Your Community Paper Violin, Viola, and Piano; Mozart’s String Quintet in C Minor, K. 406; and Dvorák’s
Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81. For information call 215-528-0582 or visit
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Sat., May 22, 2010 • 6:30 p.m.


Lantern Theater Company Presents The Screwtape Classical chamber music concert followed by dessert reception.
Grace Presbyterian Church
Letters, May 19 - June 6 444 Old York Road • Jenkintown, PA 19046
Tickets: $18, $12 Sr. & Students, $5 Children under 12
Anthony Lawton’s adaptation uses Lewis’ words as a
L antern Theater Company caps the 2009/10 Season with
a limited three-week engagement of Anthony Lawton’s
adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters. Opening
springboard to explore the philosophical and visceral land-
scape of Hell, incorporating tap dancing, fire-eating, and
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night is scheduled for Wednesday, May 19 at 7 p.m. and whip-work to illustrate the seven deadly sins amidst Screw-
the closing performance is Sunday, tape’s poetic letters. Lawton, who also GET READY FOR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND!
June 6. stars as Screwtape, has cultivated a
In a dark corner of Hell’s bureaucra-
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scratching out letters to his nephew,
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the Lantern that has included recent
biennial productions of his C.S. Lewis
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Main Line Art Center, located in Haverford, is proud to announce their
annual Outreach Exhibition, running May 19 - June 4, which cele-
brates the vibrant and colorful work created by participants in the
Art Center’s outreach programs. This year’s exhibition will explore
the meaning of “the space within,” both the functional, like vessels
and containers, as well as internal reflection through self-portraits,
sculpture and more, through a variety of art media. Main Line Art SPRING CLEAN SALE
Center is proud to be one of the leading visual arts organizations in
the region to make art accessible to diverse groups in our communi- Over the course
ty. Programs are designed to reach underserved audiences including of time, dust and
children, teens and adults with disabilities, at-risk youth and low-income
adults and families. Participating Programs include Delaware County
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On May 23, 2010 from 1 - 3 p.m., the hotel will plant and dedicate a memorial garden with children and their families
from across the region from Mommy’s Light Lives On Fund, The Moyer Foundation’s Camp Erin, Snowball Express and
Drexel Hill, PA
610-284-2600
Mon.-Fri. 10 am-4:30 pm
Sat. 10 am-2 pm
The Center for Loss and Bereavement. Children and their families with put plants in the
ground, host a dedication ceremony and enjoy an outdoor picnic—all provided by the
hotel.
The Embassy Suites Valley Forge has partnered with local and national bereavement WE ARE NOW OPEN!
organizations that work with children who have had a parent that died to create a garden
of life to celebrate the memory of their parent and to give these children and their fami-
lies a place to celebrate life.
“The Embassy Suites’ Family Bereavement Memorial Garden is, literally and figuratively,
a groundbreaking project for grieving children, teens and their families, as well as for the
greater community. This garden will be a place to honor the past, celebrate the present
and plant for the future,” said Munts, of Mommy’s Light Lives On Fund. “There are so
many wonderful aspects to this project, including raising awareness about the nature and 3900 City Avenue
needs of bereaved children and teens and the resources available to support them. The (at the Presidential Apts.)
garden will nourish not only these families, but the guests at the Embassy Suites who dine & Presidential Blvd., Phila., PA 19131
on meals that are prepared with herbs from the garden.”
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To Benefit the Seniors who reside at Hayes Manor
Hayes Manor
2210 Belmont Ave., Phila.
Martins Run Raises Curtain on All New Look with the
(2 Blocks from City Ave. across from Police Barracks)

Sat., June 5, 2010 • 8 a.m - 2 p.m.


Grand Opening of the Energy Club
Homemade Baked Goods • Vendor Space Avail. Residents celebrate unveiling of new state-of-the-art Energy Club featuring an indoor, heated pool
and multiple exercise rooms
For information call Joanne 215-473-1552
R esidents, staff and local
dignitaries recently gath-
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Living Community unveiled
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Additional ribbon cuttings occurred at the Juice Bar Café and outside on the patio of
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their children. In the middle of the garden stands The Helix of Myriad, a seven-foot metal
defining senior living sculpture, designed by Greg Leavitt, who said the work was inspired by “the integration
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theater with surround sound, and the new Terrace Dining Room, offering demonstration
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TENNIS E D U C AT I O N N E W S
Achievement House Charter School Hires New Principal
director of a Vermont-based super-
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ter school that educates students across As part of her duties as the
the state over the Internet, has announced instructional leader of the Achieve-
that Sue Ellen Stiver, M. EdL has been ment House Charter School, Stiver
promoted to the position of school prin- will work on the school’s curricu-
cipal. Stiver is a resident of Worthville, lum and professional develop-
PA, Jefferson County. ment plans. She will continue to
Stiver holds the distinction as one of the teach at least two classes.
school’s founding teachers. Most recently, “I am honored to be given the
she served as Head of the Achievement privilege to serve as principal of
House Charter School English Department. the Achievement House Cyber
She has five years experience working in Charter School,” said Stiver. “And
a cyber I look forward to working with
school the school’s administration and
e n v i ro n - Board of Trustees as we continue
ment and to pursue our goal of providing
is certified our students with the best public
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pal with a experience possible.”
M a s t e r ’s Stiver was selected from among
degree in 35 applicants with a recommen-
technolo- dation from CEO Timothy Daniels,
gy. Prior to Sue Ellen Stiver, M. EdL has been promoted Ed.D and by a unanimous vote of
her cyber to the position of school principal at the the Board.
charter Achievement House Charter School. “We are encouraged by Ms. Stiver’s
school strong work ethic and uncompro-
career, Stiver held a position mised commitment to student achievement,” said Daniels.
as a language arts teacher For information visit www.achievementcharter.com or
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Chang, Maestro the Lion (Dan Peterson), Jonathan Cohen, Christine Emory and Erika Bar-David.
Angela Chang is coordinating the event in fulfillment of her Senior Project.

M embers of the Lower Merion High School orchestra will present Maestro’s Musical
Carnival for elementary school children and their parents, Wednesday, May 26 at 7:00
p.m. at the Gazebo in Narberth Park, Windsor Ave. and N. Wynnewood Ave., Narberth. The
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G E T R E A D Y F O R C A M P! SUMMER CAMP AT
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Four weeks of fun Japanese cultural
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Delaware Valley Friends Holds 15th Annual Lively Arts • July 19 - 23
Tea Ceremony • July 26 - 30

Golden Rolling Pin Competition Martial Arts • August 2 - 6


Taiko Drumming • August 9 - 13
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spot recently brought in $150 at the school auction. After
sampling each of the offerings, judges rate the teams on
presentation, taste, and overall concept of their meal. Win-
ners of the Golden Rolling Pin Competition have their names
wood-burned into a gold-hued rolling pin trophy, and win
serious bragging rights among their peers. Winners are
announced at the awards ceremony at the end of the school
year.
This year’s competition was held on Wednesday, May 5.
Seven teams competed, each creating an entrée and dessert
for the judges to sample. Some of the menus from this year’s
competition included summertime pasta with fresh lump
crabmeat, grilled pepper-crusted sirloin served with aspara-
gus and potato salad, southern fried catfish with cole slaw,
Golden Rolling Pin contestants, from left – Will Martin, Ryan and beef rib-eye steal with sun-dried tomato coulis and a
Wilson, Reiss Rosenthal, Brett Scott, and Sam Finkenstaedt. drizzle of goat cheese cream served with sage potato chips.
Desserts included mud pie, white chocolate and raspberry
parfait, orange genoise cake with whipped cream and straw-
F ifteen years ago, when Norma Gottlieb was hired to teach
art at Delaware Valley Friends School (DVFS), she was
told by the then head of school that the students needed
berries, and chocolate crème brûlée.
“What I love most about this competition every year is
an outlet from their rigorous academic day. She tapped how engaged, committed, and focused the students are,”
into her strong catering background and created a cooking says Gottlieb. “In order to successfully complete their meals,
class. Her approach was to offer a sound introduction to the students must work together as a team, and they real-
food preparation with a big dose of fun. ly get into it and bond as friends and teammates—just as
Over the years, cooking classes at DVFS have had guest you would in a professional kitchen.” According to Gottlieb,
chefs, trips to restaurants and picnics. They have catered Culinary Arts is a great experience and potential career for
school events and sponsored charitable fundraisers. “The a lot of our students because it requires constant multi-
students love to cook and eat, and in culinary arts, the tasking, which many of our students with ADHD are very
students have the opportunity to experience tangible and good at, and the focus is on verbal, visual, and process skills,
immediate success every day,” says Gottlieb. The classes which also tend to be very strong in students who have
have grown in prestige and popularity over the years, and reading difficulties because of dyslexia or other language-
a number of participating students go on to top restaurant based learning differences.
and culinary schools after graduating from DVFS. The cli- Norma Gottlieb is coordinator of the Art Department and
max of the cooking classes, and a major highlight of the teaches, upper & lower school art and cooking. She has a
DVFS school year, is the Golden Rolling Pin Competition— B.F.A. in printmaking from the Philadelphia College of Art.
now celebrating its fifteenth anniversary. She was a cooking instructor at the Renfrew center in Phila-
The Golden Rolling Pin Competition began in the spring delphia, a co-owner and executive chef of Gottlieb & Stern
of 1995 when the students had lost their classmate Beth Catering Company in Connecticut and chef and manager of
Coltman in a tragic car accident, and, Gottlieb recalls, also Jill’s Vorspeise at the Reading Terminal Market. For 10 years
lost their interest in cooking. She thought a cooking con- was the co-editor of the Philadelphia Zagat Restaurant
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The competition is open to any student who has taken the based learning differences to succeed in college and in life.
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EveningHours
By Rose Marie Riley

At the Wayne Art Center for the National Council on Education


for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) reception is participating artist
Arriving at the Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education Center Magda Gluszek, of Roswell, GA, by “Eavesdroppes” and “Fashion
for the Annual Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education Benefit Victim #1.”
are, from left – honorees Fred and Irene Shabel of Rittenhouse
Square; Raye Johnson, member of the committee, and Jerry
Johnson, Chairman of the Board, of Bryn Mawr.
At the reception are, from left – Jerry Johnson, Chairman of
the Board, of Bryn Mawr; Suzanne Roberts of Rittenhouse Square;
honoree Fred Shabel, Vice Chairman, Comcast-Spectacor, of
Rittenhouse Square; Ralph Roberts, Founder and Chairman
Emeritus, Comcast Corporation, Sponsor, of Rittenhouse Square.

At the dinner,
following his job
as auctioneer
for the live
auction is Mayor
Michael Nutter
with honoree
Irene Shabel of
Rittenhouse
Square. At the reception is participating artist – Esther Shimazu, of
Attending the reception are the Buchholz Family of Flourtown, Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii by “Do As I Say, Not As I Do.”
from left – Benefit co-chair Carl Buchholz; son Carl; Benefit co-
chair Karen Buchholz; daughter Julia.
Exhibition
Annual Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis Wayne Art Center presented “Portraiture Beyond Likeness,”
and Education Benefit March 12 - April 10, 2010 in the Davenport Gallery at Wayne
Art Center, 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne. An opening
reception was held March 12, and a second reception was
The 27th annual Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education held April 1, 2010, at which time Guest Curator Jo Lauria
Benefit Champion for Children was held April 23, 2010, at presented a gallery talk. Challenging conventional notions
the Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education Center, 4842 of portraiture, “Portraiture Beyond Likeness” presented a
Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia. It’s theme – “It’s All About the select group of artists who use this genre to reveal the human
Kids.” The annual event featured a special tribute to Irene condition and explore the multiple personality traits that
and Fred Shabel for their years of leadership and dedication comprise identity. “Portraiture Beyond Likeness” was com-
to the young people at Arthur Ashe Youth and Tennis and missioned by The Clay Studio (Philadelphia), and planning
Education Center. of the exhibition was in partnership with Curator Jo Lauria.
The event began with cocktails and silent auction, followed Support for the development and planning of the exhibition
by dinner and live auction. Among the live auctioneers were was provided by the Philadelphia Exhibitions, a program of
Governor Edward G. Rendell and Mayor Michael Nutter. Co- the Philadelphia Center for Arts and Heritage, funded by
chairs were Karen Dougherty Buchholz and Carl Buchholz. The Pew Charitable Trusts and administered by the Univer-
Jerry Johnson is Chairman of the Board. Proceeds from the sity of the Arts. Nancy Campbell is Executive Director of the
annual benefit will provide opportunities for a diverse cross- Wayne Arts Center.
section of young people, especially those from under-resourced
families and communities, to make positive choices in their View City Suburban News online:
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At the reception are, from left – Linda Swain, member of the other risky behaviors, and grow into active, responsible and
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Collins, member of the Advisory Board, with his book, “History vative tennis instruction, education, life skills, and leader-
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out Philadelphia, and at the center.

About to join their table for dinner are, from left – Suzanne
Roberts of Rittenhouse Square; honoree Fred Shabel, Vice Chair-
At the reception, from left – honoree Fred Shabel welcomes man, Comcast-Spectacor, of Rittenhouse Square; Judge Marjorie At the reception, from left – Sharon Bartmann of Ardmore;
Lynne and Harold Honickman, sponsors. All of Rittenhouse O. Rendell; Ralph Roberts, Founder and Chairman Emeritus, artist Brett Thomas of Haverford, by “You & Me – Raku;” Nancy
Square. Comcast Corporation, Sponsor, of Rittenhouse Square. Campbell, Executive Director, Wayne Art Center, of Berwyn.
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Merion Station’s Dillon Shea Takes Third


SENIOR Place in Illustration Competition
CITIZENS’ M erion Station, Pa., native Dillon Shea
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heaillustration/), a 2006 graduate of Lower
Merion High School,
This annual competitive exhibition features
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GUIDE TO SPECIAL SERVICES took third place in the by its namesake in 1964, the
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tration is a juried exhi-
bition with cash prizes
His third place-win- awarded for the top
17-Step Screening System and a ning illustration pro- three entries.
proven record of service excellence. ject was the graphic
novel “The Adven- Merion Station native and
Ranked #1 by the Philadelphia Business Journal tures of Psi Man,” Lower Merion Grad Dillon
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