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Year 29, No. 8

Celebrating 29 Years of Community News

October 23 – October 29, 2013

FIND YOUR COMMUNITY Elvis Costello Embarks on Solo U.S. Narberth Community Theatre NEWS HERE! Tour with Local Performance Nov. 10 Opens Season with Musical Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts Presents in Association with Live Nation Entertainment ?uestlove. The 12-city East Coast tour is Costello’s first major set of headlining solo dates in more than a decade kicking off in Burlington, Vermont on Nov. 2 and ending on Orono, Maine on Nov. 19.

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Elvis Costello embarks on Solo East Coast U.S. Tour with a Philadelphia stop at Merriam Theater on Sunday, November 10, at 8 p.m.

Celebrating Jewish Culture & Community Pages 8 & 10

Education News Page 9

Comedy “Nunsense”

lvis Costello embarks on Solo East Coast U.S. Tour with a Philadelphia performance at Merriam Theater on Sunday, November 10, at 8 p.m. Costello’s performance includes new work from Wise Up Ghost (re leased September 17, Blue Note Records), the collaborative album of Costello and The Roots, produced by longtime Roots associate Steven Mandel along with Costello and

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Tickets are available for $46.50 to $76.50, and can be purchased by calling 215-8931999, online at www.kimmelcenter.org, at the Kimmel Center box office, Broad & Spruce streets (open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). Elvis Costello has followed his musical curiosity in a career spanning more than 30 years. He is perhaps best known for his performances with The Attractions, The Imposters and for concert appearances with pianist Steve Nieve. Elvis Costello and The Attractions were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. During the same year he was awarded ASCAP’s prestigious Founder’s Award. There have also been a number of Grammy nominations for his recent albums When I Was Cruel and The Delivery Man. Costello has also entered into acclaimed collaborations with Burt Bacharach, The Brodsky Quartet Paul McCartney, Swedish mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter, guitarist Bill Frisell, composer Roy Nathanson, The See Elvis Costello in Philly on page 7

Narberth Community Theatre’s musical production of “Nunsense,” a musical comedy (Book, music and lyrics by Dan Goggin), November 8 - 23, at its new permanent home, the Overbrook Presbyterian Church located at 6376 City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19151. arberth Community Theatre’s musical production of “Nunsense,” a musical comedy (book, music and lyrics by Dan Goggin), will open on Friday, November 8, at its new permanent home, the Overbrook Presbyterian Church located at 6376 City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19151. Director Carol Robinson, choreographer Kenneth Fisher and music director Gary Snyder lead the production team. “Nunsense” runs November 8 through November 23. Ticket prices range from $16 - $19 and can be purchased via the website along with all performance dates and times at www.narberthcommunitytheatre.org. Call 610-352-4823 for information. “Nunsense” tells the story of five nuns from the Little Sisters of Hoboken convent. When their cook accidentally serves up some tainted soup, 52 of the sisters are poisoned and die. Forty eight have been buried and further funds are needed to bury the remaining 4, whose bodies are temporarily stored in the convent freezer. The nuns decide to put on a Variety Show in order to raise the rest of the money before the health department discovers their secret.

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Artist Recital Series Richard Stone, co-founder and codirector of Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra Tempesta di Mare, will perform solo music for lute and theorbo by Bach, Weiss, de Visée and Castaldi on Sunday, October 27 at Powel House in Center City and Sunday, November 10 at Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hill. Both performances will be at 3 p.m. Tempesta di Mare’s Artist Recital Series are intimate events in informal settings, curated, narrated and performed by Tempesta di Mare musicians. For tickets and information: www.tempestadimare.org or 215-755-8776. For information on Stone, visit www.richardstonelute.com.

MUSICAL EVENT The “New Leaf Club” (www.newleafclub.org), a Main Line, Non-Profit org., will have “Electric” tenor/songwriter, “The Derek Anthony” of Philadelphia, grace the stage on Friday, November 8 at 7:30 p.m. This event proposes a robust atmosphere filled with multigenre musical performances and visual art from local talent. It is an event for all ages to enjoy, and tickets are $10/$5 for students. For info call 610525-1711. “The Derek Anthony,” Philly’s Tenor/ Songwriter, turns over a New Leaf. Visit www.thederekanthony.com.

Borough Hall, 200 Conway Avenue (use Haverford Avenue entrance), 2nd floor, Narberth, PA 19072. $6 admission for non-members.

Richard Holmes: Falling Upwards – Chemistry and Culture Lecture

Join for an evening with celebrated author Richard Holmes, author of “Falling Upwards: How We Took to the Air. Falling Upwards” tells the story of the enigmatic group of men and women who first risked their lives to take to the air, and so discovered a new dimension of human experience. Join the Chemical Heritage Foundation on October 30 for a 6 p.m. reception and 7 p.m. lecture at the Chemical Heri“Almost All Trees” tage Foundation, 315 Chestnut St., Exhibit Philadelphia, PA 19106. Attendance is free, but registration is requirLaszlo Bagi will exhibit, “Almost ed. For visitor information, call 215All Trees” as guest Artist of the Month of Main Line Unitarian Church’s Fireside Gallery. His hand 873-8258. To register, visit: www.chemheritage.org/holmes. pulled serigraphs will be on display in the Fireside Gallery from October Music at Haverford College 27 through December 1, 2013. The Opening reception will be Sunday, October 27, from 2:00 to 4:30. He will give a short talk about his On Sunday, November 10 at 3 p.m., the Guest Artist Series at Haverford work at 3 p.m. The public is invited. The Church is located at 816 S. College presents Pianist, Leon Bates and the Borealis Wind Quintet in Valley Forge Rd., Devon. Visit www.mluc.org for information. Hours are an exciting program featuring music by Rameau, Lefebvre, Roussel, Thuille, 9:00 to 4:30 Mon. - Fri., and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. Contact Mary Ravel and Poulenc. This concert will be held in Roberts Hall, Marshall Kane at 484-341-8014 for information. Auditorium on the Haverford College Campus at 370 Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, PA. Ticket prices are $15 (Gen), $12 (Sr), $8 (Stu), $5 (7Real Money Talk For Women 17). For info, 610-896-1011 or www.haverford.edu/music/events/. The Haverford Township Free Library has teamed up with Thrivent Overeaters Anonymous Financial to present “Your Money, Your Life,” a series of programs on financial topics that affect you and your loved ones. October’s program Overeaters Anonymous – open meeting held at Kaiserman JCC, located is “Real Money Talk for Women” and will be held on Monday, October at the intersection of City Avenue and Haverford Avenue in Wynnewood, 28 at 7 p.m. Registration is not required, but highly recommended. To PA, on Mondays at 8 p.m. Beginners meeting at 7:30 p.m. For informaregister, visit www.haverfordlibrary.org/eventkeeper. The Library is tion contact 610-563-8351. located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For information, contact Mary Bear Shannon at 610-446-3082 ext. 216 or www.haverfordlibrary.org. Veteran’s Day Sub Vets Ceremony Monday, November 11, a Veteran’s Day memorial ceremony will take Philanthropist David Rubenstein Discusses the place in front of the Seaport Museum’s historic World War II-era subThree Pillars of American Independence marine Becuna. Conducted by the Delaware Valley chapter of the World David M. Rubenstein, a noted philanthropist dedicated to celebrating War II Submarine Veterans and Subvets Incorporated the ceremony and preserving American history, joins National Constitution Center begins at 11 a.m. with sub veterans ringing a bell and reading the name President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen for an intimate conversation about of every American submarine that was lost at sea. The Ceremony will America’s founding documents—the Declaration of Independence, the include with the Cruiser “Olympia” firing her signal guns and a bugler U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. The program will take place sounding “Taps.” The Museum will also offer all Veterans and active Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. Admission is FREE, but duty military free admission to the Museum and Historic Ships from 10 reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 215-409-6700 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit www.phillyseaport.org for information. or visiting www.constitutioncenter.org.

“Chasing Ice” Film Screening Friday, November 1, at 7 p.m., Peace Center of Delaware County FirstFriday Free Large Screen Film Series, 1001 Old Sproul Road, Springfield, PA, feature-documentary, “Chasing Ice,” which follows acclaimed National Geographic photographer’s Arctic quest to show the real picture of global climate change. (Documentary, PG-13 for brief strong language, 1 hr. 14 min., written by Mark Monroe and directed by Jeff Orlowski). Doors at the Peace Center open at 6:30 p.m. for light refreshments. An after-film discussion follows the film. For information or directions, visit www.delcopeacecenter.org or call 610-544-1818.

Orchids: Everything You Need to Know Orchid enthusiasts for over 30 years, winners of numerous awards, Jim and Lois Duffin will enchant the Narberth Area Garden Club on Thursday, November 7, 2013, with the history and romance of orchids, and discuss maintenance and propagation, provide a potting demonstration, and offer and interesting and unusual selection of orchids for sale from their orchid nursery in Wyndmoor, PA. At 7:15 p.m. at the Narberth

MCCC Writers’ Club to Hold Coffeehouse at Campus Store

The Writers’ Club of Montgomery County Community College will hold a coffeehouse on Thursday, November 14, from 7 - 10 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble Campus Store, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell. Writers and performers of all experience levels are encouraged to bring their poetry, fiction and songs. The event is free and is open to the community. For information, call the Campus Store at 215-641-6600.

Music at Haverford College On Sunday, November 17 at 3 p.m., the Guest Artist Series at Haverford College presents The Orlando Consort. Their 25th Anniversary Program features songs from Machaut’s “Le Voir Dit” along with ‘Hits of the C15th and Orlando Consort favorites.’ This concert will be held in Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium on the Haverford College Campus at 370 Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, PA. Ticket prices are $15 (Gen), $12 (Sr), $8 (Stu), $5 (7-17). For information 610-896-1011 or www.haverford.edu/music/events. Say You Saw It in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS!

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Historian Discusses New Book on JFK On the eve of the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, historian Robert Dallek returns to the National Constitution Center to discuss his latest book “Camelot’s Court: Inside the Kennedy White House.” Dallek will sit down with National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. One of the most anticipated nonfiction new releases of the fall, Camelot’s Court explores the two principle international affairs matters that occupied Kennedy during his brief presidency – Cuba and Vietnam – and the advisors whose powerful influence forever shaped his legacy. Admission starts at $25, and is FREE for 1787 Society members. A copy of “Camelot’s Court: Inside the Kennedy White House” is includ-

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Work by David Lynch, Liz Osborne, and Moe Brooker among 21 artists in auction he Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) hosts a Benefit Auction to raise funds to establish “The Giovanni Martino Family Scholarship” and to complete “The Murray Dessner Memorial Graduate Travel Prize.” The Benefit Auction will be held on Saturday, October 26, from 6 - 8 p.m. in the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Gallery in PAFA’s Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building, located at 128 North Broad Street, Philadelphia. Admission to the auction is free. “This is an extraordinary opportunity for collectors to acquire work of a very high quality while supporting the education of highly talented future American artists,” says David R. Brigham, PAFA’'s President and CEO. A total of 33 works of art created by 21 artists will be part of the Benefit Auction, including select works from Giovanni, Eva, Nina and Babette Martino, as well as PAFA faculty and alumni, and works by the late Murray Dessner. Also included will be artworks by Martha Armstrong; Jan Baltzell; Mark Blavat; Moe Brooker; Jeffrey Carr; Anthony Ciambella; Tom Csaszar; Alex Kanevsky; David Lynch; Doug Martenson; Dan Miller; Scott Noel; Elizabeth Osborne; Tom Palmore; Jill Rupinski; and Bruce Samuelson. The works will be on view October 25 and 26, 2013 during Museum hours (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) in PAFA’s Samuel M. V. Hamilton Building. Admission to preview the work is included in Museum admission. Alasdair Nichol, Freeman’s Vice Chairman, will preside over the Benefit Auction. To view images of the works and to register for the Benefit Auction, visit pafa.org/benefitauction.

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Renowned Artists Cesar Viveros, Philadelphia, and Joel Garcia, Mexico City – Join Festivities November 2 hroughout Mexico and around the world, Day of the Day (DĂ­a de los Muertos) brings family and friends together This Saturday, October 26 to pray for and remember loved ones who have died. Far from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Rain Date - Sunday) a morose affair, Day of the Dead is a celebration, rich in traditions and connections—it is at heart a celebration of life. Along the 4200 Block of Main Street On Saturday, November 2, 1 to 4 p.m., the Penn Museum from Rector to Pensdale presents the second annual Day of the Dead Celebration, with pageantry, music and dance, storytelling, paper machĂŠ 50+ Vendors from the Tri-State Area: artistry, sugar skull and mask making, face painting, special Antiques • Collectibles • Vintage Furniture foods and more. Central to the afternoon, visitors can shake hands with a newly created 16-foot “La Catrinaâ€? 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Al DĂ­a Media and GPTMC altar in the days leading up to the Museum’s second annual are additional sponsors. Day of the Dead Celebration, Saturday, November 2 from 1 to Day of the Dead altars honor 4 p.m. Photo/Courtesy of Cesar Viveros the lives of those who have 4(%/54,%43!43!.$3"%4(,%(%-n&!3()/.-%%43&!"5,/53 passed. Creating these altars is one of the most important traditions during Day of the Dead in Mexico—and in Mexican$ American and Latino communities worldwide. The modern Mexican holiday is a rich blending of traditions, its origins traced back to beliefs and activities of indigenous peoples of Central and South Mexico, as well as Catholic celebrations of All Saints Day and All Souls’ Day. The altars have three levels: one for food and flower offerings to those who have died, and one that touches on religious traditions, including the pre-Hispanic tradition that to remember someone is to “bring them backâ€? among the living. The final level dedicates the altar to someone. This year, in honor of the centenary of his death, the altar honors Mexican cartoonist and illustrator/artist Jose Guadalupe Posada, 1852–1913. Posada, a keen political commentator, is best known for his famous rendering of La Catrina—the Elegant Skull, an image now synonymous with the Day of the Dead celebration. Featuring artwork from the Eyes Gallery, the altar will be created by renowned Philadelphia artist Cesar Viveros, and Mexican Cultural Center Director Cecilia Humphreys. Complementing the altar, a giant puppet, created by Ms. Humphreys with support from Spiral Q Puppet Theater, brings La Catrina vividly to life. STEELWORKS BUFFET & GRILL NOW OPEN! 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By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA, presents one night of laughs when legendary comedy duo, Cheech & Chong reunite and perform together on Sunday, October 27 at 7:30 p.m. More than four decades have passed since Richard Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong appeared in a cloud of smoke on the national stage taking their hilariously irreverent, satirical, counter-culture, no-holds-barred comedy routines to higher level defining an era and a marijuana-addled, rockloving laid-back lifestyle. 18 +. For tickets ($57.50 & $67.50) or info, call 215-572-7650 or visit www.keswicktheatre.com. • Philadelphia Chamber Music Society presents the Orion Quartet, Wednesday, October 30, 8 p.m., at the Perelman Theater – Kimmel Center in Philadelphia performing Haydn: Quartet in G Minor, Op. 20, No. 3; Bridge: String Sextet; Schumann: Quartet in A Minor, Op. 41, No. 1. Consistently beguiling and technically impeccable, the Orion Quartet has long been a favorite of PCMS audiences. Following bravura performances at the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts and at the Seaport Museum, they’ll bring their singular “persuasive powerâ€? (New York Times) back to the Perelman Theater with special guests Michael Tree, viola and Marcy Rosen, cello. For tickets ($24, $10 for students) or info, call (215) 569-8080 or visit www.pcmsconcerts.org. Halloween Events • Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, NJ, presents the CasbahCon Halloween Bash & costume party in The Casbah Night Club, October 26. This Comic-Con spin-off allows fans of everything and anything fantasy to dress up as their favorite characters for a chance to win their share of $5,000 in prizes. Doors open at 10 p.m. Cover charge is $20. Scottie and JoJo, hosts of the Morning Edge on WMGM 103.7 FM, will host in addition to judging the costumes based on four categories: best male and female, best duo, best group, and best overall. DJ’s for the evening will be DJ Freezie and DJ Daily. For reservations, call 609-350-5749 or visit www.trumptaj.com. • Landis Theater, 830 East Landis Avenue in Vineland, NJ, presents the Atlantic City Ballet’s original production of Dracula, Sunday, October 27, at 4 p.m. Since 2006, Dracula has mesmerized audiences with its spell bounding choreography, beautiful costumes, and captivating music. For tickets ($33 - $28 - $18) or information, call 609-804-1995 or visit www.acballet.org.

Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA, presents legendary comedy duo, Cheech & Chong, Sunday, October 27 at 7:30 p.m. • Le Viet, 1019 South 11th Street in Philadelphia, will send your taste buds on a fiery journey to hell and back during their Hell Nights, from Tuesday, October 29, through Thursday, October 31, offering a menu to ignite your taste buds with scorching renditions of Vietnamese classics. If the heat is too much to handle, Le Viet is offering one complimentary glass of milk to cool you down. For reservations or information, call 215-463-1570 or visit www.levietrestaurant.com. • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, 3 West Gay Street in West Chester, PA, hosts their annual Gathering of the Gourds, Saturday, October 26, at 12 noon, a celebration of squash, pumpkin and all things fall. Wear pumpkin-themed costumes and enjoy a menu of tasty pumpkin and squash dishes to complement the array of more than a dozen pumpkin beers from Iron Hill and other craft beers brought in especially for the event. In addition to the beer offerings, they will tap a special Pumpkin Firkin at 3 p.m. Gourd-centric menu dishes will range in price from $4.95 to $24.95. For reservations or info, visit www.ironhillbrewery.com. E-mail releases two-weeks in advance of publication date to jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format above.

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the whole family. Join the South Street Headhouse District for a day of pumpkin decorating, circus performances, lively music, interactive On Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m., South Street ceramic art, hay rides and many more features underneath at the HisHeadhouse District’s annual fall extravaganza is back for its 5th year in toric Headhouse Square Shambles. For updates and information, visit a row! Each year, hundreds of area families attend this celebration and www.southstreet.com. this year’s event promises even more entertainment and activities for

Witches of Narberth Scavenger Hunt At 1 p.m., on Saturday, October 26, kids are invited to get a head start on Halloween at the Witches of Narberth scavenger hunt in downtown Narberth. This free family event sends kids of all ages to roam throughout Narberth’s downtown, collecting treats and searching for witches. Costumes are optional, but all hunters should bring a bag for treats. Once they find all thirteen witches, kids return to the start for a Halloween prize. The hunt goes until 4 p.m. or while prizes last. More info at www.narberthonline.com

Halloween Singles Dance and Social Professional and Business Singles Network sponsors a dance Saturday, October 26, 2013 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, 260 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia 8 p.m. to Midnight. Admission is $15. PBSN’s DJ, will be spinning your favorite Top 40 dance hits from the 60’s to present. Just drop in. 40s and 50s Plus singles welcome. Membership is not required. Costumes Optional or Casual Fall attire; please, no jeans or sneakers. Come at 6:45 p.m. for Cha Cha Dance Instruction included with admission. For info call Bob 610-805-5827. Visit www.PBSNinfo.com.

Ocean City Murder Mystery Murderous Night at the Museum, a Murder Mystery comedy with audience interaction presented by the Ocean City Theater Co. Join the exciting fun at the Music Pier, 7:30 p.m. on October 26 and 2 p.m. on the October 27. All tickets are $10. Call 609-525-9300 or www.ocnj.us/boxoffice.

Boo! An Instensely-Spookin’ Jazz Party Boo! It’s a jazz concert. It’s a Halloween party Thursday, October 31 & Friday, November 1, at 8 p.m. It’s a blender of sounds and experiences set to scare the “Boo!� out of you. Trombonist and arranger Steve Tirpak (The Roots) leads a unique group of costumed Philadelphia performers in a journey from straight ahead to avant garde jazz, contemporary R&B to Classic Blues and Hip Hop compositions. Centered around scary elements and sounds, the performance will feature Halloween classics with experimental frightening soundscapes. Audience members are encourSee Halloween Happenings on page 7


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Upper Darby High School Presents Musical – You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown pper Darby High School proudly presents the musical You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown on October 25 at 7:30 p.m. and October 26 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10. Children 12 and under save $1. The show is recommended for children ages 8 and up. The theater is located at 601 North Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill. Tickets may be purchased online at www.udpac.org or by calling the Box Office at 610-622-1189. The Box Office is open Monday through Friday from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Parking is free. You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown is a 90 minute musical based on the characters created by cartoonist Charles M. Schulz in his comic strip, Peanuts. Though considered a “good man” by his friends, Charlie Brown (Dave Lugowski of Drexel Hill) can’t seem to win the heart of the Little Red-Haired Girl (Rachel Staico of Drexel Hill) Dave Lugowski of Drexel Hill as Charlie or his friend Lucy (Angelique Brown and Angelique Bruce of Drexel Hill Bruce of Drexel Hill) who has as Lucy appear in “You’re a Good Man, a crush on the piano-playing Charlie Brown” on October 25 at 7:30 p.m. Schroeder (Joshua March of and October 26 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at Upper Darby). Meanwhile the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. Snoopy (Dean Galiffa of Drexel Hill) and Linus (Will Daniels ADVERTISE YOUR RESTAURANT OR ENTERTAINMENT RELATED of Drexel Hill) daydream and the rest of the friends battle with kites, school, BUSINESS IN THIS POPULAR SECTION EVERY WEEK! baseball and misunderstandings before finally coming to realize what makes them truly happy. The show won the 1999 Tony Award for neW! – VISIT OUR HAUNTED: GRAVEYARD, CELLAR, & WOODS! Best Revival of a Musical and features songs “My New Philosophy,” “Me and My Blanket” and “Happiness.” Upper Darby High School’s fall show staff includes alums Kevin Dietzler, Director and Abby Shunskis, Choreographer. The Music Director is Harry Dietzler with Costume Design by Tim Bruno.

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The cast of “Nunsense” is led by Rosemary Gehrlein (Reverend Mother) with Jeannine Loughran (Sister Hubert), Betsy Oliphant (Sister Robert Ann), Diane Christiano (Sister Amnesia) and Maria Leonetti (Sister Leo). Narberth Community Theatre has been entertaining the Philadelphia and Mainline communities for well over 50 years. Come out and support this organization’s theatre! Its 20132014 Season will continue in the spring with productions of “All Shook Up” and “Born Yesterday.”

Elvis Costello in Philly Continued from front page

Charles Mingus Orchestra, record producer and songwriter T Bone Burnett and Allen Toussaint. In addition, his songs have been recorded by a great number of artists. The list of performers reflects his interest in a wide range of musical styles: George Jones, Chet Baker, Johnny Cash, No Doubt, Solomon Burke, June Tabor, Howard Tate, the gospel vocal group The Fairfield Four, to name a few. In 2003, he began a songwriting partnership with his wife, the jazz pianist and singer Diana Krall, resulting in six songs included in her highly successful album The Girl In The Other Room. In December 2008, Costello launched the inaugural season of his internationally acclaimed music television series Spectacle: Elvis Costello with… A compelling blend of the best of talk and music television with an extraordinary and eclectic array of guests joining host Elvis Costello to chat, perform and share their passion for all kinds of music. First season’s guests included: Sir Elton John, Tony Bennett, Lou Reed, Julian Schnabel, Smokey Robinson, The Police (Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers), James Taylor, Herbie Hancock, Rufus Wainwright, Rosanne Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Diana Krall, John Mellencamp, Jakob Dylan, She & Him (Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward), Norah Jones, Jenny Lewis, Renée Fleming and President Bill Clinton. The second season of Spectacle will begin airing in late 2009 and feature guests including Bono & The Edge, Neko Case, Sheryl Crow, Lyle Lovett, John Prine, Ron Sexsmith, Bruce Springsteen, to name a few. On June 2, 2009 Hear Music released Costello’s “Secret, Profane & Sugarcane.” Produced by T Bone Burnett and recorded by Mike Piersante during a three-day session at Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studio, “Secret, Profane & Sugarcane” debuted at #13 on the Billboard 200, Costello’s highest album chart position since 1980’s Get Happy. Following its release, Costello toured extensively with the featured musicians on the album dubbed the Sugarcanes – Jerry Douglas, Stuart Duncan, Mike Compton, Jeff Taylor and Dennis Crouch.

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aged to come decked in costume for the occasion. Come for the ambiance and stay for the music. Spirits of all kinds. $20 in advance, $25 day of show. Members $15/$18.75. Visit www.paintedbride.org for info.

Paranormal Investigation at Graeme Park The Friends of Graeme Park are partnering with a paranormal investigation group to take visitors on an exploration into the truth behind the legends of the ghosts that have haunted Graeme Park since the early 19th century. Past investigations have turned up the spirits of 18th century residents Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson, Dr. Graeme and a host of servants. Small groups will explore various indoor and outdoor areas at Graeme Park using photo and voice recording equipment. Results from past investigations will also be presented. Refreshments included. The investigation is being held on November 2 from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. and is $50/person. Reservations required. Call 215-343-0965 for details. Graeme Park is located at 859 County Line Rd., just off of Rt. 611 in Horsham. Directions are available at www.graemepark.org. Call 610-667-6623 Today to Advertise Your Thanksgiving & Hanukkah Specials Here!

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Shabbat Celebration Honoring Our Founders: An Evening of Stories and Memories Friday, October 25, 2013, explore MLRT’s history and view memorabilia from our past during this special Shabbat celebration that includes a roundtable discussion with founding members. Reception and traditional Mediterranean dinner at 6 p.m.; Shabbat Evening Service at 8 p.m. RSVP for dinner ($18/person) to Beth Lloyd at 610-649-7800 or blloyd@ mlrt.org. Main Line Reform Temple, 410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood; 610-649-7800.

“From the Heights of Alaska to the Golan Heights” Chabad of Penn Wynne and the Kaiserman JCC Present: “From the Heights of Alaska to the Golan Heights,” An evening with Rabbi Israel Haber, Former United States Air Force Chaplain on Monday, October 28, 7:30 pm, at the Kaiserman JCC, 45 Haverford Rd., Wynnewood. Rabbi Israel Haber has traveled the world talking about his amazing and truly unique adventures. His story of triumph and hope, told with humor and wit will keep you laughing all night long. Rabbi Haber combines just the right amount of inspiration and humor, to leave you feeling entertained and uplifted! This is a treat for the heart, mind, body and soul! Cost: $8 in advance, $10 at the door. For info or reservations, call 610-529-9011 or email info@chabadpennwynne.org or visit www.ChabadPennWynne.org.

Museum Extends Pay What You Wish In response to the good will and appreciation expressed by so many visitors for the Pay What You Wish policy implemented during the government shutdown, The National Museum of American Jewish History has decided to extend Pay What You Wish Admission through the end of October. The National Museum of American Jewish History is located at 101 South Independence Mall East at the corner of Fifth and Market Streets in Philadelphia. For information on the Museum, the public may call 215-923-3811 or visit http://www.nmajh.org.

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TIKVAH/AJMI 16th Annual Brunch and Silent Auction From left – Rabbi Ephraim Levin, chair, Brunch Committee; Helene Steinberg, Tikvah/ AJMI executive director; Joyce Kravitz, president of Tikvah/ AJMI, meeting with other committee members to plan the November 24 TIKVAH/AJMI 16th Annual Brunch and Silent Auction, honoring Righteous Person Award-winner Michael J. Covone, former Deputy Health Commissioner. The Champagne Brunch takes place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Temple Beth Hillel – Beth El, 1001 Remington Road, Wynnewood, PA 19096. Call 215-832-0671 for reservations. Photo/Bonnie Squires

TEMPLE BETH HILLEL – BETH EL EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER EXTENDS HOURS FOR WORKING FAMILIES

The 33rd Annual Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival (PJFF) of The Gershman Y presents 18 films from 14 countries running for two weeks from November 2 through November 16 at nine different venues throughout the city. With 11 Philadelphia premieres, the upcoming Festival feahe Temple Beth Hillel – Beth El Early Childhood Center tures five documentaries, six comedies, and eight dramas. Tickets start(ECC) has extended their hours and added a classroom ing at $12, with student and senior discounts available, may be purchased for younger children. Due to requests from families, the ECC by calling 215-545-4400 or visiting www.pjff.org. is now opening at 7:30 a.m. and stays open until 6:00 p.m. Judith Scarani, ECC Director, says, “Our programs need to be Every Wednesday Pick Up Your FREE Copy of welcoming to all families. Parents have been very happy with City Suburban News! the flexibility to drop their children off early in the morning.” In addition to extended hours, the ECC has added a new classroom for children aged 3 months to 18 months. This brand new classroom includes state of

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C EofLDirectors E B R A TofI N G J EBeth W I Hillel-Beth S H C U LElTwelcome URE & CO MMUNITY abbi Neil S. Cooper and the Board Temple two talented and experienced professionals to its professional staff. Rabbi Marc Israel will assume the position of Associate Rabbi, and Judith Scarani will be the new Director of the synagogue’s Early Childhood Center. The entire community is invited to join Temple THE A & to LPHI ADE Organist PHIL Beth Hillel-Beth El at a Welcome BBQ on June 5 from 5 - 7 p.m. as they welcome Rabbi World-ClassFree Concer t Works Development Israel and Ms. Scarani to the congregation. FREE l FeaturesGrowth &Perform J YOUR Rabbi Marc Israel has been the Rabbi Educator – Director of Education and CongreE FIIND Person Festivaned Artists• Preschool & kindergarten NSID ITY First by Renow COMMUNERE! Congregation in Chevy Chase, theon past gational Programming at Ohr KodeshSenior (Infants - Kindergarten) Living Residence, HostsMaryland, Break thefor Fast Saturday September 14 NEWS H eight years. Rabbi Israel, an innovative and talented educator, is recognized for creating • Before & after-school s the High the Holygenerations. Days apquality programming across His outgoing personality will serve him well programs (Grades K-5) proach, Symphony Square in the congregation. As the Associate Rabbi at • Camp KEF! Day Camp as he builds relationships and connections Living Old Lanof- the Religious School. In addition, he will be inTBH-BE, RabbiSenior Israel will be at the35director CITY SUBURBAN NEWS August 28 – September 10, 2013 Health & Fitness caster of Road in Bala Cynwyd volved in all aspects congregational life, by joining Rabbi Cooper through participation • TRX, Yoga, Pilates, the public to joinminyanim, resinvites lifecycle in the organization’s events, services and programs. The synagogue Zumba & FREE group families andboundless their guestsenergy, passion for Judaism, and commitment to CELEBRATING JEWISH CULTURE & COMMUNITY looks forward idents, to Rabbi Israel’s exercise classes to share in a traditional Break children and families. Both Rabbi Israel and Ms. Scarani will assume their respective re • Fitness center with thethe Fast dinner ononSaturday, synagogue July 1. sponsibilities at dedicated cycling loft & at 4:30 teacher to 7:30 at Perelman Jewish Day School, where she is September Judith Scarani has been14 a master BONUS indoor track p.m. Planning the meal involved in creating curriculum and includ supervising new teachers in addition to her responsiSAVINGS! • Personal Training ing white fish salad, lox, bilities as a kindergarten teacher. Shetuna has twenty years of experience in early childhood • Indoor and outdoor fish, egg salad, kugel and much education. Judith’s passion for and dedication to nurturing young children will serve her pool with lessons for all more, Chef Vincent Free wireless internet is now available everywhere in the senior living community well in this new roleExecutive and the synagogue looks forward to having her lead its team of talages and abilities, COMMUNITY will put a spread LaMonte ented teachers. Judith joins anout Early Childhood Center staff that is committed to promotgroup classes, swim mer, it will be a great resource for comartins Run announces that wireFLEA MARKET to satisfy all those who have ing a joyful, relaxed, non-pressured environment that is rich in experiences fostering imagclinics and swim team municating with students,” said Gaile less internet service is now free Come and browse items fasted for the and priorindependence. 24 hours from curiosity, ination, creativity • Gymnastics classes M. Pohlhaus Ph.D., Professor Emerita and accessible from anywhere those who tons of local vendors and shop Beth and Hillel-Beth El is ahaven’t vibrant,but Conservative synagogue in Wynnewood, PA. Rabbi Temple • Kids sports classes: from the Department of Theology within the senior living commusharing in join the tradition. ‘til your heart’s content. Soccer, basketball, Marc Israel andenjoy Judith Scarani a professional team that consists of Rabbi Neil S. Cooper, and Religious Studies at Villanova nity’s campus. Residents and visiP 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 advice residents, t-ball, floor hockey Hazzan EugeneWith Rosner, andfrom Executive Director Kenneth Krivitzky. 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Glass Hanukkah Menorahs Exhibit at Gershman Y “A Touch of Glass” Lights Up Gershman Y’s Borowsky Gallery October 17 - December 8 n a unique celebration of Jewish tradition, the Gershman sanctity,” explained Curator Miriam Seidel. The celebration of Hanukkah, known as the Festival of Lights, Y presents “A Touch of Glass,” an exhibit of glass Hanukkah menorahs, or Hanukkiot, in the Borowsky Gallery run- commemorates the first fight for religious freedom in Jewish ning Thursday, October 17 through December 8, 2013. This history. In 165 B.C.E., a small group of Jews led by Judah Maccabee rebelled against the Syrian invitational exhibition will feature the king Antiochus, who required all of his work of twelve glass artists from all subjects to practice the Greek religion. over the United States, as well as Canada Victorious, the Jews returned to Jerusaand Australia. lem to rededicate the Temple by reAll the work in the exhibit will be for lighting the great Menorah. Although sale with prices starting at $150. The they found a single flask of oil that was Gallery hours will be: Wednesdays and supposed to have burned for only one Thursdays, noon to 8 p.m., Tuesdays, day, the oil miraculously lasted for Fridays and Sundays, noon to five p.m., eight days instead. This was the first closed Saturdays and Mondays. AdmisHanukkah, which means “dedication” sion to the exhibition is free. On Wednesin Hebrew. The central ritual object of day, October 30 at 6 p.m., the Gallery Hanukkah, the menorah holds eight will host a free talk on the history and candles, plus one more used to light contemporary interpretations of the the other candles, one more each day Hanukkah menorah by Executive Diuntil they are all lit on the eighth day. Hanukkah menorah by Ede Horton. rector Linda Steinberg and Curator On Wednesday, October 30 at 6 p.m., the Lighting the Hanukkah menorah enables Miriam Seidel. The artists in “A Touch of Glass” bring Gallery will host a free talk on the history the user to perform the commanda wide range of aesthetic choices to and contemporary interpretations of the ment of remembering the miracle of their work, and succeed in revealing Hanukkah menorah by Executive Director Hanukkah. Linda Steinberg and Curator The menorah is the oldest and most many different facets of the medium. authentically Jewish symbol. The first Miriam Seidel. Steve Resnick, a noted Judaica artist menorah was built for the tabernacle based in Silver Spring, MD, creates delicate etched-glass patterns within the standing menorah shape. in the desert, and is described in Exodus 37:17-18 and NumThe California glass artist Bella Feldman has contributed a bers 8:1-2. A menorah was placed in the Temple in Jerusathick, sculptural glass form meant to evoke the Jewish lem (I Kings 7 [First Temple] and Zechariah 4:2-4 [Second Second Temple in which the oil miraculously burned for Temple]) and is depicted on the Arch of Titus being carried eight days. For Eunsuh Choi of Rochester, NY, the menorah away by Roman soldiers as well as in extant synagogues becomes a transparent tree of life, while the clean, timeless dating from the Third Century CE. Since 1991, the Borowsky Gallery has established a repuforms of Australian Ede Horton’s Hanukkah menorahs seem to capture pure color essences. The Canadian Jacques Rivard tation as an art space devoted to innovative, thought-probuilds his Hanukkiot from small blocks of recycled glass, voking shows in all media, of interest to Jewish audiences and Shards Studio of Peabody, MA will contribute a painted- and the wider cultural community. Founded by Laurie Wagman and Irvin J. Borowsky, the Gallery seeks to affirm the spiriglass interpretation of the Hanukkah menorah. “Glass, with its ability to reflect and transform light, is a tual and communicative contributions of the arts to our priuniquely appropriate medium in which to embody the Hanuk- vate lives and public culture. The Gershman Y is located at 401 South Broad Street, kah menorah. For Jewish families, it also conveys traditional metaphors for the concept of light—hope, renewal and Philadelphia, PA 19147. For information, call 215-735-7356.

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ovember 9-10 is the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the infamous “Night of Broken Glass” when synagogues were desecrated and thousands of Jewish businesses throughout Germany were destroyed. The violence, ignored by the world, marked a turning point in Nazi persecution of the Jews. On Sunday evening, November 10, Har Zion Temple will observe the anniversary with a performance of “Stars in the Dust,” a cantata by Samuel Adler and the late Samuel Rosenbaum. An accompanying exhibit of posters and video testimony curated by the Anti-Defamation League and the Consortium of Holocaust Educators will emphasize what the musical work relates. Representatives from Action Reconciliation Services for Peace, a group that places young German volunteers in Jewish service organizations around the world, will also be in attendance. Adler, an acclaimed composer of both secuHar Zion Cantor Eliot Vogel will be the lar and liturgical works who has served on the soloist for a performance of “Stars in the faculty of The Julliard School since 1977, will Dust,” a cantata commemorating be in attendance to share vivid memories of Kristallnacht, on November 10. what he experienced as the ten-year-old son of a cantor in Manheim, Germany, in 1938. “Stars in the Dust” is informed by that experience and interweaves traditional German Jewish melodies, recognizable to anyone who attends synagogue, along with other influences. The score combines with Rosenberg’s searing, historical text in a work of profound spirituality. Jonathan Coopersmith, the chair of musical studies at Curtis Institute of Music, will conduct the composition for chamber orchestra, voices and narrator. Performers include members of the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Philadelphia Singers. Broadcast personality Larry Kane is the narrator and Har Zion Temple Cantor Eliot Vogel is the soloist. Visiting memorial sites in Germany dedicated to the victims of the Holocaust compelled Cantor Vogel to mark the Kristallnacht anniversary with a special program at Har Zion. “Remembering the past will at times leave us upset, pained or angered,” he said. “If so, then we should use those feelings to overcome the inertia that keeps us from acting in a world that cries out for our response.” The evening will begin at 7 p.m. with an interfaith clergy procession in the front of the sanctuary to light candles in honor and in memory of the synagogues destroyed on Kristallnacht. For information call 610-667-5000 or visit www.harziontemple.org.

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Tour “Horsham’s Most Haunted House” this Halloween at Graeme Park raeme Park will be hosting its annual Haunted Moonlight Halloween tours on Friday, October 25 at 7, 7:30, 8, 8:30, 9 and 9:30 p.m. The tours are $15/person and run on a first-come, first-served basis, so it is suggested visitors arrive approximately 15 minutes before the desired tour time to ensure availability. Light refreshments are included in the cost. Ask most longtime Horsham residents what they know about Graeme Park, and they’ll tell you it’s haunted! Mysterious smells, muffled voices, footsteps on the stairs, and trouble with electronic equipment are just some of the things the staff and volunteers deal with regularly, but the stories and legends go back to the early 19th century. On the surface, Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson, mistress of Graeme Park in the late 18th century, seemed to have it all. She was the granddaughter of the former Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania and the daughter of a prominent Philadelphia physician. She was well-educated and well traveled, a noted poet, and salon hostess who moved in elite circles and held her own intellectually with her male counterparts. She was however, unlucky in love and a victim of circumstances when she got caught up in the politics of the Revolution, and it all went wrong for her very quickly. Her possessions were sold at auction and she was at risk of losing her home. Rumors of her husband’s infidelity were spreading through Philadelphia and her very loyalty to the American government was called into question. Did the events which haunted Elizabeth during her life prevent her from retiring peacefully after her death? Reports of her ghostly presence have been circulating since 1801, just months after her death, when her friend Betsy Stedman reported “passing her on the stairs” of the Keith House at Graeme Park. Could Mrs. Strawbridge, the 20th century owner of the house, have been mistaken when she heard “the rustle of her skirts?” Surely the pilots from the nearby Willow Grove Naval Air Station weren’t imagining things every time they saw mysterious lights over the pond? Visitors will hear the details of these reports and many others interwoven with the story of Elizabeth’s life. Costumed actors bring to life the events which may contribute to Elizabeth’s unrest and relay some of the stories that have “haunted” the Keith House since the dawn of the 19th century on these candlelit tours. Call 215-343-0965 for details. Directions are available at www.graemepark.org. Graeme Park is operated by the Friends of Graeme Park through an agreement with the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission and owned by the state of Pennsylvania. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is a National Historic Landmark. Built in 1722, the Keith House is the only surviving residence of a colonial Pennsylvania governor. Graeme Park is located at 859 County Line Rd., just off of Rt. 611 in Horsham. Regular operating hours are Friday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. - 4 p.m., last tour each day at 3 p.m.; admission is charged for tours of the Keith House. Persons with disabilities who need special assistance or accommodation should call 215-343-0965 in advance to discuss their needs. Pennsylvania TDD relay ser vice is available at 800-654-5984.

On Sunday, October 27 at 3 p.m., a costumed cast of characters present a magical program of Cowboys, Fairies, Elves and Valkyries and more. Don’t miss this hilarious (and educational) program lovingly created for families to enjoy together. Featuring “Character” pieces from Carmen to Hansel and Gretel, Don Quixote to Don Juan, Dorothy to the Grinch; classical songs, arias from opera, Broadway musicals and film classics. Q & A time for the audience and singers to interact. Lyric Fest is committed to sharing great music with kids. With Guest Artists: Rebecca Carr, Jeffrey Halili, Jessica Lennick, Chad Somers, Jason Switzer, Chrystal Williams. Open to the public. For tickets visit: www.lyricfest.org. Adults $10, Children $5. Main Line Reform Temple, 410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood; 610-649-7800.

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“Research and development is a huge part of our job at Fright Fest,” Mandile said. “Each year, we focus on introducing new attractions that give guests new reasons to return, and building more and more of them in house. We are one of the very few haunts that possesses the talent and ability to create from scratch.” Halloween and all things grotesque are nothing new to Mandile, who has worked on numerous horror movies including writing and directing his own, Midnight Mass. He credits his work with Kevin Smith’s View Askew Productions in Red Bank, and experience on movies like Club Dread, as his entre into the business. Mandile’s team of artists shares a love of the arts. Artist Jessica Swarer of Bayville, 37, has a dual passion for gore and beauty makeup. By the age of 14, Swarer knew she had an interest in makeup and special effects after experiencing everything that went into creating her family’s haunted house on the Seaside Heights boardwalk. Since attending the Joe Blasco Makeup Center in Orlando, Swarer has put her skills to use by working as a beauty makeup artist, transforming young girls for proms and women on their wedding days, as well as creating the living dead for Fright Fest for the past 12 seasons. Artist Samantha Allen of Bayville, 28, set aside a business degree to follow her passion of special effects makeup after training professionally in Pittsburgh. Allen made her TV debut this year on Season 5 of Syfy’s Face Off. “My passion is behind the scenes—sculpting, making molds, shop work,” she said. “I learned so many new techniques on Face Off, but given the challenge of transforming so many faces each day, speed is the best skill that I can apply here at Fright Fest.” Dave Meditz of Haddonfield, 35, used his acting degree

to set the stage for his foray into makeup artistry. By participating in high school plays and pursuing his bachelor of fine arts degree in acting, Meditz was able to see first-hand the work that goes into making over a cast. Since a friend recommended him to Mandile six years ago, Meditz has been creating Fright Fest zombies and enjoys, “the challenge of not knowing who or what character is going to sit in your chair each day. Every night is a different experience,” he said. For five years, artist Amber Densmore of Belmar has juggled a love for beauty and horror makeup. Densmore, who originally began as a photography student, attended Makeup Designory in New York City and has spent the last four seasons honing her craft at Fright Fest. The 23-year-old carries a passion for painting and art, and works full time at a spa where her focus is on beauty. “Gore makeup more challenging,” she said. “It’s more difficult to make someone look frightening, and I love the challenge of making it look realistic.” Artist Nick Jaroslawsky of Howell, 24, performed as a Fright Fest zombie for four years before picking up an airbrush in 2010. Professionally trained in Los Angeles, the full-time mechanic and former chef who enjoys restoring old cars still dons a mask or horror makeup for Fright Fest cameos each weekend. Mandile added two rookie artists to the Fright Fest team this season, Michael Sweigart and Fay Schwartz. Sweigart transforms the street performers, while Schwartz, a veteran Six Flags performer herself, focuses on the cast of the iconic Dead Man’s Party show. Guests can see the extensive artistry of this team of special effects makeup artists each night during Fright Fest, which continues Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays through October 27, 2013. For info, visit www.sixflags.com/ greatadventure or call 732/928-1821.

T HE P HILADELPHIA S INGERS P RESENTS B RAHMS ’ R EQUIEM P IANO , F OUR H ANDS IN A S PECIAL B ENEFIT C ONCERT he Philadelphia Singers’ Music Director, David Hayes, will open the 2013-2014 season with a performance of Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem by The Philadelphia Singers Chorale. The performance will take place at 8 p.m. on Saturday, November 2 at The Church of the Holy Trinity on beautiful Rittenhouse Square. The concert will feature Luke Housner at the piano, along with soprano soloist Margi Leone and baritone soloist Franklin Phillips. A pre-concert lecture will take place at 7 p.m. at the church, given by Professor Jay Reise, Professor of Music at the University of Pennsylvania. Featuring the rich, lush sound of the group’s symphonic chorus, this performance will move listeners beyond their expectations of this Brahms masterpiece. The performance

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Leading Futurist Patrick Tucker and Panel of Area Executives “Designing the Future” o one knows exactly what the future holds, but some people have a better idea than others. Patrick Tucker, deputy editor of The Futurist magazine and director of communications for the World Future Society, will deliver the keynote address at “Designing the Future,” hosted by Veros Advisors, on Thursday, November 7, at the Union League of Philadelphia. Tucker’s keynote presentation will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Tucker, joined by Stephen Tang, CEO, University City Science Center; Tom Doll, President and COO, Subaru of America; and Youngmoo Kim, Director, The exCITe Center, Drexel University. The panel will be moderated by Frank Pulcini, Founder and CEO, Veros Advisors, a strategy-driven research and innovation consultancy. “Designing the Future” will be presented in the Lincoln Memorial Room at the Union League, from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. A hot buffet breakfast will be served. Tickets are $45 in advance, and registration for the event is available online at http://designing-the-futurer1.eventbrite.com/.

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