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Christian Lopez Band and Owen Danoff to Perform October 22 at the Twentieth Century Club ansdowne Folk Club presents the Christian Lopez Band and special guest Owen Danoff on Thursday, October 22, at the Twentieth Century Club, 84 S. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, PA. Doors open at 7 p.m. and show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $17 when purchased

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Lansdowne Folk Club presents the Christian Lopez Band (left) and special guest Owen Danoff (below) on Thursday, October 22, at the Twentieth Century Club. Christian Lopez Photo/Drew Reynolds in advance online or with an advanced phone reservation and $20 without an advance reservation. Cash only accepted at the door. Parking is available on the street and at the SEPTA train station approximately one block away. For reservations, advance ticket sales or information visit www.folkclub.org, email Lfolkclub@gmail.com or call 484-466-6213. With one foot planted in the folksy, fiery twang of modern-day Americana and the other inching toward the rootsy rock & roll of early Sun Records hits, Christian Lopez is the sort of singer/songwriter who builds a bridge between the new and the old… and places his own music directly in the middle. Raised in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, Lopez grew up surrounded by bluegrass groups, jam bands, and Appalachian pickers giving the young musician – who began playing piano at 5 years old before picking up the guitar at 9 – a wide range of sounds to draw from. Lopez began writing his own songs as a teen. Backed by a group of local pickers, he started touring before he could legally drive. At 19 years old, he’s grown into one of Americana’s most promising See Lansdowne Folk Club Concert on page 12

Nan Goldin, Keith Haring, Adrian Piper, and Others Explore Legacy of the Berlin Wall New Exhibit at Haverford College’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

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uring the Cold War, the Berlin Wall was the world’s most notorious line of demarcation. From 1961 to 1989, the fortified border not only separated East and West Berlin, but it also surrounded the western allied zones, including the American sector. Divided Berlin became a global epicenter of ideological conflict, military occupation, and artistic expression. Hundreds of American artists visited Berlin and produced work on both sides of the Wall. Even in the shadows of its stark boundaries, the city served as a conduit for cultural exchange, especially for Americans who approached the Wall to understand its division as both a physical and a social construction. “The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall,” Keith Haring’s “Berlin Wall, October 1986.” Collection: curated by Haverford College Postdoctoral Writing Fellow Keith Haring Foundation, Paul M. Farber, commemorates the 25th anniversary of the New York reunification of Germany and reflects on the legacy of the Berlin Wall in American culture. The exhibition, which includes works from Nan Goldin, Keith Haring, Adrian Piper, Jonathan Borofsky, Public Enemy’s Chuck D, and Allan Kaprow, among others, comes to Haverford after a well-received run last fall at the Goethe-Institut in Washington, D.C. It sheds light on critical American artistic perspectives on the Wall from 1961 through the present, foregrounding artworks that confront

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Dr. Sharon Gershoni will be teaching the course, “Art and Text-Reading of Biblical Stories Through Art” at Golden Slipper on the Main Line. olden Slipper on the Main Line’s lifelong learning series presents several new courses beginning October 19 through December 10. For the history aficionado, “Why Stalin, Lenin and Putin?” charts the trajectory of Russian history and diplomacy in the 20th and 21st century and “The History of Unintended Consequences” reviews the best laid plans that turned into disasters. “Music of the Impressionist Composers” with Steve Pollack and “Text & Art-Reading of Bible Stories Through Art” taught by Dr. Sharon Gershoni offer a dimension of diversity in the cultural arts. The Monday Speakers Forum features renowned guests in the field of medical ethics, theater, politics, biographies and more. World Affairs is led by local experts discussing international and national events as well as timely topics as the Presidential debates and The Clinton Foundation. Movie Talk

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Fall Tour of Great Small Trees Join knowledgeable guides for a tour of Morris Arboretum’s smaller specimen trees in the garden’s popular tour, Small Trees for Small Spaces, at 11 a.m. on Saturdays, October 10 & 24. This tour includes trees such as Parrotia persica (Persian ironwood), pictured here, with its brilliant autumn foliage display, its showy exfoliating bark, and its intriguing late winter ruby red flowers. Visit http://bitly.com/smTreesTour to learn more about this tour, . Visit www.morrisarboretum.org.

Old City Fest Old City District presents Old City Fest on Sunday, October 11, 2015, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., along N. 3rd Street (from Market to Race) and Arch Street (from 2nd to 4th). Activities will include a festival stage with live music, runway fashion show, design showcase installation, family fun zone, pop-up street performances and a wide array of food, beverages, art, craft and retail shopping, with 100+ Old City vendors participating. Admission is free, with food and drink pay-as-you-go. For info, visit www.oldcitydistrict.org, tweet @oldcitydistrict or call 215-592-7929.

Jazz Bridge presents its “Third Thursday Neighborhood Concert Series-Jazz on the Main Line,” at The New Leaf Club, 1225 Montrose Avenue, Rosemont, PA 19010 on Thursday, October 15. This season begins with vocalist, Michal Beckham and her band. Showtime is 7:30-9:00 p.m. and tickets are $10 general admission/$5 for students, and are only available at the door. For info call 856-858-8914, 215-517-8337 or visit www.jazzbridge.org/events/neighborhood-concerts.

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tures, food trucks, live music and much more. Heritage Day will be one of the closing fetes in a series of festivities, which celebrated Coatesville’s 100th anniversary, over the course of the last six months. For info, contact Brandywine Health Foundation at 610-380-9080 or online http://www.brandywinefoundation.org or info@brandywinefoundation.org. Brandywine Health Foundation is located at 50 South 1st Avenue, Coatesville, PA.

Jazz Bridge presents their “Second Wednesdays Neighborhood Concert Series – Jazz in the Sanctuary” in Center City at the Lutheran Church of the Holy Communion, 2110 Chestnut St., Philadelphia PA 19103. This season begins with the quartet of organist Rich Budesa on Wednesday, October 14. Showtime is 7:30 - 9 p.m. and tickets are $10 general admission/$5 for students, and are only available at the door. For info call: 856-858-8914, 215-517-8337 or visit www.jazzbridge.org/events/neighborhood-concerts.

Philadelphia Shell Show and Festival

Celebrate marine animals of all kinds at the Philadelphia Shell Show and Festival at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Da Vinci Art Alliance’s Third Thursday Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18. Examine your favorite molSalon Series lusk up close, enjoy fun family-friendly activities, and meet the Academy Da Vinci Art Alliance, located at 704 Catharine Street in South Philadelphia, scientists who care for the museum’s Malacology Collection of 10 milcontinues its Third Thursday Open Salon Series for members, neigh- lion specimens. Shell displays, judged and awarded prizes by the Philaborhood residents and others to have a place for dialogue and exchange delphia Shell Club, will be on view, and hundreds more will be for sale in of ideas. The next Third Thursday Salon is October 15, 7- 9 p.m., featur- the international shell market. Free with museum admission. For more ing Sonia Petruse discussing “An Artist FIRST: How artists & designers details and to purchase tickets online, visit www.ansp.org. use social and community platforms to promote their vision.” Visit www.davinciartalliance.org for info. Book Sale The Media Upper Providence Free Library will hold its Fall Book Sale from Saturday, October 17 through Monday, October 19, 10-5 Daily. Over The Hilltoppers of Temple Sholom in Broomall is a social group for sen- 30,000 high quality books, music and video available. Most items $1-2 on iors that holds monthly events pertaining to various interests. Join the Sat., half price on Sun, $5 per bag on Mon. Media Municipal Complex, 4th Hilltoppers on Thursday, October 15 at 7:30 p.m. when they present the & Jackson, Media. Info, visit www.mediauplibrary.org/book-sale or call 610writers of the comic strip “Edge City,” Terry and Patty LaBan. The comic 566-1918. appears daily not only in the Philadelphia Inquirer but in other major newspapers. A Welcome Back reception precedes the program at 7 p.m. Jazz Café: Perseverance Jazz Band The “Edge City” comic characters are observant Jews who deal with life The Haverford Township Free Library will host a Jazz Café featuring the in today’s society. If you are not familiar with “Edge City,” you can read some music of Perseverance Jazz Band on Friday, October 16 from 7:30 - 9 at http://edgecitycomics.com/. The event will be held at Temple Sholom in Broomal, 55 N. Church Lane, Broomall, PA, 19008. For information, p.m. Join for an evening of Jazz! Come unwind from a busy week to the sounds of Perseverance Jazz Band. Perseverance brings New Orleans to call the Temple office, 610-356-5165. Havertown with its enthusiastic and soulful interpretations of Ragtime, Dixieland, Traditional Jazz and Second Line Tunes. Light snacks will be Coatesville to Celebrate Heritage Day served and it will be BYOW (wine only, no beer or liquor please). This The City of Coatesville, Pennsylvania continues to commemorate its musical event is free and open to the public ages 21 and over and is 2015 anniversary year with a daylong celebration for the entire family. made possible through a grant from Kelly Music for Life. The Library is The revelry will begin at the Lukens National Historic District, located at located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For information, contact business Rte. 30 and 1st Avenue. Numerous events are scheduled from Mary Bear Shannon at 610-446-3082 ext. 216 or email shannon@haver10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Saturday, October 17, 2015. Included in the event fordlibrary.org, or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org. schedule will be an antique auto show, kids’ zone, face painters, balloon twisters, exhibits, Pop-Up museum at Lincoln University’s Gordon For added impact advertise your upcoming event in School, tours of the Historic District and significant sites, history lecCity Suburban News! Call 610-667-6623 Today for Rates!

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Queen of Southern Cuisine Paula Deen Visits Valley Forge Part of 17th Annual Philadelphia Festival of Food, Wine and Spirits perfect for this season.” Deen will present two intimate cooking demonstrations for her fans while she is in town for the Festival. Chef on Stage will run from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 17, 2015, and include a seated cooking demo with recipe secrets, cooking techniques and southern charm on stage at The Venue. Paula’s Fall Favorites, will run from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 17, 2015. Deen and VFCR will transform the new Valley Beach Poolside Club into an outdoor Fall Festival with seasonal cocktails and culinary creations inspired by See Paula Deen Cooking Demos on page 4

Valley Forge Casino Resort will host Queen of Southern Cuisine Paula Deen October 17, for the 17th Annual Philadelphia Festival of Food, Wine and Spirits Oct. 16-18. alley Forge Casino Resort will host Queen of Southern Cuisine Paula Deen for the 17th Annual Philadelphia Festival of Food, Wine and Spirits on October 16-18, 2015. Deen has lost over 40 pounds and will share her favorite recipes lightened up on stage for two demonstrations on Saturday, October 17, 2015, at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Recipes will come from her soon-to-be-released 15th cookbook, entitled “Paula Deen Cuts the Fat.” Deen joins over two dozen other top chefs from the region and country including Chef Nicholas Elmi (Top Chef) and Nicole Gaffney (Food Network Star). Deen’s demonstration is sponsored directly by Valley Forge Casino Resort. Tickets are on sale now at www.vfcasino.com. “We are thrilled to add a taste of the south to this year’s festival with Paula Deen’s lightened up comfort classics,” said VFCR Chief Marketing Officer Jennifer Galle. “The Queen of Southern Cuisine will bring more than her delicious homestyle recipes, she’ll show festival goers the art of creating a culinary experience that brings together family and friends,

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Finding Shelter Animal Rescue is honoring 102.9 WMGK’s John DeBella of the JDB SHOW (pictured with Finding Shelter volunteers and adoptable dogs) at the 6th Annual Sproutfest, a community pet adoption event, at Upper Merion Township BuildingPark (175 West Valley Forge Road) in King of Prussia, PA on Sunday, October 18, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The free, family event features dozens of animal rescues, music by WMGK, a book signing with author CJ Hatch, food, unique vendors, raffles, and a Finding Shelter Animal Rescue alumni reunion and family photo. The Office of Montgomery County Treasurer Jason Salus will also be there selling dog licenses and offering constituent services. Rain date is Sunday, October 25, 2015. For information about Sproutfest, contact Finding Shelter Animal Rescue at 610-272-2293 or visit www.findingshelter.org.

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her classic fall favorites. Dilworth’s Custom Design will be creating a custom cooking island for both of Deen’s demonstrations. Lightened up and new recipes will be taken from her new cookbook, “Paula Deen Cuts the Fat” (released September 8, 2015). Deen’s appearance is part of the 17th Annual Philadelphia Festival of Food, Wine and Spirits. This annual three day gastronomical festival, presented by One Step Events at VFCR, features award-winning wineries and distilleries from around the world, celebrity chef demonstrations, wine tastings, food from restaurants around the region and food centric exhibits. Other celebrity chefs that will join Deen at Valley Forge Casino Resort will include East Passyunk’s Chef Nicholas Elmi, winner of the 2014 season of Bravo’s hit reality series “Top Chef”; Nicole Gaffney, finalist on the hit show the Next Food Network Star; Ashley Sherman, lead cook on “Hell’s Kitchen Season 13” and Ron Duprat, one of the top competitors on Bravo TV’s “Top Chef”; and many more stars from “Hell’s Kitchen,” MasterChef and other top rated cooking shows. Festival hours are Friday, October 16, 2015, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday, October 17, 2015, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday, October 18, 2015, Noon to 4 p.m. Attendees can enjoy free valet and on-site parking, along with free resort and casino access with Festival tickets. A block of rooms is being held for Festival attendees. Reserve your stay in one of the well-appointed guest rooms – in either the Casino Tower or Radisson Tower – that puts you steps from the excitement and action. For more about the 17th Annual Philadelphia Festival of Food, Wine and Spirits, visit www.phillygourmetshows.com. For the full schedule of events and entertainments coming to Valley Forge Casino Resort this fall, visit www.vfcasino.com/ entertainment/valley-forge-music-fair.

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Savor the Harvest at PHeaSt Oct. 16 at Navy Yard PHS celebration for foodies brings together great local growers and chefs he region’s amazing local growers and leading chefs will phia), Bank & Bourbon (Philadelphia), Barefoot Wine and combine their talents for PHeaSt, the delicious garden- Bubbly (California), Dad’s Hat Rye (Bucks County), Don Julio to-table celebration on Friday, October 16, 7 to 10 p.m. at the (Mexico), Fine Wine & Good Spirits (Pennsylvania), Firestone Brewery (California), Hall Wines (California), Hendrick’s Gin Navy Yard in South Philadelphia. Hosted by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, the fourth (UK), Liberty Gin (Vancourver), Mac’s Tavern (Philadelphia), annual PHeaSt brings together renowned chefs and urban Martin Millers Gin (London), and Millstone Spirits (Philadelgrowers for a special party to benefit the PHS City Harvest phia), New Liberty Distillery (Philadelphia), Tito’s Handmade program, which provides locally grown food for families in Vodka (Texas), WALT Wines (California), Whistle Pig (Verneed and helps build healthy communities. The event has mont), Yards Brewery (Philadelphia). Garden partners include Agaston Urban Nutrition Initiabeen a sell-out each year, as hundreds of Philly-area foodies come to sample new seasonal dishes by the culinary and tive (UNI), Bubbe’s Backyard and Moore, Chester County Food Bank Farm, Earthskeepers, East Park Revitalization Alliance gardening teams. PHeaSt transforms the PHS Warehouse at the Navy Yard, (EPRA), Farm 51 & Chicory Florals, Germantown Kitchen Garden, home to recycled props from the Philadelphia Flower Show, Liberty Lands Community Garden, Nationalities Services Center’s into a unique party setting. Guests are invited to roam from Growing Home Garden and Growing Together Garden, PHS City table to table to enjoy the garden-fresh dishes, chat with the Harvest/PPS, Port Kensington Gardens, Southwark Queen Village Community Garden, Summer-Winter Garden, and Weavers chefs, and get gardening tips from the growers. The “Fruits of the Vine” wine pull will include more than 100 Way Co-op Farm. The People’s Choice Award for the most delicious culinary bottles donated by individuals and Fine Wine & Good Spirits. The bottles are valued between $20 and $300 each. For $20, creation will be selected by the guests. Throughout the evening, guests may try their luck and select one bottle in a wine bag. each guest can vote for his or her favorite PHeaSt dish. The Culinary partners this fall include 12th Street Catering (Phila- most popular dishes will be awarded “Best in PHeaSt.” Randelphia), Aramark (Philadelphia), Brûlée Bakery (Ardmore), domly selected guests will receive gift certificates to the winBuddakan (Philadelphia), Campbell’s Place (Chestnut Hill), ning restaurants. All PHeaSt proceeds benefit a great cause, the PHS City Harvest Chef Joseph Shilling (Philadelphia), Chef Joy Parham (Philadelphia), Christina Cooks (Philadelphia), Christine Hazel (Phila- program. Through the PHS network of urban growers in the delphia), Circles Thai (Philadelphia), Davio’s Northern Italian Philadelphia region, City Harvest feeds hundreds of families Steakhouse (Philadelphia), Devil’s Alley (Philadelphia), Fitler in need each week during the growing season. The growers Dining Room (Philadelphia), Garces Trading Co. (Philadel- involved in PHeaSt participate in City Harvest and also make phia), IndeBlue Restaurant and Bar (Philadelphia), Koliyan affordable, locally produced food available at farmers mar(Philadelphia), Melograno (Philadelphia), Night Kitchen Bakery kets in Philadelphia’s neighborhoods. PHeaSt is made possible through the generosity of its spon(Philadelphia), Red Owl Tavern (Philadelphia), Saxbys Coffee (Philadelphia), Sazon (Philadelphia) Smokin’ Betty’s (Phila- sors, Subaru and Accenture. Purchase tickets at: https://www.pennhort.net/. General delphia), Supper (Philadelphia), The Farm and Fisherman (Philadelphia), Tradestone Café (Conshohocken), Triangle Tavern admission tickets are $165 (PHS members $150). VIP tickets (Philadelphia), Vedge (Philadelphia), Vetri Foundation (Phila- are $300 (PHS members $275) and include early admission at 6 p.m. PHeaSt is held in the PHS Warehouse at the Navy delphia), and Winnie’s LeBus (Manayunk). Sips partners are 13th Street Cocktail Catering (Philadel- Yard, 5201 South 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19112.

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Modern Design Progeny Discuss Fathers’ Work in Museum Panel Discussion Harry Bertoia (1915–78) was a prolific jeweler, printmaker, sculptor, and furniture designer who “took what he infused from nature and transformed it into uplifting experiential pieces,” primarily in metal. Celia, his youngest daughter, is director of the Harry Bertoia Foundation and author of the recently-released “The Life and Work of Harry Bertoia: The Man, the Artist, the Visionary” (Schiffer 2015). She writes the Harry Bertoia Blog from her home in Montana. George Nakashima (1905–90) was an architect who became one of world’s most eminent woodworkers and a key figure in the American craft movement. In 1986, Nakashima became the first recipient of the annual Collab Design Excellence Award. His daughter Mira also trained as an architect, worked as his assistant designer for twenty years until his death, then took over the Nakashima Studio in New Hope, On Wednesday, October 14, at 6:30 p.m., the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present a PA. She is the author of Nature panel discussion exploring the achievements of three major twentieth-century design talents Form & Spirit: The Life & Legacy from the perspective of their children. Shown is Harry Bertoia. Photo/Courtesy of Knoll, Inc. of George Nakashima (Abrams 2003). Richard Schultz (b.1926) first worked with Knoll in 1951 n Wednesday, October 14, at 6:30 p.m., the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present a panel discussion explor- when he was hired to collaborate with Harry Bertoia on what ing the achievements of three major twentieth-century design became the Diamond Chair, an icon of modern design. In 1992, talents from the perspective of their children. Titled “Bertoia, he and his son Peter, an architect, founded the Richard Schultz Nakashima, Schultz at Knoll: Reflections by the Next Genera- Co. in Berks County, PA, and became celebrated for outdoor tion,” it features Celia Bertoia, Mira Nakashima, and Peter furniture design. In 2009, the Philadelphia Museum of Art Schultz speaking about their fathers’ creative achievements presented the exhibition “Richard Schultz: Five Decades of during design tenures at Knoll and the legacy of their genius. Design.” In 2012 Knoll bought the company from Peter, who The lecture is hosted by Collab, the group that supports the serves as consultant to Knoll. About DesignPhiladelphia modern and contemporary design collection at the Museum, DesignPhiladelphia is the largest city-wide festival of its and Knoll. It is organized in conjunction with DesignPhilakind in the nation, now in its eleventh year. From October delphia 2015. “Harry Bertoia, George Nakashima, and Richard Schultz did 10 - 16, more than 200,000 will people explore the world of much of their finest work with Knoll,” said Vesna Todorovic design with 150 exhibitions, lectures, workshops, and demonSacks, Collab’s Board Chair. “Celia, Mira, and Peter, who have strations held throughout the city. Visit www.2015.Designnever been in the same room together, will share stories about Philadelphia.org. About Collab growing up as the children of great designers. They’ll be seatCurrently celebrating its forty-fifth anniversary, Collab is a ed in chairs designed by their fathers and lent by Knoll.” The panelists will give brief illustrated talks followed by volunteer committee dedicated to enriching the modern and contemporary design collection at the Philadelphia Museum questions and answers. About the Designers and Panelists See Panel Discussion at Philadelphia Museum of Art on page 12

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The Peace Center of Delaware County to Host Presentation on Human Trafficking onday, October 12, at 7 p.m., there will be a special presentation on Human Trafficking, by Carol Metzker, author of “Facing the Monster: How One Person Can Fight Child Slavery,” at the Peace Center of Delaware County, 1001 Old Sproul Road, Springfield, PA 19064. Slavery and human trafficking don’t just exist hundreds and thousands of miles away. Victims far away pick our coffee and cocoa beans, and make common items we use each day. Nearby they work on street corners and in fields and businesses right under our noses. How does it take shape? Is it really here? What’s the impact on our communities and neighborhoods? Would you know what to do if you suspected a case? In this interactive program, practice ‘fire drills’ based on true stories for responding to potential cases. Find out how you can help stop this cruel injustice and indignity Carol Metzker is a writer, speaker, and activist against human trafficking and slavery. Writing assignments took her to India in 2004, where she met an 11-year-old girl rescued from slavery. The encounter resulted in her leadership of various projects to aid survivors of human trafficking locally and overseas. For information and directions to the Peace Center of Delaware County, visit www.delcopeacecenter.org. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for light refreshments.

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Headmaster John Nagl (standing, far left) and Cum Laude speaker Bill Fortenbaugh ’54 (standing, far right) with new inductees into The Haverford School’s Cum Laude Society (seated, from left) seniors Cory Fader, Dylan Henderson, Matthew Larson, Haram Lee, John Zipf, Jonathan Paras, William Ye, Rudy Miller, Michael Solomon, R.J. Meiers, and Gregory Boyek; (standing) juniors Jackson Simon, Harry Bellwoar, Brendan Burns, Jake Pechet, Jackson Henderson, Manav Khandelwal, Jamie Leyden, Nathan Kidambi, Connor Atkins, Logan Atkins, and Jonathan Soslow. wenty-two Haverford School students were admitted into the Cum Laude Society during the 84th induction ceremony on April 14, for which Dr. Bill Fortenbaugh ’54 was the featured speaker. Headmaster Dr. John Nagl was inducted as The Haverford School’s chapter president. The Cum Laude Society, the School’s highest honor, is modeled on the college Phi Beta Kappa Society and honors academic excellence in secondary schools, selecting student members in their junior and senior years. To be elected to Cum Laude recognizes not only sustained superior academic achievement, but also demonstration of good character, honor, and integrity in all aspects of school life.

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Halloween Happenings Harvest Crafts Class for Kids At Wayne Art Center join Kate Hochner on Saturday, October 10 from 1-3 p.m., and learn to create your very own traditional early American corn husk doll & apple/clove pomander! For the corn husk doll simple hand techniques and natural materials will be used to create the body; then, a sampling of fabrics & other materials will be used to clothe and decorate them! A clove apple makes a wonderful present, because it smells wonderful, it won’t rot, and the stem provides the perfect place to tie a serviceable piece of twine or a fancy ribbon to hang your clove apple in a closet or hallway. Children ages 7-9 years old, all materials included. To register online, visit www.wayneart.org, or call 610-688-3553.

Pumpkin Sling at Pocono Raceway The Last Fling Pumpkin Sling landed at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, PA for the first time last year and it returns again Columbus Weekend October 10-11, 2015. Giulia Grotenhuis, organizer of the event, comments, “Over 25 teams will once again be competing in the kids and adults divisions over the Columbus Day weekend with their trebuchets and catapults launching pumpkins over a thousand feet.” Made famous by the Punkin’ Chunkin’ event seen on the History Channel each fall, slinging pumpkins through the air has become a very popular pass time and this year the Pumpkin Sling is one of two sanctioned Punkin’ Chunkin’ event. Teams will not only be competing for Pumpkin Sling bragging rights, but qualified teams will have their distances submitted for 2015 world championship ranking. The Last Fling Pumpkin Sling will be held Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day at Pocono Raceway and will include pumpkin slinging, food vendors, mini human powered pumpkin slings and a children’s area where mini pumpkin sales will benefit by The East Stroudsburg Salvation Army, and Harmony Historical Society race cars. The event will be hosted by Gary Smith of Pocono 96.7’s “Gary in the Morning.” Tickets for the event are $7 in advance for adults and $4 for children ages 5-12. Under 4 are admitted free. Parking is $5 per car which will benefit scholarship programs for students. For Pumpkin Sling information go to the website at PumkinSling.com, facebook.com/PumpkinSling and twitter.com/PumpkinSling.

11th Annual Gravediggers’ Ball The Friends of Laurel Hill Cemetery present their 11th Annual fundraising gala, the Gravediggers’ Ball, October 16, 2015 from 7 p.m. - 12 a.m. at the Ballroom at the Ben. The event will include a 50/50 raffle, and silent and live auctions. Tickets to the Gravediggers’ Ball are $200/person and include 1.5 hours open bar cocktails and hors d’oeuvres; an eclectic station-style dinner reception with wine; live entertainment; dancing; and complimentary onsite parking. Cash, check and all major credit cards are accepted as payment. Black-tie, masquerade mask or costume is encouraged, with prizes awarded for “Best Dressed” and “Best Costumed.” Live musical entertainment will be provided by Big Ric Rising. A portion of all ticket sales is tax-deductible. Special discounts for tables of ten and Young Friends (ages 21-35) are available. Tickets must be purchased in advance. For information, visit the event website at www.gravediggersball.org, or call 215-228-8200.

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Enjoy an afternoon of authentic 1920s Chicago-style jazz with Washington, DC-based trombonist David Sager and his seven-piece Pie-In-the-Sky Band at Tri-State Jazz Society’s concert October 18, at 2 p.m., at Community Arts Center, in Wallingford, PA. Photo/Jim McGann By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road in Wallingford, PA, presents 1920s Chicago-style jazz with Washington, DC-based trombonist David Sager and his seven-piece PieIn-the-Sky Band at Tri-State Jazz Society’s concert Sunday, October 18, at 2 p.m. No reservations. General admission $20 but half-price admission is available for first-time attendees and members. Tickets at the door. For info, call 856-720-0232 or visit www.tristatejazz.org. • Keswick Theatre, 291 North Keswick Avenue in Glenside, PA, presents Paula Poundstone, Saturday, October 10, 8 p.m. 32 years ago, Paula climbed on a Greyhound bus and traveled across the country -- stopping in at open mic nights at comedy clubs as she went. A high school drop-out, she went on to become one of the great humorists of our time. The thing that separates her from the pack of comics working today and that has made her a legend among comics and audiences alike is her ability to be spontaneous with a crowd. Her interchanges with the audience are never mean or done at a person’s expense. For tickets ($28.50 & $34.50) or info, call 215-572-7650 or visit www.keswicktheatre.com. • Red Hot & Blue, 2175 Marlton Pike West (Rte. 70) in Cherry Hill, NJ, presents The Voodoo Ball, an evening of music Themed Around Voodoo Legends, Halloween Myths & Spooky Tales, with April Mae & the June Bugs performing, October 24, 8 p.m. Format: Spooky Oooky!, Jump Blues, Rockabilly, Swing, N’Awlins.

Free Admission – All Ages Welcome. Costume Contest 9:30ish. Win Fun Prizes & Red Hot & Blue Gift Certificates! Masquerading encouraged but not required. Get Hoodoo’d with Halloween Themed Drink Specials TBA. For reservations or info, call 856-665-7427 or visit http://redhotanblue.com. • Theatre Exile, Christ Church Neighborhood House, 20 North American Street (near 2nd and Market) in Philadelphia, presents Rizzo by Bruce Graham based on the bestselling book Rizzo: The Last Big Man in Big City America by Sal Paolantonio, October 15 - November 8. From beat cop, to Police Commissioner to Mayor of Philadelphia, this production explores the life of Frank Rizzo as he prepares for his 1991 mayoral campaign. As we jump through time and place Rizzo’s Shakespearian complexity and unfiltered opinion brings to light what made this “larger than life” man both revered and reviled by so many. For Tickets ($25 - $37) or info, call 215-218-4022 or visit www.theatreexile.org. Food & Wine Events • Pizzeria Felici, 303 Horsham Road in Horsham, PA, is the newest Feliz Restaurant serving Neopolitan-style pizza cooked in a double-hearthed, wood-fired oven, Executive Chef Michael Brenfleck’s menu also includes starters/antipasti, simple handmade pastas made with an authentic pasta machine from Italy, large seasonal salads, and entrees. The 30-seat wine and beer bar offers Italian wines by the glass, half carafe, and bottle along with ten draft lines, bottled and canned beer, and some classic specialty cocktails. Flat screen TVs are in bar area. Happy Hour runs 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. daily. For reservations or info, call 215-323-4530 or visit www.pizzeriafelici.com. Walkins are welcome. Special Events • Smith Memorial Arch, West Fairmount Park in Philadelphia is the site of, the Fairmount Park Conservancy’s fourth annual GLOW in the Park, Thursday, October 22, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Includes an aerialist, glow hula hoop dancing, music, and more. Food and drinks feature favorite Philadelphia food trucks, Whistle Pig with a whiskey-based specialty cocktail, and s’mores for cooking over fire pits. For tickets (Available online for $45 (Fairmount Park Conservancy members) or $75 (non-members); $100 at the door) or info, call 215-988-9334 or visit http://myphillypark.org/event/glow-in-the-park. Library Notes • The Haverford Township Free Library, 1601 Darby Road in Havertown, PA offers Roku 3 Streaming Media Devices, to stream movies, Netflix, channels, and more! Any resident with a Delaware County Library card, can check out a Roku player by going to the library’s front desk and requesting one. If you have an HDTV and at-home Wi-Fi via high-speed Internet and Wireless Router, then try something new and check out a Roku from HTFL for three days at no charge. For information, call the Reference Desk at 610-446-3082 ext 201 or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org/rokus. Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication date to: jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format.

A DRIENNE M ACKEY TAKES ON “T HE C HILDREN ’ S H OUR ” WITH E GO P O C LASSIC T HEATER goPo welcomes guest director Adrienne Mackey, the founder of Swim Pony Performing Arts, to bring this classic to new life. Mackey is a locally celebrated director who creates original and compelling theater using the power of the human voice and the forms of the human body. Her works include “The Ballad of Joe Hill” for the Live Arts Festival and “The Master and Margarita” for Mum Puppettheatre. She is a past winner of CEC’s New Edge Residency and the Independence Arts Fellowship. This production of “The Children’s Hour” will fuse the intense psychological text of Hellman, with the dynamic physicality for which Mackey is known. This will be EgoPo’s first production by a guest director since its relocation to Philadelphia in 2006 and the collaboration promises to result in a

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powerful revival of this classic. For a sneak peek into Mackey’s process, check out her insight into the character Mary. Often villainized, Mary is the child who tells the big lie. Mackey finds nuance in this lie and asks us to remember our own childhood comings of age. Visit https://egopo.wordpress.com/. “The Children’s Hour” opens Friday, October 9. The show runs three weeks, closing on Sunday, October 25. Tickets start at $25. All performances are at the Latvian Society of Philadelphia on 7th and Spring Garden. Single Tickets for Children’s Hour are now available along with subscriptions to the entire American Giants II Festival. Audiences can see all three mainstage shows for only $60, or the entire festival including Trifles for only $100.

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Colonial Chocolate Making Saturday, October 10, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., join 18th century Philadelphia chocolate maker Mary Crathorne and a team of “Chocolate Ambassadors” from American Heritage Chocolate to learn the history of chocolate in Colonial America with demonstrations (and tastings!) of the tasty treat that’s more American than apple pie. FREE. The Betsy Ross House is open daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visitors can meet Betsy Ross daily 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for children/seniors/students/military. Audio tour, which includes admission, is offered for $7 for adults, $6 for children/seniors/students/military. For information, call 215-629-4026 or visit www.historicphiladelphia.org.

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MERION MERCY ACADEMY STUDENT COUNCIL INDUCTION erion Mercy Academy’s Student Council Induction ceremony took place last week. Student Council members assume leadership roles within the school community. They are the link between the administration/faculty and their fellow students. They strive to accomplish their best, academically and socially, for themselves and others.

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An ansd –roA &C +,4 4 h08rou CITY with of L ttille9b adelp Janu re. str ituali l 14children and will be held in the DiGeorge Auditorium tion month, the Child Protection Program at St. Christopher’s therapist; Andre occupeationa TH RE 08E/ 5+ti,7ty T istory 17,at20 o do Apr li Phil ing IN U n ir m Jun ,< will also celebrate its 10 year anniversary during the conSt. Christopher’s, located at 3601 A Street in Philadelphia. Austin H o T is – en h sp L studenJun e 11Young , GTSS 8is5h- Id odern 04404. t; Ken aim n h na of open Swart le CU ,4 d e R ndo ” o f McDonald’s Owne blood, According to Maria McColgan, MD, Medical Director of the ference. At this time, an award ceremony will be held to recved our Jew of M ,. g an IS H Mik ot aba artage treet, lub o Ebers elo ss! Child Protection Program and Attending Physician at St. ognize Angelo P. Giardino, MD and his contribution to launchr-Operator; 8 ) ber n to l it Ronal EW Healthy CITY SUBURBAN NEWS provides n ph C 1st S rs C gan , to b mis sen d McDoLiving 'Len 54+(> 95 nald, Chief Christopher’s, the goal of the conference is to present Child ing the Child Protection Program. mea t wil 2 GJ a cts h, is oons e Ei olnic ssions Josey of 1 e Playe /Me id it Wha dren? spe wit k se everyness month! the second and fourth weeks of Happi %0= 7:(7> Joyc len Sc n macar treat, T INay Officer, Abuse Prevention as a public health issue and to explore See Child Abuse Prevention Conference on page 10 to il By ? 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Kathy Barker past parent of Michael ’97, Sean ’01 and ince 1995, Corinne Ritchie, RSM has shared her selfless Katie ’02 joined the celebration for Corinne with present devotion and love for education in the Archdiocese of parent Eileen Mullahy and Grace Brazunas, 8th grade. Philadelphia to the children and community at St. Margaret School, in Narberth, leading the school renewal and recognition as enrollment grew significantly to just under 300 prior to her retirement this year. Through her leadership St. Margaret School continued to develop the whole child spiritually, emotionally and physically by encouraging partnership with parents as the primary educators for their children. Sr. Corinne has collaborated with an active parent association facilitating raising funds through annual events like the fall walkathon and spring auction. These funds continue to support capital expenses for the parish school and community served throughout Lower Merion and the local Philadelphia area. Several parents and community members articulated an interest in expressing their thanks with a monetary gift with the news of her retirement. Sister Corinne requested that all such donations benefit St. Margaret School, which she loved and served so well over the past twenty years. An anonymous donor offered to match these gifts up to a total of $100,000. St. Margaret School will continue to thrive through this generosity while honoring their past principal, Corinne Ritchie, RSM with this tribute. Over $35,000 has been raised toward the tribute, and achieving this phenomenal matching gift challenge with gratitude and honor for Sister Corinne Ritchie, RSM and the school’s principal/friend. This gift will be the largest single gift to St. Margaret School and has the ability to make a dramatic impact through December, 2015. More information is available on the school website: www.smsnarberth.org or contributions to the Sr. Corinne Tribute can be sent to school. Mail to: St. Margaret School Development, 227 N Narberth Ave., Narberth, PA 19072. Please note “Sr. Corinne Tribute” on the memo section.

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Homework Bar & Lounge Hosts FREE Family Dinner he Homework Bar & Lounge welcomes all families the in community on Thursday, October 15 at 5:30 p.m. into their facilities for a FREE Family Dinner Nite! The Homework Bar & Lounge caters to 6-10 graders, providing homework help, tutoring, SAT prep, clubs & more in a holistic social & educational environment conducive to academic & personal growth. On the evening of Thursday October 15, they will serve Kosher pizza, fruits, veggies and beverages to students & parents who want to learn more about all that the Homework Bar & Lounge can do to help them achieve success. Plus, it’s one less night you have to cook dinner! Please invite family & friends, but make sure to RSVP via the Facebook event page “Family Dinner Nite,” or email sklein@so2speak.org. The Homework Bar & Lounge looks forwarding to meeting families in the community! The Homework Bar & Lounge is located at 131 Montgomery Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004, across the street from Mini of the Main Line. For information, call 610-660-8500 or visit www.homeworkbar.com.

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History Discussion: How the New Deal Changed America

October 7 – October 13, 2015

Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line Explores “The Art of Fixing a Shadow” in October Newest Artist Spotlight Series features photographer David Monheit’s first exhibit & public reception on October 15 esley Enhanced Living Main Line continues the community’s popular and long running Artist Spotlight Series in October by featuring a local artist with a connection to Wesley Enhanced Living. David Monheit, whose mother is a resident at Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line, has his work featured in “The Art of Fixing a Shadow” exhibit, which opened October 3. Residents and the public can view the photography exhibit through October 29 at Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line, located at 100 Halcyon Drive in Media, PA. The display is open to Wesley Enhanced Living Main This photograph is by Wesley Enhanced Line residents and visitors, and Living Main Line’s October spotlight artist, will include a wine reception and David Monheit, who will be exhibiting his lecture event on October 15 at photography from 40 countries across six continents all month at Wesley Enhanced 6:30 p.m. The Spotlight Artist Series re- Living Main Line. The open-to-the-public mains a popular community bene- exhibit also includes a reception and artist fit since its introduction in 2012. lecture on October 15 at 6:30 p.m. It was originally created to enable Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line residents to experience art right in their own community. The program has since grown into a robust and highly anticipated community event each month. “Our Artist Spotlight Series continues to be one of the most popular offerings for our residents and our neighbors,” says Linda Sterthous, Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line executive director. “Our residents learn a lot of artistic techniques and approaches during these events and many apply what they learn in our onsite art studio.” Monheit’s exhibit features people and places from 40 different countries across six continents. “We’re excited to showcase David’s first exhibit,” says Sterthous. “Many residents have seen David around our community and had no idea how talented he is. It’s great to connect with a gifted artist through one of our residents.” To reserve a seat at the exclusive reception on October 15, or for information on Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line’s Artist Spotlight Series, contact Program Coordinator Amy Blum at 610-353-7660 ext. 254 or email ablum@wel.org.

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On Tuesday, October 13 at 12:45 p.m., join Gregory Williams, historian, who will lead a discussion on How the New Deal Changed America, at New Horizons Senior Center. FDR’s New Deal was a response to the Great Depression, the worst economic crisis of the century, which was brought on by the growing inequality of wealth and income in the early 20th century. The New Deal expanded the government’s economic role to aid the vast majority of the population by means such as Public Works Projects, Union Rights, Social Security, Unemployment Insurance, etc. At the same time it curtailed the growth of the wealth of the elite with extremely high tax rates. These New Deal initiatives, amplified in the following decades (i.e. GI Bill, Civil Rights Laws and Medicare) have created a broad Middle Class. While this expanded government role has been eroded since the n June of 2015, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) awarded an Environmental Education 1970s, enough was still intact to alleviate the economic crisis that startGrant Award to Lansdowne Friends School to undertake a native species planting project on its campus. The School was ed in 2008. Interested attendees can stop by in person to New Horizons one of three organizations in Delaware County to receive a grant from the DEP. The other two recipients were Ridley Senior Center, 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd floor or call 610 664-2366. School District and the Nicholas Newlin Foundation. Lansdowne Friends School received $3,000 to partner with the Delaware County Conservation District and the Darby Creek Valley Association. Their goals will be to plant native species on the campus, develop a hands-on learning experience for THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK! the students and to educate the public on the importance of using native plants in landscaping. Dan Duran, a parent of an LFS kindergarten student and Assistant Professor in the Department of Biodiversity, Earth, and Reach Your Clients in City Suburban News! Environmental Sciences at Drexel University will contribute his time and expertise on native species as an in-kind match. Call 610-667-6623 for a customized plan for your business! He will advise on the selection of plants as well as on the development of educational materials to add to the current school curriculum. Students will create permanent didactic signs to share their learning with the public. “Our goal is to create a program to educate students, parents, and visitors about the importance and environmental benefits of landscaping with locally native Pennsylvania plant species,” said Lansdowne Friends Head of School John McKinstry. “Another goal is to improve the ecological value of this parcel of land in Lansdowne Borough.” Planting will take place in Spring 2016 in order to ensure the survival and optimal growth of the plants. There will be a culminating event later on the school year to which the public will be invited. Grounded in Quaker values, Lansdowne Friends School provides models and opportunities for children as they develop academically, socially, and spiritually. It challenges and supports children in their growth as creative and capable human beings. Since 1902 the school has built on the natural curiosity children have for their immediate surroundings and supY L K WEE RITE ports exploration of their ever-unfolding world. For information or to schedule a visit, go AV O ’S F LINE MAIN E to: www.lansdownefriendsschool.org. H & T HIA

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“Let’s Pretend We’re Famous” Fundraiser Performance at Lankenau he Women’s Board of Lankenau Medical Center sponsors a presentation of “Let’s Pretend We’re Famous,” a comedy cabaret by Tony Braithwaite and Jennifer Childs of 1812 Productions, Philadelphia’s All Comedy Theatre Company. Showtime is Thursday, October 22, 2015, at 6 p.m. beginning with a reception and light fare followed by the performance at 7 p.m. in the Annenberg Auditorium at Lankenau Medical Center. Philadelphia’s favorite stage couple has teamed up for an evening of original comedy and classic songs surveying the wild and hilarious world of American celebrity. Throughout “Let’s Pretend We’re Famous,” Braithwaite and Childs will be the tour guides on the great arc of fame. Tickets at $30 (general seating) and $50 (premium seating) are available through the Human Resources Department and the Volunteer Office (484-476-2139) Monday through Friday. All proceeds will benefit Patient Care Enhancement Programs at Lankenau.

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Riverbend Features Local Talent for 8th Annual Shiverfest New This Year: World’s Fastest Pumpkin Carver Riverbend Environmental Education Center hosts its popular Halloween-themed event Saturday, October 17. Shown are Marlow Smith and family.

aturday, October 17, Riverbend Environmental Education Center hosts its popular Halloween-themed event with presenting sponsors Gardner Fox, InfraSource, PECO and the Seibert Family. From 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. families are invited to Riverbend’s tucked away preserve at 1950 Spring Mill Road to enjoy fun, family activities. Pumpkin decorating, star gazing with local astronomers, a moon bounce, trick or treat and haunted trails, reptiles, and Sandy Hill Farm pony rides create the ultimate October experience. In addition to welcoming Steve Clarke, the world’s fastest pumpkin carver to his first Shiverfest, Riverbend will host The Academy of Natural Sciences for an exciting birds of prey table. “As we approach our 8th annual Shiverfest event, we couldn’t be more excited to welcome families ready to celebrate the harvest season and Halloween,” said Executive Director, Laurie Bachman. “In addition to our always-popular classic activities we have some new fun in store for visitors this year.” Shiverfest is not only a sought-after family event; it is Riverbend’s largest fundraising event. Businesses and families support Riverbend by becoming Shiverfest sponsors at various levels. Support from the event directly fuels education programs for children. Last year Riverbend’s school initiatives alone reached over 10,000 students through on-site and off-site visits, with 65% from underserved communities. “Shiverfest is all about fun, but the proceeds from this fundraising event provide much- needed support for Riverbend’s education programs. Our programs help shape and inspire environmental stewardship in tomorrow’s leaders,” said Bachman. Shiverfest tickets, while they last, are $12 in advance or $15 at the door. Children 3 and under are free so mark your calendar for a night of fall fun! For information about the event, volunteering or tickets, visit www.riverbendeec.org. For info, contact Lisa Matthews, Community Relations Manager at 610-527-5234 x104 or via email at lmatthews@riverbendeec.org.

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The National Merit Scholarship Corporation named two Merion Mercy Academy seniors as National Merit Semifinalists and seven as Commended Students. MMA’s National Merit Scholars: Front – Maeve Moran, commended, Havertown; Emmalee Graham, commended, Audubon, NJ, and Fiona Kennedy, commended, Berwyn; Back – Megan Gilligan, semifinalist, Media; Sabina Maurer, commended, Philadelphia; Kristin LaMonaca, semifinalist, Newtown Square; Sabrina Ciervo, commended, Marlton, NJ, Emma Barrera, commended, Upper Darby; and Meghan McDermott, commended, Drexel Hill.

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7th Annual Rest in Peace 5K Run rick or treat…move your feet, on October 10! Kick off your Halloween season in the right way. Organized by East Falls Fitness and the Friends of Laurel Hill Cemetery with the help of Presenting Sponsor, East River Bank, the Rest in Peace 5K Run is the only Halloween costume run and after-party in a Cemetery at night in the region. Proceeds benefit the Friends of Laurel Hill Cemetery, a 501c3 nonprofit that works to preserve and promote the historical character of Laurel Hill Cemetery through educational programs and public outreach. Unique and challenging, the run winds through the headstones in Laurel Hill Cemetery, a beautiful National Historic Landmark, located in the Ridge, Allegheny, Hunting Park and East Falls neighborhoods. Participants and spectators alike are encouraged to attend in Halloween attire. Runners can register as individuals or as teams. Following the run, join for the after-party at Laurel Hill Cemetery featuring free beer, spooky treats, and great music! Prizes will be given out for best costumes and to the winners of the run. Don’t forget your wallets! Buy tickets to participate in our 50/50 raffle and make donations. Proceeds will support our charitable cause. This year’s race is scheduled for Saturday, October 10. Registration opens at 4 p.m. Run starts at 5 p.m. After-party starts at 6 p.m. The race takes place at Laurel Hill Cemetery, located at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Runners can register at www.rip5k.org. Registration is a flat, non-refundable fee of $35 for Adults 20+, $20 for Teens ages 13 -19 and $15 for Kids ages 8-12. Teams receive an additional discount. Registration includes gift bag and t-shirt. Walk-ups welcome! Day-of registration includes a gift bag and t-shirt, however, t-shirt sizes are issued on a first-come, first-served basis. The Day-of Registration cost for Adults 20+ is $40. The Rest in Peace 5K is currently seeking sponsorships and general donations. In addition to actual participation in the run, there are easy ways to support our fundraising efforts. To find out more about sponsorship and donation opportunities, visit www.rip5k.org.

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Leonard Freed’s “American Soldiers Stand Guard as the Berlin Wall is Put Up,” 1961, Courtesy Brigitte Freed/Magnum Photos social boundaries in the United States as well as the historical crossroads of Berlin. The exhibit will run at Haverford College’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery from October 23 through December 13, and will kick off Friday, Oct. 23 with a public keynote conversation between Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic at The New York Times, and curator Paul M. Farber, at 4:30 p.m., in Haverford’s Sharpless Auditorium. An opening reception will follow from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Gallery. The 23 American artists featured in “The Wall in Our Heads” demonstrate a practice of civic engagement by moving in and out of U.S. borders, and critically exploring the space between democratic ideals and deeds. Those artists also include Lindy Annis, Alexandra Avakian, Frank Hallam Day, Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0/b.a.n.g. lab, Ron English, Allen Frame, Leonard Freed, Oliver Harrington, Carol Highsmith, James Huckenpahler, Farrah Karapetian, Nilay Lawson, Oliver Miller, Stephanie Syjuco, Shinkichi Tajiri, Bill Van Parys and Reyes Melendez, and Lawrence Weiner. Information on additional programming, including gallery talks, an arts practitioner roundtable, and a student response exhibition, can be found on the exhibit site: www.exhibits.haverford.edu/thewallinourheads. “The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall” is presented by the John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities with the support of Haverford’s new Initiative in Ethical Engagement and Leadership. Part of the John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities and located in Whitehead Campus Center, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery is open Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., and Wednesdays until 8 p.m. For more information, contact Matthew Seamus Callinan, associate director of the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery and campus exhibitions, at 610-896-1287 or mcallina@haverford.edu. Haverford College is located at 370 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA 19041.

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Funds research to find cures and ensure access to treatments for all blood cancer patients oming together for a common goal, friends, families and co-workers will come together on Saturday, October 17, 2015 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Chester County Light The Night Walk at Wilson Farm Park in Radnor Township. Light The Night is an inspirational and memorable evening. During the two-mile leisurely walk, participants carry illuminated lanterns – white for survivors, red for supporters, and gold in memory of loved ones lost to cancers. Thousands of walkers will form a community of support, care, and love, bringing light into the dark world of cancer. Carolina Alzate of Lower Merion Township will walk alongside her team, Team TOBON, madeup of her family and friends in-honor of her late husband, Diego. After her husband passed away in early 2014, Alzate and her two young girls, Isabela and Camilla, turned to LLS’s Light The Night to raise awareness and funds for their mission to have a world without blood cancer. “My mission is to let no one else have to face the darkness and overwhelming uncertainty that I did last when my husband was diagnosed with cancer,” said Alzate. Alzate formed Team TOBAN determined to raise the most funds in-honor of her husband. Her team last year consisted of 150 walk participants and raised an impressive $55,570 from their fundraising efforts making Team TOBON the Top Friends & Family Team at the 2014 Chester County Walk. “My hope was for my husband to get better, for the girls to grow up with a father, and for our family to be united and stronger from battling cancer,” said Alzate. “Although my hope was never fulfilled, a new hope has emerged. A hope to embrace our personal experience to support the mission of LLS.” There is no fundraising minimum to participate in the Light The Night, but every walker is encouraged to become a Champion For Cures by raising $100 or more. Nationally, participants raise an average of $250. “Light The Night gives hope to patients and their families and lets them know that they are not alone in their battle against cancer,” said the Eastern Pennsylvania Executive Director, Ellen Rubesin. “It is a night to pay tribute to lives touched by cancer, honor those we have lost, and celebrate the lives that have been saved.” Take steps to participate in Light The Night. Register today! For information about Light The Night, contact 800-482-2873 or visit www.lightthenight.org/epa.

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City Suburban News, Year 31, No. 6, October 7 - October 13, 2015. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line area.

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