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Year 32, No. 19

Celebrating 32 Years of Community News

Sgt. Pepper’s 50th Anniversary Coming to Philly POPS Stage 65-Piece POPS Orchestra will Perform the Revolutionary 1967 Album and More Beatles Favorites

January 11 – January 17, 2017

Laughing Outside the Lines with “Mom’s Comedy Coloring Book” hen artist and humorist Margie Cherry gave birth to two daughters in the early 1990’s, she

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Meet artist, humorist and creator of “Mom’s Comedy Coloring Book,” Margie Cherry on Sunday, January 15, from noon to 2 p.m. at Trail’s End Café at Cynwyd Station.

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In honor of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ groundbreaking record “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” the Philly POPS will perform the album February 3, 4, and 5 at the Kimmel Center. Photo/JaimeEscarpeta n honor of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ groundbreaking record “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” – which Rolling Stone calls the most important rock & roll album ever made – the Philly POPS will perform the album that transformed rock forever on February 3, 4, and 5 at the Kimmel Center. The show features the Classical Mystery Tour, a group of four musicians who perform the music of The Beatles exclusively with sym-

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phony orchestras. The performers resemble John, Paul, George, and Ringo in look and sound – and dress the part in Sgt. Pepper and Abbey Road costumes. “The Classical Mystery Tour specializes in performing songs of The Beatles that used orchestral arrangement... songs that they recorded in the studio but couldn’t play live,” said Michael Krajewski, Philly POPS Music Director. “That’s where the Philly POPS comes

had no idea that her new family would be the impetus behind her “Mom-Com” movement then, and now the inspiration of the newly released “Mom’s Comedy Coloring Book.” Cherry, a career counselor, realized that her stress at being a new mom 20 years ago was a stress that all moms experienced so she sought to help alleviate that stress through comedy and art. “I began drawing The Art of Motherhood cartoon which appeared in several publications and four anthologies that led to my stand-up ‘Momedy’ act and then my Mom’s Comedy Workshops,” Cherry explained. “What started as a way to maintain my sanity helped lots of other new moms maintain their sanity as well. In the workshops, I was able to teach moms how to deal with the stresses of parenthood by creating comedy. Nothing is more healing than humor. Cherry’s work gar-

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36th Annual Chinese New Year Celebration Saturday, January 21, 2017 • ROOSTER: 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017 ake some joyous noise when you call in the Year of the Rooster at the Penn Museum’s 36th Annual Chinese New Year Celebration on Saturday, January 21, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The festive day features traditional Chinese music, contemporary Asian film and Asian American art,


“People born in the year of the Rooster are very observant, hardworking, resourceful, courageous, talented, and self-confident. Roosters are always active, amusing and popular among the crowd. They are talkative, outspoken, frank, open, honest, and loyal individuals. They like to be the center of attention and always appear attractive. — from The Chinese Zodiac zodiac gallery tours, tangram workshops, tai chi, falun gong and kung fu martial arts demonstrations, calligraphy, family crafts and much more—with the grand finale drums and the roar of the lion dance and parade. Activities are held in the Museum’s Rotunda, which houses one of the finest collections of

monumental Chinese art in the country, and throughout the international galleries of the Museum. New this year, the Philadelphia Asian Film Festival and the Asian Arts Initiative partner with the event, providing a taste of contemporary Asian and Asian American media and arts, while Chinese for Families returns to offer a rich hour of programming. The Epoch Times, with The traditional Lion Dance is a favorite part of the Museum’s annual Chinese New Year Celebration. Photo/Penn Museum a Chinese edition which boasts the largest circulation among Chinese media in the United States, is media sponsor for the event. The Celebration is the second in the Museum’s popular World Culture Day series. Families can pick up a Passport to Cultures upon arrival, or bring one they’ve started, and collect stamps to earn an invitation to a special Penn Museum Junior Anthropologist ceremony. See Chinese New Year Celebration at Penn Museum page 8

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EVEN MORE EVENTS Lunch and Learn with the Rabbi Wednesday, January 18, 12:15 p.m. join for some stimulating lunchtime conversation and learning with Rabbi Straus. Steven Handleman hosts lunch at his office at Parkview Towers, 1150 First Avenue, Suite 450 (4th Floor), King of Prussia, PA. (This is the building adjacent to, and to the right of the Valley Forge Radisson and Casino.) Bring your lunch and a friend (who need not be an MLRT congregant). Steven supply beverages and dessert and Rabbi Straus will serve up the discussion. To attend, contact Steven at Even if you do not RSVP, you are still welcome to come. Visit

What is the Value of Human Life? Gilad Shalit and the Ethics of Prisoner Exchanges

Hilltoppers Event Hilltoppers of Temple Sholom in Broomall hosts the Grateful Alive Band for a musical performance unlike any other on Thursday, January 19 at 1:30 p.m. The group, hailing from West Chester, is an all-volunteer band of musicians who perform at area senior centers, nursing homes and veterans hospitals. They play only old tunes, nothing after 1948. The group is comprised of, among others, a rabbi, a lawyer, an engineer, and several teachers. In addition to vocals, you will hear violins, a bass, a saxophone, a keyboard, a flute, and more. The Grateful Alive Band formed 20 years ago, to bring the message of gratitude for life. Though the members change, their philosophy remains the same. Temple Sholom in Broomall is located at 55 N. Church Lane, Broomall, PA 19008. There’s a $5 suggested donation for non-Hilltoppers members. If you are in need of special accommodations, contact the Temple office, 610-356-5165.

WXPN Free at Noon The Arkells perform at WXPN Free at Noon on Friday, January 20, at World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104. Show is free with RSVP:

Songs of Frank Sinatra and Friends Bruce Klauber once again steps out from behind the drums to sing the songs of Frank Sinatra and friends at Paris Wine Bar, 2303 Fairmount Avenue in Center City Philadelphia, from 9 p.m. to midnight on Saturday evening, January 21. There is no cover or music charge, but reservations are strongly suggested via 215-978-4545.

“Driving Miss Daisy” Bristol Riverside Theatre heads into the new year with Alfred Urhy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic “Driving Miss Daisy” January 24 February 12. Directed by Amy Kaissar, the ensemble cast includes Marvin Bell, Michael Samuel Kaplan, and Lucy Martin. Previews begin Tuesday, January 24 with opening night on Thursday, January 26. Performances run Wednesday through Sunday with a single Tuesday preview until February 12. Tickets start at $33, with discounts for students, groups and military personnel. Tickets are available by visiting or calling the BRT Box Office at 215-785-0100. Bristol Riverside Theatre is located at 120 Radcliffe Street in Bristol, PA.

ElderNet: Neighbors Helping Neighbors Presentation On Wednesday, January 25 at 1 p.m., representatives from ElderNet will give a presentation on the free services available to older adults in Lower Merion township. ElderNet helps older adults to remain living independently and safely in their homes by providing free, practical, volunteer and social work service. Learn about their service including transportation, financial aid, home care, their food pantry, social work and more. Come early to enjoy a catered lunch provided by Betty the Caterer for only $2 before the workshop (at noon)! Stop by 100 Conway Avenue, Narberth, to sign up or call 610- 664-2366.

Current Events Program On Thursday, January 26 at 9:30 a.m., Dana Hasness from the office of State Senator Daylin Leach leads an installment of New Horizons’ stimulating monthly discussions of politics and current events in an informal format. Coffee and donuts served. Advance registration is requested. Interested parties can stop by in person to New Horizons Senior Center, 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd floor or call 610-664-2366.

Israel and other countries have had to make difficult decisions about exchanging captives for terrorist prisoners. These exchanges are often very lopsided deals. What does Jewish law and tradition have to say about these exchanges? On Sunday, January 22, join Main Line Reform Temple for this meaningful lecture by Rabbi Alan Iser (shown), former pulpit rabbi and Hillel director and current adjunct professor in of Theology at Villanova and St. Joseph’s Universities. Coffee and bagels at 9:30 a.m.; the program begins at 10 a.m. All are welcome. Main Line Reform Temple is located at 410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood. Call 610-649-7800 for information. by Emily Mann, adapted from the book by Miss Sarah (“Sadie”) L. Delany and Dr. A. Elizabeth (“Bessie”) Delany with Amy Hill Hearth. Running January 27 - February 19 and directed by Mary B. Robinson, the cast features Perri Gaffney and Cherene Snow as the two Delany sisters. Previews of “Having Our Say” begin on January 27, with opening night on Wednesday, February 1. Performances run Tuesdays through Sundays until February 19. Tickets starting at $15 are available by calling the PTC Box Office at 215-985-0420 or visiting

From Farm Fields to Campus Landscape: The Haverford College Arboretum Using captivating stories and historic images, author of “Haverford College Arboretum,” and arboretum plant curator, Martha Van Artsdalen, will trace the evolution of the Haverford College campus from 1833, when it began as farm fields, to its park-like setting today, for the Narberth Area Garden Club, on Thursday, February 2, 2017, at 7:15 p.m. For this occasion, the venue for the meeting will be the new Narberth Bookshop, 221 Haverford Avenue, Narberth, PA 19072. Visitors welcome with $6 admission; free for members.

Lankenau Medical Center Used Book Sale

The Women’s Board of Lankenau Medical Center in Wynnewood will hold its annual used book sale on Wednesday, February 8 (8 a.m. - 4 p.m.) and Thursday, February 9 (8 a.m. - 3 p.m.) in the cafeteria. Thousands of books of all types and age are available for perusal and purchase. All proceeds are used to further patient care at the hospital. Tri-chairs are Women’s Board members Barbara Scorzetti, Peggy Cristofalo and Barbara Evans. More information is available by contacting Angela Ottaviani in “Having Our Say, The Delany Sisters’ the Volunteer Office at 484-476-2139. Book donations are taken all durFirst 100 Years” ing the year at this office and at the medical center’s thrift shop, The Philadelphia Theatre Company kicks off the new year with the inspiring Hamper Shop, on Montgomery Avenue in Narberth. and warm-hearted “Having Our Say, The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years” Thanks for Reading City Suburban News Every Week!

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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS Traditional Jazz by The Barbone Street Jazz Band to Energize Audiences January 15 larinetist Steve Barbone will lead one of the Delaware Valley’s best-known and hardest-swinging musical groups, The Barbone Street Jazz Band, for an afternoon of hot Dixieland Jazz at Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA, on Sunday, January 15, at 2 p.m. Barbone has been playing clarinet for 60 years and has shared a stage


The Barbone Street Jazz Band performs traditional jazz at Tri-State Jazz Society’s concert at Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA, on Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 2 p.m. Photo/Jim McGann with many jazz legends from Coleman Hawkins to Thelonious Monk. For the January 15 concert, presented by Tri-State Jazz Society, he’ll share the stage with some of Philly’s best and most experienced Dixieland/swing players. Half-price admission of $10, payable at the door, is available for first-time attendees and members; general admission is $20; full-time students with IDs and children are free. There are no advance sales or reservations. The Arts Center is less than a mile from the Media-Swarthmore exit of I-476 and has free parking. For information see or call 856-720-0232.

“Criminal Injustice in the Age of Trump” at the Ethical Society n “Criminal Injustice in the Age of Trump,” Adam Benforado, author of bestselling “Unfair” and Drexel law professor, will address this pivotal moment as Trump takes office in the criminal justice system at 11 a.m. Sunday, January 15 at the Philadelphia Ethical Society, 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square. Program is open to the public. Opportunity for dialogue following coffee hour. To make progress in the fight against abuse, unequal treatment, and wrongful convictions, Benforado argues that we must move beyond the conventional accounts that place blame on bigoted police officers, corrupt prosecutors, and other evil actors. Rather, we must consider the hidden psychological biases that shape all of our behavior, and accept that good people – judges, jurors, witnesses, and cops – can create terrible injustice. Adam Benforado is professor of law at Drexel University and the best-selling author of “Unfair: The New Science of


Criminal Injustice.” His research is focused on applying insights from psychology and neuroscience to legal issues. A graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School, he served as a clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and an attorney at Jenner & Block. He has published numerous scholarly articles in law reviews and scientific journals, and his popular writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Scientific American, Slate, and The Atlantic. For information, contact the Society at or 215-735-3456 or visit the Ethical Society at Free street parking by permit available on arrival. The Philadelphia Ethical Society is a humanist community dedicated to honoring the worth of every individual, nurturing ethical relationships, and building social justice. Ethical humanists believe in deed before creed, and seek to inspire themselves and others to live more ethically.

Talk on the Globalization of the City of Brotherly Love Presented by John Smith and Alan omeGrown-Lectures, Learning, Locally is a series of presentations given by local experts from the extended Main Line community and held at the Wayne Art Center. On Thursday, January 19, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., John Smith and Alan Greenberger will explain how America’s birthplace and our “hometown” has been named the country’s first World Heritage City. John is a longstanding member of the Philadelphia Bar and a recently retired partner at Reed Smith. Although he’s worked for many years within our city’s arts and multicultural movements, John’s over-riding interest has been to make Philadelphia a more global city. In 2010, John joined with a number of leading civic organizations to create the Global Philadelphia Association and served as its board chair from its inception. His collaborator in this venture is Alan Greenberger. Alan was the former Deputy Mayor for Economic Development


Greenberger at Wayne Art Center and Director of Commerce for the City of Philadelphia from 2009 through 2015 under the administration of former mayor Michael Nutter. He also served as Executive Director and then Chairman of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission during that same period. In November 2015, as a result of John and Alan’s shared vision and tireless campaigning, Philadelphia was accepted to full membership in the Organization of World Heritage Cities, allowing us to enjoy an unparalleled set of relationships with some of the world’s most prominent cities. The transformative opportunities this designation brings to our city and ourselves will be showcased by John and Alan during this evening at HomeGrown. The Wayne Art Center is located at 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087. Call 610-688-3553 or visit for tickets and information.

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nered a great deal of attention from moms, dads and even grandparents, but she notes that she was way ahead of the trend. “When I hung up my pen and ink and returned to school, blogging was in its infancy. Motherhood as a pop culture phenomenon was not yet a thing. Five years later, 23 million moms burst onto the blogging scene writing about the same angst that I tackled originally with my cartoons and stand-up. And today, as a career counselor dealing with working moms, I can attest that the stresses are still the same, if not even more intense. That’s why it was important for me to get out Mom’s Comedy Coloring Book. Moms need stress relief now more than ever.” To Havertown resident Cherry, “Mom’s Comedy Coloring Book” (Humoroutcasts Press) is different than other adult

coloring books in that it is not just a tool to zone out. This coloring book offers relaxation and then uses laughter and creativity to flex brains, re-energize the body and soul and boost the ever-important immune system with laughter. “The coloring book is full of vintage mom cartoons to color, plus pages for moms to create their own cartoons. Turning your own frustrations into funnies is empowering and energizing. You get to color, laugh, AND create…it’s like sipping a glass of chardonnay while doing shots of espresso! The whole idea is to laugh out loud or even laugh outside the lines!” HumorOutcasts Press is hosting a book party for Margie Cherry on Sunday, January 15, 2017 from noon to 2 p.m. at Trail’s End Café at Cynwyd Station, at Conshohocken State Road and Montgomery Avenue in Bala Cynwyd. For info, contact Donna Cavanagh at

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he Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend will kick off with a couple of important community events both supported by and in partnership with the NAACP Main Line Branch on Saturday, January 14, 2017. At 2 p.m., “All Children Equal Success” and local author Nahjee Grant will sponsor a session at the Ardmore Library (108 Ardmore Avenue, Ardmore, PA) for parents to bring their children to join veterans for story time and arts and crafts based on Dr. King’s life and legacy. At 3 p.m., in partnership with the Young Adult Ministry of


Zion Baptist Church of Ardmore (221 W. Spring Avenue, Ardmore, PA), a screening of filmmaker Ava DuVernay’s powerful documentary, “13th” will take place at the church. This documentary explores the history of racial inequity in the United States and the true implications of the 13th Amendment. A conversation about the movie will follow. For more details contact Diana Robertson, president of NAACP Main Line branch 215-605-5327 or 231450747263551/.

Kampf and Ministerium Join for Third Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service “Attendees may donate non-perishable food or personal ep. Warren Kampf (R-Montgomery/Chester), working in collaboration with the Upper Main Line Ministerium, will care items,” Kampf said. All ages are welcome to participate. Activities include: take part in the third annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of • Make no-sew fleece blankets for veterans and seniors. Service. The day of service will take place on Monday, Janu• Collect and deliver non-perishable food items to local ary 16, from 10 a.m. to noon, at St. Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran food pantry. Church, 203 N. Valley Forge Road in Devon. • Make birthday cards for veterans and seniors. “Please join us and many others from across the region as • Assemble care packages for the homeless. we gather friends and families for hands-on community ser• Create the “Helping Hands Mural.” vice projects as we honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, • Learn about ongoing service opportunities in our comJr.,” Kampf said. This tradition brings together families and neighbors for munity, as well as state-related assistance programs. For information call Kampf’s office at 610-251-2876. hands-on community service activities.


Main Line Martin Luther King Association Celebrates MLK Day The Main Line Martin Luther King Association will hold its annual MLK Day program on Sunday, January 15, at 3 p.m. The event will be held at Bryn Mawr College’s Goodhart Hall, 150 N. Merion Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. NBC10 reporter Monique Braxton will emcee the event, which features a musical tribute to Dr. King. This event is free and open to the public.

Delaware Art Museum Free Admission for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day The Delaware Art Museum iwill open the Museum and offer free admission and a service project on Monday, January 16, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. On this national day of service, Americans of all ages and backgrounds honor Dr. King’s dedication to freedom and justice through service projects that strengthen communities, empower individuals, and bridge barriers. In partnership with the Sunday Breakfast Mission, the public is invited to create “quilt” cards between 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. that will be distributed with meals for those in need. The Mission serves the homeless, addicted and impoverished through a variety of programs in Wilmington, Delaware. All galleries will be free and open to the public. Always on view are the Museum’s renowned collection of British Pre-Raphaelite art and the Museum’s spectacular collection of American art and Illustration. The Delaware Art Museum is at 2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19806. For info, call 302-571-9590 or 866-232-3714 (toll free), or visit for a full list of programs, events, and exhibitions on view.


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By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer • Dukes of Destiny in concert, Friday, January 20 at The Mermaid Inn, Germantown Avenue and Mermaid Lane in Chestnut Hill, Phila., 9 p.m. - 12:15 a.m. with two sets of Dukes’ music and room to dance. Admission is $12. For reservations or info, call 215247-9797 or visit • See the Escher Quartet with Samuel Rhodes, viola in concert at the American Philosophical Society, Benjamin Franklin Hall, 427 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, Sunday, January 15, at 3 p.m. The fast-rising, NYC-based Escher Quartet, currently serving as quartet-in-residence at The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will perform Mendelssohn: Quartet in F Minor, Op. 80, Britten: Quartet in C Major, Op. 36, and Bruckner: String Quintet in F Major. For tickets ($25, $10 for students) or info, call 215-569-8080 or visit[UNIQID. • Maureen McGovern, Grammy nominated singer and best selling recording artist, will appear at The Rrazz Room in the Prince Theater, 1412 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, Sunday, January 15, at 5 p.m. She also appeared on Broadway in shows such as The “Dukes of Destiny” – front, from left – Rich Curtis, AC Steel; back, Pirates of Penzance, Nine, Three Penny Opera, Little from left – John Colgan-Davis, Carl Snyder, Bob Holden, Women and The King and I. For tickets ($45 to $65) or Arlyn Wolters. Photo/John Colgan-Davis info, call 267-239-2941 or visit therrazzroom. • The Christine/Elliot Spero Duo will perform a Laura Nyro tribute, Spero Plays Nyro at the Tin Angel, 20 South 2nd Street in Philadelphia, Sunday, January 22, at 7 p.m. Laura Nyro was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. The Tin Angel will close its doors in February. For tickets ($20) or info, call 215-928-0770 or visit • The Broadway Theatre of Pitman, 43 South Broadway in Pitman, NJ, presents La Cage aux Folles, January 13 February 5. Georges is the owner of the best nightclub in St. Tropez, which features Drag Show performances starring his lover of 20 years, Albin. Paradise becomes rocky after Jean-Michael, the son of Georges, announces his marriage into a very conservative family. Will this new family learn to accept Georges and Albin, despite their different lifestyles? Get ready for the collision of two very different worlds with the union of this couple. For tickets ($28) or info, call 856-384-8381 or visit Dining Around • At The Table BYOB, 11 Louella Court in Wayne, PA, is co-owners Tara Buzan and Executive Chef, Alexander Hardy’s 20-seater, located in the heart of Wayne, offering intimate décor and modern cuisine. Select from the A La Carte Menu or experience their five-course ($65) or eight-course ($95) Tasting Menu. Guests choose their protein for each course, noting any allergies or aversions, and Chef Hardy will create their unique menus. For reservations or info, call 610-964-9700 or visit • Fine Palate, 231 South 15th Street in Philadelphia, offers Executive Chef, Vince Joseph and Owner, Courtney Dow’s first-anniversary celebration with a new lounge on the first floor, new weekday lunch service, and new menu changes on the dinner menu showcasing the EDUCATION NEWS Students Inducted into The Haverford School’s Cum Laude Chapter finest ingredients from around the world. The first floor dining room is transformed into an upscale and modern lounge, featuring oversize chairs, plush pillows, muted colors, luxurious curtains, and minimalist decorative accents paired with a lounge-only menu of 16 - 18 dishes ranging from $3 to $20. On the dinner side, formal service will move up the grand staircase to the second floor dining room that overlooks the bar and new lounge. For reservaT tions or info, call 267-318-7971 or visit Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication date to: Follow paragraph format. April 23 – April 29, 2014


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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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in. We have a full orchestra complete with those extra instruments. Beatles aficionados will be blown away hearing us perform these songs.” The show will feature songs from “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” and more Fab Four hits, including: “With a Little Help From My Friends,” “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” “When I’m Sixty-Four,” “A Day In the Life,” “Eleanor Rigby,” “Love is All You Need,” “Come Together,” “Here Comes the Sun,” “I Am the Walrus,” “Imagine,” and “Yellow Submarine.” Friday, February 3 – 6:30 p.m.: Pre-concert entertainment and conversation, Plaza Stage, Kimmel Center. 8 p.m.: “Sgt. Pepper Celebration,” Verizon Hall, Kimmel Center. Saturday, February 4 – 1:30 p.m.: Pre-concert entertainment and conversation, Plaza Stage, Kimmel Center. 3 p.m.: “Sgt. Pepper Celebration,” Verizon Hall, Kimmel Center. Sunday, February 5 – 1:30 p.m.: Pre-concert entertainment and conversation, Plaza Stage, Kimmel Center. 3 p.m.: “Sgt. Pepper Celebration,” Verizon Hall, Kimmel Center. Tickets: $35-$145. Visit The Philly POPS performs as a founding resident company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, and at venues throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

“Constellations” at The Wilma Theater The Wilma’s production stars a real-life married couple. HotHouse Company members Sarah Gliko and Jered McLenigan are both veterans of The Wilma Theater, but this will be the first time the couple will be playing characters who interact. The story of boy meets girl is turned on its head as playwright Nick Payne launches it into the quantum multiverse in “Constellations.” The possibility that multiple versions of our world exist is drawn out through the relationship of theoretical physicist Marianne and beekeeper Roland. A lifetime of possibilities lies within each moment: seemingly mundane choices catapult Marianne and Roland into wholly different lives. The two meet and re-meet at a party, get engaged or marry other people, experience a love that lasts forever or one that is tragically cut short. As time and space bend around them, their story spans friendship and free will, love and multiverse theory—and honey. “Constellations” begins on Wednesday, January 11, 2017; and opens on Wednesday, January 18, 2017. Beer Tasting pre-show reception: Friday, January 13, 7 p.m. join for a pre-show beer tasting in the lobby from 7 to 8 p.m. sponsored by Manayunk Brewing Company—complimentary for ticket-holders to that evening’s performance! Tickets are available at the Wilma’s Box Office by visiting, calling 215-546-7824, or coming to the theater, located at 265 South Broad Street in Philadelphia. Find great information and advertisers every week in City Suburban News! Friend us on Facebook!

Archbishop John Carroll High School Student Wins Widener University Leadership Award ierce Lockett, a junior at Archbishop John Carroll High School, has been recognized by Widener University and NBC 10, as a winner of the Widener University High School Leadership Award. Lockett joins 134 students from high schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Dela-


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ware who demonstrate courage and leadership within their communities. Students were selected for their abilities to stand up for what is right, address a wrong and make a difference in their communities or schools. Lockett, a resident of Ardmore, has spoken out on the use of the “r-word” in schools and his community. He was nominated for the award by Joe Denelsbeck, principal at Archbishop Carroll. Winners were invited to a celebratory breakfast at the National Constitution Center on March 20, as well as a leadership conference at Widener University this fall. Winners also receive a scholarship of $20,000 over four years if they enroll at Widener University.

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he three days before Winter Break looked very different in comparison to most days in The Baldwin School’s Middle School. The students were encouraged to tap into their creative problem-solving skills to collaborate across grades 6, 7 and 8 to tackle four different design challenges. Based on the student suggested idea of survival during natural disasters, a group of Middle School teachers developed Baldwin’s second annual all-Middle School experiential learning experience, “The Baldwin MS Survivor Challenge.” The girls worked in their design squads (mixed grade homerooms) to complete the following four challenges:


Students worked to build a shelter from bamboo, learning basic knots, hitches and lashings. • Robotic Rescue – Each design squad used robot platforms to perform robotic rescue operations, and remotely navigate around obstacles to push and remove debris to extract a “victim.” • Model FEMA – Each design squad was given a set amount of “money” and resources to achieve their disaster response goals while playing a simulation game. • Shelter Building – Each design squad built a structure out of bamboo that was sturdy and able to house the group. Students learned basic knots, hitches and lashings as part of the process. • Passive Solar House Design – Each design squad designed and built a one bedroom model house utilizing passive solar heating techniques to warm up the house and sustain that temperature as long as possible. An exciting new twist for this year involved the design squads earning materials such as foam noodles, different paddle styles and inflatable rafts. Materials were awarded based on how successfully the design squads completed each challenge. These materials were used to construct each design squad’s “boat,” which was raced across Baldwin’s pool on the last day of the Survivor Challenge. “The Survivor Challenge was certainly a fun way to spend the last three days before break,” explained Cindy Lapinski, Baldwin’s Director of Middle School. “But more importantly, this innovative learning experience engaged every girl in different ways, while promoting collaboration, problem-solving and critical thinking around a common focus—something we try to do every day in the Middle School.”

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Baldwin’s Middle School students created a one-bedroom model house using passive solar heating techniques.

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Free Jazz Piano Concert at Swarthmore College Jazz great Uri Caine will perform in a free concert at Swarthmore College on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 8 p.m. in the Lang Music Building, Concert Hall. Caine, known for his piano improvisations that transmute classical works into swinging jazz, will appear with inventive vocalist Theo Bleckmann in a program including new jazz works and improvisations on pieces by classical composers including Mozart and Mahler. The public is invited, and music students are particularly welcome. Contact: Prof. Nathalie Anderson at 610-3288141 or

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ain Line Unitarian Church, Fireside Room Gallery, preOWERS OF TTORNEY sents “Remembering the Past, Confronting the Future,” Holocaust Art by Linda Dubin Garfield and Elsa Wachs from STATE DMINISTRATION January 11 to February 25, 2017. The public is invited to a free artists’ reception on Sunday, January 29, from 1 to 3 quALITyLEGALSERvICES p.m. The Church is located at 816 South Valley Forge Road, Devon, PA 19333. Call 484-341-8014 for information. Go to ATREASonABLERATES for directions. With three shows, artists OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE Main Line Unitarian Church, Linda Dubin Garfield and Elsa 6100CityAvenue,Suite417,Philadelphia,PA19131 Wachs have collaborated on Fireside Room Gallery, presents “Remembering the the theme of the Holocaust. 215-307-3939 • Past, Confronting the Future,” Together and separately they WWW.J EFF F IRST L AW. COM explored, examined and exHolocaust Art by Linda pressed important issues Dubin Garfield and Elsa Wachs from January 11 to through their art. In “Remembering the Past, Confronting February 25, 2017. the Future” they have comROMOTE OUR DUCATIONAL bined them to make a powerful progression, sequencing ROGRAMS ERE history to affirming action. Their brief, intimate peeks into the lives of those caught Call 610-667-6623 today to reach your students! in the fiery Holocaust are what remembrance is all about. In these vignettes we see the threads that hold humanity together becoming the building blocks for our shared existence and hope for a better future. Merion Meeting Activities Building FIRST Here the artists have 18 works CLASS 615 Montgomery Ave. • Merion Station on paper and 18 fiber mixed ! FREE media works. Why 18 each? Broadway Dance & Musical Theatre The word ‘chai’ translated from Hebrew to English means Starting Sat., January 21 ‘life’ and ‘18.’ Within the JewC HILDREN A GES 8-13 ish faith, the word ‘chai’ possesses both numerical and symbolic meaning. The Hebrew word consists of two letters in Call for University City, Phila. classes! the alphabet: Chet and Yud. Together these letters form ‘chai’ which signifies life and represents being alive. The artists ask the viewers to reflect on, deliberate, resolve, and hopeForinformation:215-222-7633 fully pledge to help repair this world. Visit and for more info about the artists.







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Neumann Instructor Writes History of Williamson College of the Trades ndrew Miller, a history instructor at Neumann University, is the author of a new book entitled “Williamson College of the Trades.” The book is a history of the Middletown Township school that Quaker businessman and


Andrew Miller, a history instructor at Neumann University, is the author of the new book, “Williamson College of the Trades.” philanthropist Isaiah V. Williamson founded in 1888 to provide financially disadvantaged young men with useful trades. To this day, the students at Williamson receive free room and board and pay no tuition for their education. They report for morning inspection, attend daily chapel, and split their days between the classroom and the shop. Originally called the Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades, the institution changed its name in 2015. “Williamson has remained relevant in a changing world while still maintaining its core values of faith, integrity, diligence, excellence and service,” writes Miller. “The school helps disadvantaged young men learn an important trade and doesn’t burden them with any debt. Williamson instills good character and citizenship, and its graduates are always in high demand.” The Neumann professor spent two years researching and writing the 127-page book, including days scouring the Williamson archives for photos that help tell the school’s story. The foreword is written by Michael Rounds, president of Williamson and a retired U.S. Army officer. Book signings are scheduled for the Middletown Free Library on March 3 at 2 p.m. and for the Middletown Township Historical Society at Lima Estates on March 20 at 7 p.m. The book is published by Arcadia Press as part of its Campus History series. It retails for $21.95 and is available on and Promote Your Business Every Week in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS! Call 610-667-6623.

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The Chinese New Year Celebration is free with Museum admission donation ($15, general admission; $13, seniors [65+]; $10, children [6-17] and full-time students [with ID]; $2 ACCESS Card holders; free to children under 5, members, active U.S. Military, STAMP and PennCard holders). Based on the changing lunar calendar Chinese New Year is celebrated on a different day each year; in 2017, the official date is January 28 (Penn Museum gets an early start on the festivities). Traditional Chinese element theory assigns one of five elements to each year of every zodiac sign: Gold (Metal), Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth, and in 2017, Fire is the element associated with this Year of the Rooster. The Fire Rooster is said to be the most dramatic and energized of all the Rooster signs, living life in enthusiastic, dynamic bursts, and comfortable taking risks. Comedians Bernie Mac (died in 2008) and Fran Drescher were both born in the Year of the Fire Rooster. Stephen Lang, Keeper of the Asian Section, hosts a special collection viewing from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., featuring selections from a set of twelve rubbings of stone reliefs showing the East Asian zodiac animals at the Gyeongju, Korea tomb of General Kim Yusin (595-673), known as the hero of the Silla Kingdom. At noon and again at 3 p.m., families can take an interactive “zodiac” tour of the galleries, in search of artifacts featuring the twelve animals that make up the Chinese zodiac. Find more details about this event online at Penn Museum is located at 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (on Penn’s campus, across from Franklin Field). Museum hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and first Wednesdays of each month until 8 p.m., with P.M. @ PENN MUSEUM evening programs offered. Closed Mondays and holidays. Admission donation is $15 for adults; $13 for senior citizens (65 and above); free for U.S. Military; $10 for children and full-time students with ID; free to Members, PennCard holders, and children 5 and younger. For general information call 215-898-4000. For group tour information call 215-746-8183.

riends’ Central alumnus and Ardmore native Benj Pasek ’03, with songwriting partner Justin Paul and collaborator Justin Hurwitz, won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song for “City of Stars” in the highly acclaimed film La La Land starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. La La Land, which opened in December and received a record seven Golden Globe awards on January 8, was written and directed by Damien Chazelle (Whiplash) and features a score by Justin Hurwitz and lyrics by Pasek and Paul. Friends’ Central Drama Director Terry Guerin had the pleasure of teaching and directing Pasek in a number of performances (42nd Street and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying) while he was a student at Friends’ Central, and she remains in close contact with him today. Guerin shares, “Benj’s success comes as no surprise—he was an integral part of the drama program here at FCS. We are thrilled beyond belief and so grateful for his continued support of our students.” Keep your eye on Pasek and Paul, as they are in the midst of a number of exciting highprofile projects. In addition to their success with La La Land, Pasek and Paul have an original musical, Dear Evan Hansen, currently running on Broadway, and they are writing the music for an upcoming film with Hugh Jackman called The Greatest Showman, which tells the story of P.T. Barnum, founder of the circus that became Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.


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“Expressions of Radnor 2017,” “Art Work by Frank Bernard” and “Elisabeth Braun: Deep Space” February 21 – March 18, 2017 he Wayne Art Center presents three exhibitions – “Expressions of Radnor 2017,” “Art Work by Frank Bernard” and “Elisabeth Braun: Deep Space” – on view from February 21 through March 18, 2017. In the Davenport Gallery, “Expressions of Radnor” is open to all artists who are legal residents of Radnor Township. Artists are eligible to submit two pieces of original artwork including oil or acrylic painting, watercolor, pastel, photography, original print, mixed media, ceramics, stained glass or sculpture. The entry fee is $10 per piece and covers administrative and installation costs. Artists should drop off entries on Saturday, February 4 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. or Monday, February 6 from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Frank Bernard has been a valued member of the Wayne Art Center community for decades, a fixture in classes and the galleries. His solo show of paintings will be on display in the Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Gallery. “Elisabeth Braun: Deep Space” explores the spontaneous splashing of India inks on uncommon media; the Dadaist of the early 20th century called this psychic automatism. This exhibition will be displayed in the Vidinghoff Gallery. The opening of all three exhibitions will be celebrated on Sunday, February 26, from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., with “Expressions of Radnor” awards presented by juror Beth Clark at 4:30 p.m. This event is free, and offers the public a chance to meet the artists and enjoy refreshments. The Wayne Art Center galleries are open from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m., Monday through Friday and Saturdays 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. The Wayne Art Center is located at 413 Maplewood Avenue in Wayne, PA and offers stateof-the-art, handicap-accessible facilities, free private parking, and is within walking distance of public transportation. For information, call 610-688-3553 or visit


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City Suburban News, Year 32, No. 19, January 11 - January 17, 2017. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line area...

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