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

Year 29, No. 22

Celebrating 29 Years of Community News

February 5 – February 11, 2014

Force-Free Animal Training Seminar Golden Slipper on the Main Line Spring Series at Harcum College Nationally-recognized animal trainer Barbara Heidenreich to explain animal behavior

Features New Course “Meet the Filmmakers”


arcum College’s Animal Center Management Program will offer a one-day animal training workshop – for veterinary professionals and members of the public who own or work with animals – with Barbara Heiden reich on Saturday, March 8, 2014, at Harcum’s Bryn Mawr Campus. Heidenreich is a professional animal trainer who advocates a forcefree approach to animal training and treatment. She is an author, lecturer, consultant to zoos and animal parks, and an adjunct professor at Texas A&M University. Her workshop will focus on understanding animal behavior and techniques to make veterinary care stress-free, with an

Live Music at the New Leaf Club Page 5

Kal Rudman Helps Haverford High’s Radio Studio Page 9

“Miss Nelson is Missing” at PCS Children’s Theater Page 11

Valentine’s Dining & Entertainment Pages 6 & 7

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Warren Bass will present his film, “The Urban World.”

olden Slipper on the Main Line, Programs for Active Adults presents its Spring 2014 series beginning Monday, February 24 featuring an exclusive course, “Meet the Filmmakers.” “We have a group of movie enthusiasts and a vibrant and dynamic film community in Philadelphia, so it seemed natural to bring them together,” says Cheryl Blumenthal, Program Coordinator of Golden Slipper on the Main Line. “We A one-day animal training workshop for veterinary professionals and invited several filmmakers to share their inspired work and members of the public who own or work with animals will be held documentaries with our attendees, who will have an opporwith Barbara Heidenreich on Saturday, March 8, 2014, tunity to view many acclaimed films they do not ordinarily at Harcum’s Bryn Mawr Campus. have the opportunity to see.” The participating filmmakers include: Warren Bass, The Urban World; Alison Crouse, My Cells are Red Bananas; Haitao Guo, David and Patricia; Richemphasis on working with parrots. The March 8 workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost is $65 and includes ard Power Hoffman, Watermelon Magic; Debbie Rudman, City Harvest; Bianca Swift, Germantown Boys; Michael Zolomij, lunch. To register go to For information, visit or contact Linward Robinson, Program distinctive short films from The eight week series runs from February 24 - April 17 Director, Animal Center Management, at 610-526-6131 or and will offer courses in Architecture, Broadway Music, History, Law, World Affairs, Tai Chi and the Monday Speakers Montgomery County Community College Celebrates Black History Month Forum with distinguished local guests. All programs will be held in Frankel Hall at Adath Israel located at 250 N. Highland Avenue, Merion Station, PA. For a program guide or information on registering, contact Cheryl Blumenthal at 610-359-8632, ext. 11, email at cblumenthal@ or go to been praised by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Ren celebration of Black History view for “displaying stylistic versatility and Month, Montgomery County extraordinary elan” and hailed by DANCE Community College welcomes magazine as one of 2012’s “25 to Watch.” the prestigious August Wilson The Ensemble is led by artistic Center Dance Ensemble to director Greer Reed, a native of Pittsthe Science Center Theatre, burgh who returned to her roots 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell, after stints with the Dance Theawith a daytime perforter of Harlem and the mance geared toward Alvin Ailey American school-age children and Dance Theater. Reed families on Friday, Februworks with renowned ary 21, at 10:30 a.m. and an choreographers evening performance on Saturand a select group day, February 22, at 8 p.m. Tickets of dance art for the evening performance cost $28 ists to bring for general admission and $12 for chilthe multiculdren under age 12, with $5 tickets for all tural dance ages available for the daytime perforcommunity mance. Visit together in a proor call 215-641-6518 for tickets and fessional, educainformation. tional environment. Based in Pittsburgh’s August With a repertoire Wilson Center for African Amerithat features a varican Culture, the Ensemble celeety of works by Antonio brates the African diaspora while Debbie Rudman will present her film, “City Harvest.” keeping black dance traditions alive. It has See August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble on page 12

Performances by the August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble Feb. 21-22



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