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Year 31, No. 26

Celebrating 31 Years of Community News

Explore the Haverford College Arboretum in New Book Local author pens new book using stunning, vintage images. he newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s popular Images of America series is “Haverford College Arboretum,” by author and arboretum plant curator Martha J. Van Artsdalen. The book, released on February 29, 2016, features 200 vintage images, many of which have never been published, and chronicles the history of the Pennsylvania college’s arboretum. In 1833, when the first 23 students arrived at what is now Haverford College, they found one school building surrounded by nearly 200 acres of farmland, woods, and a small creek. The story of how

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C RIMINAL I NJUSTICE : I NNOCENT M AN S PENT 30 Y EARS ON D EATH R OW Ray Hinton will tell his story at Neumann University on March 14

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Author Martha J. Van Artsdalen, Haverford College Arboretum’s plant curator and a former newspaper editor, combines a knowledge of the tree collection with an interest in people and their histories to bring the story of Haverford College’s landscape to life. All photographs are courtesy of the Quaker & Special Collections, Haverford College.

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Anthony Ray Hinton spent almost 30 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He will share his story at Neumann on Monday, March 14, at 1:30 p.m. in Community Hall.

this landscape evolved into the park-like setting of today’s campus is told through images spanning 150 years. Students and neighbors alike now enjoy an outstanding collection of trees, woods, a duck pond, and a nature trail.

nthony Ray Hinton spent almost 30 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He will share his story at Neumann University on Monday, March 14, at 1:30 p.m. in Community Hall. The program is free and open to the public. Hinton was convicted of killing two Birmingham, Alabama, men in separate incidents in 1985 although there were no eyewitnesses, no fingerprints linking him to the scene, and no physical evidence to place him at either location. During one of the murders, Hinton was seen working in a warehouse 15 miles away from the killing. He even passed a polygraph test

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Dr. Dan Gottlieb to Present Inaugural Lecture at Launch of the Center for Spiritual Well-being e’ve all had the experience of waking up one day and the world is different. From happy changes like a new job or a new marriage or partner, to a diagnosis or a divorce; we’ve all experienced that kind of crisis. And we suffer.” These are the words of Dr. Dan Gottlieb, highly respected clinician, teacher, and renowned radio host of WHYY’s “Voices in the Family.” On Sunday, March 13, at 9:30 a.m. at Beth Sholom Congregation, 8231 Old York Road, Elkins Park, Dr. Gottlieb will preDr. Gottlieb will present a sent a free program and workshop entitled, “Normative Crises: Growing through Life’s Changes and Challenges,” the inau- free program and workshop, gural lecture of the Center for Spiritual Well-being. This time- “Normative Crises: Growing through Life’s Changes and ly topic, meaningful to adults of all ages and of all backgrounds, Challenges,” on Sunday, is free and open to the public, and promises to be an imporMarch 13, at 9:30 a.m. at tant morning of growth. Dr. Gottlieb will speak on the important life lesson of how Beth Sholom Congregation, 8231 Old York Road, to move from a broken heart to an open one. At one point Elkins Park. or another in our lives, most of us will deal with normal life issues, some happy and some sad, that may leave us feeling as though we are “in crisis.” Happy events such as a new baby, a new home or a new and better job, and sad events such as illness, or the loss of loved ones, friends, a job or independence, can turn into bouts of crisis needing attention. Dr. Gottlieb says, “Sometimes in life, our souls become malnourished. Like a baby crying for nurturing.” In the lecture, Normative Crises: Growing Through Life’s Changes and Challenges, Dr. Gottlieb will address how to weather these normative, yet often difficult times in life. Participate in


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The Delaware County Symphony will present the third symphonic concert of the 2015-2016 season on Sunday, March 6, 2016, at 3 p.m. in the Northley Middle School (across from Sun Valley High School) 2801 Concord Road, Aston PA 19014. Lawrence Stomberg, cellist, is the featured guest soloist who will perform the emotionally moving and beloved “Cello Concerto” by the British composer Sir Edward Elgar. The concert will also include “Tristan and Isolde: Prelude and Love Death” by Richard Wagner, “The Fountains of Rome” by Ottorino Respighi, and “Romeo and Juliet Overture – Fantasy” by Peter Tchaikovsky. A special ticket price of $9 is offered at our ticket table the day of the concert upon presentation of your Delco Library card. Children under 12 (one child per paying adult) are free. Concert tickets are $18 or $15 for seniors/students. There is ample free parking adjacent to the school and the theatre is handicapped accessible. For info call 610-879-7059 or visit

“Music You Can Believe In” Join the celebration of magical music and melodies on Sunday, March 6, 2016 at 7 p.m. at “Music You Can Believe In,” a Cantorial Concert to be presented by The Cantors Assembly Delaware Valley Region, featuring Hazzan Sandy Bernstein and the Delaware Valley Region Ensemble, conducted by Hazzanim Leon Sher, Eliot Vogel and Stephen Freedman. There will be a total of 19 Hazzanim, representing synagogues in the immediate area and beyond: Sandy Bernstein (Congregation Beth El – Ner Tamid, Broomall); Eliot Vogel (Har Zion), singing and conducting; Howard Glantz (Adath Jeshurun); Alisa Pomerantz-Borro, Jen Cohen, Elizabeth Shammash, Ralph Goren (Margate); Jeffrey Meyers (Ventnor); Barbara Haimowitz (New York); Penny Meyers (Buffalo, New York); and Jeffrey Weber (Beth Shalom Congregation), and MORE! This event is open to the public and will be held at Congregation Beth El – Ner Tamid, 715 Paxon Hollow Road, Broomall, PA 19008. For ticket prices and advanced reservations, call the Beth El – Ner Tamid Office at 610-356-8700 or email

Community Arts Center’s Mud + Fire = Magic fundraising initiative for the improvement and expansion of the Beatrice S. Dallett Ceramics Studio kicks off with a party on March 12, 2016, from 5 - 8:30 p.m. in the Duke Gallery, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA. The event will feature live jazz, casual dinner fare, beer and wine, live and silent auctions of ceramic pieces, Raku firing, plus hand building and wheel demos. Ceramics Studio Coordinator Carol Seymour (pictured), who celebrates 40 years at the CAC this year, will be honored at the event. Tickets are $25 in advance/$35 at the door and are available at, in person or by phone 610-566-1713.

Mr. Mature America

The world’s only Pageant for men 55 years and up is set for Sat., March 12, starting 7 p.m. at the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace, in Ocean City, NJ. The Pageant emphasizes the relevance and contributions of area Senior Citizens. Contestants compete in talent, poise and interview segments. Entry in the contest is free. Special guests include the Gospel Choir of St. James AME Church, Miss Senior America, Blues Screening of the Film “Paper Clips” Legend Bubba Mac and TV anchor Dick Sheeran. There will be an exhiIt began as a lesson about prejudice…What happened next was a MIR- bition of artwork by talented local seniors in the Solarium. Tickets are ACLE. Free admission. See the movie “Paper Clips” Sunday, March 6, $10. To enter Pageant, buy tickets or for details, call 609-399-6111. 10:30 a.m. and meet Sandra Roberts and some of her students. Har Zion Temple, 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley, PA 19072. For information, St. Patrick’s Day Cemetery Tour, 610-667-5000. Tastes and Toasts

You don’t have to be Irish to be part of this festive St. Patrick’s Day tour and reception. Though dead men tell no tales, there are two places that Sunday, March 6, at 1 p.m. watch Har Zion Temple staff and families we can learn much about them: the wake-house and Laurel Hill Cemecompete to become “Chopped” Champions! Local restaurant owner will tery. Celebrate the “spirit” of St. Patrick’s Day, while honoring the herjudge the competition. The chefs will transform the ordinary to the itage and accomplishments of our proudest Irish souls. No St. Patrick’s extraordinary. Free admission. Har Zion Temple, 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Day would be complete without beer and Irish food; enjoy a sampling of Penn Valley, PA 19072. For information, 610-667-5000. both by the Kearney Kommissary at the after-tour reception in Laurel Hill’s historic Gatehouse. The event will be led by Jerry McCormick of Sons of the American Revolution Meeting Six Counties’ descent, and his counterpart rebel of native Irish birth, The Philadelphia Continental Chapter of the Sons of the American Revo- Bill Doran. It will take place on Saturday, March 12 at 1 p.m., departing lution will be meeting at Charlottes, 3207 West Chester Pike, Newtown from Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Square, PA, on Monday, March 7, 2016, at 1 p.m. There will be a lunch Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free parking is located in the lot across the beginning at Noon. The speaker will be Jeffrey E. Finegan Sr. whose pre- street from the Gatehouse. The cost is $20/person; $18/students and sentation will be “George Washington and Revolutionary Times.” The seniors; or $17/members. Advance registration is requested. Tickets can National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution is comprised of be purchased online at descendants of patriots who “supported the cause of American Independence during the years 1774-1783.” The Philadelphia Continental For added impact advertise your upcoming event in Chapter is largest in Pennsylvania and is primarily composed of memCity Suburban News! Call 610-667-6623 Today for Rates! bers from Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties. For information, contact Ellis C. L. Adams at 484-351-8634.

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Jazz Bridge Concert Series Presents Kendrah E. Butler azz Bridge presents its “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 concert, sixth in the series, features pianist/violinist/composer Kendrah E. Butler on Wednesday, March 9. 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 events/neighborhood-concerts. Kendrah E. Butler has lived and breathed music ever since she could remember. She studied at the Settlement Music School in Germantown, PA for 11 years with classical Jazz Bridge presents its “Second world renowned pianist Charles Wednesdays Neighborhood Concert Pettaway. She also studied jazz Series – Jazz in the Sanctuary” featuring piano with Don Wilson, Kenny Kendrah E. Butler on Wednesday, Gates, and for five years with March 9. Photo/©Andy Nicolini the late great jazz pianist Eddie Green. Kendrah’s intense study of the piano would lead her to tour with a group titled the “Best Yet Jazz Quintet” throughout the tri-state area, play on TV’s CN8 award show dedicated to Grover Washington Jr., cut a demo CD with Gamble and Huff records, participate in radio interviews, perform at the Kimmel Center for Performance Arts countless times, and perform a Senior Concert for the Settlement Music School. She is also a classically trained violinist and has written full classically and jazz inspired orchestrations as well as a variety of jazz and R&B pieces. Kendrah loves to compose music of various genres and enjoys the lyric writing, composition and music production process. Butler is also a notable musical director having directed multiple Jazz and R&B groups including but not limited to: “nVizion” an all female jazz group, Kendrah Butler and Friends, the “Satin Dolls” at the Philadelphia Clef Club of Arts, and is currently a musical director for the Diva Nation series funded through the Philadelphia Jazz Project. The Kendrah Butler Trio and ladies from Diva Nation were featured acts on Philly Cam, a television show that premiers on Comcast and OnDemand. Kendrah has also pursued multiple entrepreneurial efforts that include launching a “Women in Jazz” Philadelphia tour in the month of March and co-sponsoring the “Women in Jazz Finale Concert” with vocalist Rhenda Fearrington that was a huge success. The concert had about 300 in attendance. In addition, Kendrah helped to launch and co-sponsors “Jazz at the Kairos Room” a new jazz series in the East Falls section of Philadelphia which has opened new opportunities to jazz artists in the Philadelphia and surround areas. Jazz Bridge, an award-winning nonprofit dedicated to assisting Greater Philadelphia Metro area jazz and blues musicians and vocalists in times of crisis, sponsors these neighborhood concerts throughout the region to keep the sound of Philadelphia alive.


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hiladelphia Intellectual disAbility Services (IDS), a division of DBHIDS, will hold the 24th Annual My City, My Place Brighter Futures Awards on Friday, March 18, 2016, at the Philadelphia Downtown Sheraton Hotel located at 201 North


Philadelphia IDS Public Awareness Committee members, standing, from left – Shannon Vandross, of West Philadelphia; Cheryl Armbrister, of Wynnefield; and seated, from left – Akila Witherspoon, of Wynnefield, and Monique Thomas, of South Philadelphia, work on selecting winners of the Brighter Futures Awards for the March 18 event, honoring community members who enable citizens with disabilities to participate fully in the life of the community. Photo/Bonnie Squires 17th Street. Pennsylvania Secretary of the Department of Human Services (DHS) Ted Dallas will deliver the keynote address at the awards luncheon. Philadelphia Councilmanat-Large Derek Green, Esq., will present a citation from City Council in honor of disAbility Awareness Month and the work of the Public Awareness Committee of IDS. Commissioner Arthur C. Evans, Jr., Ph.D., of DBHIDS and Denise Taylor Patterson, Director of IDS, will also speak. Loraine Ballard Morrill, News and Community Affairs Director of iheartmedia, will serve once again as Mistress of Ceremonies. 700 people are expected to attend. For information, call 215-685-4680.

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Philadelphia Theatre Company Presents PTC@Play A Festival of New Work Featuring Free Staged Readings March 3 - March 6 Philadelphia Theatre Company presents the 2016 PTC@Play Festival of New Work celebrating the American playwright in Philadelphia on March 3-6 at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. The festival will present staged readings showcasing three new plays by national and local talent including new work by Mark St. Germain, Philadelphia playwright Sam Henderson, and playwright/performer Rinne Groff. A new addition to PTC@Play will be an evening of short plays, all written and rehearsed within one twenty-four hour period. All events are free. For information, call 215-735-7356. Visit

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L ANTERN T HEATER C OMPANY TO H ONOR B ARRYMORE AWARD W INNING A CTRESS M ARY M ARTELLO AND P HILANTHROPIST R ICHARD VAGUE AT “R ITE OF S PRING ” B ENEFIT antern Theater Company will host “Rite of Spring,” a festive evening to celebrate the Lantern’s 2015/16 season and to present 2016 Luminary Awards to Mary Martello and Richard Vague for their significant contributions to the performing arts in Philadelphia, on Monday, March 21, 2016 at 6 p.m. “Rite of Spring” will be held at the historic Union Trust, built in 1888 as home to The Union Trust Company Bank, at 717 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia. The event begins with a cocktail reception, and will include dinner and a silent auction with live entertainment provided by the All City Premiere Quartet. Auction items feature exclusive vacations, fun nights out at the region’s finest restaurants and cultural hotspots, sports tickets and memorabilia, priceless collectibles, and other unique items. All proceeds will benefit the Lantern’s award-winning artistic and educational programming, which reaches over 20,000 adults and children each year. Ticket prices range from $200 to $1,000


and are now on sale at or by calling 215-829-0395. Luminary Award Honoree Mary Martello has performed on stages across the United States and is a legend in Philadelphia. At the Lantern, Mary has played Sister Aloysius in “Doubt: A Parable” (2015), Mag Folan in “The Beauty Queen of Leenane” (2013), and Gertrude in “Hamlet” (2009). She has received 17 nominations for and won five Barrymore Awards. Luminary Award Honoree Richard Vague serves as President of the Board of Directors of FringeArts and as Chair of the Board of Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania Press. He also serves as a trustee of the University of Pennsylvania, the Franklin Institute, the Museum of the American Revolution, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and Penn Medicine. He is one of the managing partners of Gabriel Investments and the Chairman of the Governor’s Woods Foundation.

Immaculata Symphony Presents Chamber Concert he Immaculata Symphony will perform a Chamber Concert on Friday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m. in The Great Hall on the campus of Immaculata University. The Immaculata Symphony is a university-community organization, with a long and outstanding tradition that goes back to the university’s founding in 1920. Under the direction of Joseph Gehring, an assortment of chamber music masterpieces will be featured along with rarely heard works written for string quartet, instrumental solo, woodwind quintet, and more. Joseph Gehring, music director and conductor for the Immaculata Symphony, Chester County Pops Orchestra, West Chester Band, and the Immaculata University Concert Band, is an active conductor, pianist, and educator. He is a frequent guest conductor of various honor/ festival bands and orchestras throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware. He also has earned a Master of Music Performance degree in orchestral conducting. Cost for the concert is $10 for all adults and free for children under the age of 12. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis. More information and tickets are available by calling 610-647-4400, ext. 3473. Tickets are also available by mail to Immaculata Symphony, 1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA, 19345-0703, with checks made payable to Immaculata Symphony. Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.


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Marsha Levick Named Winner of 2015 Philadelphia Award inees whose names are submitted for consideration. “We are fortunate indeed to have so many people, in so many walks of life, who labor for the benefit of others. They love what they do, and seek to make a difference, and they surely do.” Ms. Levick, Deputy Director and Chief Counsel, co-founded Juvenile Law Center in 1975. Throughout her legal career, Ms. Levick has been an advocate for children’s and women’s rights and is a nationally recognized expert in juvenile law. She has successfully challenged an array of abusive or illegal laws and policies on behalf of children in both the justice and child welfare systems. Ms. Levick also Throughout her legal career, Marsha Levick, of Bala Cynwyd, has been an advocate for spearheaded Juvenile Law Cenchildren’s and women’s rights and is a nationally recognized expert in juvenile law. ter’s litigation arising out of the Luzerne County, Pennsylarsha Levick was named winner of the coveted 2015 vania juvenile court judges’ corruption scandal, where JuvePhiladelphia Award, in light of remarkable achievements nile Law Center successfully obtained the expungement and throughout her career in the field of juvenile law. Her work vacatur of thousands of juveniles’ cases before the Pennsylachieved new success in the recent United States Supreme vania Supreme Court and won compensatory damages for Court decision Montgomery v. Louisiana, which found that its the children and their families in related civil litigation. Ms. earlier ruling prohibiting mandatory sentences of life in prison Levick has been an appellate advocate for children in state without the possibility of parole for juvenile defendants applies and federal courts throughout the country, and is a frequent retroactively. In Philadelphia alone, hundreds of individuals speaker and lecturer on children’s rights. Ms. Levick has won who have been sentenced to life in prison without the pos- numerous awards for her work. Ms. Levick is a graduate of sibility of parole should now have the opportunity to be re- the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University Law sentenced or considered for parole, with the possibility of School, and is currently an adjunct faculty member at Temple one day being able to return to society. University Beasley School of Law. In announcing the honoree, the Award’s Board of Trustees “Marsha’s work on behalf of children over the past four highlighted the parameters that the recipient of the Award decades has been truly remarkable,” said David L. Cohen, must meet: they should live in Philadelphia or in the vicinity; Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Philadelphia Award. they should have done an act, rendered a service, or brought “Her recent success in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Montto its culmination an act or service of such advantage to the gomery v. Louisiana will give 500 children sentenced to life City, its environs, or its inhabitants as to be eminently worthy in prison the right to make the case for an earlier release. of recognition; they should be recently discovered to some And her advocacy in the Luzerne County “kids for cash” reasonable degree and of reputation not already known by scandal benefitted thousands of children in Pennsylvania the general public. and literally changed the face of juvenile justice in our city, The Philadelphia Award, one of the city’s most prestigious state, and nationally. The Philadelphia Award Board of Trustees civic honors, is presented annually to area residents who act is privileged to shine the light of discovery on Marsha’s acand serve in the best interest of the community. The award complishments with this year’s Award.” was created in 1921 by businessman and Pulitzer Prize-win“I am so honored to receive the prestigious Philadelphia ning author Edward Bok, who championed the Award in the Award, and I thank the selection committee for valuing the belief that “service to others tends to make lives happy and work that I and my Juvenile Law Center colleagues do every communities prosperous.” day on behalf of kids,” said Ms. Levick. “Working to change “The Award, founded by my great-grandfather, Edward Bok, the legal landscape for children and protecting their rights shines a light on an individual who is doing something of has been my professional mission. I share this recognition great note in the city,” said Curtis Kise, descendant of the with the extraordinary, talented staff and Board at Juvenile Award’s founder. “Marsha is a great example of that; her work Law Center and our many friends and supporters here in will have a profound impact on the lives of current juvenile Philadelphia and throughout the country who make our work offenders and their families, as well as those in the future.” possible. As I reflect on the names of past winners of this Judge M. Teresa Sarmina, Chair of the Board of Trustees, award, I am humbled, and I am challenged to remain worthy indicated that, since joining the Board, she has never failed of having been invited to join such an illustrious group!” to be amazed by the significant contributions to PhiladelSAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS phia and the surrounding community by the numerous nom-



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Larry McKenna Presents “The Great Girl Songs of the 60s”

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D I N I N G A R O U N D . . . at the Narberth Diner By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer wned and operated by husband and wife team Lily Lee and John Kim, the Narberth Diner is a throwback to the storefront luncheonettes that flourished in small towns offering well-made American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. John and Lily have grown up in the restaurant business and opened the Narberth Diner in the heart of Narberth in May 2015. John worked at the City Line Deli Bagel Platter of Nova Scotia lox and cream for over ten years. Lily’s parOwned and operated by husband and wife cheese topped with crisp lettuce, ripe ents bought the Deli three year team Lily Lee and John Kim, the Narberth tomato, fresh onion, & sliced cucumber. ago, and that’s how John and Diner is a throwback to the storefront Photo/J. Bloom Lily met each other. luncheonettes that flourished in small towns John prepares all his dishoffering well-made American cuisine for es and sauces from scratch, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Photo/Lily Lee offering all fresh, homemade, and made to order meals with Gluten Free, Kosher, and Vegetarian Options. Lily operates the front of the restaurant, greeting diners with a friendly smile and making sure they enjoy the food they order. My dining partner and I stopped in for breakfast on a Monday morning. John’s five-page menu lists Eggs, Omelettes, Eggs Benedicts, Latkes, Blintzes, and platters of Fish & Eggs, Steak & Eggs, and Broiled SalNova Scotia Benedict features two poached mon & Eggs. eggs topped with hollandaise sauce and Narberth Diner’s menu lists capers over slices of Nova lox on a toasted For a treat experience Narberth Diner’s a Breakfast Special of Two Eggs English muffin with a side of hashed brown any Style with Home Fries and Bacon Waffle with Fresh Strawberries and Toast for $4.50. Add a Bagel for Ice Cream. Photo/Lily Lee potatoes. Photo/J. Bloom $.50 more. Add unlimited coffee refills for $1.89. I ordered the Nova Scotia Benedict ($9.95) that brought two poached eggs topped with hollandaise sauce and capers over slices of Nova lox on a toasted English muffin with a side of hashed brown potatoes – a must try dish perfect for any breakfast. My partner ordered the Bagel Platter of Nova Scotia lox and cream cheese topped with crisp lettuce, ripe tomato, fresh onion, & sliced cucumber ($9.95). For Lunch, the menu lists Crisp Salads, Double Decker Club Sandwiches, Hoagies, Cold Sandwiches, Specialty Sandwiches, Jewish Specialties, Wraps, Burgers and Steaks. $9.95 Dinner Specials (with a cup of Soup or Garden or Caesar Salad) are: Cheddar Meatloaf with Mash Potato & Broccoli; Hot Jewish Brisket with Mash & Vegetables; Broiled Tilapia with Fresh Vegetables; Thanksgiving Turkey with Apple Stuffing; Chicken Piccata with Fresh Vegetables; Hot Roast Beef with Mash & Broccoli; Spaghetti with Homemade Meatballs; Chicken or Eggplant Parmesan with Fresh Pasta. $10.95 Dinners include Broiled Salmon with Fresh Vegetables and Shrimp Scampi over Angel Hair Pasta. The Narberth Diner is located at 109 North Narberth Avenue Narberth Diner offers Catering for private parties. Delivery in Narberth, PA. Photo/J. Bloom available soon to the Wynnewood, Narberth, Penn Valley Areas for lunch and dinner. The Narberth Diner is located at 109 North Narberth Avenue in Narberth, PA. For information, call 610-664-9263 or visit for menus, photos, opening hours, and reviews.


Join Larry McKenna and five of Philadelphia’s finest singers for a nostalgic night featuring the great girl songs from the 60s on Sunday, March 6 at 7 p.m. at Act II Playhouse. This evening of great music will have you singing and dancing in your seats. Tickets to Act II’s musical performances are $20 each, with discounts available for subscribers, seniors, and students. Tickets are available online at or by calling 215-6540200.

Gershman Y’s “A Paranormal Purim”

Classic-Modern Magic, Psychic Mastery, and Humor with a Twist on March 13 et a head start on Purim at the Gershman Y (Broad and Pine Streets) with “A Paranormal Purim” on Sunday, March 13 at 2 p.m., an afternoon filled with mirth, magic and meshuganahs! Inspired by the Jewish holiday of Purim and starring Fred’s Magic World, the acclaimed quartet behind Winter Wonders, this family-friendly show – perfect for the young and the young at heart – features a contemporary vaudevillian show of Houdini-like daring escapes, psychic sisters, baffling memory mastery, stunning sleight of hand, and comedy improv. Tickets at $18 for adults and $12 for students and children are available by calling 215-545-4400 or visiting Space is limited, so advance registration is highly recommended. Northeast native magician Fred Siegel, a professor at Drexel University, is a nine-year veteran of ComedySportz Philadelphia and has been a featured performer in Bradshaw’s Circus of World Curiosities, a Coney Island side show. He is also active in the Philadelphia chapter of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, where he was named 2002 Stage Magic Champion and 2004 Close-Up Magic Champion. Siegel earned a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from New York University and wrote his doctoral dissertation on “The Vaudeville Magic Act, 1890-1930.” “A Paranormal Purim” also features psychic entertainers The Rosen Sisters, Gail and Deborah Rosen, winners of the MAES (Magicians Alliance of Eastern States) 2002 Mentalism Award for their paranormal skills, and puppeteer Eric Van Wie, former artistic director of ComedySportz Philadelphia and a frequent performer with Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre. “We love magic because magic has the power of restoration, of healing, the power to do the impossible,” said Siegel. “This is not a typical magic show. We take the classics of magic that have thrilled audiences for centuries and bring them into the 21st century.” The Gershman Y is a vibrant arts and culture center located in Center City Philadelphia on the Avenue of the Arts. The Gershman Y’s mission is to be an urban community center informed by Jewish values that presents a broad array of arts, culture, and educational experiences for curious individuals of all ages. Committed to sharing the diversity and breadth mmaculata University’s Cue and Curtain Players presents its Children’s Theatre production of “Alexander, Who’s Not Not Not Not Not Not Going to Move.” Performances run from Wednesday, March 16 through Friday, March 18, at 10:30 of the Jewish experience, the Gershman Y welcomes people of all ethnic backgrounds and religious affiliations to explore, a.m. and Saturday, March 19 and Sunday, March 20, at 2 p.m. All performances are held in Alumnae Hall on the campus participate, and contribute to its rich roster of Jewish arts and of Immaculata. Sister Marcille McEntee, IHM, serves as director of the Cue & Curtain Performers and will direct this production. cultural programs and community initiatives. For information, call 215-545-4400. The 2016 production of “Alexander, Who’s Not Not Not Not Not Not Going to Move” is based on the 1998 book by Judith Viorst. This comic, heartwarming musical entertains young audiences as they identity with Alexander and the anxiety of leaving behind what is familiar and embracing the challenges of change. James Wier ’16 of Cochranville, PA, portrays Alexander. Admission is $10 for adults; $7 for children and students; and $5 for senior citizens (over 65). Tickets for the weekday Let Your Business Grow in City Suburban News! performances must be reserved and group rates (10 or more) are available for $5 per child. Call 610-647-4400, ext. 3731 Call 610-667-6623 for Great Solutions to Reach Your Customers! or 3022 or email for tickets or information.


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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Dining & Entertainment News music: Haydn: Piano Trio in E Major, Hob. XV:28; Janáček: Pohadka for Cello and Piano; Janáček: Violin Sonata; Dvořák: Piano Trio in F Minor, Op. 65. For tickets ($24, $10 for students) or info, call 215-5698080 or visit • Keswick Theatre, 291 North Keswick Avenue in Glenside, PA, hosts the TheatreWorks USA production of Miss Nelson is Missing, Tuesday, March 16, at 12:30 p.m. The students in Room 207 were the worstbehaved class in the whole school even though they had Miss Nelson, the sweetest teacher of all. But when Miss Nelson unexpectedly does not come to school one day, the class gets Miss Viola Brandon O’Rourke and Michaela Shuchman in Walnut Street Theatre’s Swamp, the strictest substi“Peter and The Starcatcher.” Photo/ Sabina Louise Pierce tute they have ever met. HopeBy Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer fully the students of Room 207 will find Miss Nelson before Onstage it’s too late – for them! This lighthearted musical reminds us • Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, all to show appreciation to those that we value. (One hour presents Peter and the Starcatcher, March 15 - May 1, a in length, recommended for grades K - 5). For tickets ($9.25 grownup’s prequel to Peter Pan. When starcatcher-in-train- - $14, plus fees) or info, call 215-572-7650 or online visit ing Molly meets an orphan boy longing for a home, they em- bark on the adventure of a lifetime. Audiences will answer • St. Clement’s Church, 20th and Cherry Streets (enter the question: how did a boy named Peter become the boy from Appletree Street) in Philadelphia, hosts Choral Arts who never grew up? Take a hilarious romp through the Never- Chamber Ensemble’s All-Motet Program, featuring music of land you never knew, in this Tony Award-winning play with J.S. Bach and Philip Moore, Wednesday, March 2, at 7 p.m. music, a dozen brilliant actors playing more than 100 unfor- Hear the eight-voice professional core ensemble in the progettable characters using their talent, stagecraft, and the gram entwining J.S. Bach’s timeless Motets with a Motet collimitless possibilities of imagination. For tickets ($20 - $85) lection by the English composer Philip Moore. Pay-what-youor info, call 215-574-3550; 800-982-2787 or visit www.walnut- wish at the door, $20 suggested donation. No ticket sales. Open seating. All welcome. Cash, checks, credit cards accept• World Cafe Live Philadelphia – Upstairs, 3025 Walnut ed. CDs for sale! Post-concert reception and mingle with the Street in Philadelphia, presents the Wham Bam Bowie Band!, artists, sponsored by the Moore Brothers Wine Co. and the Sunday, March 6, Doors: 7 p.m.; Show: 8 p.m. The members Choral Arts singers. For information, call 267-240-2586 or of Wham Bam Bowie Band! are on a mission to not only visit faithfully present David Bowie’s colossal classic-rock hits, Dining Around but also to dig deep into the catalog and present the music • Snap Kitchen, 5 South Morehall Road in Malvern, PA that continues to influence generations and create new gen- opened Saturday, February 27, the Austin, TX-based compares. For tickets ($12 ADV - $15 DOS + Fees) or info, call 215- ny’s fourth location in the Philadelphia region, created to 222-1400 or visit break the compromises of traditional take-away by offering wham-bam-bowie-band-philadelphia. This event is all ages. more than 40 healthy meal options, from Bison Quinoa Hash, • Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, Perelman Theater, Grass-fed Lamb Lasagna, Crispy Scottish Salmon, and Chili located on the Southwest corner of Broad and Spruce Streets and Eggs – something for everyone. For reservations or info, in Center City Philadelphia, presents Karen Gomyo, violin; call 484-320-3447 or visit Poltéra, cello; Juho Pohjonen, piano, Wednesday, tions/philadelphia/malvern. March 9, at 8 p.m. These three world-renowned classical music stars, all under the age of 40, come together on the Perel- Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication man Theater stage for an evening mainly devoted to Slavic date to: Follow paragraph format.

The eighth annual Great Narberth Leprechaun Hunt is being held in downtown Narberth on Saturday, March 12, 2016, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. This free family event is a scavenger hunt, the Saturday before St. Patrick’s Day, where kids search all over town to find ten leprechauns. Hundreds of children start the hunt by getting a game card and an empty pot o’ gold from the booth at the corner of Forrest and Haverford Avenues. They get treats as they find the leprechauns, who are hiding in shops all over town. Once they’ve found all ten, they return to the booth for a prize – a gold American dollar coin! The hunt lasts until 4 p.m. or while prizes last. More information is available at or by e-mailing

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Irish Folk trio Belfast Connection returns on Saturday, March 12 to the 2015-2016 Coffee House Concert Series at Darlington Arts Center. Performing a selection of crowd-favorite Irish pub songs and heartfelt ballads, Belfast Connection tells the story of Ireland and her people while inviting audiences to sing along. The trio returns to Darlington to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day for the fifth straight year, following four years of soldout shows at the center. The evening begins with a performance by Diane Kadyk on the Celtic harp at 7:30 p.m. followed by Belfast Connection at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 ($10 for members) and include free coffee, tea, and desserts. BYOB – corkscrew and glasses are provided. Due to last year’s sold out performance, advance purchase is strongly recommended. Darlington Arts Center is located at 977 Shavertown Road, Garnet Valley, PA, less than a mile east of Rte. 202, just south of Rte. 1, and 1 1/4 miles from the Delaware state line.Tickets can be purchasing by calling 610-358-3632 or visiting

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LLS’s Student of the Year Concludes at Grand Finale Celebration Ten High School Students Collectively Raised $171,000 for the LLS Mission

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Gre rum Disorder and Dr. William Crumley, staff ophthalmologist; and Dr. Stephen Gross, staff ophthalmologist, r is hand 57 ie Av t b th n w e le >4 4, fo toWo “It accep rt he Ateow w Wo Washington Lane to Dimuzi w ange stor Emotional and n F ar- ta how the de wha les, in eply w identi le wr t t this entwood "$ sib here .m. o dess ay, Fe and st or in d ginag winepeas L ,44'44<>4 rent y. Peop ” photo #LivesCh studen Behav will join 190 ACVO board-certified ophthalmologists conducting eye examinations across the locati Maple to And rugg rt” orAu“tdi k “Boon. ” which recgrant from local McDonald’s E 3 an ish O F in de p ioral ffe d T e is +# th 41 R boo . ® m w Call di st O e rs r c ri fie 0 ol ph o E st 215-866-0200 Now?, ard Je 14 be ur Owner/Operator Disorders. GTSS representa ho 31 . F cto nce ord noto conningBall ity’s n to am)2, “sel CH /()( ()(+6, mor country. 7:3 or visit www. 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Gs U 9 *2 datio e Center withAcupressure, x-se arni Theate limMd” a ing ortsr, 340 Ever u or in daytim OU Educ SUBU tori pus. t Blu tr y, in pa B ktails &potential rp rie e perform -078 DeKalb health can be “Coc Le producCITY w w si Levstoill ren and familie o repRBAN to ance uzi w just Cleats”disease t a makes and a co ming a and libra says Mu rary, The Philadelphiaimproved and S Next – PLUS at w sureMarch s on e o d ly go e a ne wish 9/, Gala averted. or Reflexology toward to cam ed coun l, Tam blanlaxew grorerly at Dr.atDim geared co W Union FoundationHow to Make formance on Saturd Friday, ally hav schoolchild- Cleats” 7, Join hr Je -57 30 abhe ises ” an Appointment 10:30 an, e’ UT INES S saurs”e day be libraries me true,” Free Lib ur a.m. n usu learning.chi Ro and will hold its annua ulad th :8 s inpraob formr the stiva Trem begly gala on Wednesday, t T pr andan evening perco nld Jean Marie Di Dominic, Owner April ds 0om time. 8, 8 ldre formance cost $30 ay, March The regfin l “Cocktails p.m. 504 To qualify, animals must be “active working animals” that& were certified by a formal trainect yo EW March stio nsfor the?” 8, 2014 Tickets of on ered in eams to the Frien US thatl theatbug er 9 ts of ting. 12 at 6 p.m. ssio oush que ow hi gala ove es Fe Mont band ingandSesh genera vch will feature the conn rlds beevening per- The trueand April 2 – April : u us Vie in Philad lly 12, with $5 ticketsforThe an of ion g ble Perfect Gift you entire Philad y,”Nw ing and program or organization orelphia currentlyatenrolled in aelphia. formal training program. 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EDUCATION NEWS GFS Musician Wins Lincoln Center Composition Contest ermantown Friends School junior Joseph Block was named the 2016 winner of the J. Douglas White Essentially Ellington student composition contest at Lincoln Center in New York City. Block’s winning composition will be performed live by the Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis during the Essentially Ellington Festival, May 5-7, 2016. Block said he was “shocked” to find out that his jazz composition arranged for a 15-piece big band, titled “Volcanic Suite,” won this elite contest. “This is so exciting because this band at Lincoln Center is one of the best bands in the world and Wynton Marsalis is one of the best trumpet players ever, so the fact that I get to meet him and learn from him is amazing.” Also, both the Kimmel Center and the Philly Pops have tweeted their congratulations and admiration of Blocks’ work and accomplishment. As part of the award, Block will attend the rehearsal of his piece at Lincoln Center. He will also receive a composiJune 27 - July 28, 2016 tion lesson from one of the Germantown Friends School junior Joseph Block was named saxophone players in the band Mon. - Thurs., 8:45 a.m. - 12 p.m. the 2016 winner of the J. Douglas White “Essentially Ellington” and attend the festival to hear Testing dates: June 20 & June 21 student composition contest at Lincoln Center in New York his piece performed and or Saturdays, June 4 & June 11. City. Block’s winning composition will be performed by the recorded live. Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis during the Block started playing piano Saint Joseph’s University Summer “Essentially Ellington Festival,” May 5-7, 2016. when he was three years old; Reading Program providesstudentswith and developed a love for the individualizedassessmentprofiles,small jazz greats when he was in eighth grade. He has been performing jazz music in multiple groupinstruction,andcollaborativeliteracy bands since Middle School and began composing two years ago. learningfocusedonhigher-levelthinking. He worked on his contest composition for four months and strived to make it a complex Theprogramisdesignedtoserveelementary andmiddleschoolstudentsrangingfrom piece, combining both traditional and avant-garde jazz styles. “I’m a bit of a jazz purist,” he strugglingreaderstothosewhoneedtobechallengedorenriched.Currentliteracy says. “I like the older stuff from the 40s, 50s and 60s, but it was fun composing in a style researchwillguideallinstructionalandreinforcementactivitiesbeingimplemented that I haven’t worked with as much.” bycertifiedteachers. In the last month of his process, he worked on editing the piece with GFS music teacher Please contact Caitlin Elverson at 610-660-1583 or Andrew Westerhaus, who has taught Block composition classes and worked with on other special projects. “Over the course of our work together,” says Westerhaus, “his compositions have shown a developing mastery of fundamental concepts, yet with fresh features SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS that represent his growth as a musical thinker.” In additional to the work he puts into his music, Block is also preparing to start the spring baseball season. He has been playing Chestnut Hill Baseball for nine years and is the pitcher for the GFS Tigers. He is looking forward to a GFS spring break baseball trip to Los Angeles. As Block looks ahead to college, he is open to exploring many academic and musical avenues, but music will always be a big part of his work and life. “This [win] will definitely open up tons of interesting opportunities,” says Block. “Joseph’s musical acuity is remarkable and he has prodigious talent,” adds Westerhaus. “But what I find even more extraordinary about him, and indeed, what is most exciting as his teacher, is how his talent is paired with his strong work ethic. This trait will carry him as far as he wants to go.”


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Upper Darby High School Presents “Seussical” To celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday, the students of Upper Darby High School invite audiences on a fantastical journey to the Jungle of Nool, the Circus McGurkus, and to the invisible world of the Whos as they present “Seussical,” the fun-filled musical for families and theatre-goers of all ages at Upper Darby Performing Arts Center, March 4, 5, 11, 12 & 13. Tickets are $10 - $11 ($1 off for children 12 and under) and may be purchased online at or by calling the box office at 610-622-1189. Student performers request audience members bring new books for young patients at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).

Exhibit Opening and Artist Talk “Lilt” New Work by Jacque Liu is the second show in the Lansdowne Arts Board Juried Solo Exhibition Series, featuring artists selected by the distinguished Philadelphia gallery owner, Bridgette Mayer. Join Jacque Liu and the Lansdowne Arts Board for an opening reception and artist talk on Saturday, March 12 from 4 p.m. 8 p.m. “Lilt” will be open for viewing every Saturday and Sunday through May 1, 2016 from Noon - 4 p.m. at the 20*20 House 20 Lansdowne Court, Lansdowne, PA 19050. Visit

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“The Great War Remembered” at Fort Mifflin

March 2 – March 8, 2016


Philly Youth Musicians Kick Off Philly Pops Concerts

Rock to the Future and Tune Up Philly Collaborate for “The Music of Billy Joel” “It’s inspiring to see such talented and professional stuock to the Future will perform prior to the Philly POPS concert series “The Music of Billy Joel” at the Kimmel dent musicians from North Philadelphia come together to Center the weekend of March 4. Rock to the Future students collaborate,“ says Rock to the Future’s Founding Executive will perform on Friday March 4 at 7 p.m., Saturday March 5 Director Jessica Craft. “This is really what the Philly POPS at 2 p.m., and Sunday March 6 at 2 p.m. — one hour before is all about – celebrating the great American Songbook – each Philly POPS performance. High school students from and we’re excited to work with a classical based program, Rock to the Future’s MusiCore afterschool program will per- Tune Up Philly, for our first collaborative performance.” Tune Up Philly is a program under the Philadelphia Youth form a selection of classic hits from Hall & Oats, Jackson 5, and more at all three performances. Sunday’s performance Orchestra that uses classical instrumental instruction to meet will feature a special collaboration with Rock to the Future the specific needs of students living in challenging social and and students from Tune Up Philly’s brass ensemble at Mariana economic conditions, with a focus on affecting meaningful Bracetti High School. The student performances are free and community change. “We’re proud to partner with Rock to the Future, which will be held in the Kimmel Center’s Commonwealth Plaza directly before the Philly POPS performance. Tickets are avail- shares our vision of inspiring and educating Philadelphia’s able for the Philly POPS performance at http://www.philly- children through music,” said Louis Scaglione, Executive Vice President of the Philly POPS and Music Director of the The Philly POPS, the largest standalone pop orchestra in Philadelphia Youth Orchestra. Rock to the Future is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that the United States, is renowned throughout the region and ‘March’ back in time as Fort Mifflin on the Delaware opens for the 2016 known for performing America’s top pop hits. For this per- provides music education for local underserved youth at no season with at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 5 with “The Great War Remem- formance, the POPS has invited Rock to the Future’s student cost to them or their families. Using music, their programs bered.” This exciting living history event brings the early 20th century house band and the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra’s ensem- ignite passion and creativity while supporting academic to life with an international encampment of “troops” and civilians from ble Tune Up Philly to join in the tribute to the legendary achievement and improving self-esteem in their students. countries involved in the “war to end all wars.” Interact with the soldiers American singer-songwriter Billy Joel as part of the POPS Rock to the Future’s mission is to inspire youth to not only from Allied and Central Powers and learn about their unique uniforms Outside! program. These nonprofit organizations improve be creative and learn music, but also to build positive skills and weapons, life in the trenches and the political environment of the quality of life and build community through the power of music that transfer into academic performance and social life. time. Special commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Battle of education and provide services directly to underserved youth. Verdun in the French and German encampments, including a tactical demonstration at 1 p.m. Guided tours (noon, 2 p.m.), scavenger hunt, living history activities and uniform, weapons and artillery demonstrations. Join the fun on Saturday, March 5, from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Event Admission tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, $6 for Veterans or students Photos should feature seniors or multi-generational groups. Submissions are due by March 15. under 12. esley Enhanced Living Main Line is holding a photo judged by a panel of three professional photographers: Scott contest running now through March 15, featuring pos- Weiner, Professional Photographer; Kenneth Kauffman, Ken itive photos of seniors and/or multi-generational groups to Kauffman Photography; and, Rob Dudley, Rob’s Sports PhotogAIDS Fund’s Black-Tie GayBINGO help change the way the public views elders. The contest also raphy. AIDS Fund’s Black-Tie GayBINGO event will take place on Saturday, “The area is filled with tons of talented photographers gives amateur photographers a chance to win cash prizes March 19 at 6:30 p.m. in Millennium Hall at Loews Philadelphia Hotel, and have their work displayed at WEL Main Line’s retirement and this gives them a chance to practice their skills, have located at 1200 Market Street, Philadelphia. This year’s Black-Tie Gaytheir work displayed in a gallery and show the community community’s gallery space in May. BINGO will feature a silent auction, six bingo games, dinner, and danc“Seniors in our community at WEL and around Delaware that older people are lively and enjoying themselves throughing, as well as honoring several community members, volunteers, and County are living active and full lives,” said Linda Sterthous, out the Delaware Valley,” Sterthous said. awarding the 2016 Favorite Straight Person of the Year award to Judith Photographers may submit up to three high-resolution Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line executive director. “Through Porter. In addition, the Founders’ Award will be presented to The Woods this contest, we want to capture the many aspects of sen- photographs (jpeg or pdf). A $10 entry fee check payable/ Campground and the Ferrara Family Volunteer Award will be presented iors’ lives, portraying their inherent beauty, dignity and joy, mailed to WEL Main Line, Attn. Amy Blum, 100 Halcyon Drive, to Robert Murray. All funds raised go to HIV/AIDS services in the Greater their continued zest for life, and the special connections that Media, PA 19063. All entries and payments should be sent to Philadelphia region. Tickets are $175. Blum at by March 15, 2016. Amy can occur between the generations.” bingo or 215-731-9255. The 1st place winner will receive a $150 prize and the 2nd answer questions about the contest via phone at 610-353SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS place winner will receive a $100 prize. Photographs will be 7660, ext. 254.


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WRC Leadership Luncheon Encourages Women to Be Purposeful in Work & Life Kelley Cornish, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at AmeriHealth Caritas and author of “It’s Work! How Will You Show Up?” (with Myron Rolle) is this year’s keynote speaker for the Women’s Resource Center’s 10th Anniversary Leadership Luncheon. The luncheon will be held at the Crystal Tea Room on Friday, April 15, from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. More than 650 attendees are expected at this year’s event. For information, to purchase tickets or to become a sponsor, vendor, or program book advertiser visit or call 610-687-6415. Tickets are on sale now. Purchase tickets early as the luncheon has sold out for the last six years.

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GET READY FOR CAMP Archbishop John Carroll High School Student Wins Widener University Leadership Award

illanova Resident and Devon Prep Sophomore Charlie Verna competed in the long jump at the Pennsylvania Track & Field Coaches Association Indoor State Championships at Penn State on Sunday, February 28. Verna is only the second athlete in Devon Prep history to qualify for this competition. In late January Verna won gold in the long jump at the Track and Field Coaches Association of Greater Philadelphia’s (TFCAofGP) meet with a jump of 21 feet, 5.75 inches which ranked him #6 overall in Pennsylvania, #1 among PA sophomores, and #5 among sophomores in the US at the time. That jump, which was two feet longer than his comDevon Prep sophomore jumper Charlie Verna of Villanova, petitors, qualified him for the has been ranked nationally and in PA in his age group TFCA of GP’s Meet of Chamin the long jump. pions last week where he jumped 20 feet, 8.5 inches. Verna is currently ranked #4 in the state among sophomores, and #15 in the country among sophomores. According to Mr. Dave Evans, Devon Prep Indoor Track and Field Head Coach, Verna continues to improve with each competition. “I’m excited with how he is progressing,” Evans said. “The coaches and I are pleased with his improvements and with the direction our program is going.” Devon Prep is a private, Catholic, college preparatory school for young men in grades six to 12, conducted by the Piarist Fathers. Devon Prep students hail from Delaware, Chester, Montgomery and Bucks counties as well as parts of Philadelphia. For more information contact Devon Prep at 610-688-7337 or visit


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PCS Children’s Theater Presents: “The True Story of the Three Little Pigs” ou know all about the Big Bad Wolf and his ability to huff, puff and blow down houses (except those made of brick), but what if this guy has been getting a bad rap all along? Well, it’s time to find out, by coming to Swarthmore, Pennsylvania…er… Piggsylvania for the trial of the century as the Big Bad Wolf goes to court to determine if he really was intent on being destructive, or if he really is much more innocent than the fabled story has portrayed in this musical celebration geared for our youngest audiences. Recommended for children age 3 and up, “The True Story of the Three Little Pigs” by Robert Kauzlaric, is a family-friendly production for anyone of any age who is willing to hear the other side of the story…. or finally wants to see the wolf face justice! “The True Story of the Three Little Pigs” is the traditional story of the Three Little Pigs with a twist, music and puppets! Every story has two sides and when the Big Bad Wolf stands trial in a Piggsylvania court, it turns out to be a “can’t miss” trial where the wolf finally has his say. But, will he get a fair trial in the notoriously corrupt piggy court? It’s anyone’s guess. Will the prosecution pig’s flashy puppet show win over the jury or make a puppet out of justice? Will the wolf’s Jazzy song and dance about a sneeze gone wrong sway the jury and set him free? Come be a member of the jury box and decide the fate of the Big Bad Wolf in this toe tapping musical adaptation of the hit children’s book. This highly interactive musical, the third production in this sixth season of the Players Club of Swarthmore Children’s Theatre series, is scheduled to run six performances: Fridays March 4 and March 11 at 6:30 p.m.; Saturdays March 5 and March 12 at 5 p.m.; and Sundays March 6 and March 13 at 11 a.m. All performances are on the Players Club’s Raymond W. Smith Stage on the second floor (straight up the steps as you walk in the front door of the theatre). Josiah Donnell of Boothwyn takes on the dual task of directing and starring as the defendant Alexander T. Wolf. He is joined in the cast by Meghan Deaver of Ridley Park (Lillian Magill), Jennifer Wolfe of Chester (Honorable Prudence/Pig #1), Lacey Kurz of Haverford (Julia/Pig #2) and Jessica Poulton of West Chester (Rocky/Dr. Robert/Martha/Maxwell/Pig #3). Adult tickets are $10 each and Children under 12 are $8. All tickets are sold at the door on the day of the performance. Group rates are available for groups of 15 or more. The group rate is $9 for Adults (13 and older) and $7 for Children (3-12 years old). We also offer birthday packages for parents to bring their child’s birthday party to the show. We offer cupcakes and a special meet and greet with the characters. Email for more details if you have a large group or a birthday party. For info about this show, visit


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an inspirational workshop designed to explore new ways to grow during the many challenges and transitions that are inevitable parts of life. From joyful events like the birth of a child, marriage and retirement to challenging events like the loss of a job or illness, Dr. Gottlieb will invite the exploration of thoughts, feelings and behaviors to the normative crises that we will all face at some point during the life cycle. The morning lecture will be followed by breakout sessions, led by trained facilitators that will focus on a variety of events in the life-cycle, and will conclude with remarks from Dr. Gottlieb. Dr. Gottlieb will also be signing his forthcoming new book, “The Wisdom We’re Born With: Restoring Faith in Ourselves.” The Center for Spiritual Well-being public launch, featuring Dr. Dan Gottlieb’s lecture and workshop, is free and open to all. It takes place on Sunday, March 13, 2016 and is a community project at Beth Sholom Congregation, 8231 Old York Road, Elkins Park. Please Register in Advance and RSVP:,, or call 215-887-1342, ext. 109.

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that was never admitted into evidence. Authorities relied on the analysis of a handgun found in his mother’s house and bullets from the murders to convict him. Despite later conclusions by ballistics experts that the bullets did not match the gun, the state refused for years to reconsider the evidence. It was only after the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) argued on his behalf for more than 13 years that the U.S. Supreme Court heard the case and ruled unanimously that his constitutional right to a fair trial had been violated. Upon Hinton’s release in April 2015, Bryan Stevenson, executive director of EJI, said, “The refusal of state prosecutors to reexamine this case, despite persuasive and reliable evidence of innocence, is disappointing and troubling.” In a written statement, the EJI indicated its belief that Hinton’s conviction was the result of the prosecutor’s racial bias. Cathleen Price, one of EJI’s senior attorneys, will be on stage with Hinton on March 14. While Hinton spent three decades in a five-foot by eight-foot cell, his mother died. He was not permitted to attend her funeral. The world also changed in other ways while Hinton was behind bars. There was no Internet, email or social media when he was convicted. Finally free, he is slowly adjusting to a world steeped in technology. Hinton’s case is similar to those featured in Stevenson’s 2014 book, Just Mercy. According to Ted Conover, who reviewed the book for The New York Times, soon after Stevenson graduated from Harvard Law School “he began representing poor clients in the South, first in Georgia and then in Alabama, where he was a co-founder of the Equal Justice Initiative. Just Mercy focuses mainly on that work, and those clients.” The book will be on sale after the event.

Designer Bag Bingo The Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library are hosting a Designer Bag Bingo with beautiful bags from Kate Spade/Coach/Dooney & Bourke/Vera Bradley. Event is on Friday, March 11, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.) in the Community Room at the library (1601 Darby Road, Havertown). Bring your own snacks and BYOW (wine only, no beer or liquor please. Ages 21 and over). Soda and bottled water available for purchase. Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door (Friends members $30). 15 bingo games will be played throughout the evening. Additional cards may be purchased. 50/50 raffle and additional items will be raffled. Tickets are available at the library’s front desk or on the Friends’ website ( Don’t miss out, this event sold out last year! For info: or 610-446-3082. THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK!

From left – Meghan Deaver of Ridley Park, Lacey Kurz of Haverford, Jessica Poulton of West Chester and Josiah Donnell of Boothwyn perform in “The True Story of the Three Little Pigs” presented by the Players Club of Swarthmore Children’s Theatre. story-of-the-three-little-pigs. The Players Club of Swarthmore, an all-volunteer organization now in its 105th season, is located at 614 Fairview Road – just off of Route 320, only minutes from I-95 and Route 476 – and the R3 Regional Rail. Visit for information on upcoming events, directions, etc.

Moore Presents MooreWomenArtists Film Festival Moore College of Art & Design continues to honor its legacy as the first and only women’s visual arts college in the United States for undergraduates by establishing itself as a thought-leader in its industry. First came, an online destination for ALL women visual artists, launched during last year’s Women’s History Month, and now comes the MooreWomenArtists Film Festival, scheduled for Friday, April 1 through Sunday, April 3, 2016. The Festival will include six films about women artists, five directed by women, with introductory talks by women who are esteemed professionals in their fields. Films being screened are: “Conjure Women” by Demetria Royals, “Guerillas in Our Midst” by Amy Harrison, “The Heretics” by Joan Braderman, “Artist” by Tracey Moffatt, “Learning to Swallow” by Danielle Beverly and “Alice Neel” by Andrew Neel. All films are free and open to the public and will be held in the College’s Stewart Auditorium, 20th Street and The Parkway. Admission is free. For details and tickets, visit

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Reminiscences of retired staff and faculty children who grew up here, coupled with descriptions by the school’s early students and professors, reveal a fascinating history. Here are majestic trees: oaks planted in 1834, American elm survivors of a devastating disease, and newly planted giants of tomorrow. Gardens once flourished where buildings now stand, and cows grazed on today’s athletic fields. Students organized bobsled races down the lawn in the 1880s, and skaters enjoyed the frozen pond in the 1950s. Highlights of “Haverford College Arboretum” include: • The tree collection includes several Pennsylvania State Champions, the largest known measured trees of their species in the state. • The arboretum’s 100-year-old American elm is a direct descendant of the tree under which William Penn met with Native Americans to pledge peace in 1682. • A portion of the profits from the sale of the book are being donated to the Haverford College Arboretum to continue tree planting and landscape preservation efforts. Martha J. Van Artsdalen is plant curator for the Haverford College Arboretum where she is responsible for maintaining the tree database, labeling, and purchasing plant material. Her knowledge of the tree collection, combined with an interest in history, led her to research stories of living in this landscape. She earned a journalism degree from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Communications and spent many years as a news editor at both daily and weekly newspapers. An assignment to write a regular garden column led her to further studies; she is a graduate of the Barnes Foundation School of Horticulture and the Longwood Gardens Certificates of Merit in Ornamental Horticulture program. She also is a Penn State Master Gardener. This book became a natural outgrowth of the exhibition co-curated with horticulturist Mike Startup at the college in 2009, “Gardens and Grounds: A Celebration of Haverford’s Landscape,” which spotlighted the beauty and diversity of the arboretum’s trees. Visitor response to historic photographs accompanying the artistic objects made from fallen trees encouraged her to tell a more complete story of the land, from 1833 to current day. “Haverford College Arboretum” by Martha J. Van Artsdalen, “Images of America Series”; Price: $21.99; 128 pages/ softcover. Available: February 29, 2016. Available at area bookstores, independent retailers, and online retailers, or through Arcadia Publishing at 888313-2665 or online. Arcadia Publishing is the leading publisher of local and regional history in the United States. Its mission is to make history accessible and meaningful through the publication of books on the heritage of America’s people and places. Visit

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See “Dream Logic” – a collection of magical, quirky, and exciting short stories, told through acrobatics, dance, and theatre – March 7, at 8 p.m. at Christ Church Neighborhood House. ura Curiatlas Physical Theatre presents “Dream Logic” in a premiere performance in Pennsylvania. Find enchantment in ordinary situations presented in unexpected ways through theatre, dance, and acrobatics. Aura Curiatlas asks … what happens? What happens to the crayons that don’t get picked? What happens when the only bus seat left is completely broken? What happens to the dream when it loses its dreamer? Meet the curious characters living within our collection of short stories, and join them on their journey. What happens when exciting acrobatics and beautiful dance fuse to create stories of comedy, ritual, romance, and struggle? Aura Curiatlas will show you! The uniqueness of Aura Curiatlas’s work is apparent, not only in their quirky and incomparable style, but also in the variety of ways audience members can connect to the stories. Even if you can’t relate to being a crayon, you may know what it’s like to not get picked. Even with no previous experience in dance or acrobatics, viewers are in for an evening of exciting, playful, and thoughtful work. Perfect for all ages! Aura Curiatlas performs March 7 at 8 p.m. at Christ Church Neighborhood House, 20 N. American Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106. Tickets: $15 general admission; $12 students. Visit


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Wayne Art Center presents a special chamber concert by Irina and Friends on March 6 from 4 p.m. - 5 p.m., featuring classical and contemporary compositions for violin, cello and piano. Wayne Art Center music instructor Irina Schuck (shown) will play violin, joined by Jennifer Jie Jin on cello, and Stephanie Hoernes on piano. The musicians in this international trio are individually recognized for their performances in the United States and across the world. This afternoon of music and culture will be accompanied by wine and refreshments. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door; advance tickets may be purchased at or by calling 610-688-3553.

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City Suburban News, Year 31, No. 26, March 2 - March 8, 2016. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line area.