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Year 31, No. 27

Celebrating 31 Years of Community News

March 9 – March 15, 2016

FIND YOUR COMMUNITY Players Club of Swarthmore Presents “Angels Main Line Art Center Debuts NEWS HERE! in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches” Gigs @ The Gallery Series Award-Winning Drama Confronts 1980s AIDS/HIV Epidemic That Afflicted Gay Community he Players Club of Swarthmore will present the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play, “Angels in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches,” by Tony Kushner, March 18 to April 2 for ten performances at The Players Club of Swarthmore, 614 Fairview Avenue in Swarthmore. Buy tickets at Directed by Dave Ebersole, “Angels in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches,” is the beginning of Kushner’s intimate epic that focuses on the HIV/AIDs epidemic that afflicted the gay community in New York City in the 1980s and depicts the politics and social failures surrounding the disease and its emergence in the United States. PCS will present the conclusion of this work, “Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika,” in November, with Ebersole returning as director. “Angels in America, Part I: The Players Club of Swarthmore presents the Pulitzer Prize and Millennium Approaches” tells Tony Award-winning play, “Angels in America, Part I: Millennium the story of a diverse group Approaches,” by Tony Kushner, March 18 to April 2. of New Yorkers, including Performing are Ed Donlevie and Lizzy Dalton-Negron. Louis, (Ryan Goulden, Upper Darby) a liberal Jew wracked with guilt for leaving Prior (Ed Donlevie, Devon), his AIDS-infected lover; Joe (Taylor Darden, Philadelphia), a married Mormon lawyer beginning to accept that he is gay; Harper (Heather Ferrel, Wilmington), Joe’s valium-addicted wife; Belize (Walter Hamilton McCready, Chester), a compassionate, ex-drag-queen nurse; and the HIV-infected Roy Cohn (Steve Connor, Springfield), the real-life Jewish anti-Semite and homosexual infamous as the rabid anti-Communist attorney of Sen. Joseph McCarthy. In addition, Joe’s mother Hannah (Rhonda Goldstein, Abington Twp.), arrives from Salt Lake City hoping to rescue Joe’s and Harper’s marriage. Meanwhile, AIDS-stricken and abandoned, Prior is visited by The Angel (Lizzy Dalton-Negron, Glen Mills), who invites him to become a prophet. “Mr. Kushner has written the most

Cabaret with Nancy Weiss Monday, March 14


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Tangle Movement Arts Presents Dynamic New Circus-Theater Show: RetroAct angle Movement Arts presents RetroAct, a dynamic new circus-theater show from Philadelphia’s innovative aerial artists. RetroAct’s ten-woman cast mixes traditional circus arts, like trapeze and acrobatics, with dance, theater, and spoken word, to explore female strength, identity, and relationships between women. RetroAct is a circus-theater remix of the most exciting moments from Tangle’s five years of aerial dance theater. RetroAct’s acrobats travel through Tangle Movement Arts simmering duets, intricate balancing acts, a celebration of campy drag traditions, and a suspended-in-air meditation presents RetroAct, a dynamic on the passage of time. A dreamer wakes and dresses for new circus-theater show from Philadelphia’s innovative work 20 feet in the air. And two women work out their frustration and flirtation in a dance that traverses the room and aerial artists on March 17, 18 & 19. Shown is Tiffany reaches the ceiling. Holder. Photo/Michael “RetroAct dives into the past, present, and future of Tangle’s Ermilio aerial dance theater,” says Tangle founder Lauren Rile Smith. “We’re proud of five years of Philadelphia-based circus arts highlighting diverse examples of female strength, and connections between women. Tangle aims to push the boundaries of what you expect to see in a circus show.” Joining RetroAct as guest artists are Megan Gendell, an internationally performing trapeze artist, and Nina Giacobbe, a Philadelphia-based dance and theater artist and longtime Tangle collaborator. Tangle Movement Arts is a circus arts company with a contemporary twist, whose work integrates traditional circus like trapeze and aerial silks with dance, theater, and live music


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The Gigs @ The Gallery series will kick off with a night of Cabaret with Nancy Weiss on Monday, March 14 at 7 p.m. at Main Line Art Center. Photo/Anne Sherwood ain Line Art Center in Haverford is known for showcasing the talents of visual artists in their awardwinning galleries, but beginning this spring, the Center will highlight artists of a different kind with the launch of Gigs @ The Gallery. The concert series will kick off with a night of Cabaret with Nancy Weiss on Monday, March 14 at 7 p.m., and will offer attendees a treat for the eyes AND ears. Singer Nancy Weiss has been performing on stage since she was 8 years old, starting with “Home On The Range” at summer camp. In the intervening decades, she has performed at Philadelphia’s leading Cabaret restaurants throughout the city, the Main Line, and the internationally-known venue Don’t Tell Mama in New York City. Her credits include raising a


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March 9 – March 15, 2016

EVEN MORE EVENTS Philadelphia Young Playwrights Annual Monologue Festival Philadelphia Young Playwrights once again gives 18 local high school students a chance to be heard as the 2016 Young Voices Monologue Festival winners will debut their work March 10-19 at the city’s new home for new work, The Drake, 1512 Spruce Street. Tickets cost $15 for the public performances. Tickets are available at or by phone at 215-568-8079. There are student matinees each year for local schools. For student matinee scheduling and tickets, contact Janine Merolla – or 215-665-9226 ext. 7004.

“The Wedding Singer”

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

HAZAAC Luncheon and Program Wednesday, March 16, Har Zion Active Adults Club presents Ricki Goodstein of Goodstein Law Associates for Lunch and an Educational Elder Law and Estate Planning Seminar about the steps to protect your assets while providing for your loved ones. Lunch at 11:30 a.m. Program at 1 p.m. Lunch and Program are free for paid HAZAAC members; $15/person for non-members. Call Marcy Gubernick, 610-667-5000 by Monday, March 14 to make reservations. Har Zion Temple, 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley, PA 19072. For information, call 610-667-5000.

VEC Nonprofit Management Workshop RSVP’s Volunteer Executive Consultants will host an educational seminar to explain how an effective financial management system enables your organization to proactively manage real world challenges. Financial Management Fundamentals for Nonprofits will be held at RSVP, 925 Harvest Drive, Suite 100, Blue Bell, PA 19422 on Thursday, March 17, 2016 at 10 a.m. to noon. For information contact or call 610-834-1040, ext. 11 to register visit: To learn more, visit

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Narberth Community Theatre’s musical production of “The Wedding Singer” opened on Friday, March 4, at its permanent home, the Overbrook Presbyterian Church, located at 6376 City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19151. Director Tom Stumme, choreographer Jenna Michael, music director Raquel Garcia, and accompanist Judy Large lead the production team. “The Wedding Singer” runs through March 19, with Friday and Saturday performances beginning at 8 p.m. and Sunday performances beginning at 3 p.m. Ticket prices range from $16 - $19 and can be purchased via the website at Shown are – Vince Vuono as Sammy, Ben Long as Robbie, and Chris Bartholomew. presented by speaker and coach Dana Lightman. Want to get rid of people who drive you crazy? Now you can. The key is to take charge of your reactions to difficult people so you can neutralize their negative impact on you. Attend Dana’s presentation as she gives you practical tools to prevent other people’s troublesome behaviors from triggering your hot buttons. Cost: Members $35, and Non-Members $40. For information, contact Karen Chellew at 215-257-5114.

Join the Hilltoppers of Temple Sholom for their next exciting event on Thursday, March 17 at 1:30 p.m. Lori Green, Temple Sholom Educational Director, will present a program on “God, Community, and Heschel.” The topic will explore how Abraham Joshua Heschel’s views on Jews’ relationship with God play out in the communities that we create. Temple Sholom is located at 55 North Church Lane in Broomall. Hilltoppers members are free and there is a $3 fee for Non-Hilltoppers members. Contact the Temple office for info or any special accommodations, 610-356-5165.

Second Annual Women of Excellence Luncheon Honoring Patti LaBelle

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After 7, Lalah Hathaway and Avant will perform live at its second annual Women of Excellence Luncheon honoring Philadelphia singer and actress Patti LaBelle. Presented by Gwynedd Mercy University and, the luncheon will take place on Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at First District Plaza. The Women of Excellence Luncheon will celebrate five extraordinary women who work to improve Philadelphia every day: Fox 29 reporter/anchor Joyce Evans; Momenta Quartet Performance On Saturday, March 19 at 8 p.m., the Concert Artist Series at Haverford American Red Cross Eastern PA President and CEO Judge Renee College presents the Momenta Quartet with Zhou Li, pipa, performing Cardwell-Hughes; Poet Sonia Sanchez; PECO Manager of Corporate Charles Ives “String Quartet No. 2,” and Tan Dun “Ghost Opera.” This Relations Romona Riscoe Benson; and Philadelphia City Councilwoman concert will be held in Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium on the Haver- Blondell Reynolds Brown. WDAS FM will also honor four remarkable ford College Campus at 370 Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, PA. Ticket women who were nominated by listeners from February 16-28. One of prices are $20 (General), $15 (Senior), $10 (Student), $5 (Child, age 7- the nominees will receive the Mary J. Blige Award for Perseverance and 17). For information. 610-896-1011 or Courage to commemorate their work in the community. General admission tickets are currently on sale for $75 at certs-events.

“Salary Negotiation: The Rules Of The Game” – Career Seminar on Thursday, March 24, 2016, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Radnor Financial Kelley Cornish, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at AmeriHealth Center, 150 N. Radnor-Chester Road, Suite F-200, Radnor, PA. Advanced Caritas and author of “It’s Work! How Will You Show Up?” (with Myron registration is required and seats are limited. Visit http://careerpoten- 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 Association of Legal Administrators purchase tickets or to become a sponsor, vendor, or program book adverQuarterly Meeting tiser visit or call 610-687-6415. Tickets The Independence Chapter of Association of Legal Administrators will are on sale now. Purchase tickets early as the luncheon has sold out for hold its quarterly meeting on March 29 at the Plymouth Country Club. the last six years. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. followed by the presentation for the SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS evening. The program will be “There Is No Such Thing as Difficult People”

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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS P RISCILLA B OHLEN E XHIBIT O PENS AT B ETH O R he Olitsky Gallery at Beth Or presents an exhibit featuring the exciting work of Priscilla Bohlen from March 11 through April 6. The community is


The Olitsky Gallery at Beth Or presents an exhibit featuring the exciting work of Priscilla Bohlen from March 11 through April 6. Shown is “Solarium and Hawaii” by Priscilla Bohlen. invited to meet the artist at the opening reception Friday, March 11, at 9:30 p.m., immediately following Sabbath services. Refreshments will be served. Bohlen’s work shows clarity of thought and concept with uncomplicated images. Inspired by the play of light against dark, she depicts mood and emotion using the interplay of one color against another. Congregation Beth Or is located at 239 Welsh Road, Maple Glen, PA 19002. For info, contact Karen at 215-653-0878.




PCOM honors MLK and students, faculty and alumni who seek to improve the lives of others he Office of Diversity and Compliance at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) hosted its annual “I am the Dream” awards ceremony on Feb. 26, held in honor of the lives and legacies of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and of PCOM alumnus William M. King, DO, who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of his patients and the larger Philadelphia community. Regina Benjamin, MD, the 18th U.S. surgeon general, served as the keynote speaker at the ceremony, which recognized students and faculty who have made a positive impact on the lives of others, and have demonstrated excellence in


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PCOM fourth-year DO students Olivia Menardy and Jameel Shareef, two winners of the Student of Merit award, pose with their statues. their own personal and professional lives. This year’s recipients were: • Barbara Williams-Page, DO – winner of the Distinguished Alumni Award. • Judith A. Lightfoot, DO, FACOI – winner of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Award. • Yuma Tomes, PhD – winner of the Outstanding Faculty/ Staff Award. • J. Steven Blake, DO, MSc. – winner of the William M. King, DO Award. • Olivia Menardy, Jameel Shareef, and Michael Stefanowicz, DO class of 2016 – winners of the Student of Merit awards. • Israel Benjamin, DO class of 2019 – winner of the 2016 William M. King, DO Endowed Minority Scholarship. Mr. Benjamin was the inaugural recipient of that scholarship, which goes to benefit African-American osteopathic medical students who hail from the Philadelphia area. That scholarship was established through funds given to the College by the William M. King Charitable Foundation, a nonprofit that supports organizations, programs and causes that seek

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Quintessence Theatre Performances Quintessence concludes its sixth season of progressive classic theatre with the Devil and Saints Repertory: Shaw’s SAINT JOAN presented in rotating repertory with Christopher Marlowe’s DOCTOR FAUSTUS. An eleven actor repertory ensemble, comprised of Quintessence’s best and lead by directors Rebecca Wright and Alexander Burns, will bring to life Shaw and Marlowe’s masterworks and continue to establish Quintessence’s brand of epic classic theatre for 21st century Philadelphians. SAINT JOAN begins previews on Wednesday, March 16 at 7 p.m. and opens on Saturday, March 19 at 8 p.m. DOCTOR FAUSTUS begins previews on Wednesday, March 30 at 7 p.m. and opens on Saturday, April 2 at 8 p.m. All performances are at the Sedgwick Theater, 7137 Germantown Avenue in Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, 19119. To purchase tickets visit or call 215-987-4450.


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“Gunnar Montana: Exposed” at William Way Gunnar Montana has announced his new performance, entitled “Gunnar Montana: Exposed,” will be presented three (3) times, on March 17, 18 and 19 at The William Way LGBT Community Center Ballroom, 1315 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. Hosted by local personality R. Eric Thomas, Montana will be joined by members of his casts from over the past 5 years for an intimate evening of cocktails, conversation, storytelling, and dance. Guests will go behind-the-scenes to hear Montana and his co-stars talk about everything from the highs and lows of being Fringe artists in Philadelphia, to life, love, dance, drag, hair, make-up and heels! The cast will include Stephi Lyneice, Dylan Kepp, and Machy Gerena, as well Jessica Daley and Peter Jones performing with the cast for the first time. General Admission Tickets are ($25), and include a $5 donation to the William Way LGBT Center. The evening will include a full bar, silent auction, raffle items, and merchandise give-aways. Visit

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March 9 – March 15, 2016

MCCC Pilot ‘Start-Up Accelerator Fund’ Provides Cash Awards for Aspiring Entrepreneurs his spring, the Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) Foundation and the College’s Division of Business and Entrepreneurial Initiatives will pilot an exciting program designed to support and mentor aspiring entrepreneurs. The Karen A. Stout Start-Up Accelerator Fund, named after MCCC President Emerita Karen Stout, will allow qualifying entrepreneurs to compete for cash awards to help them launch or grow their business ventures. The pilot is funded by a generous, anonymous donation up to $100,000, which will be used to fund cash awards in May and October. “The Start-Up Accelerator Fund is designed to assist those entrepreneurs who are ready to launch their ventures, but who don’t have viable access to other funding sources,” explained Philip Needles, interim vice president of student affairs, who is overseeing the program. “It’s open to all entrepreneurs in the region, and we especially invite military vet-


erans and participants from MCCC’s Women-Owned Business Network and Certificate in Entrepreneurship program to apply.” Interested entrepreneurs should submit their business plans online at by March 30, 2016. Qualifying applicants will then be invited pitch their business concepts to a review team at MCCC’s Central Campus, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell, in May. Select entrepreneurs will be awarded between $1,000 and $20,000 to help launch their business ventures. Those recipients will work with MCCC’s Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and community mentors to set key milestones and deliverables and to monitor progress and outcomes. MCCC will offer second round of funding in October to complete the pilot year. For info, visit

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Professional Gardeners to Discuss Practical Plants for Your Garden Free Event at Bala Cynwyd Library March 16 wo professional but unconventional professional gardeners, Jason Butsch and Eric Blasco, will give a joint presentation at the Bala Cynwyd Library on Wednesday evening, March 16. They will discuss plants that are practical and lend “four season” appeal to home gardens, while minimizing the need for maintenance. Practical, considerations, such as drainage and other site-specific issues, will also be addressed. Blasco will discuss composting, using cover crops to maintain garden soil, and cultivating perennials such as fruit trees, berries, nuts and other edibles. His business, Erb Food & Garden, creates edible landscapes in gardens throughout the Philadelphia area. Butsch specializes in the control and the removal of invasive plants, and in creating gardens in a variety of habitats


including woodlands, meadows, prairies and dry-scapes. He’ll discuss biological pest control and how to attract pollinators and birds, as well as how to grow native grasses, hedges and vines to complement or replace alien plants. Butsch’s business, Arrowwood Gardens, performs a range of ecological gardening services for both private and public gardens. Blasco and Butsch both emphasize working with nature and encourage people to shift their gardens from from lowinterest and low-use plants to those that are of high value to homeowners and wildlife alike, year-round. The talks will be presented on Wednesday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m., and will be followed by questions and answers. Admission is free. For information, call 610-664-1196.

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Sunday, March 13, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. come join in the fun at Main Line Reform Temple’s Family Friendly Purim celebration, beginning with an entertaining performance of Purim Shpiel, and followed by a fun-filled Purim Carnival beginning at 11:00 a.m. Cost per child $18, food available for purchase. Main Line Reform Temple, 410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood, 610-649-7800. Visit

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Jazz Bridge Concert Series on the Main Line Presents Saxophonist Dan Wilkins azz Bridge presents its “Third Thursday Neighborhood Concert Series – Jazz on the Main Line,” at The New Leaf Club, 1225 Montrose Avenue, Rosemont, PA 19010 on Thursday, March 17. This concert, sixth in the series, features saxophonist Dan Wilkins and his band. Showtime is 7:30 - 9: p.m. and tickets are $10 general admission/$5 for students, and are only available at the door. For information, call: 856-858-8914, 215-517-8337 or online visit The musical journey of Dan Wilkins started at home, playing with his father, pianist Skip Wilkins. First taken by the haunting ballads of Stan Getz and Dexter Gordon, Wilkins naturally took to the tenor saxophone. Teachings of David and Caris Liebman, proved invaluable to his continuous musical pursuit. While attending the Manhattan School This March 17 concert features of Music, Dan studied with saxophonists, Steve Wilson and Rich Perry, and pianists saxophonist Dan Wilkins and his band at The New Leaf Club, Garry Dial and Phil Markowitz. Throughout his tenure at MSM, Wilkins in Rosemont. Showtime is worked and toured with the collaborative 7:30 - 9 p.m. group COLONY, performing around the New York area at 92nd St. Y Tribeca, Cornelia St. Cafe, and the Iridium Jazz Club, among others. In October 2012, Wilkins was featured as Artist of the Month at the Deer Head Inn in Delaware Water Gap. Internationally, Wilkins has been performing at clubs and festivals around the Czech Republic, Germany, and Greece and educating at summer Festivals such as the Czech Jazz Workshop 2012 and 2013, and the Kryoneri Jazz Workshop 2013. The “Father and Son,” CD, which was released on Steeplechase Look Out in 2011, features lyrical compositions by Skip Wilkins. The two are complimented by bassist Scott Lee and drummer Jeff Hirshfield. The quartet performs on stages such as the Deer Head Inn, the COTA Festival in Delaware Water Gap, and Lafayette College’s Williams Center for the Arts.Wilkins believes in the power of spiritual rejuvenation and healing through the arts, and studies and practices neuro-muscular bodywork in Bethlehem, PA. 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.





Celebrate the Israeli Film Festival of Philadelphia’s land-mark wenty years ago there were very few films from the Middle tured in the film; Sunday, March 20, at 7 p.m. at the Bryn East being shown in Philadelphia. A local trio vowed to Mawr Film Institute “A Tale of Love and Darkness,” Natalie change that and thus in 1996 the Israeli Film Festival of Phila - Portman’s directorial debut and star turn in the moving delphia was born. Two decades later it is going strong, play- epic about the founding of the state of Israel; Saturday, March ing to sold out crowds, bringing talented actors and direc- 26, at 8:45 p.m. at International House, “Baba Joon,” Best tors to our area and attracting the most prestigious in for- Movie, Israeli Film Academy 2015 and Israel’s selection for eign cinema. The four weekend festival has evolved into a the Oscars, portraying the plight of Persian immigrants as top level showcase for international indie, documentary and they strive to fit in; Sunday, March 27, at 7 p.m. at the Kimfeature length films. “The festival’s aim has always been to mel Center “Matti Caspi Confessions,” a searing personal enrich America’s vision of Israel’s culture and society through biography from one of Israel’s biggest stars; Saturday, April the medium of film,” explained Nurit Yaron, IFF Chairperson. 2, at 8:45 p.m. at Gratz College, “Fire Birds,” a twisted tale On Saturday, March 12, 2016, at 8 p.m. the Israeli Film about the death of a Holocaust survivor. The festival closes on Sunday, April 3, at 7 p.m. with the Festival of Philadelphia (IFF) Platinum anniversary year will roll out with the celluloid wonder “The Kind Words” by Shemi heart-warming “Wedding Doll,” about a handicapped girl and Zarhin. Nominated for 12 Israeli Film Academy Awards the her love for a co-worker. This event, co-sponsored with the film is about three siblings who after the death of their moth- Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, boasts the Philadelphia er discover their family identity is a lie. Zarhin, an acclaim- premiere of the movie and an appearance by the film’s star ed director and his wife Einat Glaser Zarhin, a well-known Moran Rosenblat, who won the Best Actress award of the editor in her own right, will walk the red carpet at Inter- Israeli Film Academy 2015, and the pictures Director Nitzan national House during the gala opening and take part in a Giladi. The film was nominated for best picture, actor and special question and answer session. There will be a second cinematography. The feature film will be screened as part showing the next day Sunday, March 13, at 3 p.m. In honor of the IFF’s 20th anniversary season and again on Monday, of the retrospective theme the following evening Sunday, April 4, in conjunction with PJFF’s 35th season and its March 13, at 7 p.m. Zarhin’s first picture now a classic, “Pass- CineMondays series. Rosenblat and Giladi will be in attenover Fever,” about a dysfunctional family, will be screened dance at both showings. In keeping with the celebration if anyone presents a ticket at International House. The rest of the big screen lineup for the 20th anniversary: stub from 1996, the IFF’s inaugural year, they will be admitSaturday, March 19, at 8:30 p.m. at Jack Barrack Hebrew ted to one film free! For a complete list of films complete with Academy see “Rock in the Red Zone,” the uplifting story about addresses or to reserve tickets visit or call the power of music in the Negev Desert with a special live 484-904-5421. Get out the popcorn and enjoy the shows! performance by Avi Vaknin and Micha Biton, musicians fea-


New Trail Race Comes to the Schuylkill Center n March 26, 2016, Rootstock Racing and the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education will host a new trail race on the grounds on the Schuylkill Center in Philadelphia’s Roxborough neighborhood. The event includes two different races: a traditional 5k trail race on the rich and diverse woodlands around the Schuylkill Center and, and the Run Your Own Adventure Trail Race, a strategic that will challenge your mind just as much as your body. Run Your Own Adventure participants will begin the race together, but at various points throughout the course, runners will encounter a literal fork in the roads. At those waypoints, aided by on-course trail maps, they will have to choose between two different route options. Runners must evaluate their options based on terrain, elevation, and length. All routes will be carefully flagged with surveyor’s tape, and


runners can expect to travel roughly five kilometers on any route they choose. According to course designer Bill Donohue, “The Run Your Own Adventure course is enchanting. Sharing the trails with the white tail deer and foxes makes you forget you are in an urban setting. Remember the speeder bike scene on Endor from Return of the Jedi? Yeah, we’ve got a trail section like that.” Winners of each event can look forward to prizes from Philadelphia Runner, Tone Zone Fitness, and Rootstock Racing. Participants of the Run Your Own Adventure will be treated to Couch Tomato Pizza at the finish line. Philadelphia Runner in Manayunk will also host on-site registration on Wednesday, March 23, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. For info and to register for all events, visit

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“Let Them Eat Cake” Event Entices Sweet Genius to Philly City of Hope’s Wedding Cake Competition Adds Star Power t is one of the most sinfully decadent events of the season. City of Hope’s much savor-

March 9 – March 15, 2016


Toshi Reagon & Allison Miller “Celebrate the Great Women of Blues & Jazz”


Annenberg Center Live Saturday, March 12 at 8 p.m. musical tribute to Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and other female pioneers of jazz will bring together New York’s best vocalists and musicians for “Celebrate the Great Women of Blues & Jazz,” Saturday, March 12 at 8 p.m. at Annenberg Center Live, as part of the African Roots, American Voices series. Tickets range from $30-$75. There will be a pre-show talk at 7 p.m. about the influence of women in blues and jazz featuring creator/director/performer Toshi Reagon and members of the cast. The talk will be moderated by the University of Pennsylvania’s Salamishah Tillet, Associate Professor of English and Afri- “Celebrate the Great Women of Blues & Jazz,” Saturday, March 12 at 8 p.m. at Annenberg Center Live. Photo/Takako Harkness Photography cana Studies. Directed by Toshi Reagon and Allison Miller, “Celebrate the Great Women of Blues & Jazz” honors the musical mothers of these performers in an evening of beloved jazz standards and blues hits which celebrate the women whose immense talent and unbreakable spirit shaped the future of jazz and blues. Reagon and Miller will be joined by a cast of stunning vocalists and muscians as well as internationally renowned tab dancer/choreographer, Michelle Dorrance. First performed at The Schomburg Women In Jazz Festival 2012, Reagon notes, “I created this show thinking about the audience at the Schomburg. Whenever I was in the audience watching a show, I would be blessed to sit next to some serious music lovers and historians. They would tell me about seeing Billie, Ella, Sarah - all the ladies we know by one name because they were so powerful. I wanted to do something to not only honor those artists, but show respect and honor those folks that helped nurture their careers and in turn gave birth to mine.” Annenberg Center Live favorite Toshi Reagon has been described as “a talented, versatile singer, songwriter and musician with a profound ear for sonic Americana—from folk to funk, from blues to rock” by critic/blogger Eva Yaa Asantewaa (InfiniteBody). “She masters each of these genres with vocal strategies that easily spiral and swoop from the expressively sinuous to the hard-charging, a combination of warmth and mischief.” While her expansive career has landed her comfortably in residence at Carnegie Hall, the Paris Opera House and Madison Square Garden, you can just as easily find Reagon turning up at a music festival, intimate venue or local club. Reagon is home on any musical stage and has had the pleasure of working with Lenny Kravitz, Lizz Wright, Ani DiFranco, Carl Hancock Rux, Nona Hendryx, Pete Seeger, Chocolate Genius and many other amazing artists, including her favorite collaborator, her mom, Bernice Johnson Reagon. For tickets andinformation to all events in the Annenberg Center Live 15/16 Season, visit or call 215-898-3900 or 215-898-3900. Series packages available. Tickets also can be purchased in person at the Annenberg Center Box Office. The Annenberg Center is located at 3680 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19104.


Attend City of Hope’s much savored “Let Them Eat Cake” competition March 28, at 6 p.m. at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia. This year’s celebrity judge is Ron Ben-Israel renowned for his delectable confectionary masterpieces. ed “Let Them Eat Cake” competition takes center stage March 28, 2016 at 6 p.m. at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia. This year’s celebrity judge is none other than Ron Ben-Israel renowned for his delectable confectionary masterpieces. Ben-Israel, a celebrity in the baking world, is a judge on Food Network’s “Cake Wars” and former host of “Sweet Genius.” Dozens of the area’s best pastry artists let their imaginations run wild to create over the top wedding cakes. Categories are taste, originality, artistry and this year’s theme Animation. Here sugar chefs are encouraged to conjure up extraordinary flights of fantasy. Students at local culinary schools will also get a crack at their own top prize vying alongside their more established counterparts. What began 12 years ago as a small wedding cake tasting for brides and their mothers has grown to almost 1000 attendees who ogle, sample and take home boxes of the toothsome treats. An unlimited Champagne and wine bar provided by, musical entertainment and assorted bridal vendors round out the evening. Cost is $40 in advance, $50 at the door. The first 50 RSVPs will also receive a goodie bag worth fifty dollars and filled with the latest beauty products. All proceeds benefit the charity. Visit for information or to buy tickets.

St. Patrick’s Day Cemetery Tour, 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 we can learn much about them: the wake-house and Laurel Hill Cemetery. Celebrate the “spirit” of St. Patrick’s Day, while honoring the heritage and accomplishments of our proudest Irish souls. No St. Patrick’s Day would be complete without beer and Irish food; enjoy a sampling of 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 Six Counties’ descent, and his counterpart rebel of native Irish birth, Bill Doran. It will take place on Saturday, March 12 at 1 p.m., departing from Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free parking is located in the lot across the street from the Gatehouse. The cost is $20/person; $18/students and seniors; or $17/members. Advance registration is requested. Tickets can be purchased online at

JAZZ BRIDGE CONCERT SERIES IN ROXBOROUGH PRESENTS SAXOPHONIST DAHI DIVINE RTI Radio’s Jeff Duperon hosts the premier season of “Jazz at Fellowship Hall” Third Wednesdays Neighborhood Concert Series at Ridge Avenue Methodist Church, 7811 Ridge Avenue, Roxborough, PA 19128. This concert, sixth in the series, features saxophonist Dahi Divine and his group on Wednesday, March 16. 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


“Wearing the Gray: The Confederate Soldier and His World” Program The Haverford Township Free Library will be hosting the program “Wearing the Gray: The Confederate Soldier and His World” on Sunday, March 13 at 2 p.m. The program is one of several events highlighting this year’s One Book, One Philadelphia book selection, “Cold Mountain,” and the visit to Haverford Township High School and Free Library on February 3 by the book’s author, Charles Frazier. The Civil War of Southerners was more than the experience of generals and politicians. Neumann College history professor Andrew Miller will discuss the views and experiences of the average soldier during the Civil War. This program is free and open to the public. No registration required. For information about the Haverford Township Free Library’s One Book, One Philadelphia programming, go to: The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For information, call Mary Bear Shannon 610-446-3082 ext. 216, email, or visit

“This concert features saxophonist Dahi Divine and his group on Wednesday, March 16.

The list of notable jazz artists who where born, raised or lived in Philadelphia is extensive. One can add to the list a young man at the forefront of the latest generation of jazz musicians to emerge from the City of Brotherly Love: tenor saxophonist, composer and bandleader, Dahi Divine. What sets Divine apart from other young lions today is that his music moves the music forward in new directions, while it demonstrates Divine’s deep respect for the trailblazing work of tenor titans who came before him. He rhythmically respects the tradition of swing while exploring new musical concepts that make you want to dance, groove or reflect. Divine released, “The Element,” his recording debut as a Cook for a Friend leader featuring all-original material, on April 7, 2015. The followSunday, March 20, at 9 a.m. join others who cook and package meals that ing month he completed his final semester of jazz studies at are delivered to the needy in our community. Har Zion Temple, 1500 Hagys The New School for Jazz & Contemporary Music. The self-produced album heralds the arrival of an emerging artist whose Ford Road, Penn Valley, PA 19072. For information, call 610-667-5000. command of his craft displays a level of virtuosity, eloquence See Jazz in Roxborough on page 7

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Rollin Wilber in concert with Fine Art Music Company. By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Fine Art Music Company, Ivy Hall, International Institute for Culture, located at 6331 Lancaster Avenue in Philadelphia (two blocks from City Avenue), presents A Musical Ode to Earth, featuring Pale Blue Dot, a new work by Philadelphia Composer David Ludwig, and Vox Balaenae, by Philadelphia Composer George Crumb, Saturday, March 12, at 8 p.m., with a repeat concert March 13 at 3 p.m. at the Ethical Society Building, 1906 Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia. Program includes: Ludwig: Pale Blue Dot, for string quartet; Crumb: Vox Balaenae (Voice of the Whale), for flute, cello and piano; Debussy: La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune, Prelude for piano; Cowell: The Tides of Manaunaun, for piano; Bloch: Poems of the Sea, a cycle for piano; Boulanger: Nocturne, and D’un Matin de Printemps, for flute and violin with piano; Ibert: Two Interludes, for violin, flute, and piano. For tickets ($25, $20 for seniors, $15 for students) or info, call 215-803-9725, or visit at • World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, presents The Cat’s Pajamas 25th Big Bash Birthday Concert, Saturday, March 26, Doors 10:30 a.m., Showtime 11 a.m. Known and loved by thousands of families since 1990, The Cat’s Pajamas, Philadelphia’s premier family band is now winning over a

second generation of fans with high-octane kid-rock, madcap theatricality, and a rocking Great Big Band featuring eight of Philadelphia’s most talented musicians. Get ready for a concert packed with four- foot sharks, pirates, movie stars, and a family dance party for ages 1-100! For tickets ($10) or info, visit at • The Media Theatre, 104 east State Street in Media, PA, presents Dogfight: The Musical through March 27, with music and lyrics based on the 1991 film of the same name. It’s the winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical and takes place in 1963 focusing on three young marines on the eve of their deployment. During their final night of partying in the States Corporal Eddie Birdlace meets Rose, an awkward and idealistic waitress whom he enlists to win a cruel bet with his buddies. But Rose turns the tables and brings the power of love and compassion to Eddie’s life. For tickets or info, call 610-891-0100 or visit Dining Around • Loews Philadelphia Hotel, 1200 Market Street in Philadelphia, hosts the Garces Foundation’s Think Local, Give Local with tastings from the area’s brightest chefs and a food themed silent auction to benefit the lives of Philadelphia’s immigrant community, Friday, March 18 from 7:30 -10:30 p.m. VIP Preview 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. VIP After Party 10:30 to midnight. For tickets ($150 General Admission; $250 V.I.P. Admission receives exclusive access to the after party on the 33rd floor and a preview tasting), visit Cocktail attire recommended! • Nick’s Roast Beef, 16 South 2nd Street in Philadelphia, is renaming the venue to Nick’s Bar and Grille, as of March 31, coinciding with the addition of a new barbecue menu using house-smoked meats and adding new cocktails and spirits to the drink menu. Changes in the dining room will offer new custom-built tables, a group table, new high-tops, renovations to the walls and ceilings, and new decor. Nick’s longtime dishes to remain on the menu include the Ground Bacon Burger, Roast Beef and Pork, six flavors of chicken wings, and other bar favorites. For reservations or info, call 215-928-9411 or visit Submit event listings 2 weeks in advance of publication date to: Follow paragraph format.

and maturity as both an instrumentalist and writer that belies his age. Divine leads his own quintet and in 2015 he was selected Continued from page 6 by Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center to perform for the Museum of Modern Art’s “New Music for New York” series. The program featured an emerging composer performing a world premiere composition. Dahi has performed at such venues as, Chris’ Jazz Café (Philadelphia) and Smalls (New York). He shared the stage with James Moody, Jimmy Heath, Charles Fambrough, Monnette Sudler, Arturo and Adam O’Farrill, Kenny Burrell, and Ira Sullivan, among others. He performed in the horn line of the Dave Matthews Band during the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards in L.A. having been selected from a pool of 800 auditions submitted from around the US. Divine’s group headlined the TGIF’s Summer Jazz Series, and performed at the following festivals: Exit Zero Jazz Festival, Cape May Jazz Festival, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz Festival, Center City Jazz Festival, and West Oak Lane Jazz Festival. He’s becoming known as a prolific composer and his dynamic live performances take audiences on a funky, soulful and swingin’ musical journey. 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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Great Narberth Leprechaun Hunt 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

Darlington Welcomes Irish Folk Trio Belfast Connection 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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The Haverford School Upper School Drama and Music Departments present “Guys and Dolls” March 10, at 7 p.m. and March 11 and 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Centennial Hall. The cast includes, from left – Agnes Irwin junior Catherine de Lacoste-Azizi as Miss Adelaide, Haverford School senior Alex Sanfilippo as Nathan Detroit, Haverford School senior Ryan Conway as Sky Masterson, and Agnes Irwin junior Olivia Freiwald as Sarah Brown. Bustling with gamblers, gangsters, and sassy showgirls, “Guys and Dolls,” is based on short stories by American author Damon Runyon. The musical, about rolling the dice and falling in love in 1940s Times Square, celebrates Broadway’s golden era with a great score written by Frank Loesser. Musical numbers include fan-favorites “Luck Be a Lady,” “Sit Down You’re Rocking the Boat,” and “I’ve Never Been In Love Before.” The cast features drama students from The Agnes Irwin School, The Baldwin School, and The Haverford School. Tickets are $10 for adults; $5 for students and seniors and may be purchased at the door or online at The Box Office opens 45 minutes prior to show time. For information, call 610642-3020, ext. 1386.

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Giardino, MD and his contribution to launchr-Operator; 8 ) ber n to l it Ronal EW Healthy CITY SUBURBAN NEWS provides n ph C 1st S rs C gan , to b mis sen d McDoLiving 'Len 54+(> 95 nald, Chief Christopher’s, the goal of the conference is to present Child ing the Child Protection Program. mea t wil 2 GJ a cts h, is oons e Ei olnic ssions Josey of 1 e Playe /Me id it Wha dren? spe wit k se everyness month! the second and fourth weeks of Happi %0= 7:(7> Joyc len Sc n macar treat, T INay Officer, Abuse Prevention as a public health issue and to explore See Child Abuse Prevention Conference on page 10 to il By ? 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June 27 - July 28, 2016 Mon. - Thurs., 8:45 a.m. - 12 p.m. Elizabeth Barr, Laura Strubeck and Stephanie Fortunato placed third in a national ethics competition sponsored by the American Counseling Association. team of Neumann University graduate students has won third place in a national ethics competition, sponsored by the American Counseling Association (ACA). Elizabeth Barr, Stephanie Fortunato and Laura Strubeck brought home the honor for their entry in the ACA Graduate Student Ethics Case Study Competition. All three are students in the Neumann master’s degree program in Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Barr and Fortunato are residents of Drexel Hill. Strubeck is from Avoca, PA, near Scranton. The competition involved submitting an essay in response to a mock ethical scenario presented by the ACA Ethics Committee. Submissions were judged by several criteria, including clearly identifying the ethical dilemma, proposing and justifying action, writing clearly and concisely, and citing appropriate scholarly literature. The ACA presented this situation for ethical analysis: A counselor has just moved her private practice into a new office building, and there have been robberies in the neighborhood. The rental company has agreed to install cameras in the lobby and will also reimburse the counselor for the expense of a part-time security guard. The counselor knows that one of her clients is doing part-time security work while on administrative leave, and she is considering hiring him in the evenings. He is seeing her because of his stress stemming from the death of his partner in a work-related shooting incident and depression due to his wife’s recent, serious illness. Additionally, he knows the counselor is an expert in chronic illness and stress, and is thinking of asking her to see his wife, who is having a great deal of trouble dealing with her recent diagnosis. The teams that finished first and second are from Northeastern Illinois University and the College of William and Mary. There were 76 submissions in the master’s level competition. “We broke the paper up based on our strengths and interests,” explained Fortunato. After


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These faculty and staff members were honored at Holy Child School at Rosemont’s annual Family Mass and Breakfast: Warren Patton (Berwyn), 10 years; Kristen Luke Brooks (Berwyn), five years; Jeanne Marie Blair (Newtown Square), 30 years; Tom Lengel (Devon), 10 years; Jacky Hunt (Wayne), 30 years; Rita Smith (Glen Mills), 35 years; Greg Soltis (Havertown), five years. oly Child School at Rosemont School honored seven faculty and staff members for their years of service during the annual Family Mass and Breakfast on Feb. 28. The honorees were celebrated at the Mass in front of a standing-room-only congregation of Hoy Child community members at Rosemont College’s Immaculate Conception Chapel. Following the Mass, attendees gathered for breakfast at Rosemont College’s Cardinal Hall.


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collaborating for two months, the trio produced a 15-page paper that addressed managing multiple relationships, maintaining appropriate boundaries, addressing privacy concerns, and recognizing power differentials. According to Sr. Suzanne Mayer, Ph.D., coordinator of the Pastoral Counseling program, “The area of ethics is, naturally, of great consequence to those in counselor education programs. The ACA promotes not only standards of best practice but the critical thinking necessary to apply them. I am so proud of these three excellent students.” Winners will be recognized in the ACA journal, Counseling Today, and the papers will be submitted for consideration of publication to the online journal, VISTAS. Winning teams will also be invited to attend the ACA Annual Conference & Expo, scheduled this year for March 31 through April 3 in Montreal. According to the ACA website, “The purpose of the competition is to educate members of the association regarding ethical issues and to engage graduate students (masters and doctoral level) in critically analyzing a potential ethical case and creating an appropriate ethical decision making plan to respond to the ethical situation.”

AccessMatters Launches Mobile App Designed for Teens ccessMatters has launched a new mobile app called “It President and CEO of AccessMatters. “We are pleased to unMatters.” The “It Matters” app, developed by AccessMatters veil this mobile app in response to the changing needs and with app developer Damien Leri of Big Yellow Star, Inc. in preferences of teens and young adults who can benefit from consultation with youth advisors, is free and provides teens care at AccessMatters’ Network health centers and consumers, and young adults ages 14-24 with accurate, timely informa- generally.” As part of the launch, AccessMatters is unveiling the app tion about sexual and reproductive health. Healthy relationships and sexual health are integral to this week in its network of school-based Health Resource overall health and wellbeing. Unfortunately, many teens and Centers. In the coming months, AccessMatters will add more young adults receive inadequate levels of sexuality educa- dynamic content and launch future phases of the app with tion in school, forcing them to turn to friends or the inter- increased functionality. Features may include allowing a user net for information that may not be accurate. Designed and to set automatic reminders for health appointments or to take developed with input from teens and young adults, the “It medication, trivia or quizzes testing user knowledge of sexMatters” mobile app aims to address this problem by estab- ual and reproductive health topics, and expanding the age lishing a user-friendly source of information about health top- range for users and providing tailored information based on ics, videos, a health center finder featuring AccessMatters’ age, sexual orientation, and gender. While the “It Matters” mobile app is designed with teens Network health centers, and other interactive elements. Users can find answers to common questions on topics and young adults ages 14-24 in mind, it provides any user such as relationships, birth control options, LGBT health, with information about sexual and reproductive health topSTDs, and more. The app even features a video explaining ics, including where to find health services. Parents and carewhat to expect during a visit to a health center, featuring givers can utilize the “It Matters” mobile app to begin conversations about sexual health with their children. local youth from Philadelphia. Local Blood Drives “Over the past several years, graduation rates have risen Some components of the mobile app are geo-location speMarch has been recognized as Red Cross Month by every U.S. president cific while other information included in the app can be help- while teen birth rates have declined,” added Weiler Gerber. since 1943. Red Cross Month is a celebration of supporters who are the ful to teens and young adults nationwide. As the Title X “Yet persistent high rates of unplanned pregnancies and STDs face of the Red Cross in their communities, helping to prepare for and Family Planning grantee in Southeastern Pennsylvania, in some communities demonstrate that there is more work bringing help and hope after emergencies. Narberth – March 20, from AccessMatters provides funding and capacity-building sup- to be done to educate and protect youth. We want to ensure 2 p.m. - 7 p.m., Narberth Presbyterian Church, 205 Grayling Avenue. port to a diverse network of health care providers. The mobile teens and young adults have the information and tools they Plymouth Meeting – March 21, from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., Church on the Mall, app features a “find your health center” function that allows need to live healthy and happy lives. The best way to do that 500 W. Germantown Pike. Wynnewood – March 22, from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., users to search by zip code to find the closest health care is to reach them where they are, with candid, positive messages that resonate with them.” Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El, 1001 Remington Road. Ardmore – March provider within the AccessMatters’ Network. The “It Matters” mobile app is designed for both Android “The trend is continuing to shift away from consumers 22, from 2 p.m. - 7 p.m., Ardmore Presbyterian Church, 5 W. Montgomery Avenue. Lower Merion – March 30, from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Kohelet Yeshiva searching websites for health information and toward access- and IPhones and is available for download in the Google Play High School, 223 N. Highland Avenue. Make an appointment to donate ing mobile apps from their smartphones for up to date, and Apple Stores. blood by downloading the free Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting accurate health information,” said Melissa Weiler Gerber, or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

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Cancer and Heart Transplant Survivor to Run Ninth Annual King of Prussia 10 Miler


ancer and heart transplant survivor and four-time Ironman finisher, Derek Fitzgerald will join hundreds of other runners for the ninth annual King of Prussia 10 Miler on Sunday, May 22. Fitzgerald’s TEDx talk, “Completing an Ironman on a Borrowed Heart,” tells his inspiring story. If he can do this run, you can too!


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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.

Steinway Artist Young-Ah Tak to Perform Solo Piano Recital Free Concert at Immaculata University March 19 mmaculata University will host Steinway Artist Young-Ah Tak as she performs a solo piano recital on Saturday, March 19, at 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall. The recital is free and open to the public. In addition, Tak will conduct a Master Class for Immaculata’s music majors on Sunday, March 20. Highlights of Tak’s performance include Sonata No. 6 in F Major, Op. 10, No. 2 by Ludwig van Beethoven; Wizards – Three Magic Masters (2003) by Judith Zaimont; Barcarolle in Fsharp Major, Op. 60 by Frederic Chopin; and Sonata No. 1 in C Major, Op. 1 by Johannes Brahms.


Immaculata University welcomes pianist Young-Ah Tak to campus on March 19. Photo/courtesy of Bon-Sook Koo “This is an artist of impeccable talent and musicianship, outstanding technical control and solid music interpretation grounded in masterful artistry and achievement. We are deeply honored by her performance presentation for the Music Department,” stated William Carr, DMA, Steinway Artist, chair of Music Department at Immaculata University. As an international artist, Tak has performed at prestigious venues such as Lincoln Center, John F. Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Columbia University and Trinity Wall Street, the Kimmel Center (Philadelphia), and Jordan Hall (Boston). In addition she has performed at the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series and Ravinia Festival in Chicago, Wharton Center for Performing Arts at Michigan State University, the Banff Centre in Canada and at major concert halls and international music festivals in her native Korea. See Solo Piano Recital at Immaculata on page 12

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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Baldwin Partners with H2O for Life n February 25, Baldwin’s students heard adventurer and safe water advocate, Katie Spotz, talk about her world record-breaking solo row across the Atlantic Ocean. Spotz has shared her adventures with students across the country to raise awareness about the global water crisis and to inspire youth to help solve it. In this nationwide initiative to raise $250,000 for water projects in the developing world, Spotz has partnered with H2O for Life, a nonprofit service-learning organization, to inspire 30,000 students from 50 schools across the United States to help partner schools from the developing world gain access to clean water, improved sanitation and hygiene education. By telling inspirational stories of her own adventures, Spotz will remind students that everyone can tackle bigger problems than their own and make a difference in the lives of others, while becoming energized global citizens and activists for change. Since her record-breaking row in 2010, Spotz has made it her mission to bring awareness to the plight of billions of people around the world who suffer from a lack of safe drinking water. By speaking to groups and organizations around the country and sharing her personal stories of triumph, she has inspired thousands of people to believe that extraordinary achievements are within everyone’s grasp. This year, Baldwin has incorporated a service component From left – Nira Kotay, Rebecca McCurdy, Speaker Katie Spotz, Israel Carter, Baker Charbonnet, Shyla Dockery, into its Family Gatherings. The Baldwin community is grouped Sammy Baron and Sydney Parmet pose after the H2O for Life presentation at The Baldwin School. into 40 “families,” with each family comprised of students from every grade, as well as members of the faculty and staff. Meeting six times per year, these Nicaragua with the help of H20 for Life. Baldwin’s “families,” along with various classes student-led meetings build community and allow for theme-based discussions and pro- throughout the three divisions, will then participate in raising the necessary $1,000 for the jects. The goal this year is to raise awareness and funds to build a handwashing station in Ocotillo School’s handwashing station in Nicaragua.


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to tell a multi-dimensional story. Tangle’s work reflects individuals of diverse identities, with an emphasis on queer and female experiences, and is devised collaboratively by its all-female ensemble. Tangle is based in Philadelphia and has been a Philly FringeArts Festival favorite since its inception in 2011. RetroAct premieres at Christ Church Neighborhood House (20 N. American Street) on Thursday March 17 (8 p.m.), Friday March 18 (8 p.m.), and Saturday March 19 (3 p.m. and 8 p.m.). Tickets ($15-20) are available via

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family, chairing The Board of Advisors for the Annenberg Center, University of Pennsylvania, and serving on the Board of Directors for The Acting Company in New York. Five years ago, Nancy’s love of performing led her to Music Director Michael Ferreri. Set against the backdrop of “Transformations, the 12th Annual Betsy Meyer Memorial Exhibition,” presented in celebration of Nancy’s friend Betsy, Nancy and Michael will perform a lively selection of jazz standards and cabaret hits while sharing stories and entertaining the crowd. Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased online ( or over the phone (610-525-0272) in advance, or can be purchased at the door. Main Line Art Center will also offer a cash bar. Free parking is plentiful in the Center’s private lot. On view in the gallery during the concert is “Transformations,” featuring the 2016 Meyer Family Award for Contemporary Art recipients Matthew Courtney (Philadelphia), Sun Young Kang (Bryn Mawr; 2015 Finalist), and Zahra Nazari (New York). Through painting, ceramic sculpture, and paper arts, the artists transform, not only their own materials, but the galleries themselves into unexpected environments that dance between the evident and the ethereal. “Transformations” is the 12th annual exhibition presented in memory of Teaching Artist Betsy Meyer, and is on view March 7 to April 17. For tickets and info about Gigs @ The Gallery or “Transformations,” visit or call 610-525-0272. Main Line Art Center is located at 746 Panmure Road in Haverford, behind the Wilkie Lexus dealership just off of Lancaster Avenue. The Art Center is easily accessible from public transportation and offers abundant free parking.

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Tak received her training at three distinguished institutions: The Juilliard School, New England Conservatory and The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University. Currently, she serves as Artist-in-Residence at Southeastern University in Florida and teaches at Eastern University in Pennsylvania. 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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Holy Child Students Contribute on Service Day

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Teddy Reilly (Wayne) and Moira Minnich (Wayne) display their “Socks of Love” and messages of inspiration that were delivered to The Divine Mercy Parish last month.

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oly Child School at Rosemont students contributed time and treasure to help the needy during the School's annual Service Day in February. Students throughout the School donated more than 600 pair of socks for “Socks of Love,” which were delivered to The Divine Mercy Parish with personalized notes. In addition, all students contributed toward the annual Service Day Carnival in the gym by purchasing tickets for games and activities. Nearly $2,500 in proceeds was collected from the Carnival and was donated to community service organizations that were designated by 8th grade students.



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