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Meet Co-Author of “Thou Shalt Not Steal” T HE P OWER OF Y IN Y OGA AT K ATRIN E LIA Y OGA “The Baseball Life and Times of a Rifle-Armed Negro League Catcher”

uthor Al Hunter Jr. will be at The Darby Free Library, Saturday, May 18, noon 2 p.m. to discuss his award-winning book about a local Negro League all-star, Bill “Ready” Cash. “Thou Shalt Not Steal: The Baseball Life and Times of a Rifle-Armed Negro League Catcher” (Love Eagle Books) is the autobiography of Cash, the feisty catcher who played for the Negro Leagues’ Philadelphia Stars from 1943 to 1950. Pennsylvania state Rep. Ronald Waters will co-host and sponsor the discussion. Raised in the Elmwood section of Philadelphia, where he developed his love for baseball, Cash went on to be named

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Author Al Hunter Jr. will be at The Darby Free Library, Saturday, May 18, noon - 2 p.m. to discuss his award-winning book about a local Negro League all-star, Bill “Ready” Cash.

Before teaching yoga on a full time basis, Katrin Elia worked for many years as a Curator for Contemporary Art and Exhibition Manager in New York City. She grew up in North Germany and spent most of her life in Europe before settling down with her American husband in Bala Cynwyd, PA over 15 years ago.

to the Negro Leagues’ prestigious East-West All Star Team in 1948 and 1949. Cash also played in Mexico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, and Canada. In “Thou Shalt Not Steal,” Cash recalls: • Playing against greats such as Satchel Paige, Josh Gibson, “Cool Papa” Bell, Hank Aaron, and Roy Campanella. • Being friends with the great Jackie Robinson. • The discrimination he faced on and off the field. • The challenges of raising a family while playing baseball.

new yoga studio, Katrin Elia Yoga, opened in March in the heart of Bala Cynwyd. The flair of the studio as well as the Yoga style, called Yin Yoga, is quite different than in many another studios. In the practice of Yin Yoga, the muscles should be relaxed in order to stretch the connective tissues (facia, tendons, ligaments, etc.) to help gain flexibility. Being mostly in floorbased yoga postures for a longer period of time can aggravate the mind, so it is important to use certain meditative techniques to bring calmness and control. Yin Yoga is the opposite of a vigorous yoga class—no active, repetitive movement, no sweating, just being in the moment in one position at a time for up to five minutes. Besides Yin Yoga classes, the studio offers a variety of other classes, such as Yin & Vinyasa, Align & Flow, Slow Flow, etc. that will work the more Yang (active) side of our bodies. In combination, both the Yin and the Yang become central to our core belief in Healing.

See “Thou Shalt Not Steal” on page 5

See The Power of Yin Yoga at Katrin Elia Yoga on page 4

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Fighting Breast Cancer Her Way – with Chemo & a Crusade of Cousins! Local resident and her family gear up to crush cancer at the Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure this Mother’s Day. “I had my mammogram one year ousins. For many it’s a broad plus one week since my last one. It term for “someone related somewas shocking to learn that in that time where along the line.” They are I developed three tumors in two people you see only at family obligabreasts, as well as cancer in my lymph tions – weddings, funerals, anniversarnodes. At first, I admit, I kept my head ies. But for Penn Valley resident Cindy in the sand. I knew my husband had Reisner, her clan of 35+ cousins has a handle on all the possible scenarios, always been a unique family unit that so I kept my fear at bay.” keeps in touch, grows together and steps up to help one another through Back, from left – Dr. Russell and Cindy life’s challenges. That’s exactly what Reisner, and their children, front – happened this January when Cindy Anna, Lindsay and William. found herself with three young children, a packed schedule… and a stage Cindy’s husband, Dr. Russell Mark two breast cancer diagnosis. Reisner, is a surgical oncologist for Numerous factors led Cindy to be Cancer Treatment Centers of America taken by surprise when she was diag– and neither the irony nor the blessnosed. The 46-year-old religiously had ing is lost on her. annual mammograms since age 35 with “All the physical and emotional imno issues. With her husband being a pacts of a double mastectomy brought surgical oncologist, she was very aware my head out of the sand – and Russ of the signs. She tested negative for was right there as the calming voice the breast cancer gene. And, there was and compassionate caregiver. He no significant family history of the disease. See Cousins Crushing Cancer on page 4

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Singles Dance and Social Professional and Business Singles Network sponsors a dance party, Friday, May 10, 2013, at the Clarion Hotel-Philadelphia Airport, 76 Industrial Highway, Rte 291, Essington, PA 19029; 8 p.m. to Midnight. Admission is $15. Come at 6:45 p.m. for East Coast Swing Dance Instruction. Gather with new friend in the Crystal Ballroom. PBSN’s DJ will be spinning your favorite Top 40 dance hits from the 60s to present for 40s, 50s and 60+ singles. Proper Attire: jacket and tie optional; please, no jeans or sneakers. Just drop in. Membership is not required. For info call Bob 610-805-5827 or visit www.PBSNinfo.com.

Mother’s Day Mural Arts Tour and Lunch

GRAND RE-OPENING OF BALA CYNWYD LIBRARY The celebration of reopening of the renovated and expanded Bala Cynwyd Library is scheduled for Sunday, May 19, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the afternoon. Books and checkout records from Lower Merion’s first library, opened in 1842, will be on display; you can see what people were reading here a century and a half ago. The Lower Merion High School Jazz Band will provide music. There will be clowns and dancing for young children. The library will be open for all services during the celebration. Visit www.lmls,org or the Bala Cynwyd Library facebook page for information and updates. The library is located at 131 Old Lancaster Ave., Bala Cynwyd, 19004.

Treat the mom in your life to a very special Murals & Meals Tour in celebration of Mother’s Day on Saturday, May 11, 2013, 10 a.m. 12 noon, followed by lunch until 1:30 p.m. The Mural Arts Tour travels through Center City Philadelphia and showcases astonishing works such as “Common Threads” by Meg Saligman, “Where Women Grow Strong” by Michelle Oritz, and “Spring” by David Guinn. A trained guide shares details about the muralmaking tradition, the stories and history behind each mural, the impact of the work both around Philadelphia and throughout the world, and much more! The two-hour tour ends with a prix fixe lunch at Positano’s Coast, an inspired Italian eatery in Olde City for a three course meal. $65 per person. Tour departs from and returns to Positano’s Coast, 212 Walnut Street (across from the Ritz Five movie theater).

awareness for Latinas. Free breakfast and resources from the Latino Partnership, Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez and the Women’s Bureau will be provided. The event will be held on Saturday, May 11 at Tierra Colombiana, located at 4535 N. 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140. This workshop is free, but registration is REQUIRED. To register, contact the U.S. Labor Department’s Women’s Bureau at 215861-4864, Quetcy Lozada, President of the Philadelphia Chapter of NACOPRW at 267-253-7480, or sign up online at www.eventbrite.com/ event/6209686339#.

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Mother’s Day Tea Party with Betsy

LOVE Your Park Week will kick off when park friend groups welcome residents and community volunteers to participate in the LOVE Your Park Service Day on Saturday, May 11. Residents can volunteer at a park in their neighborhood and can sign up by visiting www.loveyourpark.org, calling Brandon Vaughn at 215-240-2010 or emailing loveyourpark@gmail.com.

Latina Health Awareness Workshop The U.S. Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau is partnering with the National Conference of Puerto Rican Women (NACOPRW), Philadelphia Latino Partnership and the Office of Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez to host a Latina Health Awareness workshop to promote work-life balance and health

life. But what if we have no idea who we are anymore, let alone who we want to be? Come explore these questions about your shifting roles and identity and your evolving sense of self in this fun and lighthearted workshop led by Nancy Clifford, M.A., Life-Fit Coach at the Middleton Center and Margie Cherry, M.A., Assistant Director of Alumni Career Services at Lafayette College. This program, Sunday, May 19, 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., will be held Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 625 Montgomery Avenue, Bryn Mawr. Call 610-5250766 for info.

Sign Up for Israel 65

Your community organization can be a part of the Israel 65 Parade and Festival scheduled for Sunday, May 19, in Philadelphia. Join the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia for a gala celebration of Israel Independence Day. Floats and marchers will line up at Eakins Oval by the Philadelphia Museum of Art at 10:30 a.m. and parade to the Pennsylvania Convention Center where thousands will gather for Israeli food, dancing, music, art, crafts and more from noon to 4 mation or driving directions, con- p.m. Join in the fun. Sign up for tact Community Arts Center at the parade online at www.jewish610-566-1713 or visit www.com- philly.org or call the hotline at 215munityartscenter.org. 832-0564.

Rosalie Grant at Poets and Prophets Poets and Prophets presents Rosalie Grant on Tuesday, May 14 at 7 p.m. The venue will be Stage One Performing Arts Complex, located at 101 Plush Mills Road (Route 252 & Plush Mills Road) in Wallingford. Meet in Room 106. A donation is requested. Open reading follows feature. Call 610-328-POET or visit www.poetsandprophets.com.

Dana Carvey, Dennis Miller & Kevin Nealon from SNL Perform

Three of your all-time SNL favorites will reunite for a night of serious funny business. Grab your share of laughs as Dana Carvey, Dennis Miller and Kevin Nealon take the stage May 24 at 9 p.m. in the Tropicana Showroom. Ticket prices range from $55 to $250. The $250 ticket includes a meet and greet and photo op with the comedy legRoxborough Orchestra ends. Tickets can be purchased at Spring Concert the Tropicana Box Office or through The Roxborough Orchestra, found- Ticketmaster at www.ticketmased in 2004, will present its annual ter.com or 1-800-736-1420. spring concert on Saturday, May Hadassah’s Closing 18, at 8 p.m. at The Immaculate Heart of Mary Church located at Luncheon 819 Cathedral Rd. in the Andorra The Main Line Delaware County section of northwest Philadelphia. Hadassah will hold its closing lunAdmission as always will be free. cheon on Thursday, May, May 30, Music will include patriotic, popu- 2013, at Drexelbrook, in the Williamslar and light classic selections. burg Room, 4700 Drexelbrook Drive

Betsy Ross House presents Mother’s Day Tea Party with Betsy, 239 Arch Street, Saturday, May 11, 4 - 5:30 p.m. Betsy Ross, herself, hosts this popular annual event that features an assortment of fine teas and delicious treats from City Tavern served in the House’s the beautiful courtyard. Enjoy tours of the House and a curator’s look at rarely seen items from the archives. Tickets are $20; reservations required. Call Program 215-629-4026 or visit www.historic“Finding Meaning in and Enrichphiladelphia.org for tickets. ing Our Middle Years: 7 Steps to “In the Clouds” Exhibit Connecting with Your Best Self” – Main Line Reform Temple and the Vincent Heron’s “Cloud” is part of Middleton Center of Bryn Mawr Presthe exhibition “In the Clouds,” open- byterian Church have joined toing on May 12 at 2 p.m. and run- gether to address the particular ning through June 21 in the needs of the middle years through Duke Gallery and side lawnat Com- a series of discussions. Popular munity Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill culture and the media suggest that Road, Wallingford, PA. For infor- we can be our “best selves” in mid-

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Thursday, May 16, 2013 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The Gala will be held at The Horticulture Center in West Fairmount Park, 100 North Horticultural Drive Philadelphia, PA 19131. The event will honor Park Champions: Join the Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia (CSCP) Saturday Ron Jaworski & Billie Jean King, Corporate Leadership: Dow Chemical, evening, May 11, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. for CSCP’s 15th annual “Evening in and Civic Leadership: Jane Pepper & Blaine Bonham (formerly of PHS). the Yard” celebration and awards ceremony. CSCP anticipates over 250 Tickets are $500 per person and all proceeds benefit Fairmount Park professionals, government officials, cancer survivors and others will see Conservancy. Call 215-988-9334 or visit myphillypark.org for info. chair emeritus Keith Morgan and The Morgan Family receive the “Ridgeland Award,” Kim Kubek Kirkpatrick, MD, the “Medal of Inspiration,” Billie Jean King, Chris Evert, Holly Hunter and CSCP member Juan M. Torres, the “Medal of Courage.” Guests will Gather in Gladwyne enjoy fabulous food, cocktails, a disc jockey, a live auction, video tributes to the honorees and more, all to benefit CSCP. Taking place for the third Billie Jean King, Holly Hunter and Chris Evert will gather May 18 at the consecutive year off-site of CSCP at Urban Outfitters at the Navy Yard home of Vahan and Danielle Gureghian in Gladwyne for an evening (5000 S. Broad Street, Building #543, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19112), reception and moderated conversation, and the opportunity for guests to the “Evening in the Yard” presenting sponsor is Krispy Kreme & the bid on some incredible silent auction items, such as Billie Jean King’s Morgan Family, and the radio sponsor is B101 FM. The co-chairs for the Wimbledon Center Court seats. Earlier that day, there will also be a Pro “Evening in the Yard” this year are Amanda Schwenke and June Smith. Am featuring Chris Evert. This event is produced by the Philadelphia Tickets are $250 per person ($125 for young patrons under 35) and pro- Freedoms to raise money for the Philadelphia non-profit Assistance in ceeds help people affected by cancer. Call 215-879-7733 for information Healthcare, which helps lessen the financial burden of cancer patients and their families. Individual tickets to the reception are $250 per peror visit cancersupport-phila.org. son, and tickets to the Pro Am, which include access to the reception, start at $3,500. For ticket information, call 215-537-7819 or online visit 4th Annual Benefit Cabaret http://www.philadelphiafreedoms.com. Nichole Canuso Dance Company (NCDC) will hold its 4th Annual Benefit Cabaret, Saturday, May 11, 2013 to raise funds for and generate buzz Bonefish Grill Partners with ALS Association for around their upcoming new work. The event, featuring a curated proOpening Charity Night gram of handpicked acts, will be held at 6:30 p.m. in The Latvian Society at 7th and Spring Garden. Guests attending the ‘Pre-Party with the Art- Bonefish Grill is partnering with The ALS Association Greater Philadelists’ will enjoy a ‘sneak peek’ of “The Garden,” NCDC’s 2013 fall produc- phia Chapter as part of its Grand Opening festivities on Saturday, May tion plus a new film by Canuso and multi-media director Lars Jan. Gener- 18, from 6 - 8:30 p.m. with a special Charity Night to benefit the orgaal admission tickets are $20 online and $25 at the door. Pre-Party with nization. Supporters will enjoy fresh seafood, refreshing cocktails, and the Artists tickets are $60. General Admission doors at 7:30 p.m.; Pre- spectacular ambiance and music – all for a great cause – at the restauParty doors at 6:30 p.m. In the tradition of the Benefit Cabaret, NCDC rant’s newest location at 27 Airport Square, North Wales, PA 19454. For will also have a “Vintage Carnival” Photo Booth with Plate 3 Photography, tickets to the Charity Night, call Allison Walker at (215-643-5434 or visit two bars serving up Latvian Beer, a Kissing Booth with special guests, www.alsphiladelphia.org. Follow Facebook.com/alsphiladelphia and and Horary readings with Max Brown. There will also be a fantastically @alsphiladelphia on Twitter to learn more about the fight against ALS. stocked silent auction along with a raffle drawing. To order online, visit Golden Slipper Club & Charities Gala www.nicholecanusodance.org. On the evening of Saturday, May 18, 2013, Golden Slipper Club & ComedySportz Presents “ComedyGeekz” Charities (GSC) will host its annual gala at the Sheraton Valley Forge ComedySportz, Philadelphia’s longest-running comedy show, celebrating Hotel (480 North Gulph Road, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 19406) at its 20th Anniversary season, announces the return of “ComedyGeekz,” 6:30 p.m. Honored that evening will be Kenneth R. Gilberg of Penn Saturday, May 11 at 7:30 and 10 p.m. The show takes place at The Play- Valley, who will receive the Gold Medallion Award of Achievement, and ground at The Adrienne located at 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia. incoming president David H. Levy of Rydal. Approximately 200 guests Tickets can be purchased online at www.comedysportzphilly.com or at are expected to enjoy fabulous food, cocktails, live music with EBE, dancing and more, all to benefit GSC. Space in the tribute book is the door. now closed, but tickets remain available through May 8, 2013. Purchase tickets by calling 610-660-0510 or online by visiting https://goldenslipTempesta di Mare Performs Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra Tempesta di Mare performs “Great Books,” perclub.org. Tickets are $180 or $90 for those 35 and under. Contact Saturday, May 11 at 8 p.m. in Philadelphia, and Sunday, May 12 at 4 Paul Geller at pgeller@goldenslipper.org for information. p.m. in Chestnut Hill. Musical and literary greats collide in orchestral renAzar Lawrence at the Philadelphia ditions by Telemann, Purcell, Charpentier and Rameau of the great literary Ethical Society classics. For tickets and info: www.tempestadimare.org, or 215-755-8776. On Saturday, May 18, 2013, at 7:30 p.m., the ProducersGuild presents Mother’s Day Brunch in the Square saxophonist, Azar Lawrence, along with pianist Benito Gonzalez, bassist Sunday, May 12, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., treat Mom to a day of fun featuring a Essiet Essiet and drummer Gerry Gibbs, at the Philadelphia Ethical delicious brunch and a round of Philly Mini Golf at Franklin Square, 6th Society, 1906 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA. It is a rare occur& Race Streets. Kids can also make a gift for mom. Tickets are $20. rence that Philadelphia jazz lovers have the opportunity to hear a live Reservations required; call 215-629-4026 or visit www.historicphiladel- performance of this master saxophonist. Respected by some of the greatest names in modern jazz, he has played and recorded with the likes of phia.org for tickets. Miles Davis, Woody Shaw, Ron Carter and McCoy Tyner. Advance tickets are are $25. Limited seating. 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remains so. He is also the man with the answers, no matter when I need the reassurance, which is typically in the middle of the night!” Cindy also draws strength and courage from her three children: son, William (age 6), and daughters, Lindsay and Anna (age 8 and 10 respectively). “All three in their own ways are seeing me through this – together we find and focus on the humorous aspects of what’s going on, and in that, we find healing.” Another surprise to Cindy after her diagnosis was the outpouring of support from the community, especially the families of her children’s schoolmates. “Within two days of people learning about it, they had a schedule to provide our family with meals for the next 30 days. I’ll never be able to express my appreciation for such love and generosity.” With all the surprises since January, one thing that did not surprise Cindy was the way her enormous family of cousins immediately rallied to take care of her and her children. “I’m not surprised the cousins are acting as they are – they always do in these situations. I wasn’t prepared for my own emotions, though. Their support means so much and gives me the strength I need.” Immediately upon hearing the news, Cindy’s aunt, Carol Stein, and cousin, Debbi Weidman, decided the cousins should form a team for the 2013 Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure® to rally around Cindy. Debbi took the role of team captain, her first charge being to assign Cindy’s three children the honor of coming up with the team name. They unanimously decided on Cousins Crushing Cancer – an impressive team of 30+ members, all family, most of whom will be walking with Cindy at the Race.

“Some cousins who typically would run are sacrificing the competition of the race to walk with us. Hopefully my chemo treatments are timed right so I have enough energy… my attitude is, if my six year old can do it, so can I. No matter what, I’ll keep pace with him!” Cousins Crushing Cancer is also fundraising – considerably – to help fund life-saving local breast cancer programs, as well as research. And they are SERIOUS about it, having surpassed $10,000 by mid-April and $15,000 by the end of April. Cindy herself has raised more than $3,500. “I never fundraised for a cause before. But I remembered a friend – a breast cancer survivor – who raised a great deal for the Komen New York Race for the Cure. She was my inspiration. The fundraising experience has put another check in the ‘positive’ column of my breast cancer journey. “I am so touched by the speed with which people responded, size of the donations, and openness with which other survivors shared their stories. I’m so grateful to everyone.” Cindy plans to carry them all in her heart this Mother’s Day as she starts her Race Day by participating in the cherished Survivors Parade of Pink down the Philadelphia Museum of Art. After that, she’ll reconnect with the cousins and head to the starting line. “I expect it to be a very emotional 5K! I am so, so fortunate. Of course you never expect this or can be fully prepared – especially with three young children. But when I experience all the love and support around me, there is very little that makes me feel my situation is dire. On the contrary my future looks quite bright.” Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure information/registration is available at Race.KomenPhiladelphia.org or 215238-8900.

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By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Mother’s Day Dining May 12, 2013 • Avalon Restaurant, 312 South High Street in West Chester, PA, offers Chef John Brandt-Lee’s three-course brunch menu starting at $33 per person, with Complimentary Blood Mary Bar – BYO vodka. Kids under ten $15. Outside dining available, weather permitting. For reservations or info, call 610436-4100 or visit www.avalonrestaurant.net. • Bar Ferdinand, 1030 North 2nd Street in Philadelphia, offers Chef David Ansill’s four-course Dia de la Madre Brunch, a cost of $30 per person (plus tax and gratuity), ser ved from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. A la carte dinner menu from 5 - 10 p.m. For reservations or info, call 215-923-1313 or visit www.barferdinand.com. • Bisou, 4161 Main Street in Manayunk, offers Chef Clark Gilbert’s Mother’s Day brunch at 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., serving French bistro fare plus brunch specials and “bottomless” Bloody Mary, mimosa, Bellini specials. Outside dining available, weather permitting. For reservations or info, call 215487-1230 or visit www.bisouonmain.com. • Bistro St. Tropez, 2400 Market Street, 4th Floor, Marketplace Design Center in Philadelphia, offers Chef Patrice Rames’ three-course Mother’s Day Brunch, 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., at a cost of $35 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Family friendly, with children’s portions available for most popular brunch items. For reservations or info, call 215-569-9269 or online visit www.bistrosttropez.com. • Cafette BYOB, 8136 Ardleigh Street in Chestnut Hill, PA, offers a three-course Prix Fixe Dinner Menu, at a cost of $35 per person (plus tax and gratuity), from 5 - 9 p.m. Kids 12 and under choose from the Children’s Menu. A la carte brunch menu offered from 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. For reservations or info, call 215-242-4220 or visit www.cafette.com. • Cantina Feliz, 424 South Bethlehem Pike in Fort Washington, PA, offers Chef Tim Spinner’s a la carte Mexican Brunch. For reservations or info, call 215-646-1320 or visit www.cantinafeliz.com. • Del Frisco’s, 1426-28 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, offers Mother’s Day brunch plus receive a $25 dining card to use towards your next meal. For reservations or info, call today by visiting http://delfriscos.com/reservations/. • Fire & Ice Restaurant, 312 Market Street in Philadelphia, offers Chef Chris Nguyen’s buffet-style brunch for $27 per person, plus tax & gratuity. In addition, multi-talented Barbara Walker will perform live from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Chef Chris also offers a pre-fixe four-course dinner menu for $30 per person, plus tax & gratuity. For reservations or info, call 267-273-1003 or visit www.fireandicephilly.com. • Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, 555 East Lancaster Avenue in Radnor, PA, offers a three-course Mother’s Day Brunch for $36.95 per guest, 11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Each mom receives a $25 dining card valid for a future visit. Threecourse brunch menu for children under 12 for $17.95. For reservations or info, call 610-688-9463 or visit www.flemingssteakhouse.com/locations/pa/radnor. • Gypsy Saloon, 128 Ford Street in West Conshohocken, PA, offers all an inclusive three-course Brunch Menu. Brunch includes unlimited Bloody Marys or Mimosas, a choice of brunch entrée, and assorted desserts, from 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. For reservations or info, call 610-828-8494 or online visit www.gypsysaloon.com. • Isabella, 382 East Elm Street in Conshohocken, PA, offers Mother’s Day brunch buffet from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., at a cost

of $30 per person and $10 for children 10 years and under (plus tax and gratuity). For reservations or info, call 484532-7470 or visit wwwbarisabella.com. • Kaya’s, 5 Brookline Boulevard in Havertown, PA, offers Mother’s Day Dining hours from 5 to 8:30 p.m. For reservations or info, call 610-446-2780 or onine visit www.kayas cuisine.com • La Calaca Feliz, 2321 Fairmount Avenue in Philadelphia, offers Chef Tim Spinner’s a la carte Mexican Brunch, outside dining available. For reservations or info call, 215-7879930 or visit www.lacalacafeliz.com. • Le Viet, 1019 South 11th Street in Philadelphia, offers sophisticated atmosphere combined with the romantically soulful interpretations of Vietnamese classic dishes. Toast mom with a complimentary glass of wine or champagne for all the mothers who dine in the restaurant on Mother’s Day. For reservations or info, call 215-463-1570 or visit www.levietrestaurant.com. • Paramour, 139 East Lancaster Avenue in Wayne, PA, added special additions to their Dinner and Dessert menus all weekend. On Sunday, Mother’s Day, Paramour will offer Brunch with a take-home treat. For reservations or info, call 610977-0600 or visit www.paramourwayne.com. • Pepperoncini, 184 Bridge Street in Phoenixville, PA, offers chef/owners Paul DiBona and Tommy DeFruscio’s Italian brunch, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., and dinner 3 - 8 p.m. Moms receive a complimentary Mimosa. For reservations or info, call 484924-8429 or visit www.pepperoncinirestaurant.com/sotto. • Pepperoncini Restaurant and Bar, 72 Poplar Street in Conshohocken, PA, offers chef/owners Paul DiBona and Tommy DeFruscio’s Italian brunch, 11a.m. - 2 p.m., and dinner 3 - 8 p.m. Moms receive a complimentary Mimosa. For reservations or info, call 610-941-7783 or visit www.pepperoncinirestaurant.com/site/. • Prime Rib, 1701 Locust Street in Philadelphia, will open at 2 p.m. to serve their regular menu with regular prices. For reservations or info, call 215-772-1701 or online visit www.theprimerib.com. • R2L, Two Liberty Place, 50 South 16th Street, 37th Floor in Philadelphia, offers three-course Mother’s Day Brunch from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., for $65per person; $25 for children 10 & under. Mother’s Day three-course Dinner from 4 - 10 p.m., for $75 per person; $25 for children 12 and under. For reservations or info, call 215-564-5337 or visit www.r2lrestaurant.com. • Southern Cross Kitchen, 8 East First Street in Conshohocken, PA, offers all an inclusive three-course a la carte brunch menu, 10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. At dinner, enjoy the Three Times The Charm Menu, three courses for $30 (plus tax and gratuity), from 4 - 9 p.m. For reservations or info, call 484344-5668 or visit www.southerncrosskitchen.com. • Tavern 17, 220 South 17th Street in Philadelphia, offers Mother’s Day Brunch, $40 per person and $15 per child (210 years old), 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. For reservations or info, call 215-790-1799 or visit www.tavern17restaurant.com. • Trax Restaurant & Café, 27 West Butler Pike in Ambler, PA, with outside dining, offers a three-course Mother’s Day Sunday Supper for $45 in honor of mothers and wives, from 3 to 7 p.m. BYOB. For reservations or info, call 215-591-9777 or visit www.traxcafe.com. E-mail releases two-weeks in advance of publication date to jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format above.

Overbrook School for the Blind’s “Appalachian Springs” Concert he theme of this year’s May concert at Overbrook School for the Blind (OSB) will be “Appalachian Springs,” a spring celebration of the American pioneers of the 19th century. The concert will be held on Thursday, May 16 at 7 p.m. in the OSB auditorium at 6333 Malvern Avenue in Philadelphia. The concert is free and open to the public. The Overbrook School for the Blind Concert Choir will perform several well-known pieces of folk music such as Simple Gifts, He’s Gone Away, Let the River Run by Carly Simon, and the spiritual Soon I Will Be Done. Each song will be introduced by a student who will recite a piece of American poetry or read an introduction that presents each piece of music in an historical context. The Bell Choir will ring out a Bell Fanfare, by David B. Brown, Red, White and Blue, Grand Canyons (from South-

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Doug Munro and La Pompe Attack will play for Tri-State Jazz Society on Sunday, May 19 from 2 to 5 p.m. This concert will be at Haddonfield United Methodist Church, 29 Warwick Road, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Two-time Grammy-nominated guitar virtuoso Doug Munro will lead a Django Reinhardt-influenced Gyspy jazz quartet in their interpretations of popular melodies as well as classic Django compositions. Half-price admission is $10, available for first-time attendees and members; general admission is $20. High school and college students with IDs and children accompanied by a paying adult are free. Pay at the door; there are no advance sales or reservations. The church is about 15 minutes from central Philadelphia via the Ben Franklin Bridge. There’s free parking. For information call 856-720-0232 or visit: www.tristatejazz.org.

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Jazz Bridge in Media Presents Singer Pearl Williams ppearing at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County, 145 West Rose Tree Road in Media, on Wednesday, May 15, is singer Pearl Williams. Tickets are $10, $5 for students, and are available only at the door. Show time is 7:30 p.m. Information: 215-517-8337. Pearl Williams embodies, embraces and perpetuates the legacy of legendary Philadelphia jazz singers. Gaining early experience singing in her high school choir, she quickly graduated to jazz by way of a jazz group formed by a neighbor and friend whose name happened to be McCoy Tyner. Her association with that future star helped shape her style, which she describes as “warm and sensually sophisticated, with an instinctive feeling for rhythm and lyrics, and deep emotional characteristics.” While she certainly has her influences, what comes out is singular and, quite simply, inimitable. Despite having no formal training, Pearl Williams three decades-plus career has taken her all over the globe, performing with certifiable, international jazz legends such as Houston Person, Count Basie, Barry Harris, Bobby Durham, Al Grey, Shirley Scott, Trudy Pitts, Milt Buckner, Cat Anderson, “Philly” Joe Jones, RichSinger Pearl Williams will perform at the Unitarian ard “Groove” Holmes and literally hundreds of others. Artists like Pearl Williams, a living legend, are just not made any long- Universalist Church of Delaware County, 145 West Rose Tree Road in Media, on Wednesday, May 15. er, and her every appearance is a unique and very special event. Jazz Bridge is a Philadelphia-based non-profit organization dedicated to assisting area jazz and blues musicians in need. Their “Jazz Bridge in Media” program is one in a series at this venue, and four other area locales. For details, visit JazzBridge.org/Upcoming-Events.

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Lyre Ensemble to Present Benefit Concert and Afternoon Tea he Southeastern Pennsylvania Lyre Ensemble will present a special concert on Sunday, May 19, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Lyre Association of North America (LANA). Attendees will enjoy a lyre concert from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., followed by an afternoon tea with pops music from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Held in Rose Hall at Camphill Village in Road in Kimber ton, the program will include Telemann’s Viola Concerto, arranged for viola and lyre orchestra, music for oboe and lyres, and other arrangements and original music. The second part of the event will include an afternoon tea, during which the audience will be entertained by music for lyre and other instruments. At intermission, crafts will be for sale in the lobby. Suggested donation: Lyre Concert; $10, Afternoon Tea with music; $20, or both for $25. The concert and afternoon tea benefits The Christian Community in the Philadelphia The Southeastern Pennsylvania Lyre Ensemble will present a region, which is part of an interspecial concert and tea on Sunday, May 19, to celebrate the 30th national movement for the anniversary of the Lyre Association of North America (LANA). renewal of religion, founded in 1922 in Switzerland with the help of Austrian philosopher and spiritual thinker Rudolf Steiner. Tickets are available at the door. In 2013, the Lyre Association of North America is celebrating 30 years of actively promoting the lyre on this continent. Initiated by a small group of lyre players in the northeast, the Lyre Association has expanded in multiple ways, offering publications, annual conferences, instrument rentals, and sheet music. See www.lyreamerica.net for information. To honor the past accomplishments and to spark interest in the future of lyre playing, LANA is sponsoring a number of special activities, from the east to west coasts. Throughout the calendar year, various regions will be holding concerts, in some cases joining with other instrumentalists, singers, and poets to showcase the lyre. Kimberton’s May 19 concert is one in this series. Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is located at 1601 Pughtown Rd. in Kimberton, PA. For info, contact Margo Ketchum at 610-608-9281 or Margo.ketchum@gmail.com.

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Friends’ Central Alumnus Benj Pasek ’03 Receives 3 Tony Award Nominations!

Ardmore native Benj Pasek (shown), a 2003 graduate of Friends’ Central School, and his writing partner Justin Paul, have been nominated for three Tony Awards: Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, and Best Original Score. he month of April ended with a bang for Ardmore native Benj Pasek, a 2003 graduate of Friends’ Central School, and his writing partner Justin Paul. On Tuesday, April 30, the duo was nominated for not one but three Tony Awards: Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, and Best Original Score, for their work on A Christmas Story, The Musical, a musical adaptation of the 1983 motion picture. In an interview with Broadway.com, Pasek describes his reaction to the nominations saying, “Ever since college, we would watch the nominations livestream on the Internet or wake up early and watch NY1, just because we couldn't wait to find out who was going to be nominated. The fact that there

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was this possibility that we could be among them, even today, was shocking. The fact that it actually happened? I can barely breathe.” Pasek and Paul, called “The Heirs of Rodgers and Hammerstein” by Vanity Fair, are both graduates of The University of Michigan. An award-winning musical theatre composing team, Pasek and Paul were recipients of the 2011 ASCAP Foundation Richard Rodgers New Horizons Award. After being approached by the show’s producers and submitting their songs in an audition-type format, they were chosen to be the composer-lyricist team behind A Christmas Story, The Musical, which opened on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on November 19. The reviews were outstanding! Hollywood Reporter says the show “features a peppy, period-flavored score by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. With their catchy lyrics and robust melodies, the songs strengthen the characters and situations, dropped in at just the right time to enhance and propel the story. Following their off-Broadway bow this summer with Dogfight, this marks a promising Broadway debut for the gifted young composing team.” Former Head of the Arts Department and Pasek’s former Music teacher, Jim Davis, reflects on Pasek’s time at FCS as a student saying, “We always knew Benj was determined to succeed in this area, in the musical-theatre world. He was composing songs in music class that already had his individual voice. He owned them.” Terry Guerin, Theatre Director and Drama teacher at Friends’ Central, describes Benj as “wonderful to teach. He was open to new experiences and embraced every opportunity given. He is a compassionate, generous, thoughtful theatre artist. This is so exciting and not a surprise! It is such fun to follow his blossoming career in professional theatre.” Although moving up in the theatre world, Pasek has never forgotten that his passion for theatre began at Friends’ Central School so many years ago! Pasek is returning to Friends’ Central for his 10-year Reunion, and he will speak to current Upper School students about his profession at Career Day, May 10.

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Curtain Open: Theater Camps are Back at Neumann s the curtain rises on summer for the Delaware Valley, camps of all shapes and sizes gear up. At Neumann University, Center Stage Productions (CSP) is no different in its preparations for another great season of theater camp. CSP theater camp offers three different programs: Workshop I for kindergarten through grade 3; Workshop II for grades 4 and 5; and Workshop III for grades 6 through 9. Workshops begin June 24. In the final weeks, campers experience performing first hand with each workshop producing its own individual show. Through this experience, they not only learn confidence in public speaking and teamwork but also make lasting friendships with campers as they continue year after year. “I am proud to give students the experience I had, giving youngsters the opportunity to live and feel the stage experience in which they can believe in their dreams and see their imaginations come to life in a live performance,” said Becky Mehl, a former instructor for Workshop III. “I am proud every year to see my students blossom on the stage and find that performance bug.” In 2012, Mehl was excited to find out three former campers she had taught received nominations for Cappie Awards, the local theater awards for public Center Stage Productions presents the Summer Theatre high school. Workshop Program 2013 at Neumann University. Center Stage Productions is prepared for another year of fun, friends and exciting performances. For information, call 610-558-5626. For registration forms, email Nicholas DiMarino at dimarinn@neumann.edu.

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7th Annual Exhibition, May 11 - June 29, 2013 ne of the most sought-after national juried exhibition of Plein Air paintings will be on display at the Wayne Art Center from May 11 June 29, 2013. The Wayne Art Center’s Seventh Annual Plein Air Festival will begin with a private Artist Welcome Dinner at the farm of Barbara Berry in Kimberton. Artists arrive with their blank canvases which will be stamped that late afternoon to ensure that all work is completely executed during the festival. Then they will be ready to begin the challenge of executing a brand new body of work in just 4 1/2 days. On Monday, May 6 these 30 distinguished artists from around the country arrive in Wayne, Pennsylvania for a 5-day landscape painting competition. Several related events are scheduled The Wayne Art Center Plein Air Festival is an exciting opportunity to bring valued talent to our community. Over half of the artists come from other regions stretching up and down the East Coast and Midwest. This year with the growing awareness of the Wayne Plein Air Festival, there has been an increase in the number of First place 2012 art by Tracey Frugoli. applicants and the festival is attracting artists from as far away as California. Out of town artists will be housed by committee members and other gracious families in the community for the duration of the festival. Participating artists have been chosen by this year’s juror, Jim Wodark. He is an award winning plein air artist who was born and raised in Colorado. Jim is a member of the Oil Painters of America, a “Signature Member” of the Laguna Plein Air Painters and an “Artist of the California Art Club.” Festival artists are directed to paint within 15 miles of Wayne during the first three days of the competition. A combination of pastoral scenes from nearby rural areas and parks as well as quaint scenes from historic Main Line neighborhoods will make for a pleasing variety of works that reflect the character of our area. On Thursday, May 9, the painters venture into Philadelphia to capture notable downtown scenes in Center City. On Friday, May 10, downtown Wayne becomes the central spot for artists to paint on the final day of the festival. Artists can be seen capturing everyday life on the main thoroughfare and along the train tracks from early morning until 1 p.m. In years past, participating artists have produced over 275 pieces of fresh work. The exhibit commences with a Gala Opening and Artists’ Reception on Friday, May 10 in the Davenport Gallery and surrounding outer galleries from 6 until 10 p.m. Doors open precisely at 6 p.m. for those with early patron view tickets and 7 p.m. for regular admission tickets. The event offers a chance to meet the artists in a festive and elegant setting with open bar and heavy hors d’oeuvres by Jeffrey Miller Catering and ice sculpture luge by Rob Capone. Also featured is live jazz by vocalist extraordinaire, Phyllis Chapell and her band, Siora. Little Black Dress Wines will be offered for the wine lovers. Guests will have first crack at fresh paintings for sale. Juror, Jim Wodark will announce awards and present $6,000 in prize money. Jim Wodark will conduct a free painting demonstration on Saturday, May 11 at 1 p.m. at the Wayne Art Center. He will also be teaching a 3-day workshop in Plein Air painting Monday through Wednesday, May 13 - May 15. Registration for the workshop can be made at www.wayneart.org or by calling 610-688-3553. The 7th Annual Wayne Art Center Plein Air Festival will remain on display and open to the public from May 11 until June 29, 2013. Regular gallery hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Plein Air Festival is an important fundraising event for the Wayne Art Center. Proceeds help support educational and outreach programs that allow the art center to serve all members of the community. For more information about events surrounding the festival contact the Wayne Art Center at 610-688-3553 or go to www.wayneart.org or www.waynepleinair.org.

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“Trail Trot” – Second Annual 5K Race to Turning Points for Children Kids at Heart Gala be Held at Cynwyd Heritage Trail May 11 he Friends of the Cynwyd Heritage Trail (FOCHT) along with the Bryn Mawr Running Company of Bryn Mawr, PA are organizing the second annual 5K Run on Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 9 a.m., on the Cynwyd Heritage Trail. This recreation event will be held rain or shine. Participants should check in starting at 8 a.m. at the Barmouth Trailhead at the East end of Levering Mill Road (near the cross street of Belmont Avenue) in Bala Cynwyd, PA. The race is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Water will be available on the course, and all race participants will receive a t-shirt and a post-run snack. The Friends of the Cynwyd Heritage Trail will also be providing refreshments. Awards will be given according to six different age groups, including 18 and under, and for the first male and female finishers. The race registration fee is $25 online or by mail by May 10 and $30 on the day of the event. Space is limited to 150 registrants. The walk registration fee is also $25 per family (5-person maximum) and $3 for each additional child and $10 per individual. Limited parking is available at the Barmouth and Bala Cynwyd Playground Trailheads and the Cynwyd SEPTA Station. Register with credit card or Paypal online at www.cynwydtrail.org under “Online Registration,” on www.brynmawrrunningco.com (click on “Events” and search by date) or mail payment with the form to: P.O. Box 695, Bala Cynwyd, PA. 19004. Make check payable to “Friends of the Cynwyd Heritage Trail.” According to Selene George, Board President of the Friends of the Cynwyd Heritage Trail, “The Friends are looking forward to teaming with Bryn Mawr Running Company to raise money for Cynwyd Heritage Trail improvements. This is the first joint venture with the local business.” To get involved or for information, contact 5k@cynwydtrail.org.

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“Christians for Israel” Program astors Steve and Liz DeFrain will explain why “Christians United for Israel” are true friends of the restored Jewish state, at Temple Sholom in Broomall, Thursday evening, May 16, at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. The DeFrains, who have been married for 35 years, have served at Morning Star Fellowship northwest of Philadelphia for over 30 years. Their church as grown from a handful of people to over 1100 in two services each Sunday. Steve also serves as an Area Presbyter, overseeing more than 30 churches. Long time supporters of Israel, they became the Pennsylvania State Directors of “Christians United for Israel” in 2007, when the organization was formed. The organization’s purpose is “to provide a national association through which every pro-Israel church, parachurch organization, ministry or individual in America can speak and act with one voice in support of Israel in matters related to Biblical issues.” The Thursday program is sponsored by the Hilltoppers, the senior citizen group of Temple Sholom. Refreshments and a social hour will follow the presentation by the DeFrains. A $2 donation to the Hilltoppers from non-members would be appreciated. For information and directions, call Temple Sholom in Broomall at 610-356-5165.

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At the Turning Points for Children Kids at Heart Gala, from left – honoree City District Attorney R. Seth Williams, who was adopted through Turning Points’s legacy organization; Mrs. Gale Shillingford with her daughter,client honoree Candace Shillingford, both of Philadelphia; and Michael C. Vogel, Glenmoore, CEO of Turning Points. Photos/Majestic Images

housands of local children and their families who are struggling against economic and environmental challenges were beneficiaries of the Turning Points for Children Kids at Heart Benefit Gala at the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’ s Landing. This year, Turning Points for Children honored Philadelphia District Attorney, Seth Williams. As an infant Mr.Williams was placed in foster care and adopted through one of Turning Points for Children’s legacy organizations, the Children’s Aid Society of Pennsylvania. With the theme of “It’s a Small World,” the focus was on children everywhere, in particular the Philadelphia city children who benefit from the innovative and successful programs of Turning Points for Children which last year assisted more than 5,700 children and 2,550 families.

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The Women’s Committee of Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter will be hosting “The Queen’s Tea” on Sunday, May Free admission for business men and women to an Executive Networking and Card Exchange at the new 19 at the Merion Tribute House in Lower Merion Township from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. In true English tradition, the Clothier Room, 630 Clothier Road, Wynnewood, PA, on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 4:45 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. tea will be an afternoon complete with food, flowers, and table settings. Tickets are $75 per person; $25 for Courtesy hors d’ouevres by Finley Catering. Free Parking. Your business guests, with business cards are also children under the age of twelve. For information about “The Queen’s Tea,” contact Caitlin Crowe at 610-238admitted free. For information, email adcomtimes@aol.com or call Elena at 484-562-0060. 0360, ext. 6769 or Caitlin.Crowe@lls.org.

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Receive $80K Grant to Fund Study of Ovarian Cancer Detection by its Odorant Signature Using Dogs and E-Sensors The collaborative research will employ canine olfaction and other analytical tools to n a unique, interdisciplinary collaboration, the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s Working Dog Center, Penn Physics Department, Penn Medicine’s detect ovarian cancer’s distinct odorant signature. The initial study will evaluate and comDivision of Gynecologic Oncology, and the Monell Chemical Senses Center have joined pare the ability of canine and other sensors to detect the total odorant signatures that distogether to study ovarian cancer detection by dogs and e-sensors. A grant of $80,000 from tinguish disease from healthy samples. Future studies will determine the most suitable tisKaleidoscope of Hope Ovarian Cancer Foundation has been awarded to fund this collabo- sue substrate for evaluation and will measure odor differences among various tumor rative project, which will investigate using canine olfaction, along with chemical and nan- grades. About Penn Vet’s Working Dog Center otechnology analysis, to detect early stage ovarian cancer. The mission of the Penn Vet Working Dog Center is to bring together programs that Ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women in the U.S. If diagnosed early, ovarian cancer has a five-year survival rate of over 90 percent. However, employ detection dogs to benefit society throughout the U.S. and around the world. The an effective screening strategy does not currently exist for its detection. Because ovarian overarching goal is to collect and analyze genetic, behavioral and physical data, and intecancer symptoms can be easily mistaken for other issues – constipation, weight gain, grate the latest scientific information in order to optimize the success and well-being of bloating, or more frequent urination – more than 60 percent of patients are diagnosed only detection dogs. In order to prepare for future demands for these dogs as well as facilitate after the disease has spread to their lymph nodes or other distant sites in the body, when research, our detection dog breeding/training program will implement, test and dissemitreatment is much less likely to produce a cure compared to when the disease is detected nate the knowledge gained. For information, visit www.pennvetwdc.org. About Monell Chemical Senses Center early. Any advance that can accurately detect ovarian cancer in its early stage can have a The Monell Chemical Senses Center is an independent, nonprofit basic research institute great impact on overall survival. Currently, physicians rely on their senses of sight, sound and touch when making a diag- based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For 45 years, Monell has advanced scientific undernosis for ovarian cancer. Through the research being conducted by Penn and Monell, the standing of the mechanisms and functions of taste and smell to benefit human health and well-being. Using an interdisciplinary approach, scientists collaborate in the programmatsense of smell will now play an integral role in diagnostics. It has been found that volatile organic compounds (VOC) or odorants are altered in the ic areas of sensation and perception; neuroscience and molecular biology; environmental earliest stages of ovarian cancer, even before the cancer can be detected by current meth- and occupational health; nutrition and appetite; health and well-being; development, aging ods. Research has shown that trained detection dogs and electronic devices can detect and regeneration; and chemical ecology and communication. For information about Monell, minute quantities of odorants. Tissue and blood samples from healthy patients and from visit www.monell.org. About Penn Vet ovarian cancer patients will be collected by Penn Medicine’s Division of Gynecologic Penn Vet is one of the world’s premier veterinary schools and is the only school in PennOncology to be shared with the Working Dog Center for training and analysis. “These odorants remain a relatively untapped source for cancer detection information,” sylvania graduating veterinarians. Founded in 1884, the school was built on the concept of said Cynthia Otto, DVM, PhD, Director of the Working Dog Center and Associate Professor Many Species, One MedicineTM. The birthplace of veterinary specialties, the school serves of Critical Care at Penn Vet. “By utilizing the acute sense of smell in detection dogs in con- a distinctly diverse array of animal patients at its two campuses, from companion animals junction with chemical and nanotechnology methods, we hope to develop a new system of to horses to farm animals. In Philadelphia, on Penn’s campus, are the Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital of the screening for ovarian cancer using analysis of odorants to facilitate early detection and University of Pennsylvania (Ryan Hospital) for companion animals; classrooms; research help decrease future cancer deaths.” “Prior to the advent of modern quantitative clinical testing, physicians used olfaction to laboratories; and the School’s administrative offices. The large-animal facility, New Bolton help with disease diagnosis. In this research, we are reaching back to move forward by Center, in Kennett Square, PA, includes the George D. Widener Veterinary Hospital for large using sensitive biological and analytical sensors to detect ovarian cancer’s odorous signa- animals; diagnostic laboratories serving the agriculture industry; and research facilities to ture,” said George Preti, PhD, an analytical chemist at the Monell Center and Adjunct determine new treatment and diagnostic measures for large-animal diseases. 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City Suburban News, Year 28, No. 35, May 8 - May 14, 2013. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line area.

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