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June 19 – June 25, 2013

M. Night Shyamalan at the Kimmel “Jazz at Jacobs” on Make Music Philly Day Center June 28 “Close Encounters with Carrie Rickey” Conversation part of “Close Encounters with Carrie Rickey.” Born in India and raised in the Philadelphia suburb of Penn Valley, Shyamalan has directed nine films that have done nearly $2 billion worldwide. His tenth, “After Earth,” a post-apocalyptic thriller starring Will Smith and his son, Jaden, opened May 31. Next up in 2014 is “Wayward Pines,” a 10-part Fox television series based on Blake Crouch’s bestselling thriller. Shyamalan is an acclaimed director, writer and executive producer. His suspenseful movies, often shot in Philadelphia, wrestle with spiritual and supernatural themes frequently focusing on how people work through tragedy to heal family ruptures. They have earned Shyamalan a reputation as the heir to Alfred Hitchcock. He is an alumnus of Waldron Mercy Academy, Episcopal Academy, and New York University’s The Tisch School. Shyamalan’s “The Sixth Sense” Raised in the Philadelphia suburb of Penn Valley, M. Night was the runaway hit of 1999, Shyamalan will share clips from his movies and take the same year, his adapted questions from the audience and film critic Carrie Rickey screenplay of the E.B. White on June 28, 7 p.m., at the Perelman Theater in The classic, “Stuart Little,” was released. Like his influence Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Steven Spielberg, Shyamalan ickets are now available for an began making films at 10 when his father gave evening with M. Night Shyamalan, him a Bell & Howell Super-8 camera. “Praying with Anger,” his feature debut, the Oscar-nominated director of such award-winning films as was made for $750,000 after his graduation “The Sixth Sense” and “Signs.” from NYU. General admission: $20; student tickets: $10. Shyamalan will share clips from his movies and take questions from the audi- Tickets are available at The Kimmel Center ence and film critic Carrie Rickey on June box office at Broad and Spruce Streets. To 28, 7 p.m., at the Perelman Theater in The buy tickets online: www.kimmelcenter.org/ Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. This events/. To buy tickets by telephone: Call is the third in the series of interviews that is 215-893-1999.

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Free Music All Day Long Planned in Cooperation with Philadelphia Jazz Project – June 21

Suzzette Ortiz, a resident of Pennsauken, NJ, is a gifted pianist, singer, arranger and composer. She will perform a free concert at 3 p.m. at Jacobs Music on June 21.

new program is being launched at Jacobs Music Company created in honor of the city-wide celebration Make Music Philly Day on Friday, June 21. “Jazz at Jacobs,” planned in cooperation with The Philadelphia Jazz Project, is an eight-hour marathon of live, jazz piano music taking place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Al Rinaldi, Chairman and CEO of Jacobs Music Company, headquartered at 1718 Chestnut Street, has always wanted to present “Jazz at Jacobs.” Make Music Philly Day, when there will be free music performances in multiple indoor and outdoor facilities throughout the city provides the ideal opportunity to realize this vision. At Jacobs’ flagship art-deco Chestnut Street building, one of six Jacobs Music locations, “Jazz at Jacobs” performances will take place in the Steinway Recital Hall. There will also be outdoor performances with the “Sidewalk Serenade,” an eclectic mix of musical genres. Homer Jackson, Director of Philadelphia Jazz Project, lined up a diverse spectrum of master jazz pianists of varying styles to perform on a Steinway & Sons Concert Grand piano in the Recital Hall, every hour on the hour beginning at 11 a.m. In addition, Rinaldi, who is also a recording artist, is performing at 5 p.m. with renowned pianist Domenic Cicchetti, who was Liza Minelli’s pianist and arranger for 15

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July 9 at Free Event at the Academy ocal urban agriculture and sustainability advocate Jon McGoran will launch his newest novel at a free event Tuesday, July 9, at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. The event begins at 6:30 p.m., with McGoran reading from his book Drift, followed by a public reception and book signing. Local environmental and sustainability organizations relevant to the issues covered in the book will be on hand. Monarch butterflies figure prominently in the book, and the Academy’s famed live butterfly exhibit will be open. The event is free, but registration is requested. To register, visit http://jonmcgoran-ans.eventbrite.com/. McGoran, of Elkins Park, is the author of the forensic crime thrillers Freezer Burn, Blood Poison and Body Trace, written under the pen name D.H. Dublin. Drift, the first novel under his real name, is a timely literary crime thriller about a Philadelphia narcotics detective on suspension and an organic farmer who together confront a deadly plot involving genetic engineering and the blurring line between food and pharmaceuticals. It is being published by

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Architectural Walking Tours There is no better way to explore Philadelphia and its surrounding areas than on a Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia Architectural Walking Tour! Tours run, rain or shine, Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students with ID, free for children 10 and under accompanied by an adult. Reservations are not required, unless otherwise noted. The 2013 tour season continues through October 27. For information: tours@preservationalliance.com or 215-5461146 x2.

Antique Auto Show In Ocean City, NJ on June 22 over 300 vintage vehicles will be displayed at the Tabernacle Grounds, 6th and Asbury Ave., from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be a Boardwalk Parade after 2 p.m. Call David Blyer, Jr., 609-909-9424 or 609-432-5347.

Tri-State Jazz Society Presents Annual Jam Session Tri-State Jazz Society presents its annual jam session on Sunday, June 23, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Haddonfield United Methodist Church, 29 Warwick Road, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. A core band lead by TriState favorite Bob Rawlins, and featuring traditional jazz professionals Randy Reinhart, Brian Nalepka, and Pat Mercuri,will be on hand to back up jammers who want to sit in. Half-price audience admission is $10, available for first-time attendees and members; general audience 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.

Lynda Randle in Concert Lynda Randle in Concert: The winner of Gospel Music’s Album of the Year, will perform June 23, at 7 p.m. at the Ocean City Tabernacle, 550 Wesley Ave., Ocean City, NJ. Free Admission. Call 609-399-1915 or visit www.OCTabernacle.org.

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FREE SUMMER JAZZ SERIES AT H AW T H O R N E P A R K Jazz Bridge is partnering with the Friends of Hawthorne Park to present “Jazz at Hawthorne Park,” a free summer concert series at 12th and Catharine Streets in Philadelphia on the third Thursday of every month this summer. Bring a chair and prepare to groove with the Mike Boone/ John Swana Project on June 20, the Renaissance Quartet with Tyrone Brown on July 18, Webb T’s Fleet on August 15, and the Venissa Santi’s Quartet on September 19. These performers are the crème de la crème of the Philly jazz scene, so spend a glorious early evening concert in one of the finest parks the city has to offer. All of the concerts start at 7 p.m. For info: 215517-8337 visit www.Jazzbridge.org/events/sponsored-partnerships. Shown is Venissa Santi. zons on June 25 at 10:30 a.m., and your questions can be answered! The seminar, led by experienced technology consultant Joe Fischer, will address the pros of using these devices and common concerns with technology, and will conclude with an interactive Q&A session. Attendees are invited to stay afterwards at Noon and partake of a scrumptious Chicken Waldorf Salad for only $2. Sign-up by June 21 by stopping by 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor, or calling 610-664-2366.

Senior Trip to Meadowbrook Mansion New Horizons is taking a trip to the historic and beautiful Meadowbrook Mansion and Gardens on Friday, June 28. Adults 55 and over are invited to join the Center on this delightful tour of a scenic gem in our area. Wander around the famous mansion, and then take a tour in the lovely gardens. Or, if you prefer, find a comfortable bench to sit on and enjoy the sights and smells of the beautiful landscape. The trip is $17 for Members, and $22 for Non-Members. Lunch is on your own. Spaces are limited, so call 610-664-2366 or stop by Borough Hall, on 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor, to reserve your spot by June 21.

Are you embarrassed to ask your Free Concert grandchildren about the latest techThe United Methodist Church of nology? Do you feel overwhelmed Bala Cynwyd will present “Springby all the devices? Bring your iPad/ ing Up Praise,” featuring Ms. Tablet or Smartphone to New HoriLynne Spotts, Soprano and concert

a.m., 40th Street and Asbury Ave. The Garden Civic Assn. has parade at 10 a.m. with registration 9 a.m. forming at the Longport Bridge Parking Lot. Both events are free. For information, call 609-525-9300 or access www.ocnj.us. Info is also available from the Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1-800-BEACH-NJ or online visit www.oceancityvacation.com.

CHF First Friday: “Sensing Change” Exhibit Opening On Friday, July 5, from 5 to 8 p.m., the Chemical Heritage Foundation (315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA) will host the opening celebration of its newest exhibit, “Sensing Change,” which features visual artists who investigate and depict environmental change using a variety of tools and methods. The event is free and open to the public; no registration required. Call 215-925-2222 or visit www.chemheritage.org/events for info.

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MUSE Gallery, 52 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 invites the community to “Color Chords,” a soloist on Sunday, June 30 at 10 solo show featuring the work of a.m. Lunch on the church lawn. their member Diane Lachman from For info call 610-664-3062 or email July 5 - 28, 2013. The public is invited to attend First Friday on umcbala@aol.com. July 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. There will also be an Artist’s Reception on Free Neighborhood Sunday, July 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. Concert at Penn’s Gallery hours are Wednesday through Landing with Sunday 12 to 5 p.m., and by apFireworks pointment. Call 215-627-5310 or visit Tuesday, July 2 at 8 p.m. The www.musegalleryphiladelphia.com. Philadelphia Orchestra returns for its sixth summer to the RiverStage Tri-State Jazz Society at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Land- The New Black Eagles Jazz Band ing. This free Neighborhood Con - will play for Tri-State Jazz Society cert, presented by Wells Fargo, on Sunday, July 7, 2013, from 3:30 brings the world-renowned Orches- to 6:00 p.m. (later than the usual tra to a new audience, celebrating time). This concert will be at Hadthe organization’s commitment to donfield United Methodist Church, enhancing the vitality of neighbor- 29 Warwick Road, Haddonfield, NJ hoods throughout the Philadelphia 08033. Half-price admission is region. Be sure to get there early $10, available for first-time attenfor the best view of the Orchestra dees and members; general admisand the fireworks. sion is $20. High school and college students with IDs and children Ocean City, NJ July 4th accompanied by a paying adult are Fourth of July programs include a free. Pay at the door; there are no musical Fireworks Display fired from advance sales or reservations. The a barge at sea off the Music Pier, church is about 15 minutes from Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace at central Philadelphia via the Ben 9:30 p.m. This will be preceded by Franklin Bridge. There’s free parka Kite Flying Contest, 7 p.m. at the ing. For info call 856-720-0232 or Moorlyn Terrace Beach sponsored visit: www.tristatejazz.org. by Air Circus. Entry is free. There Say You Saw It in will be two Fourth of July DecoraCITY SUBURBAN NEWS! ted Bike Parades: The South Ocean City Improvement Assn. has one set For added impact for 10 a.m. with registration at 9 advertise your upcoming event in CITY SUBURBAN Find Great Information NEWS! Call 610-667-6623 Every Week in City Suburban News! for Great Rates!

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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS Dave Orban and the Mojo Gypsies to Perform at The Twisted Tail Join Dave Orban and his Mojo Gypsies on Friday, June 21, 2013, for an evening of rocking’ rhythm & blues at the Twisted Tail, in Philadelphia, PA! The Mojo Gypsies feature the inimitable Flourtown Fats on the upright bass, Mark Shewchuk on drums, “Professor” Dave Orban, manhandling the guitar and vocals, and Russ Lambert, on harmonica and vocals. They’ll be joined this evening by special guest (and former Gypsy) Keith Csolak on drums. They will be playing a selection of classic, uptempo blues and old school R&B, featuring tunes from Ray Charles and Louis Jordan to Marvin Gaye, and much more! The Twisted Tail is located at 509 South 2nd Street, Philadelphia PA 19147. Their number is 215558-2471. The band will play from 9 p.m. - 1 a.m., so, come on out and grab a bite, and give a listen to their special blend of Chicago-style and West Coast blues and old school R&B! For info, contact Dave Orban via email at dave@mojogypsies.com or by phone at 609-203-4211.

Free Performance Opportunity for Adult Musicians at Settlement Music School Settlement Music School has chosen to present “Chamber Music Conversations” at its Mary Louise Curtis Branch, 416 Queen Street in Queen Village, and 5 blocks south of South Street. This event, on June 21, is free and open to amateur adult musicians of all levels. Settlement will welcome classical, folk, jazz and rock musicians and ensembles who would like to participate. Those interested in participating should RSVP to Joe Nebistinsky 215-320-2683 or email nebistinskyj@smsmusic.org, and bring an instrument and music if you have some – Settlement will also provide some sheet music. Settlement will organize a chamber ensemble for musicians to play in from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. or 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Participants can also come without an instrument, learn about Settlement’s programs for adults, and simply socialize during a wine and cheese reception at 5:30 p.m. Tours of the branch and information about the School’s adult offerings such as its growing Adult Chamber Players Program, Adult Rock Band, World Rhythms Workshop, and individual instruction and group classes such as Adult Piano and Adult Guitar will be available throughout the afternoon and evening. Make Music Philly is a day of free music taking place all over the city of Philadelphia on the first day of summer, the longest day of the year. Its purpose is to engage citizens in highlighting and celebrating the role of music in our lives and our city.

Plays & Players Fundraiser Join Plays & Players on Saturday, June 22 at 7 p.m. as it celebrates the end of the season with a fundraiser for the Next 100 Years, co-presented by the Melissa Lynch Foundation, including music, dance, puppetry and more from Philadelphia’s top performers and local celebrities! Tickets are $25. To purchase tickets, visit www.playsandplayers.org or call the Box Office at 1-800-595-4849.

Eastern State Penitentiary Hosts “Family Weekend: Pets in Prison” Eastern State Penitentiary will host “Family Weekend: Pets in Prison” on Saturday and Sunday, June 22 and 23 and again on August 17 and 18. The event, designed for kids and adults of all ages, will feature interactive and educational activities all weekend long. Visitors can learn about the role of animals throughout Eastern State’s 142-year history, meet (and adopt) shelter dogs from a local prison training program, and participate in animal-themed activities. From 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. (last entry 4 p.m.), families can participate in animal-themed activities; learn more about Eastern State Penitentiary’s most famous four-legged resident, Pep the Dog; and learn about other animals throughout the prison’s history. Beginning at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. each day, a representative from New Leash on Life USA, a Pennsylvania prison dog training program, will speak to visitors about his experience training dogs as an inmate at the State Correctional Institution at Graterford (SCIG), and how it ultimately affected his life and career.For information and schedules, call

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Chef Jacquie at Bryn Mawr Farmers Market South Philly born and raised, Chef Jacquie, founder of Philly’s foodie acclaimed Taste 4 Travel, will be at Bryn Mawr Farmers Market Saturday, June 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chef Jacquie will share her secrets for picking the season’s freshest ingredients while browsing the Market and chatting with local vendors. She will then use those Farmers Market finds to show how to create your very own dish! Attendees can sample her cooking! The Bryn Mawr Farmers Market is located in Bryn Mawr Municipal Parking Lot 7 (Lancaster and Morris Avenue). This is a free event.

Member’s Exhibit Opens at Community Arts Center Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road,Wallingford, PA, presents their annual Member’s Exhibit, June 30 through August 2, 2013. The public is invited to the opening reception on Sunday, June 30 from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. with an awards ceremony at 3 p.m. For information, contact Community Arts Center at 610-566-1713 or visit www.communityartscenter.org.

Alliance Francaise Bastille Day The Alliance Francaise de Philadelphie is hosting its annual Bastille Day event on Sunday, July 14, 2013, at the Independence Seaport Museum on Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia, with French food, big band music, a raffle including round-trip tickets to Paris, a silent auction, and NBC10 anchor Tracy Davidson as Mistress of Ceremonies. The Bastille Day event is part of the 110th anniversary celebration of the Alliance Francaise. For information and tickets call 215-735-5283 or online visit www.afphila.com.

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Temple student given scholarship award in honor of GPSEG Founder undreds of golfers took to the links at the RiverCrest Golf Club & Preserve in Phoenixville to raise money for a good cause. Business executives and entrepreneurs teed off Tuesday, June 11, 2013 in the annual Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group (GPSEG) golf outing. The event, which raised $10,000, helps fund an annual scholarship at Temple University honoring Constantine “Chris” Pavlides, the GPSEG founder who died in 2009. Pavlides was an associate professor of entrepreneurship at Temple University’s Fox School of Business. “This is a signature event for GPSEG and a way for our members to give back and raise money for a good cause,” said Doug Hepburn, GPSEG Golf Committee Chair. “We are honored to raise money and to present a scholarship award to a deserving Temple student.” While not a golfer himself, Pavlides was a strong supporter of the annual golf outing because it tied into GPSEG’s core message of “Networking for Life.” In addition to receiving a $1,000 scholarship, this year, for the first time, Candace Kilstein was awarded The Chris Pavlides Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award. Kilstein is a senior entrepreneurship and The Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group (GPSEG) held its annual golf outing Tuesday June 11, 2013 to raise money marketing major at Temple University. “I am so grateful for this scholarship award from GPSEG,” for college scholarships. From left – Candace Kilstein, ScholarKilstein said. “I am honored to receive the scholarship award ship recipient and Spirit award winner who attends the Temple and the spirit award from GPSEG. “Chris Pavlides was all University Fox School of Business, Doug Hepburn, of Phoenix about giving back to the community and his beliefs are show- ville, and GPSEG Golf Outing Chair, Candida Seasock, of Cherry Hill, NJ and Chair of the Pavlides Scholarship Fund, Jaine Lucas, ing through in this event.” Candida Toccia Seasock chairs the Pavlides Temple Executive Director, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute, Scholarship Fund which supports students at Temple’s Fox Temple University – Fox School of Business and Charlotte School of Business. Pavlides founded GPSEG in 2002 as a Pavlides, of West Chester. premier networking and professional development organization. It has grown to nearly 1,500 members in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. After his death, the Pavlides family helped to create the scholarship to help young entrepreneurs pursue their dreams and to become self-sufficient, self-reliant, and make their own path forward. Key sponsors of the event included The Jacobs Law Group PC, Workday, TayganPoint Consulting, InSource and Accellerano. For information, visit www.GPSEG.org.

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“Loners and Rebels” at 4th Annual SoLow Festival The 4th annual SoLow Festival is experimenting with the theme of “Loners and Rebels.” SoLow Festival is an inexpensive artistic event dedicated to presenting new and experimental work in a collective manner. With over twenty performing artists June 20 to 30, SoLow focuses on the artistic creation and growth of solo artists conceiving new work with low or no-cost risk. The productions will be presented at a variety of non-traditional venues throughout Philadelphia. Audiences and artists are invited to experience the original, unique, and experimental of SoLow Festival with affordable Pay What You Can performances. Contact solowfestival@gmail.com for more details. Find Great Information Every Week in City Suburban News!

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Penn Museum’s Summer Wonder Family Series Kicks Off July 3 Family-Friendly Programs Featuring Music, Dance, Storytelling, and More Wednesday Mornings, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., July 3 through August 21

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July 10 – Tom Lee presents Marduk and the Creation Some of the world’s oldest stories – possibly the very first ever to be written down – come from cuneiform tablets that were buried in the deserts of the Middle East for thousands of years. Guests can listen to Tom Lee’s adaptation of the ancient Mesopotamian tale, Marduk and the Creation, as they are transported through immense reaches of time to a world where gods and heroes walk side by side. July 17 – Mock Turtle Marionette Theater with Gamelan Mekar Sari presents Shadow Stories Turn out the lights! And slip down underground into the World of Shadows! Mock Turtle Marionette Theater sets aside its strings and wooden puppets to take the audience on a journey with shadow puppets. The performance features a glowing set of magical stories from places as diverse as China, Africa, Ireland, and Bali, set to live Balinese music performed by Gamelan Mekar Sari. July 24 – Family Stages presents Finding King Tut Guests can journey with Howard Carter to the Valley of the Kings in the year 1922, when Carter discovered the tomb of King Tutankhamen—an effort that was six years in the making. Family Stages’ Finding King Tut combines humor and history to give audiences a deepSee Penn Museum’s Summer Wonder Series on page 10

Stroll for Epilepsy June 22 he Summer Stroll benefiting the Epilepsy Foundation Eastern PA (EFEPA) will be held on Saturday, June 22 on Forbidden Drive – Chestnut Hill. The Stroll is a five-mile, noncompetitive walk for individuals affected by epilepsy/seizure disorder, their family and friends, health care professionals and members of the general public. In addition to raising much needed awareness about the disorder, the Summer Stroll is integral in generating funds for the EFEPA’s free programs and services. Over 900 participants will join together for a wonderful morning in the park. Registration starts at 8am and the walk begins at 9 a.m. Supporters of the EFEPA will walk beside the beautiful Wissahickon creek for 2.5 miles then turn around at Valley Green to head back to the start. After the Stroll, walkers will enjoy a picnic lunch and family entertainment by “Hatman.� The EFEPA serves 109,000 residents of Eastern Pennsylvania who are impacted by epilepsy/seizure disorder, while epilepsy affects over 3 million Americans. Even with a high number diagnosed, many people with epilepsy face barriers due to the lack of awareness about the disorder. The Summer Stroll is a testament to its constituents that they are not alone in their struggles and offers a unique opportunity to individuals and families to forge supportive networks with others living with epilepsy. Proceeds from the Stroll directly support the Foundation’s free educational programs and services for individuals with epilepsy/seizure disorder and their families. Support from the Foundation is provided in the following counties: Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia, Pike, Schuylkill, Susquehanna, Wayne & Wyoming For information or to register for the Stroll, visit www.summerstroll.org. Team Captains, Sponsorship and Volunteer opportunities are available.

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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Dining & Entertainment News By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Perelman Theater, in Philadelphia, presents Spank, The Fifty Shades Parody, June 19 - 22, that brings all the naughty fun of the best-selling book to life. Your inner goddess will be laughing out loud with this clever re-imagining of the characters as they come alive with comedy, musical numbers, sexy and fun performances from the hunky leading man, plus lots of surprises. Get there early for pre-show drinks including a specialty SPANK! cocktail, then, stay after the show for a photo with the seductive star himself, and meet and greet the entire cast. For tickets ($37.50 - $47.50) or info, call 215893-1999 or visit www.kimmelcenter.org. • Act II Playhouse, 56 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA, presents Just Wingin’ It through July 21. With no script, these fearless comedians will take your suggestions and improvise a hilarious show that will be different every night. For tickets ($20 Adults, $17 seniors, $15 subscribers, and $10 students) or info, call 215-654-0200 or visit www.act2.org. • MilkBoy Philly, 1100 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, presents the seven-member indie-folk band/theater troupe PigPen Theatre Co., June 26, Doors: 8 p.m. – Show 9 p.m. The group’s debut album Bremen is out now. The band began creating their unique brand of music, film, and theater as students at Carnegie Mellon University in 2007 and won top honors at the New York International Fringe Festival in 2010 and 2011. See a preview online at http://youtu.be/mV5ZYeAU9I. For tickets (21 and over, $12) visit www.milkboyphilly.com. • Hedgerow Theatre, 64 Rose Valley Road, in Rose Valley, PA (near Media), presents All I Ask of You, a musical revue showcasing love songs from Broadway and film, in six performances from June 21 to 23 and June 28 to 30, with selections from shows and movies such as Carousel, Showboat, Oklahoma, The Music Man, Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, Titanic, South Pacific, Phantom of the Opera, and many others. For tickets ($32, a $3 discount for seniors; tickets for students with valid ID. Children under 18 are $10). For reservations, call 610-565-4211 or visit www.hedgerowtheatre.org. • Keswick Theatre, 291 North Keswick Avenue in Glenside, PA, presents The Zombies (Colin Blunstone & Rod Argent with AL KOOPER and newcomers, Et Tu Brucé), Friday, June 21, 8 p.m., one of the first and most influential bands to hit the U.S. during the British Invasion of the 1960’s, and the forefathers of Psychedelic pop. For tickets ($39.50 & $49.50) or info, call 215-572-7650 or visit www.keswicktheatre.com. Dining Around • Gypsy Saloon, 128 Ford Street, 610-828-8494; Stella Blu, 101 Ford Street, 610-825-7060; and Southern Cross Kitchen, 8 East First Street, 484-344-5668 have new summer menus, specials, and catering options. Find info at www.conshygirls.com. Special Events • Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC), Race

Kimmel Center Perelman Theater presents “Spank, The Fifty Shades Parody,” June 19 - 22. Street Pier: Columbus Boulevard at Race Street in Philadelphia, presents a free, family friendly music event Thursday, June 20, 6 - 9 p.m., featuring Philly’s own Chill Moody, Lush Life, and DJ Benz. For info, call 215-922-2FUN or online visit www.delawareriverwaterfront.com. • Haverford Free Library, 1601 Darby Road in Havertown, PA, presents Author Judy Wicks discussing her book Good Morning, Beautiful Business, Sunday, June 23, at 2 p.m. Judy Wicks, best known for her founding of Philadelphia’s White Dog Café, will discuss her memoir about her evolution of an entrepreneur who would not only change her neighborhood, but would also change her world—helping communities far and wide. Copies of her book are available for purchase at the event. Partnering with HTFL on this event is the Oakmont Farmer’s Market and the Haverford Partnership for Economic Development. Program free and open to the public. Registration not required, but highly recommended. Food at the event provided by a number of the Oakmont Farmer’s Market vendors. For registration or info, call 610-446-3082 or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org. E-mail releases two-weeks in advance of publication date to jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format above.

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Devon Prep Eighth Grade graduates include, back row, from left – John Marquis, Michael Weir, Daniel O’Malley, Riley Monahan, Andrew Knaus, Connor Ryan, Zachary Eidman, Tyler Keough, Brandon Smoot, Christopher McAlee, John Rufo, Samuel McLaughlin, Connor Galarneau; middle row – Matthew Fasullo, Daniel Shannon, Hayden Ludt, Paul Yoo, Sawyer May, Alexander Nawn, Mitchell Young, David Haruch; front row – Arnold Tiglao, Ryan Hallinan, Paul Malikkal, Kevin Holmes, Jack Wagner, Benjamin Lubker. (missing: Joshua Trevethan) wenty-eight Eighth Graders graduated from Devon Prep’s Middle School during an Advancement Ceremony on June 5 in the athletic facility. Parents, grandparents, siblings and friends attended the ceremony which began with a Mass celebrated by Devon Prep Headmaster Rev. James J. Shea, Sch.P. Middle School Director Mr. Barry Brazunus presided over an Awards Ceremony, which followed the Mass. In addition to academic awards, students were recognized for activities they participated in throughout the school year. For information call 610-688-7337 or visit www.devonprep.com.

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Middle School Students Receive Awards at Closing Exercises ive Haverford School eighthgraders received the Middle School’s top awards during closing exercises on June 4 in Centennial Hall. Tommy Toal re ceived the Michael J. Cunningham Award, named in memory of Haver ford School Dean of Faculty, longtime teacher, coach, and former Middle School Head who died eight years ago after a long battle with canWinners of The Haverford School’s top Middle School awards at the cer. The award is June 4 closing exercises are, from left – Haverford School eighthpresented annually graders Will Russell, the William Denning Shaler Dickson Award; to that member of Dean Manko, the Jack Berrettini Award; Tommy Toal, the Michael J. the Middle School Cunningham Award; Drew Weiss, the Thomas Worth Award; and who excels in his Lawrence Hunter, the William Denning Shaler Dickson Award. ability to meet scholastic and athletic challenges and whose bearing combines both self-respect and sensitivity to the feelings and ideas of his fellow students. Will Russell and Lawrence Hunter received the William Denning Shaler Dickson Award, named in memory of Bill Dickson, longtime Middle School math teacher, coach, and Associate Dean of Student Affairs who died seven years ago after a lengthy battle with cancer. This award, which also represents qualities cherished by Dickson, is presented annually to that member of the eighth-grade class who over the course of his Middle School years has demonstrated his commitment to personal growth on the playing field, in the classroom, on stage, and in his interactions with others. The Jack Berrettini Award was given to Dean Manko, presented annually to that member of the eighth-grade class who best exemplifies the characteristics of Jack Berrettini, a former member of the Class of 2009, as voted by the his classmates and teachers. This student demonstrates integrity, kindness, loyalty, and respect for others, building meaningful relationships with both his classmates and teachers. The Thomas Worth Award was given to Drew Weiss, presented annually to that member of the eighth-grade class who recognizes and encourages the best in his fellows, distinguishes himself by the creativity he brings to the Middle School community, and is an eager participant in and enthusiastic supporter of all school efforts and activities.

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Heart-To-Heart Program Offers DUCATION AMP EWS Counseling and Solutions to M E R I O N M E R C Y A C A D E M Y G R A D U AT E S 1 2 8 S E N I O R S Young Jewish Families

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oung Jewish families residing in the metropolitan Philadelphia five-county area who are perplexed and vexed by problems of modern living can now take advantage of counseling, solution strategies and resources offered by the Heart-To-Heart Program at the Klein JCC in Northeast Philadelphia. According to Mallory Hanfling, Program Director of HeartTo-Heart, “The program has been designed to help families who are having difficulty trying to make ends meet, have experienced a hardship or recent life change, have recently lost a job, are struggling to provide enough food and are frustrated by not being able to find solutions to address and cope with their problem or series of problems.” “Our mission is to assist and support vulnerable Jewish families with compassion and respect and assist in making positive changes to enhance their quality of life,” Hanfling explains. “Heart-To-Heart employs a holistic approach evaluating each family’s unique set of circumstances with the intention of helping to improve the underlying causes of their current problems. “We help clients to prioritize their needs and develop specific goals, provide individualized life coaching to support goal attainment, refer clients to appropriate services and resources, offer support groups for current and pertinent issues and facilitate educational workshops,” she comments. “In addition, the program provides food subsidies and increased access to affordable and nutritious food, as well as direct financial assistance. “We often find young families confused and emotionally upset about their individual situation and too overwhelmed to successfully develop a positive strategy to move forward with a goal of landing back on their feet,” Hanfling says. “We’re are the essential catalyst that gets that process moving in the right direction and provide the strategies to accomplish that goal.” Any young Jewish families in the five-county region in need of assistance may contact Mallory Hanfling, Director of Heart-To-Heart at 215-698-7300, ext. 135 or email mhanfling@ kleinjcc.org. Now celebrating its 37th anniversary year, the non-profit Klein JCC provides social, educational and cultural programs, as well as vital social services for people living in Northeast Philadelphia and its surrounding communities. The Klein JCC is located at 10100 Jamison Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19116 and may be reached at 215-698-7300 or visit www.kleinjcc.org.

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ne hundred and twentyeight Merion Mercy Academy seniors graduated Sunday, June 2, 2013 on campus in Merion Station. Members of MMA’s Class of 2013 received 540 letters of acceptance from 141 colleges. They also earned 268 merit scholarships totaling $14,678,468.

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MMA seniors gather after Baccalaureate, from left – Michele Schulmeister of Wynnewood, Christina O’Shea of Media, Meghan Stranick of Havertown, Maggie Stewart of Havertown, and Deanna Javage of Media. MMA senior Kate Riga of Narberth was the keynote speaker at the ceremony.

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er understanding of ancient Egyptian culture and the work of archaeologist Howard Carter. July 31 – Charlotte Blake Alston presents Stories and Songs in the Oral Tradition Whether accompanying her stories with a thumb piano, djembe, or a 21-string kora, Charlotte Blake Alston uses her melodic and mesmerizing voice to breathe life into contemporary and ancient tales alike. All of her programs draw upon the rich source of stories, songs, games, and music that are the hallmarks of the African and African American oral traFOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK! ditions. August 7 – A Day with Ancient Greece presents Heroes and Heroines of the Mythic Age Audiences travel back in time with Penn Museum docent Joe Balmos to a time when ancient Greek gods and goddesses competed with men and women to see who was the cleverest and bravest. Mr. Balmos tells how Heracles, the greatest Greek hero, overcame the fierce Nemean Lion, whose golden fur was tougher than any mortal weapon; and how beautiful Atalanta defeated every man who challenged her, until the goddess Aphrodite sent a man who knew that apples were the only way into her heart. Participants will swing Heracles’s huge olive wood club at the Nemean Lion and search for Atalanta’s golden apples in an interactive presentation filled with surprises and fun. August 14 – Mary Knysh presents A Medieval Feast Mary Knysh invites guests for an exploration of medieval music and instruments and their continuing influence today. A rich collection of chants, ballads, recorder melodies, Y L K WEE RITE troubadour songs, and stories – experienced through Mary’s vivid interpretations – give AV O ’S F LINE MAIN E modern audiences a glimpse into everyday life in the Middle Ages. Presented in associaH & T A I H t to LP ADE PHIL tion with Young Audiences New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania. ss Organis World-Cla Free Concert s rk o rm W August 21 – Linda Humes presents A Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. o s rf e e r P tu a e FREE F J R Festivael d Ar tists OUE n August 28 marks the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” o rs e FIINNDSYID P n ITY First by Renow COMMUNERE! speech. Storyteller Linda Humes celebrates the legacy and times of Dr. Martin Luther King, H S W NE Jr., accompanied by master percussionist, Sanga of the Valley. Filled with stories about Rosa Parks, Marion Anderson singing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, and civil rights songs of the day, Linda pays tribute to this giant in American history and his powerful message of peace and justice for all. Presented in association with Young Audiences New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania. Before or after each Summer Wonder presentation, children and their families are invited to explore the Penn Museum’s three floors of galleries featuring artifacts from Egypt, Asia, the Mediterranean, the Near East, North and Central America, and Africa. Throughout the summer, guests can experience In the Artifact Lab: Conserving Egyptian Mummies, a part exhibition, part working laboratory that brings visitors right into a conservator’s world. Both Museum Shops are participating in the Summer Wonder 2013 program. In addition to the Museum Shop’s regular hours, the Pyramid Shop for children opens on customer demand throughout the summer. The Shop features games, toys, books, crafts, and jewelry geared to young visitors. The Penn Museum is located at 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (on Penn’s campus, across from Franklin Field). Museum hours are Tuesday and Thursday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., with P.M. @ PENN MUSEUM evening programs offered select Wednesdays. Closed Mondays and holidays. Admission P H I L A D E L P H I A & T H E M A I N L I N E ’ S FAV O R I T E W E E K LY donation: $15 for adults; $13 for senior citizens (65 and above); free for U.S. Military (and free for military families over the summer, through participation with the Blue Star proPO Box 17, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 gram); $10 for children and full-time students with ID; free to Members, PennCard holders, 610-667-6623 Fax: 610-667-6624 Email: citysuburbannews@mac.com and children 5 and younger. The Penn Museum can be found at www.penn.museum. For general information call 215-898-4000. For group tour information call 215-746-8183.

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Aston Resident Awarded for 25 Years of Service r. Janet Massey, interim dean of the Division of Business and Information Management and professor of Accounting at Neumann University, received her 25-year service award in May. Before her career in higher education, Dr. Massey was a practicing CPA in the Philadelphia area. Dr. Massey and her husband Joe have resided in Aston, PA, for the past six years. Prior to that the Masseys lived in Springfield, Delaware County for 27 years.

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Dr. Janet Massey (right) pictured with Dr. Rosalie Mirenda, president of Neumann University. In 2005, she and her husband Joe established the Breast Cancer Survivor Scholarship fund at Neumann University. The fund provides scholarships to students whose lives have been affected by breast cancer. As a survivor, Dr. Massey believes breast cancer awareness and empowering breast cancer survivors to reclaim their lives are important weapons in fighting the disease. Dr. Massey attributes her success at Neumann University to providing an atmosphere in which her students can grow and mature “with strong commitment to values of the Franciscan tradition.”

Alzheimer’s Association Invites Supporters to Team Up and Dedicate 16 Hours of Fun Activities on “The Longest Day®” June 21 cross the United States, on the longest day of the year, June 21, teams of friends, coworkers, neighbors and more, will spend 16 hours doing something they love, such as biking, creating works of art, playing volleyball, participating in dance-a-thons, bowling, and other activities to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association’s care, support and research efforts. "Wile enjoying an entire day of activities, they’re also raising Alzheimer's disease awareness,” said Wendy Campbell, President & CEO of the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter. “The Longest Day is an opportunity for people to honor the strength, passion and endurance of people living with Alzheimer’s or a related disorder and their caregivers.” Participants may create their own team or join one. They

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Valley Forge Chorus Hosts New Singer Open House alley Forge Chorus is a pre-eminent Sweet Adelines International chorus with a passion for barbershop a cappella singing and has been going strong for almost 50 years. Women of all ages gather from Philadelphia and the surrounding counties to share their love of musical harmony and this group is fortunate to be the most decorated competing chorus in the Regional 19 four-state area. Having earned numerous regional medals and 2 international gold medals, the chorus was recently voted the “Most Entertaining Chorus” in the 2012 Sweet Adelines International Harmony Classic competition held in Denver, CO. The group belongs to an organization called Sweet Adelines International (SAI), which includes thousands of women’s choruses in all 50 states and over 20 countries. SAI is the largest singing organization for women in the world. We do take excellence very seriously, but SAI also stresses education. Members continue to learn to sing and perform better every week. The Chorus will be directed by Joseph Spiecker who has personally won 12 district and international gold medals and has arranged music for many groups including the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Valley Forge Chorus is hosting a new singer open house on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 starting at 7:15 p.m. Regardless of your singing experience any woman – with or without vocal training – is sure to find a part that fits her vocal range. Location is St. Alban’s Church Hall, 3625 Chapel Rd., Newtown Square, PA. If you’re unable to attend July 9, contact Carol Burghardt, the membership chairperson, regarding attending the next rehearsal. For information, visit www.valleyforgechorus.com or contact the membership chairperson, Carol Burghardt, at membership@valleyforgechorus.com. Additional information on Sweet Adelines International is also available by visitingwww.sweetadelineintl.org.

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years, and Andy Lalasis, a highly respected bass player. Rinaldi’s unique instrument is a newly developed Musitech Midi-Accordion. Rinaldi participated in its final design features and his instrument is the first to be shipped anywhere in the world from the factory in Castelfidardo, Italy. When played, the instrument can produce a rare combination of a countless variety of authentic musical instrumentation, including very traditional accordion reed sounds. “It’s an extraordinary instrument; listeners have commented that it’s like nothing they’ve ever heard before,” Rinaldi shared enthusiastically. “People are so surprised by the music that emerges from it.” According to Jackson, this jazz piano extravaganza at Jacobs is very rare. He said, “Back to back performances by jazz pianists for eight hours is very unusual, but this particular collection of innovative artists will make it something to see. It’s very exciting for the artists and will be for the guests, especially because they will be performing on a concert grand Steinway piano.” The schedule for “Jazz at Jacobs” on June 21: 11 a.m. – Steve Rice is a pianist, composer and accordionist whose jazz compositions and recordings have been heard in many popular films and television shows including The Big Bang Theory, Smash, Revenge, Identity Thief, and Sparkle. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, he’s proud to have received the “Oscar Peterson Award.” New to Philadelphia, he resides in Mt. Airy, but spent 25 years of his career in Seattle, where he toured and recorded with a large eclectic mix of jazz and world music groups including the Harry James Orchestra, the Mazeltones (Klezmer), Gary Gibson (calypso jazz fusion), Jean Jacques Perrey (electronica) and “Walk All Ways” (third stream). Steve’s musical personality starts with Bebop, then veers thoughtfully and widely from that center. Noon – Terry Klinefelter, a resident of Conshohocken, is an accomplished jazz and classical pianist. Her 2013 jazz release, Zingaro, remained on WRTI’s “Hot 11” countdown for two solid months, and reached #30 nationwide for jazz radio airplay. She performs with orchestras (keyboardist with the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra) and in jazz concert settings where she recently had the world premiere of Tarry Not, a solo piece written for her by David Bennett Thomas, and performs with crossover violinist Diane Monroe. Dr. Klinefelter is an assistant professor at West Chester University. 1 p.m. – Raymond A. King, a Philadelphia resident who lives in the Tioga/Nicetown section of the city, is a selftaught jazz pianist. He plays in an avant garde tradition but with a love of swing and bepop. He has been performing and composing for more than 40 years and is an underground legend in Los Angeles and his native Philadelphia. He has worked with saxophonist Sabir Mateen since the 1980’s. King is also a visual artist who visits schools in Philadelphia to teach children about music and art. 2 p.m. – Ted Gerike, known as a Bebop Machine, lives in Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia. A beloved jazz pianist who played for 22 years at the Society Hill Hotel in Old City and plays regularly at Chris’ Jazz Café, can reel off Monk pieces from the best-known to the most obscure. He also has an encyclopedic knowledge of musicians and their stories and is nationally known for his work on the syndicated PBS series “The Furniture Guys.” 3 p.m. – Suzzette Ortiz, a resident of Pennsauken, NJ, is a gifted pianist, singer, arranger and composer. After receiving her Bachelors degree in piano performance from the Music Conservatory of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico, she re ceived a Master of Music Education from Temple University and studied conducting at Juilliard and the University of the Arts. Traveling extensively nationally and internationally as a pianist and a choral conductor, she recorded with Philadelphia’s Orquesta La Paz and their album Déjà vu was nominated for four Latin Grammys. Suzzette’s newly-released Latin jazz album, Renacer, not only portrays Latin jazz but world music, as well. 4 p.m. – Luke Carlos O’Reilly, a native of Colombia, who resides in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia and is one of the most in-demand jazz pianists in the area, is a jazz artist of eclectic styles combining his passion for Latin jazz with soul as well as the spoken word poetry. A Temple Univ. graduate in Piano Performance, he has performed with such jazz greats as Curtis Fuller, Dave Valentin, Red Halloway, Slide Hampton, Nicolas Payton, Bobby Watson, and Billy Paul. His first recording is ‘Living In The Now’ and he is currently working on his next studio album. 5 p.m. – Al Rinaldi, the Chairman and CEO of Jacobs Music Company, is an accomplished musician who plays

Above are renowned pianist Domenic Cicchetti, who was Liza Minelli’s pianist and arranger for 15 years, and Al Rinaldi. Performing with them will be Andy Lalasis, a highly respected bass player. the Midi-Accordion. He is performing on his new, customized Musitech Midi-Accordion, the first of its kind in the world. Rinaldi is a jazz artist who performs frequently and has five CDs including his latest “Ciao Bella,” which is Italian music in a Jazz style recorded with world-class instrumentalists and vocalists. As a businessman, he is a leader in the piano industry, honored to be presented the Steinway & Sons Lifetime Achievement Award, following only two other recipients in the company’s history – Van Cliburn and John Steinway. Rinaldi is thrilled to perform with Dom Cicchetti and Andy Lalasis at “Jazz at Jacobs.” 5 p.m. – Domenic Cicchetti is such an accomplished pianist that he has performed with some of the most famous singers of all time including Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli, Ray Charles, Diana Ross, Charles Aznavour, Marvin Hamlisch, Michael Feinstein, Vic Damone, Sammy Davis Jr., Meatloaf and Blood, Sweat and Tears in venues including Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, the White House and the London Palladium. He has recorded primarily jazz and pop standards and his TV and film projects include music production for NBC Sports, All My Children and the popular Robert DeNiro film “A Bronx Tale.” 5 p.m. – Andy Lalasis is a highly respect bassist who is frequently sought-after on an international basis. He has performed with many major headliners at the Golden Nugget Hotel from Ann Hampton Calloway, Keely Smith, Joanie Sommers to Billy Eckstine, Billy Daniels and a frequent visitor – Francis Albert Sinatra! Andy has been a member of the famed Ed Vezhino & Jim Ward Big Band for 10 years. In 2011 he released his first solo CD of original compositions titled “Fret Not.” Andy’s unique sound on either upright or electric bass makes him the consummate bass player of choice for artists everywhere. 6 p.m. – Farid Barron, a Germantown area resident, is currently the pianist with the Sun Ra Arkestra. He was the house pianist at Ortleibs Jazz Haus early in his career, he has since been a member of the acclaimed Wynton Marsalis Septet and the renowned Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. He has performed at the Grammy Awards and at the White House and is proud to have played with such legends as Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, James Moody, and Mickey Roker among others. On Friday, June 21, the longest day of the year, Philadelphia will be alive with free music—professionals and amateurs in all genres, playing in venues conventional and offbeat, in celebration of National Music Day. This one-day event will connect artists and audiences in spontaneous and unexpected, yet highly authentic, ways. This year marks Philadelphia’s first year of participating in an international event established originally in 1982 with Fetes de la Musique in France. Since then, more than 460 cities in 110 countries have participated worldwide, highlighting the role of music in citizens’ lives both locally and as part of the global human family. More information about Make Music Philly and its local organizers can be found on the website www.make-

Second Annual Beerfest Royale The King of Prussia District, along with Rolling Barrel Events, presents the second annual Beerfest Royale offering unlimited access to over 50+ brewers featuring over 100 different beers. There will be two tents with live music on two stages and an outdoor beer garden will house delicious food (all under $10) from local vendors and a traditional German band. All festival-goers will receive a KOP Beerfest Royale tasting mug for

Andy Lalasis is a highly respect bassist who is frequently sought-after on an international basis. Hear him perform at 5 p.m. on June 21.

On June 21, 4 p.m., see Luke Carlos O’Reilly perform. A native of Colombia, who resides in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia and is one of the most in-demand jazz pianists in the area, he is a jazz artist of eclectic styles combining his passion for Latin jazz with soul as well as the spoken word poetry. musicphilly.org. Jacobs Music Company has six showrooms, including its flagship location at 1718 Chestnut Street in center city Philadelphia. Other regional piano showrooms are located in Willow Grove and Whitehall, PA, Lawrenceville and Cherry Hill, NJ and Wilmington, DE. Information is available at www.Jacobsmusic.com or by calling the Steinway Selection Center at 215-568-7800.

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City Suburban News 6_19_13 issue  

City Suburban News, Year 28, No. 41, June 19 - June 25, 2013. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line area.

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