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F R E E Year 33, No. 43 Celebrating 33 Years of Community News July 11 – July 24, 2018 SPECIAL TWO-WEEK Family Entertainment All Summer 31st Annual Blueberry ISSUE Festival July 21 & 22 at Upper Darby Summer Stage he remaining three children’s shows this summer at Upper Darby Summer Stage offer fun entertainment for the entire family. The shows include “Freckleface

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From left, clockwise – cast members of the sold-out production of Disney’s “The Lion King, Jr.” – Caroline Borio of Plymouth Meeting as Nala, Asha Houston of Plymouth Meeting as Rafiki, Krystyna Barr of Havertown as Zazu, and Bryant Carter of Upper Darby as Simba. Photo/James Mergliano Strawberry the Musical” (July 25-27), “A Year with Frog and Toad” (August 1-3), and Disney’s “Mary Poppins, Jr.” (August 7 -10). In addition, tickets are on sale for the 2018 Mainstage production, “42nd Street,” perfect for the whole family. Performances are at Upper Darby Performing Arts Center, 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA, minutes from the Main Line and Center City. Tickets for the children’s theater shows are $8-$12 and are $14-$17 for “42nd Street.” Tickets may be purchased at www.udpac.org or by calling the box office at 610-622-1189. Theater lovers of all ages will enjoy the Mainstage production “42nd Street,” a family musical featuring a showcase of Broadway-style tap dancing numbers. Evening performances

hen you think of summer in Bethlehem, Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites [HBMS] hopes that you think of the Blueberry Festival. Returning for the 31st year, join Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites on Saturday, July 21 from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 22 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. at the Burnside Plantation for two days packed with sunshine, delicious food, family fun, and – of course – everything blueberry. Looking to showcase your musical talent? There’s the NEW Blueberry Jam Open Mic on Saturday night from 6 - 7 p.m., hosted by Lehigh Valley Underground. Each performer will

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Ardmore Restaurant Week Returns to Downtown Ardmore $15, $25 and $35 Three Course Meals July 16-29, 2018 like slow-roasted beef tajine, rdmore Restaurant seasoned with a Chef’s blend Week, the two-week celeof Moroccan spices, served bration of Ardmore’s exwith vegetables, pita or cousciting and delicious dining cous. Ardmore newcomer, The scene, welcomes diners to exBercy, will serve up their popperience the diverse options ular steak frites, and Sottish available right in the heart of Salmon, served with spiced downtown Ardmore! Join cauliflower and a tahini vinaiparticipating Ardmore establishments Monday, July 16 Hunan, 47 E. Lancaster Ave., through Sunday, July 29, 2018 is a long-running BYOB for $15, $25, or $35 prix fixe offering classic Chinese menus. Dinner participants dishes in a serene setting. will offer a prix fixe menu at three price points, $15, $25 grette. Ripplewood Whiskey or $35 and Delice et Chocolat & Craft will delight diners is offering a $15 lunch menu. with chilled golden beet soup, Diners can expect a wide crispy pork ribs, half roastvariety of cuisines and will ed chicken, and Branzino. have an opportunity to try “Ardmore Restaurant Week specialty menus created by is one of our most popular Ardmore chefs specifically for events,” said Nancy Scarlato, Ardmore Restaurant Week. Executive Director of the ArdHunan, an established favorite more Initiative. “Ardmore is to the Ardmore dining scene has chosen to participate with an outstanding, 4-course, dinner menu featur- one of the fastest growing dining destinations in the area and Ardmore Resing items like spicy Sichuan Mala chicken and Mongolian lamb. Marokko, a taurant Week gives us a chance to celebrate established Ardmore favorites fine-dining Moroccan and Mediterranean BYOB will serve popular menu items See Ardmore Restaurant Week July 16-29, 2018 page 5

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EVEN MORE EVENTS SPACELAB Exhibit & Film Screening The National Liberty Museum presents SPACELAB, a one-of-a-kind showcase of glass art that explores the great unknown – outer space. Attend a special VIP event at the National Liberty Museum, July 12, 2018. $10 per person. 5:30 to 7 p.m. light fare and wine, meet and greet. From 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. view a film screening of “Travis – The True Story of Travis Walton.” From 8:30 to 9:30 there will be Q&A panel with film producers and UFO researcher experts. The National Liberty Museum is located at 321 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19106. Visit http://www.libertymuseum.org/glass-art/glassaccess-exhibits/spacelab-exhibit/.

Foreigner/King Crimson Co-Founder Ian McDonald Debuts New Band in New Hope

Full Circle Support Group for Seniors On Mondays, July 16, 23, 30 at 10:30 a.m., seniors are invited to join Full Circle Support Group, facilitated by Janet Levit, MSW, LCSW. Full Circle is a comfortable and safe place for Seniors to discuss ideas and strategies to develop rewarding, enriching and fulfilling ways to utilize their time and to get support for any pressing issues. Participants share strategies to find meaning and purpose in their later years and ways to enjoy the present while supporting each other in their goals. Stay after to enjoy a catered lunch provided by Betty the Caterer for a suggested donation of only $2. Stop by 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd floor, Narberth to sign up or call 610-664-2366.

Game Day for 55+ On Tuesdays, July 17 and 24 and Wednesdays, July 18 and 25 starting at 1 p.m. New Horizons offers “Game Day” to provide relaxing, congenial game playing for senior adults. The focus is on learning, enjoying games, and meeting new friends. Playing Pinochle, Mah Jongg, Bridge, and Scrabble are fun ways to increase intellectual stimulation and good for brain-building. New Horizons Senior Center is located at 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd floor, Narberth. Note: Call 610-664-2366 in advance to confirm if there are enough players for that day.

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Fresh from a surprise walk-on reunion appearance last weekend with Foreigner on the “Jukebox Heroes” tour at Jones Beach, NY, Foreigner/King Crimson co-founder Ian McDonald will be bringing his NYC guitar rock outfit, Honey West, to the Delaware Valley for its Philadelphia area debut Sunday, July 15 at Havana, 105 S. Main St., in New Hope, PA. in support of its acclaimed debut album, BAD OLD WORLD (Readout Records), Special guest opener is Nytrous. Doors 6 p.m.; Show 8 p.m. Tickets $25. Reserved Tables and Bar Stools. More info at www.havananewhope.com and 215-862-5501. Shown are Ian McDonald (right) and his “odd couple” songwriting partner, Shakespearean thespian Ted Zurkowski.

On Wednesday, July 18 at 6:30 p.m., Morris Arboretum hosts the Commonwealth Classic Theatre as they present “The Complete History of America (abridged).” Just in time for a late celebration of America’s 242nd birthday, three comic masterminds will take guests from the earliest days of discovery straight through today on a lighthearted and satirical romp through 400 plus years of United States’ history. Watch this humorous play unfold as chirping crickets and glittering fireflies sur- Avenue, 2nd floor, Narberth, or call 610-664-2366. Come early, and enjoy round the Arboretum’s outdoor stage. Bring a friend and a picnic din- a catered lunch provided by Betty the Caterer for a suggested donation ner, or purchase supper from the light fare menu at the Compton Café. of only $2. After 4 p.m. admission is “pay what you will.” Rain location is under the Beatlemania Now at Bristol Riverside Theatre café tent. For information, visit www.morrisarboretum.org. Bristol Riverside Theatre recaptures the excitement, the mood and the frantic intensity of the 1960s when Beatlemania Now performs live on55+ Ice Cream Social On Thursday, July 19 at 12:15 - 1 p.m., meet new friends, gather with stage on July 25-29. Against a backdrop of stunning images which old friends, and enjoy a tasty, delicious and nutritious ice cream sundae evoke memories of some of the most turbulent decades of modern times, social hosted by Montco Aging and Adult Services with Teri Wassel, MS, this tribute concert features over thirty songs spanning the Fab Four’s RD. Interested parties can stop by New Horizons Senior Center to a legendary career, from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road with authentic cosmake an appointment, 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd floor, Narberth or call 610- tumes and instruments. Tickets starting at $30 are available by visiting 664-2366. Come early, and enjoy a catered lunch provided by Betty the www.brtstage.org or calling the BRT Box Office at 215-785-0100. Bristol Riverside Theatre is located at 120 Radcliffe Street in Bristol, PA. Caterer for a suggested donation of only $2.

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Yoga in the Cemetery will be held on the first Saturday of every month at 10 a.m., May through September (next ones: August 4 and SeptemState Rep. Pamela A. DeLissio, D-Montgomery/Phila., will hold her 75th ber 1). Please convene at Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance at Town Hall meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 17 in Downs Hall of Jefferson 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free parking is located in – Philadelphia University, 3101 School House Lane, Philadelphia. Penn- the lot across the street from the Gatehouse. The cost is $15 per person. sylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine will be guest speaker, and Advanced registration is suggested, as space is limited. RSVP at www.thethe discussion will focus on the efforts that the commonwealth has laurelhillcemetery.org, walk-ins are also welcome. undertaken to combat the opioid crisis as well as an update on the rollout of medical marijuana. Info can be obtained by calling DeLissio’s office PECO Multicultural Series at 215-482-8726 or by visiting www.pahouse.com/DeLissio. The Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing celebrates diversity in its a summerWorld and National Affairs Discussion Group time afternoon-through-early evening series. Upcoming festival dates include: ACANA African Festival (Aug. 5), Festival of India (Aug. 18), On Tuesday July 24 at 1 p.m. New Horizons’ World and National Affairs Caribbean Festival (Aug. 19), Brazilian Day Philadelphia (Sept. 9) and Discussion Group is a lively discussion of current events led by histori- Mexican Independence Day (Sept. 16). Visit www.delawareriverwaterans Robert and Susan Bond. Participants are invited to bring articles on front.com. current events of interest to discuss and offer your response. All views and political orientations are welcome! Interested parties can stop by Support Your FREE Community Newspaper – New Horizons Senior Center to a make an appointment, 100 Conway Advertise Your Business or Organization Here!

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NEW & NEARLY NEW WOMEN’S CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES 2-steps, this group combines funky New Orleans rhythm and blues and vintage Louisiana rock 'n roll into a spicy gumbo of irresistible dance music. July 18 Conjunto Philadelphia – Conjunto Philadelphia is a musical ensemble based in the Philadelphia area performing the music of Pre-Revolutionary Cuba. The group’s main aspiration is to maintain the authenticity of the music while performing it in a way that pays homage to Cuba’s deep and treasured musical history. July 25 Harrisburg Mandolin Ensemble – This Pennsylvania-based group is inspired by the early 20th-century tradition of the community mandolin concert. The group lays down original tunes and arrangements, as well as selections of jazz, swing, bluegrass, old-time, folk, and world music. The Penn Museum is located at 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. Visit www.penn.museum. For general info call 215-898-4000. For group tour info call 215-746-8183.

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Eastern State Penitentiary Hosts Final Bastille Day Celebration Free Theatrical Performance as Thousands or one final time, Eastern State Penitentiary is teaming up with The Bearded Ladies, an experimental cabaret troupe, to present the entire French Revolution in an hour-long spectacle of song, dance, and raining Tastykakes for the penitentiary’s last Bastille Day festival, to be held Saturday, July 14, 2018. One last time, the Bearded Ladies will perform a drag cabaret reenactment of the storming of the Bastille, and 2,000 butterscotch krimpets will rain down from the penitentiary’s towers as Marie Antoinette delivers her infamous line: “Let them eat Tastykake!” The farewell performance will feature all the classic elements that Philadelphians have come to know and love – The Bearded Ladies, Queen Marie, watermelons, and Tastykakes – as well as a few new surprises. Continuing with the annual theme of oppression and revolution then and now, the Bearded Ladies will connect past and present with a topical commentary on our political climate today. Guests can expect a show that is, as the Beards say, “both intellectual and accessible, entertaining and meaningful, stupid good and just plain stupid.”

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are on July 27 and 28 and August 3 and 4 with a matinee on, August 4. The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center and Upper Darby Summer Stage are jointly sponsored by Upper Darby Township Mayor and Council and the Upper Darby School District Board of School Directors through the Department of Recreation and Leisure Services. Upper Darby Summer Stage celebrates 43 seasons empowering young people and entertaining families. Each season the program presents six dynamic Children’s Theater productions and one professional caliber Mainstage production. Summer Stage offers programs for students beginning at age 10 in the Theater Bugs program and has participants up to age 28 in the Mainstage productions. Programs available include Theater Bugs (10-11 yrs.), Magic Makers (11-12 yrs.), Rising Stars (12-13 yrs.), Children’s Theater (14-17 yrs.), and Mainstage (18-28 yrs.). Summer Stage also offers an outstanding technical theater program for students ages 14 to 18. Upper Darby Summer Stage is not only a great place to see a spectacular show, but also a great place for students to grow as artists and as people! Visit www.udpac.org for more information.

Red Cross Issues Urgent Call for Blood Donors An emergency blood shortage is prompting the American Red Cross to issue an urgent call for eligible donors of all blood types – especially type O – to give now and help save lives. This need is especially critical for type O blood donors. Type O is the most in-demand blood type and often the first be depleted from hospital shelves during a shortage. Type O negative is the universal blood type and what emergency room personnel reach for when there is no time to determine the blood type of patients in the most serious situations. Type O positive is the most common blood type and can be transfused to Rh-positive patients of any blood type. To schedule an appointment to donate, use the free Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit www.RedCrossBlood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-7332767). The Red Cross has added about 6,500 additional appointment slots at donation centers and community blood drives across the country over the next few weeks to accommodate more donors. Donation appointments and completion of a RapidPass online health history questionnaire are encouraged to help reduce the time it takes to donate. Find Great Arts & Cultural News Each Week!

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Don’t Think UFOs are Real? Think Again! 2018 MUFON Symposium in Cherry Hill, NJ July 27 - 29 By Jennifer W. Stein, Founder of Main Line MUFON, the project was buried deep inside $600-billion budgets. The Chairperson for the MUFON Symposium program was headed by Luis Elizondo who last year resigned or the first time ever, the Department of Defense broke from the Department of Defense. In his resignation letter to its silence on the UFO issue and released three videos of DOD Secretary James Mattis, Elizondo cited a lack of support separate incidents in which Navy jets chased UFOs off the within the DOD for the study of UFOs. east and west coasts of the United States. Elizondo has said that while funding for the study ended The chases of the unidentified flying objects are seen from in 2012, he continued to study UFOs while working another inside the cockpits of Navy F/A-18F Super Hornets, cameras job at the DOD up till 2017. He continued the study of UFOs locked on the wingless objects because reports of chases and while pilots discuss what sightings continued to land The 2018 MUFON Symposium kicks off with very special Free on his desk. The only thing they’re seeing with their own Events, open to the public on Friday, July 27. Two famous preeyes. Two of the short videos that apparently changed was senters will offer free lectures with Q&A to follow. Free Friday were recorded in 2004 from the funding for an official proevents begin at 10 a.m. with Dr. Lynne D. Kitei’s lecture “The USS Nimitz jets flying off the gram with a governmental Phoenix Lights.” Travis Walton follows at 1 p.m. with his power name. west coast of the United States, point presentation on his logging crews’ famous 1975 UFO Within days of his resignawhile the third video was reencounter and his five-day abduction. Walk ins welcome, seating tion from the DOD, Elizondo corded in 2015 off the east is first come, first serve or reserve a free seat online. Free coast. joined with other former govevents continue all day Saturday & Sunday, July 28 & 29, 10 “The government’s recent ernment officials to continue a.m. to 7:30 p.m. with free Film Screenings. Saturday screenings disclosure is red-hot, fresh-offstudying UFOs in a private corfeature 4 filmmakers introducing their films and providing Q&A poration called To the Stars the-presses information that following. Free Vender Room and Free Art Exhibits all weekend. Academy of Arts and Science, once and for all verifies what Visit https://www.mufonsymposium.com/free-events. many people have long-susfounded by former rocker Tom pected: UFOs are in our skies!” DeLonge of Blink 182 fame. exclaimed New York UFO exElizondo is clearly at the cenpert Joseph Flammer, an author of books about the uniden- ter of the recent whirlwind of breaking news about the govtified flying object phenomenon and noted field investigator ernment’s disclosure of UFOs. As such, he is to highlight the for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). work of the secretive UFO study he headed officially for five This historic disclosure of F/A-18s pursuing unidentified years, and then for five years afterwards, when he speaks at flying objects – areal phenomena bearing no conventional the upcoming 2018 MUFON Symposium in Cherry Hill, New likenesses to known aircraft and eluding the fighter jets – Jersey, July 27 - 29, 2018. MUFON is the oldest and largest occurred on December 16, 2017. The release of the videos co- UFO investigatory organization of its type in the world. It is incided with the release of a New York Times article announc- a volunteer organization and receives no funding from any ing the U.S. government had quietly studied UFOs for five government. Attendees to the weekend-long event need not years, 2007-2012, at a cost of $22 million, but dropped the be MUFON members. For information about the Symposium – such as a special program because of a lack of benefits for the money spent. While the government openly studied UFOs in the past, such day of free events specially designed for students, teachers, as during 1952-1969 Project Blue Book era, such studies were and those curious to learn before they commit to registerthought to be top-secret in recent years and the Pentagon ing for the two and a half day paid portion of the lectures – denied their existence. visit ‘Special Events’ and scroll Ironically, the 2007-2012 program was not “top-secret” but down to FREE Events at: quietly operated out of the Pentagon under a project titled, www.MUFONSymposium.com. Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program. Funding for

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Tie-Dye Music Festival Returns to Community Arts Center July 14 n iconic summer event, Community Arts Center’s annual Tie-Dye Music Festival is back for its sixth year on Saturday, July 14, from 2 - 7 p.m. on the side lawn of the CAC, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA. Connecting the community through music and art, this free, family event, sponsored by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, features live music all day long, tie-dye activities, vendors, raffles and food.

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More than 28 percent of the Class of 2018 has attended The Haverford School since pre-kindergarten (Super Lifers) or kindergarten (Lifers): front row, from left – Grant Sterman, Super Lifer; Will Henderson, Lifer; Xavi Segel, Super Lifer; Robert Manganaro, Super Lifer; Ben Stallworth, Super Lifer; and James Ives, Lifer; second row – Tyler Roland, Lifer; John Nelligan, Super Lifer; Ben Warden, Super Lifer; Cal Buonocore, Super Lifer; Emilio Fink, Super Lifer; Grady Nance, Super Lifer, and Will Merhige, Lifer; third row – Mike Schlarbaum, Super Lifer; Jackson Spahr, Super Lifer; Benji Bacharach, Super Lifer; Graham Haabestad, Super Lifer; Will Rhodes, Super Lifer; Grayson Potter, Super Lifer; and Peter Miller, Super Lifer; back row – Robb Soslow, Super Lifer; Stuart Berlinger, Super Lifer; Sam Lindner, Super Lifer; Matthew Tucker, Super Lifer; Andrew Farmer Jr., Super Lifer; Alex Ciardi, Super Lifer; Harrison Fellheimer, Super Lifer; Samuel Turner, Super Lifer; and Will Yoh Jr., Lifer.

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Ideas to Help Promote Your School! Don’t miss delicious new festival foods from: Crepe Soleil – serving up sweet and savory crepes; Brittany’s Natural Foods – their organic mac & cheese is simply divine; and for the health-conscious festival-goer get a refreshing drink of blueberry kombucha from Lehigh Valley Kombucha. Be sure to stop by the Dessert Tent to get yourself a slice of blueberry pie! Reach Main Line Area Families Here! Fresh blueberries, ice cream, coffee cake, strudel, and pierogis are on the menu as well, with options you can pre-order to take home with you at the end of the day. Stuff your face with the winner-takes-all Pie-Eating Contest for kids and adults! This contest will be held on Saturday and THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK! Sunday at 2:15 p.m. at the Community Stage. Sign up for this delicious contest at the Info Tent. The Festival is looking for amateur bakers to bring their blueberry best in the Culinary Contest! Wow the judges with your most tantalizing dessert recipe featuring one cup of fresh blueberries. Does your child enjoy baking? Children ages 15 and under can enter the Kids’ Culinary Contest, too. The Adult Culinary Contest will be held on Saturday, July 21 at noon and the Kids’ Culinary Contest will be held on Sunday, July 22 at noon. Registration is free and PHILADELPHIA AND THE MAIN LINE’S FAVORITE WEEKLY due by July 13 at 3 p.m. The Read to Dogs program is back by popular demand in the Lower Haas Barn where children can read to friendly Therapy Dogs in a quiet setting. Kids can bring their favorite book to read or choose from a selection provided in the barn. Children will also love family activities like pony rides, a petting zoo, making their own pet bandana, dressing in colonial garb, creating sand art, hex signs, Moravian paper dolls, and playing colonial games. Discover something unique with local artisans, crafters, and vendors. From handmade crafts like jewelry and pottery to gourmet treats and unique fashion, take a walk through the Crafter’s Village to find creative gifts and items from over 30 different vendors! Bethlehem’s past is brought to life with historic colonial demonstrations. Visit the Summer Kitchen for Colonial Cooking with HBMS’s Foodways volunteers; you’ll be surprised to see all the spices, herbs, and ingredients used! Over by the Brewery Tents renowned Beer Historian Chris Bowen showcases the traditional method of brewing in the days before 5, 2016 June 29 – July technology. Professional Blacksmiths will demonstrate the skills required to create not munity News Years of Com Celebrating 31 only works of art, but important metal tools and items that were used in everyday colonial 16 20 s’ er F R E E Year 31, No. 43 ay Pl d Academy ct Bonanza Ol g life. 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Main Line Health Holds Ribbon Cutting to Mark Opening of LGBTQ Inclusive Care o close out Pride Month, Main Line Health held an official ribbon cutting in June for LGBTQ Inclusive Care —a highly specialized primary and preventative care program for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning community, from childhood through senior years. LGBTQ Inclusive Care providers have under gone specific training to understand the unique needs of the LGBTQ community and to provide highly competent care. “Our LGBTQ Inclusive Care program will help Attending Main Line Health’s ribbon cutting in June for LGBTQ Inclusive Care are, from left – to address disparities in care within the LGBTQ Rev. Liam Robins, chaplain, ACPE Certified Educator; Andi Gilbert, president, Bryn Mawr Hospital; community, and will de- Joseph Greco, MD, Bryn Mawr Family Practice; Joanne Glusman, MSW, LSW, Bryn Mawr Family liver culturally compe- Practice; Jack Lynch, FACHE, president and CEO, Main Line Health; Eric Mankin, MD, president, Main Line HealthCare; Becky Souder, DO, Main Line HealthCare Family Medicine in Paoli. tent care for their unique health care needs in a comfortable, respectful environment,” says Jack Lynch, FACHE, president and CEO, Main Line Health. “I am incredibly proud of our team for their commitment to bringing this program to life, and for making it their steadfast mission to create an environment where everyone can receive the care they need and deserve, and feel respected and included while doing so.” In January 2013, Main Line Health launched a Diversity, Respect & Inclusion initiative across the System, and has since then made it a core value of the organization, along with safety, communication, compassion, excellence, innovation, integrity and teamwork. LGBTQ Inclusive Care is launching at two locations at Main Line Health – Bryn Mawr Family Practice and Main Line HealthCare Family Medicine at Paoli. As Main Line Health continues to expand upon its Diversity, Respect & Inclusion efforts, the list of practices that will be designated as LGBTQ Inclusive Care providers will continue to grow. For information about LGBTQ Inclusive Care, visit www.mainlinehealth.org/lgbtq. Patients can also call a confidential, secure phone line to leave a message for the program coordinator, at 484-337-LGBT (5428).

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Artist Barbara Hines Brings Biblical Figure to Life through Paintings with “Spotlight on Joseph” he Old City Jewish Arts Center presents in Bala Cynwyd vibrant new works from Houstonbased artist Barbara Hines that explore the timeless, complicated life of Joseph. Found in the book of Genesis, Joseph’s story is one full of highs and lows and, while it may have taken place 4,000 years ago, it still holds powerful relevance today.

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“Joseph in Prayer,” 32x24, 2018, by Barbara Hines. “Spotlight on Joseph” is comprised of over 25 watercolor works on paper, five works on canvas. The show deals with a series of challenging, hardhitting questions that allow the audience to relate to the Joseph of old. Many of the challenges he faced are challenges we face in our modern, dayto-day lives. The colorful works on paper bring Joseph from the Old Testament into the 21st century, showing him in modern scenarios, cellphone in hand. “I think of Joseph as one of the most interesting men from our past whom I would like to meet,” says Hines. “The themes that drove the events of his life highlight sibling rivalry, sexual harassment, forgiveness and redemption. The resolution of his story which brought us to this day focuses on how to maintain our moral compass whilst living in an environment of depravity. His timeless story is as relevant today as it was 4000 years ago. Joseph is an icon showing the world how to handle adversity whilst maintaining trust in G-d.” “Barbara’s bold works imaginatively transport Joseph to the modern day, allowing viewers to form a relationship with this important religious figure, “said Wircberg. “Our vision for the exhibition is to use art as a medium to nurture spirituality and help people connect to religion and to one another and Hines’ Spotlight on Joseph does just that. We are thrilled to premiere her unique portrayal in Philadelphia.” All works from the exhibit will be available for sale with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated equally to the Old Jewish Arts Center and other charities. The show opened July 1 and runs through July 31. The show is on exhibit July 1 - 31, 2018 at NoBa Artspace, 200 Bala Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004. Email info@ocjac.org or call: 215-627-2792 to view the exhibition. For information on the artist, visit www.barbarahinesart.com. Every Wednesday Pick Up Your FREE Copy of CITY SUBURBAN NEWS!

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175+ muscle, classic, antique, custom and show cars, trucks and motorcycles will line the Avenue, with street vendors, circus performances, rack sales, kids’ activities, live music and the Bang! Boom! CRAFT! Show in between—all at East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District’s (EPABID) 13th Annual Car Show and Street Festival on Sunday, July 29, 2018. ast Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) is revving up for the 13th Annual Car Show and Street Festival on Sunday, July 29, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., on East Passyunk Avenue (EPA) between Broad and Dickinson streets. Look for nearly 175+ muscle, classic, antique, custom and show cars, trucks and motorcycles lining the Avenue, with street vendors, circus performances, rack sales, kids’ activities, live music and the Bang! Boom! CRAFT! Show in between. Wine and dine among the cars as award-winning restaurants and food trucks serve specially priced street food and summertime drinks. Admission is FREE for attendees and $20 for cars. Check-in for cars is moved up this year to 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. The event’s rain date is Sunday, August 5, 2018. For information, visit www.visiteastpassyunk.com. “The 13th Annual Car Show and Street Festival is back and bigger than ever. Before you head to the shore for the summer save July 29th on your calendars for this must-do event,” said EPABID Executive Director Pam Zenzola. “Families from around the tri-state area flock to the East Passyunk to cruise the cars, enjoy live music on every block and taste authentic South Philly cooking. We are thrilled to bring back South Philly’s largest annual summer tradition! Enjoy the vast array of muscle, classic, antique, custom and show cars, trucks and motorcycles lining the five blocks between Broad and Dickinson streets. The fee for participating cars is $20 per vehicle. Registration will take place at Broad and EPA between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. (note the earlier time). Space is available on a first come, first served basis. Trophies will be awarded in dozens of categories, including: Top 50, Best Stock, Best Modified, Best Engine, Best Paint, Best 50’s Custom, Best Street Rod, Best Low Rider, Best Truck, Best Motorcycle, and Best of Show Car and Motorcycle. For car info: Ray Kelly 215-637-7138 or slim6141@verizon.net. Grab some street grub and summer drinks from visiting food trucks, plus look for $5 deals at many of East Passyunk’s award-winning restaurants! Look for the balloons to find places offering the $5 specials. As a bonus, the event will have some of the city’s most popular food trucks and restaurants on hand with extra treats to enjoy! Live music will keep things moving and grooving as diners enjoy the cars and food selections. Music will span the generations with the oldies, current hits, R&B, jazz and more. Look for music in the 1600 block parking lot, at EPA and Juniper, outside Stogie Joe’s, at the Singing Fountain, at the Gateway, and other spots. The Bang! Boom! CRAFT! Show at the Fountain will again be curated by Nice Things Handmade! Look for handmade items from local crafters and artists, including art, decor, ceramics, jewelry, clothing and gifts from dozens of vendors. Philadelphia School of Circus will bring the circus fun with roaming stilt walkers in 50s outfits waving above the crowd, interacting with families and taking photos. Family activities and other fun will offer something to appeal to all ages, including the return of the free bounce castle, plus free and discounted family fun, outside games, art projects, music and more. The 13th Annual Car Show and Street Festival is hosted by the Northeast Muscle Car Club and presented by East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District with support from Jefferson Health Methodist Hospital. The event is free to attend and $20 for cars. Parking for the Car Show is located at Parkway at Constitution Health Plaza at 1485 McKean (between Broad and 15th street). It is open 24 hours and is only a four minute walk from the parking lot to the Gateway and the start of the car show. For info, visit www.visiteastpassyunk.com, tweet at @epassyunkave and follow #passyunkcarshow.

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Bryn Mawr Twilight Concerts 2018 Upcoming Twilight Concerts: July 14 – Trespass (Genesis Tribute Band) w/We.Are.Understood; July 21 – XPN Welcomes Dar Williams w/Bruce Rits Gilbert & Matt Lyons, ($5 kids 5 to 16 yrs.); July 28 – John Gorka w/Michael Braunfeld. All concerts are at Gazebo Park, 9 South Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 on Saturdays at 7 p.m. (unless noted otherwise). Cost: $15/Kids 16 & under free (See exceptions with concert dates). No refunds. Picnics Welcome. Outdoors rain or shine. Smoke & alcohol-free. Only beach chairs/blankets in front of white line. Visit www.brynmawrtwilightconcerts.com, email dbroida@gmail.com or call 610864-4303 for info.

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