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Local Band The Lift Up to Release Debut Album “Without Dreams, We Are Only Sleeping” Album Release Party at Khyber Pass Pub September 10

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August 28 – September 10, 2013

Dressage at Devon Poster Artwork by Local Artist ressage at Devon se lected local artist, Sandra Severson, to create artwork for the 2013 show poster. Native of Honeybrook, Pennsylvania, Severson, has painted animal and equine portraits for more than 30 years. Lifelong contact with horses and other anim a l s a t S e v e r s o n ’s Chester County farm, as well as studies at the Pennsylvania Academy

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“If this piece had a title it would be “The Stars Come Out at Night,” says artist Sandra Severson, “because Friday and Saturday night are the when the most exciting events happen at DAD [Dressage at Devon].”

The Lift Up, from left – Larry Zappaterrini (bass), Joe Castro (guitar), and John Paul Travis (drums).

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he debut album from The Lift Up, Without Dreams, We Are Only Sleeping will be released in striking fashion with a party at Philly’s own Khyber Pass Pub (56 South Second Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106) on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 9 p.m.* This is the album that fans of bands such as “The Situation” have been waiting for, but thought might never happen. Fortunately for those fans, and others sure to follow, Without Dreams… is a grand slam of an album that will take listeners back in time even as they will hear sounds as fresh and crisp as anything heard on a favorite indie radio station today. The Lift Up consists of Joe Castro (Prospect Park, Pennsylvania) on lead vocals and guitars, Larry Zappaterrini (Malvern, Pennsylvania) on bass and backing vocals and John Paul Travis (Wilmington, Delaware) on drums, backing vocals, and piano. This trio played together with “The Situation” but has chartered heretofore-unknown territory with this melodic, catchy, nine-song set, all penned by Castro. Fans of the trio will be able to download the album on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 and see the band perform tracks from it that evening. A Delaware show to celebrate the album release is forthcoming. The record was co-produced by the band and Grammy-nominated producer, Jim Salamone at Cambridge Sound Studios in Newtown, Pennsylvania. He has worked with artists such as Bon Jovi, Vanessa Williams, Teddy Pendergrass, and Grover Washington, Jr. The songs on Without Dreams... alternate between aggressive, modern rock garage stompers and quiet moments of equally intense sonic reflection. See The Lift Up to Release Debut Album on page 4

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of Fine Arts, have influenced her ar tistic approach. Severson attempts to capture the sense of the subject’s personality and the immediacy of the moment in her artwork. The finished product is a 20" by 24" nocturne oil painting of a dressage rider and horse performing a piaffe – upper level movement – set in front of the Devon grand stands in a classical realism style. Studded with stars in the sky, the See Dressage at Devon Poster by Local Artist on page 12

Wolf PAC Launches a One-of-a-Kind Fall Performance Season olf Performing Arts Center (WPAC) is proud to announce that the 2013-14 Season is off to a roaring start. WPAC will present Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids featuring performers in grades K through 3 and Our Town and Cinderella featuring performers in grades 4 through 12, from December 6-15 at Rosemont College’s McShain Performing Arts Center. No other organization on the Main Line offers year round theatre programming for children and teens. Area actors may audition for these incredible performance opportunities. Children in grades 4 through 12 may audition for Our Town and Cinderella on September 4, 7, and 8. K through 3 graders may audition for Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids on September 9 and 10. Audition appointments can be scheduled by visiting www.wolfperformingartscenter.org. Last season, Wolf PAC presented five incredible productions featuring

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over 180 local actors in grades K through 12: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Jack and the Beanstalk, The Same Sky, Cats, and The Butterfly Project. All of these performances received rave reviews from the community. The young actors perAliyah Nissim of Bala Cynwyd and Haley Weiss of Wynnewood are purrfect in Wolf PAC’s 2013 production of the legendary musical, “Cats.” Photo/Londa Salamon formed at Rosemont College, St. Joseph’s University, and the cast of The Butterfly Project had the incredible opportunity to perform in the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theatre during the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. “Theatrical experiences give children the unique opportunity to build confidence, character, and creativity,” says Bobbi Wolf, Executive Director See Wolf PAC Launches Fall Season on page 12


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CHF First Friday: The Art of the Page On Friday, September 6, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Chemical Heritage Foundation (315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA) will host “The Art of the Page,” a demonstration of the various methods of illustration and decorative arts used in books throughout history. Call 215-873-8258 or www.chemheritage.org/events for info.

First Friday Flick The Haverford Township Free Library will host the First Friday Flick on Friday, September 6, 2013 at 7 p.m. in the Community Room. The film is part of the library’s monthly First Friday Flick program and is free and open to the public. Come and enjoy the new ceiling projector and surround sound! The library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For information on what will be shown that evening, call 610-446-3082 or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.

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Jumpers. Evening classes on Friday and Saturday. Zone 2 (PA, NJ, NY) Jumper Finals on Sunday. Fall Festival open noon to 9 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, includes boutique shopping, midway rides, music, games and fine food and special events such as What A Good Dog – Top Dog Contest, Sept. 14 at 11 a.m., and pony rides Saturday, Sept. 14, 1 to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 15, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Located on Route 30 in Devon, PA. General admission is $5, Seniors 65 and older and children 12 and under are FREE. Great boxes are still available. For ticket info, call 610-688-2554 or online visit www.devonhorseshow.org.

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New Horizons Senior Center in Narberth is hosting a day trip to have lunch with friends old and new at Tango Restaurant in Bryn Mawr on Friday, September 13. The bus will leave from the Old Narberth School, 201 Sabine Avenue The Hemp Heals Music at 11 a.m., and return to the same Festival place around 2 p.m. Adults 55 and The Hemp Heals Music Festival is back for another exciting year! The over are invited to enjoy a tasty lunch while watching the trains go by. second annual concert will take place at Festival Pier on September Bus fare is $5 for Members, $7 for Non-Members, with lunch on your 7 at 4 p.m. Created by former Philadelphia Flyer Riley Cote and spon- own. Stop by 100 Conway Avenue, 2nd Floor in Narberth to sign-up by sored by LiveNation, the festival lineup features reggae superstars September 9, or call 610-664-2366. Rebelution, Matisyahu, and Collie Buddz, among others. The Hemp Heals Foundation was created in order to raise awareness about the posHallowedding itive health and industrial benefits of hemp after Riley saw first hand September 13, the first night of Six Flags Great Adventure’s Fright Fest the positive effects the plant had on his sister, who was diagnosed with will include a mass, Halloween-themed wedding ceremony in the park multiple sclerosis. Dozens of hemp food and product vendors as well as for couples who are looking to tie the knot or renew vows. Newlyweds speakers will be present at the festival in the hopes of educating every- will be able to celebrate with their guests after the ceremony at a one about hemp’s powerful properties and eco-friendly uses. For tickets, Halloween-themed reception in true “Friday the 13th” style. Couples are visit www.ticketmaster.com. For info, or to become a vendor, contact required to arrive at Great Adventure for registration at 4 p.m. with the Michelle Miller of The Nouveau Image at 267-507-5385. ceremony commencing at 6 p.m. Space is limited to the first 100 couples, and additional fees apply. Couples can register by calling 732-928Business Breakfast 200 ext. 2850 or by emailing NJSpecialEvents@sixflags.com. The Haverford Township Free Library will host local businesses and entrepreneurs for their 3rd Annual Business Breakfast on Wednesday, Fairmount Park Conservancy’s 2nd Annual September 11 from 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. on the first floor of the library. The Boxers’ Trail 5K Business Breakfast is sponsored by iRadioPhilly.com. You’re dedicated Run (or walk) through the famed wooded trails where heavy weight boxto working in your business; take a morning to work on your business. ing champion Joe Frazier trained! Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and The breakfast gives attendees time to focus on their business; network the run begins at 9:30 a.m. Registration fee is $20 for runners and $15 and share ideas with local business people; and share ideas for new for walkers. Proceeds from the Boxers’ Trail 5K will benefit the Mander ways to increase profits and reduce expenses. RSVP for the event at Recreation Center in North Philadelphia which offers youth programs – www.haverfordlibrary.org/BusinessBreakfast. The library is located at including runs along the Boxers’ trail! Following the run is “Strawberry 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For information, call Mary Bear Shannon Mansion Day” which is a community celebration with food, music and 610-446-3082 ext. 216, email shannon@haverfordlibrary.org, or visit fun activities. 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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS Green Tree School’s 10th Annual Golf4Autism The 10th annual “Golf4Autism: The Elaine Cardonick Golf Classic,” benefiting Green Tree School, is being held on Tuesday, September 3, 2013 from 11:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. at The ACE Club, 800 Ridge Pike, Lafayette Hill, PA, 19444. Golfers will be treated to lunch, a golf scramble on one of the area’s best courses, a cocktail hour and dinner, awards, prizes and a tremendous live and silent auction. In addition, dinner only spots are still available… all “fore” children with unique abilities and challenges at Green Tree School! Reservations are limited. Call 215-8434528 or visit www.golf4autism.com for information.

Tavern-on-the-Green Fundraiser A fun filled and one-of-a-kind evening fundraiser is planned at Historic Morgan Log House on Thursday, September 12. Period music, colonial beer brewing, distilling, cooking, after-hours museum tours, appetizers & drinks combine in this “happy hour” style event being held the grounds of a 300+ year old property! Food provided by The Culinary Arts Institute of Montgomery County and drinks provided by Boyd’s Cardinal Hollow Winery. Tickets are $40 p/p, $70 p/c, $30 for Designated Driver. Advanced ticket purchase required. Space is extremely limited. To purchase tickets contact Sarah DiSantis at 215-368-2480 or at Director@morganloghouse.org. Program proceeds benefit the Morgan Log House. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook for new events and happenings posted regularly.

Ben Mauger’s Vintage Dixieland Jazz Band & Roaring ’20s Jazz Orchestra Ben Mauger’s Vintage Dixieland Jazz Band and his Roaring ’20s Jazz Orchestra will play for Tri-State Jazz Society on Sunday, September 15, 2013 from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. This concert will be at the Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA 19086. The recent movie “The Great Gatsby” has rekindled interest in The Roaring ’20s. Come hear Ben and his two bands play a repertoire of some of the sizzling original jazz tunes of that era, as well as Dixieland classics. Halfprice 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 Community Arts Center is less THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK!

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Lyrically, the songs deal with the pressures of adult life and of trying to survive under the constant weight of one’s past. The opening chords of “All We Ever Wanted” will grab listeners and not let go. The storytelling in “Norfolk Street” might make Glen Hansard add another cover to his set list, or save that one for the next “Frames” project. The jangly guitar and melancholy feel of “As Always is Never Again” perfectly rues the end of summer, and the title track wraps up these original pieces with typical power and beauty. Although officially forming in 2012, the three band mates are old friends, having played together previously in The Situation. Fronted by songwriter Christopher Tucker, and signed to Elephant Stone Records, they released the Reece Nasty EP in 2003, followed by their self-titled LP in 2006. Both garnered critical praise. The band toured America, and opened for The Strokes, The Libertines, Nada Surf, and Arthur Lee & Love, among others. The group disbanded in 2006 following Castro’s departure. Speaking about the split, Castro says, “By the time it ended, I was completely burned out on the music business. It just killed any joy in making music for me.” In the years that followed, he switched his focus toward art, gaining a solid reputation as both a collage artist and painter, showing in galleries and art spaces across the United States, Canada, Italy and the United Kingdom. In fact, Castro also designed the cover for this CD and is one hot visual artist: his collage work is going to shown in a new book, “The Art of Collage: Contemporary Collage in Modern Art,” and he is also the featured cover artist for a quarterly art publication called “The Artist Catalogue,” in their fall 2013 issue. After receiving an acoustic guitar as a gift from his wife following the birth of their daughter, Castro began to fall in love with music

again, writing songs and, for the first time, singing them himself. “I would spend these long nights singing to the baby, trying to help her go to sleep. And I discovered I really enjoyed singing.” Before long, Castro reached out to Larry and John Paul to form The Lift Up. “There was never a doubt in my mind that if I decided to form a new band, it would be with John Paul and Larry. There’s real musical chemistry there and, given our history, I think we all felt there was some unfinished business.” Deciding to remain a three piece, the band took its influences primarily from classic punk trios like The Jam, Husker Du, The Minutemen, and Agent Orange, while also incorporating a deep love for The Smiths, The Ramones, The Clash and the songwriting of Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen, and Nick Cave. “This record was really back to square one for me, as a musician” says Castro. “It was about finding my vocal style, and about becoming a writer rather than just some flashy guitar player. The simplicity of 1950s rock-n-roll and early punk bands like The Ramones and The Heartbreakers played a big part in my learning how to write songs and was definitely a heavy influence on the record.” Without Dreams... is a strong introduction to the band that will leave listeners wanting more. It will be available digitally at most major outlets (iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Napster, Rdio, etc.) as well as a limited edition CD, which is now available through The Lift Up’s website and at their shows. The album is being distributed through mondotunes.com. Visit http://theliftup.com to learn about additional live dates to be announced soon. *Check exact show time for The Lift Up closer to date of show by calling the Khyber Pass Pub at 215-238-5888.

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Friday, September 6, at 7 p.m., Peace Center of Delaware County, 1001 Old Sproul Road, Springfield, PA, to show the 2013 Oscar Nominee for “Best Foreign Language Film,” NO, as part of Peace Center’s First-Friday Free Large Screen Film Series. On September 11, 1973, General Augusto Pinochet seized power in Chile in a bloody coup supported by the United States government. The military coup overthrew the freely elected Marxist government of Salvador Allende. Fifteen years later in 1988, international pressure forced Pinochet to accept a YES or NO vote by Chileans on his continued rule. A young Chilean ad executive devises an unique media plan to promote a “No” vote on the referendum and to free Chile of Pinochet. NO is a moving docudrama that combines an emotional charge and satire with a political thriller to tell the true story of the media campaign that helped to peacefully overthrow one of the most brutal military dictatorships of our time. Doors at the Peace Center open at 6:30 p.m. for light refreshments. An afterfilm discussion follows the film. For info or directions, visit www.delcopeacecenter.org or call 610-544-1818.

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“Prostate Cancers Myths and Facts: What You Know Could Save a Life” Lunch and Learn Presentation n recognition of Prostate Cancer Awareness month, New Horizons and Lankenau Medical Center invite older adults to a special Lunch and Learn presentation entitled “Prostate Cancers Myths and Facts: What You Know Could Save a Life” by Dr. Albert DeNittis, on Wednesday, September 11 at 12 p.m. at New Horizons Senior Center. This free presentation includes complimentary lunch and will cover commonly misperceived facts about prostate cancer, as well as the newest treatment options in the field. Each year, at least 189,000 men of all ages are diagnosed with prostate

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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Dining & Entertainment News By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Special Events Onstage • Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, NJ, presents Wayne Newton in the Arena, Saturday, August 31, at 8 p.m. One of the best-known entertainers in Las Vegas, Nevada, he is known by the nicknames The Midnight Idol, Mr. Las Vegas and Mr. Entertainment. For tickets ($39, $29, $19) or info, call Ticketmaster at 1-800-736-1420 or visit www.ticketmaster.com. • Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, presents the musical In The Heights, September 3 October 20, the story of New York’s Washington Heights WYNNEFIELD HEIGHTS CIVIC ASSOCIATION neighborhood – a place where the coffee from the corner coffee shop is light and sweet, the windows are always open, and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music. For tickets ($10 - $95) or info, call 215-574-3550/ 800Saturday, Sept. 28 • 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 982-2787 or visit www.walnutstreettheatre.org. Rain Date Sunday, September 29 • Trump Plaza, in Atlantic City, presents Beatlemania Now in the Theater through August 31, 8 p.m. Tuesday, WednesWynnefield Heights Pathmark day, Thursday and Saturday. (Show is dark on Friday, Sunday and Monday.) Recapture the excitement, the mood and 4160 Monument Rd. the frantic intensity as Beatlemania Now performs live-onVENDORS WELCOME $25 • PayPal, Money Order, Cash stage, against a backdrop of images evoking memories of one the most turbulent decades of modern times... the 1960s. Call 215-473-9422 • www.wynnefieldheights.org For tickets ($48, $39, $30) or info, call 1-800-736-1420 or visit www.ticketmaster.com. • World Cafe Live Wilmington, 500 North Market Street DVERTISE OUR ESTAURANT OR in Wilmington, DE, will screen the legacy concert film, Morrissey Wayne Newton appearing at the Trump Taj Mahal Saturday, 25: Live, Thursday, August 29, Doors 7 p.m.; Show: 8 p.m. August 31. NTERTAINMENT ELATED USINESS IN Filmed live during Morrissey’s most intimate gig in decades ITY UBURBAN EWS EVERY WEEK at the Hollywood High School in Los Angeles on March 2, 2013, this is the first authorized Morrissey film to hit theatres in nine years and celebrates 25 years of his solo career. Featured tracks include Meat Is Murder; Everyday is Like Sunday; Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want; and The Boy With The Thorn In His Side. For tickets ($14) or info, 302-994-1400 or visit http://queen.worldcafelive.com. SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS Dining Around • Bar Ferdinand, 1030 North 2nd Street in Philadelphia, offers Chef David Ansill’s sixHE EOGRAPHICAL OCIETY OF HILADELPHIA course Tomato and Wine Dinner, Thursday, August 29, with wines from various regions of Spain. The cost is $55 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Open seating from 7 - 8 p.m., Invites You to: urban farmer, Jack Goldenberg from Hood Rich Farms in Kensington, will discuss the wide variety of heirloom tomatoes supplied for the menu. For reservations or info, call 215-9231313 or visit www.barferdinand.com. • Bisou, 4161 Main Street in Manayunk neighborhood of Philadelphia, offers Chef Clark Gilbert’s lush, green deck seating 25 guests overlooking Main Street, nestled between Bisou and the building alongside it and accessed through the bistro’s second floor. Two magnolia trees and planters offer lush greenery. A new 200-space parking lot on Main Street is directly across from the restaurant. Bisou will reimburse guests for the cost of parking one car per table. For reservations or info, call 215-487-1230 or visit www.bisouonmain.com. E-mail releases two-weeks in advance of publication date to jerry@jerrybloom.com. Geographical Society Follow paragraph format above.

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Recently Mama Mac performed for families at Temple Beth Hillel – Beth El celebrating the release of their new album. emple Beth Hillel – Beth El is inviting the community to its Rosh Hashanah Evening Service on Wednesday, September 4 at 6 p.m. It is being held outdoors, weather permitting. Guests and nonmembers are welcome. Apples and honey will be provided following the service. Temple Beth Hillel – Beth El will also be providing a free Yizkor service for the community on Yom Kippur, September 14, at 3 p.m. No tickets are necessary to attend this service. Throughout the rest of the holy days, tickets are required. People looking for tickets are encouraged to call the synagogue office. Temple Beth Hillel – Beth El is a warm and friendly, egali-

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Growth & Development • Preschool & kindergarten (Infants - Kindergarten) • Before & after-school programs (Grades K-5) • Camp KEF! Day Camp Health & Fitness • TRX, Yoga, Pilates, Zumba & FREE group exercise classes • Fitness center with dedicated cycling loft & indoor track • Personal Training • Indoor and outdoor pool with lessons for all ages and abilities, group classes, swim clinics and swim team • Gymnastics classes • Kids sports classes: Soccer, basketball, t-ball, floor hockey • (2) Basketball courts with basketball leagues for youth to adult Community • Helping the community connect since 1979

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s the High Holy Days approach, Symphony Square Senior Living at 35 Old Lancaster Road in Bala Cynwyd invites the public to join residents, families and their guests to share in a traditional Break the Fast dinner on Saturday, September 14 at 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Planning the meal including white fish salad, lox, tuna fish, egg salad, kugel and much more, Executive Chef Vincent LaMonte will put out a spread to satisfy all those who have fasted for the prior 24 hours and those who haven’t but enjoy sharing in the tradition. With advice from residents, LaMonte is preparing a variety of kugels, which is a popular dish in Jewish homes – a baked casserole, most commonly made from egg noodles, in a wide range Gussie Kleiman and Phoebe Brown – it’s glorious living at Symphony Square. of flavors. This is free to all guests who make a reservation by Wednesday, September 11 by calling 610-660-6560. Space is limited. Executive Director Joseph Horwitz, who is past president of his own synagogue in New Jersey, is happy to extend Break the Fast to the community and he said, “We know that many families have their own traditions, but we also know there are others who would like to create a new tradition, and we hope that Symphony Square will fill that need for them. We have plenty of space in our dining room for our own residents and their families and to include those who need a place to celebrate, too.” Symphony Square is a premier assisted living and memory care residence in a luxurious setting located just off City Avenue at 35 Old Lancaster Pike in Bala. It is designed to accommodate a full range of exceptional senior living options including assisted living, memory care, respite care, rehabilitation care and hospice care. Every day at Symphony Square, the goal is to go above and beyond to enrich the lives of the residents including an exceptional standard of care, wellness programs and social activities in a family atmosphere, to create a community which residents enjoy calling home. For information about Symphony Square, contact 610-660-6560. Visit www.symphonysq.com.

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ven non-Yiddish-speaking people frequently hear, read, and use Yiddish words like mentsh, shlep, nosh, kvetch, mayven, and chutzpa. But they are likely to know very little about the fascinating story of the history of Yiddish and its significant cultural influence both in the Old World and the New. They’ll have the opportunity to learn more when Prof. Rakhmiel Peltz, Ph.D., leads a course titled “Who Needs Yiddish?” this fall at Adath Israel in Merion. Prof. Peltz, Director of Judaic Studies at Drexel University and a leading authority on Yiddish language, culture, and social history, will explore: • Why we love Yiddish: its special character as a language, including its pithy proverbs, colorful curses, and lyrical lullabies. • Where Yiddish came from and how it grew – a linguistic and cultural panorama.

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Martins Run Announces Free Wi-Fi as Valuable Benefit to Residents Free wireless internet is now available everywhere in the senior living community mer, it will be a great resource for comartins Run announces that wiremunicating with students,” said Gaile less internet service is now free M. Pohlhaus Ph.D., Professor Emerita and accessible from anywhere from the Department of Theology within the senior living commuand Religious Studies at Villanova nity’s campus. Residents and visiUniversity and a resident of Martins tors can enjoy a convenient conRun. “And during the course of the nection from their wireless-en year, it will make corresponding with abled laptops or mobile devices by my family and the university a great using the new, secure Wi-Fi netdeal easier.” work at Martins Run. Free wireless “Free Wi-Fi access is a rare internet service is amenity in retirement comthe latest of many munities. Yet, it’s so helpnew developments ful to stay connected by a at Martins Run. The smartphone, laptop, or community takes a ‘forelectronic tablet,” said Linda ward thinking’ approach Sterthous, CEO of Martins to meeting the residents’ Run. “With the new techvaried physical, social, nology, the residents are intellectual, spiritual, and able to surf the Web and conemotional needs and tact people, including our staff, aspirations. from wherever they happen to For information about be at Martins Run.” Martins Run, contact “I’m delighted with the free Lorraine DellaFranco at 610Wi-Fi service. I use it on my 353-7660 ext. 226 or email at Macintosh laptop all the time ldellafranco@martins-run.org. for many things,” said Zoe W. Martins Run is a not-forDana, a Martins Run resident. profit, senior living commu“I do a lot of email. I read books nity located in Marple Townon my Kindle, and I play the ship, Delaware County, a Angry Birds game. I’ve also suburb of Philadelphia. For used the internet to do research Claire Boskoski, a Martins info, visit www.martinsrun.org. for my novel and to buy things Run Resident since 2011, online.” uses the latest technology to SAY YOU SAW IT IN “Since I teach different relistay connected with family, CITY SUBURBAN NEWS gion courses online every sumfriends and the world.

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• Why Yiddish is the glue that held the Jewish people together for hundreds of years. • The flowering of Yiddish culture in literature, journalism, theater, song, and comedy. • Yiddish’s pervasive influence in modern American pop culture and the media. “The course is open to the entire community and is intended to appeal to people of all ages and backgrounds and all levels of Yiddish knowledge, from minimal to mayven,” says Ken Geller, chair of Adath Israel’s adult education committee. “Who Needs Yiddish?” will run for five weekly sessions (October 15, 22, 29; November 5, 12) from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Advance registration is required. Those wanting more information or wishing to register are asked to contact AI education director Sherrie Klein either by email to info@adathisrael.org or by phone: 610-934-1920.

Talmud Class with Rabbi Alpert Monday, September 23, 10:00 a.m. join Har Zion to learn about Talmud. This group is currently studying the 5th chapter of Baba Metzia which deals with the laws of interest. For information, call Har Zion Temple, 610667-5000. Promote Your Business Every Week in CITY SUBURBAN NEWS! Call 610-667-6623.

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BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEWS Merion Mercy Academy Welcomes Eleven Faculty/Staff Members MMA welcomes eleven faculty/ staff members this year. Front, from left – Danielle Massi of Broomall, Adrianna Savarese of Drexel Hill, Angela DiCocco of Villanova, Allegra O’Neill of Villanova;

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lasses begin at Haverford Township Adult School Monday, September 23 featuring a diverse curriculum designed to appeal to the broad interests of the community. The health and fitness program has added “Pink Dynamite” a mother and daughter workout utilizing aerobics, stretching and yoga exercises, along with favorites tai chi, Pilates, Zumba, yoga and meditation for a fusion of mind and body. For sports enthusiasts there is ice skating, tennis, basketball, golf, and volleyball. The dance program features belly dancing, Latin and ballroom dance. Additions to the crafts program feature mosaics and ceramics workshops, quilting, rag rug crochet, sewing, knitting, and Pinterest, a popular pin board sharing web site. Try a series of one night gardening or cooking classes. Explore vegan or gluten free food preparation, or a behind the scenes visit to the kitchen of The Four Seasons Fountain Restaurant. For the complete course catalog, including computer classes, duplicate bridge, mah jongg, digital photography, tarot reading, and more, visit www.haverfordadultschool.org and register online, or call 610-446-8022 for a brochure. The adult school office, located at 1105 Earlington Road, is accepting daytime registrations Monday through Friday, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Brochures are available at local libraries, township administration building, and area businesses.

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Three Parent-Child Groups Scheduled for Fall arenting Services for Families is offering 2 parent-child groups. One is for parents and children under the age of 4. This group meets Tuesday mornings. A second group is for educators/therapists working with children who are parenting infants or toddlers. Meeting dates to be determined. Each Group meets weekly for 8 sessions. There will be a free orientation session on September 17. After Adoption offers a parent-child group for Adoptive Families with children under age 4. This group will meet on Thursday mornings. There will be a free orientation session on September 19. Co-Directors Elaine Frank, LCSW & Denise Rowe, BA are Early Child Development and Infant Mental Health Specialists. The programs are educational and have helped parents with the complicated issues that arise in parenting at various developmental stages from infancy through adolescence. Topics include, eating, sleeping, separations from parent, temper tantrums, communication, limit setting and the stages of early child development. The groups meet at Presidential Apartments, Philadelphia, PA. For info, fees and to register call 215-879-4030 or email elainefrankadopt@gmail.com. Visit www.parenting programs.com.

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grand stands glowing yellow, and crowds swelling, the scene collectively conveys a momentous and social evening event at Dressage at Devon. “If this piece had a title it would be “The Stars Come Out at Night,” says Severson, “because Friday and Saturday night are the when the most exciting events happen at DAD.” After roughly two months, Severson completed the second and final version of her painting. “I completely changed my mind about half way through the process. I didn’t feel that the first painting had the level of passion or quality of work that I’m used to so I started over,” explains Severson. Having participated in Dressage at Devon for many years managing her own gallery in the festival of shops, Severson is no stranger to the event. Her daughter, Kristin – a dressage rider and trainer – keeps her involved an interested in the sport. “It’s a wonderful thing to be involved in this way,” says Severson. The artist will be accessible to meet and sign posters during Dressage at Devon at the committee booth. Her original artwork for the poster will be for available for sale. Severson’s paintings have appeared on the covers of the Chronicle of the Horse, Oasis magazine and the American Lipizzan Registry. She is also featured in “The Four Seasons of Chester County, Volume IV; The Artists.” Her work is in public and private collections throughout the U.S. and internationally, including Glaxo Smith Kline, The National Bank of Malvern, the Count and Countess Rudolph DeLooz of Belgium, the Centre Psychologue de Gestaltiste of Quebec, the Hotel Fibule in Morocco, and the Correios Servicos, Brazil. The 2013 Dressage at Devon show will take place September 24 through September 29, 2013 at the Devon Horse Show in Devon, PA. For info, visit www.dressageatdevon.org. To see more of Severson’s work, or to contact her directly for information, online visit www.sandraseverson.com.

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of Wolf PAC. “Through the process of creating theatre, children learn the value of working together.” Later this season, Wolf PAC will produce Disney’s The Jungle Book Kids and Shrek: the Musical at St. Joseph’s University’s Bluett Theatre. The touring production, The Butterfly Project, will also continue to travel to various schools, places of worship, community and senior centers throughout the Greater Philadelphia Area free of charge. WPAC’s programming continues to offer unique experiences for the whole family unlike anything on the Main Line. Wolf Performing Arts Center is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, founded in 2005 by Bobbi Wolf, Executive/Artistic Director. Wolf PAC’s mission is to enrich the lives of young people through learning, experiencing, and creating theatre. To purchase tickets for the fall productions at Wolf PAC visit www.wolfperformingartscenter.org or call 610-642-0233. Every Wednesday Pick Up Your FREE Copy of CITY SUBURBAN NEWS!


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