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Pianist Tomer Gewirtzman Opens Tri-County Concerts’ 78th Season September 16 Concert at Eastern University’s McInnis Auditorium

September 12 – September 18, 2018

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ri-County Concerts is delighted to be opening its 78th season of presenting high-quality chamber music in the Philadelphia suburbs with award-winning pianist Tomer Gewirtzman on Sunday, September 16, at 3 p.m. at Eastern University’s McInnis Auditorium located at 1300 Eagle Road, St. Davids, PA. Mr. Gewirtzman will perform works by Beetho-

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Tri-County Concerts presents award-winning pianist Tomer Gewirtzman on Sunday, September 16, at 3 p.m. at Eastern University’s McInnis Auditorium located at 1300 Eagle Road, St. Davids, PA. Photo/Christian Steiner

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ven, Scriabin, Brahms, Medtner, and Shostakovich. Meet the artist at a complimentary post-concert reception. Tickets are available by phone, mail, online, and at the door: general admission $20, seniors (62+) $15, students and children free. For information and reservations, call 610-504-4678 or see www.tricountyconcerts.org. Hailed by The Washington Post for his “formidable virtuosity and Irene Levy Baker has spent seemingly endless hours eating and drinking her way through the region’s award-winning stylistic sensitivity,” Mr. Gewirtzman restaurants, small mom-and-pop-owned BYOBs, distilleries, has impressed judges and audijazz joints and under-the-radar bars. ences around the world. His many accolades include First Prizes at f you’re hungry for a good meal & a delicious story, Unique Louisiana’s Wideman International Eats and Eateries of Philadelphia is here to serve you. The Piano Competition, Israel’s Clairmont newly-published book includes the sweet and spicy stoCompetition, the Aspen Music Festival Concerto Competition, and the Chopin Competition for Young Pianists in Tel Aviv. He also won top prizes at New York’s International Keyboard ries behind 90 of the Philadelphia area’s most fascinating Institute & Festival, Greece’s Arte Con Anima, and Poland’s International Baltic Piano Com- restaurants. Discover how two chocolatiers got engaged; dinners interpetitions, as well as the Young Concert Artists International Auditions. He has performed with orchestras and in recitals across Israel, throughout Europe from London to Russia, rupted by bungled mob hits; restaurants that survived an

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Lantern Theater Company Presents Philadelphia Premiere of Hapgood antern Theater Company kicks off its 2018/19 season with the regional premiere of Hapgood by Tom Stoppard. Longtime Lantern artistic collaborator Peter DeLaurier will direct a cast that includes McKenna Kerrigan as MI5 spymaster Elizabeth Hapgood, with Damon Bonetti, Kirk Wendell Brown, Trevor William Fayle, Christopher Patrick Mullen, Adam Phelan, David Pica, William Zielinski, and young actors Charles LaMonaca and Will Zielinski, who will share the role of Hapgood’s son Joe. Perfor mances started September 6 and run through Sunday, October 14, 2018. Tom Stoppard refers to Hapgood as his “plot play.” Showcasing the prolific playwright’s characteristic wit, verve, and deft wordplay, Russian espionage collides with particle physics in a mes-

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merizing journey through a wildly complex counterintelligence operation – and absolutely nothing is what it appears to be. Focused mainly on a brilliant British spymaster juggling motherhood William Zielinski as Kerner and McKenna Kerrigan as Elizabeth Hapgood in Lantern Theater Company’s production of “Hapgood” by Tom Stoppard, directed by Peter DeLaurier. Onstage now through October 14, 2018. Photo/Mark Garvin and career in a profession dominated by men, Hapgood also references quantum mechanics – including Niels Bohr’s “The answer is the question interrogated,” Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, and the historically notable See Lantern Theater’s Philadelphia Premiere of “Hapgood” page 4


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EVEN MORE EVENTS Death is a Cabaret Ol’ Chum: A Graveyard Cabaret Back from the dead by popular demand, New York-based REV Theatre Company will return to Laurel Hill Cemetery to both thrill and chill audiences amid the tombs. Conceived and created by REV’s Co-Artistic Director, Rudy Caporaso, directed by Co-Artistic Director, Rosey Hay and musically directed by Rob Borchert; this original cabaret will be presented as part of the 2018 Philly Fringe Festival. Sip on free cocktails while you wait for three (singing) souls to appear through the mists of Laurel Hill for a toe-tapping, spine-tingling good time. Bring your own blankets or beach chairs. Two weekends of performances are scheduled to take place on September 14, 15, 21 and 22 (with prescheduled rain dates on September 16 and 23) All performances begin at 8 p.m., and will kick off with cocktails in the courtyard at 7:30 p.m. Ticketholders can check in at Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance, 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free parking is located in the lot directly across the street from the Gatehouse. The cost for the program is $30/person general admission. Advance reservations are requested. Tickets may be purchased online through the Fringe Festival Box Office at http://fringearts.com/.

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Suburban Philadelphia He vs. She Shed Battle with Emcee Ty Pennington This summer, the men and women of Rotelle Studio(e), along with Ty Pennington of “Trading Spaces” and “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” fame, have been duking it out in the backyard in the ultimate battle of the sheds. The “He vs. She Shed Shindig” design competition incorporates star power; extraordinary chic design; social engagement, through a video series; and a fundraising component that will culminate in the He vs. She Shed design reveal during Rotelle’s second annual Studio(e) Dream BIG Custom Home Event on Saturday, September 15, 2018. The public is invited to attend this free event; timed tickets are required. Inspired by the growing popularity of tiny houses and the reimagined shed as the new backyard getaway, eastern Pennsylvania custom home builder Rotelle Studio(e)’s “He vs. She Shed Shindig” is pitting the men against the women in turning the traditional garden storage shed into a creative outdoor living space uniquely his and hers. After the event, one of the sheds will be raffled off, and the other will be placed into an online auction with proceeds directly benefiting Ashley Addiction Treatment, which has served more than 45,000 patients and their families since its founding in 1983, including thousands from the Philadelphia region. The public is invited to attend Rotelle Studio(e)’s second annual Studio(e) Dream BIG Custom Home Event, which will be held on Saturday, September 15, 2018, from 1 to 4 p.m. Timed tickets are required and still available for 1 to 2 p.m., 2 to 3 p.m., and 3 to 4 p.m. For information and to register for the event visit www.rotelle.com.

“An Evening with President Kennedy: What if JFK Had Survived Dallas?,” at the Prince Theater in Philadelphia, September 14, 15, 21 & 22, posits that the 35th President of the United States had survived his 1963 assassination with only a single wound. Actor, and Ardmore resident, Joe Lawless portrays John F. Kennedy reflecting on his life and career as a senior statesman on his final speaking tour. The play, by author and executive producer Dennis McAndrews, Esq., is directed and produced by Tony Fillipone, a local Philadelphia-area actor, director and producer, and also stars local Chester County actor Emma Allinson as Jacqueline Kennedy. For info, visit www.princetheater.org/events/eveningwithpresidentkennedy/.

your family to watch one-ton millstones grind corn kernels, and observe 160 year old machinery including the tail gate, turbine vane controls and cob crusher, transport and sift the ground corn to produce meal. This cornmeal is being sifted, bagged and baked into muffins for visitors to sample. Kids and adults will enjoy grinding their own meal on the pedal powered mill. This event is free admission, but donations are appreciatOcean City Airport Festival This annual festival at Ocean City, NJ’s Municipal Airport, 26th & Bay ed. For general information about Morris Arboretum, go to www.morAve., runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features a ground display of unusual air- risarboretum.org, or call 215-247-5777. planes ranging from World War II to the present, September 15. The Presentation event will feature a parachute jump from Team Fastrax. For information “Not Just Surviving But Thriving” – That’s the name of a presentation call 609-399-6111. the executive director and music director of the world-renowned Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale are scheduled to give at the Free Library Parachute Pyrotechnic Show This show features several highly trained and specially licensed Team of Philadelphia later this month. Stephan Stoeckl and Jeffrey R. Smith Fastrax parachuters exiting an aircraft 6,000 feet above Ocean City, NJ’s know a thing or two about nonprofit sustainability. After all, the organibeach and boardwalk September 15. Brilliant white or multi-colored zation they help run has been going strong for 50 years. On September projectile pyrotechnics are then ignited and flown in formation, creating 20, from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., they will share their expertise with other nona dazzling display for spectators on the ground. The 8 p.m. jump will end profit leaders and members of the public at the Parkway Central Library. with a landing on the Seventh Street Beach and will be viewable along This free presentation takes place at the Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine Street (between 19th and 20th Streets on the Parkway), Philadelthe entire Boardwalk. phia, PA 19103, 4th Floor Conference Rooms.

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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS Philadelphia Theatre Company Announces New Season Includes Sweat, Bridges of Madison County and How to Catch Creation hiladelphia Theatre Company is ready to take off into the future. The company announced its first produced season under its new leadership team, Producing Artistic Director Paige Price and Managing Director Emily Zeck, to an audience in the theatre’s space in the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad St. PTC announced that this inaugural season under new leadership includes a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Lynn Nottage that takes place in Pennsylvania, a World

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Suli Holum (Jessie), Walter DeShields (Chris), Kittson O'Neill (Tracey), Matteo Scammell (Jason) and Kimberly S. Fairbanks (Cynthia) preparing for Philadelphia Theater Company’s Pennsylvania premiere of “Sweat” by Lynn Nottage. Photo/Anthony Werhun Premiere from the 2017 Kilroys List, and a TONY-winning Jason Robert Brown musical set in the Midwest during the 60s based on a popular bestselling novel. The theatre also announced the return of a wildly popular show for its youngest audiences. Subscriptions, Memberships, and information are available online at www.philadelphiatheatrecompany.org. “PTC is returning to material that features strong storytelling. All three plays have complex narratives and characters who are reconciling their dreams with their realities,” said PTC Producing Artistic Director Price. “Each play illuminates the emotional lives of people who could be our neighbors. I hope that they trigger in our audience an empathy for people that we might not think about on a day to day basis, but who move about in the world right next to us. It’s our job, as theatre makers, to elicit empathy—to portray stories in a manner that makes audiences step into the shoes of the people they see on stage.” PTC is set to open its 2018-2019 season with the Philadelphia Premiere of Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize winning play Sweat. Sweat will run October 12 - November 4. Filled with warm humor and tremendous heart, Sweat tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on a factory floor in Reading, PA. However, when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay afloat. The play was nominated for the 2017 Drama Desk Award-Outstanding Play and received three 2017 Tony Award nominations: Best Play and Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play for both Johanna Day and Michelle Wilson. Lynn Nottage began working on the play in 2011 by interviewing residents of Reading, which at the time was, according to the United States Census Bureau, officially one of the poorest cities in America, with a poverty rate of over 40%. Nottage was particularly influenced by a New York Times’ article reporting on the city specifically, and by the Occupy Wall Street movement more generally. She particularly examined the loss of heavy industry and a changing ethnic composition of the region. Added Price, “I thought it was important for us to bring this Pennsylvania story to life.” The season continues with a short-lived highly regarded Broadway Musical. PTC Is excited to present the Philadelphia premiere of The Bridges of Madison County with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown February 8, 2019 - March 3, 2019. In this intimate version of this soaring romance, Francesca Johnson, a beautiful Italian woman who married an American soldier to flee war-ravaged Italy, looks forward to a rare four days alone on her Iowa farm when her family heads to the 1965 State Fair. When ruggedly handsome National Geographic photographer Robert Kincaid pulls into her driveway seeking directions, what happens in those four days may very well alter the course of Francesca’s life. Price saw The Bridges of Madison County on Broadway. It had a singing ensemble in addition to the eight principal characters. Price always thought it would be great to see a more intimate staging of the production and is excited to present that to Philadelphia audiences. Price also compared the show to The Light in the Piazza, Adam Guettel’s Barrymore-winning masterpiece, which was a smash hit at PTC years ago. Price wants to commit to producing one work from The Kilroys list every year. The first will be the rolling World Premiere of Christina Anderson’s How to Catch Creation. This inspirational story will run March 22 - April 14, 2019. In the mid1960s, a black, queer, feminist writer’s life is changed when her girlfriend tells her some unexpected news. 50 years later, the reverberations of that moment still echo in the lives of four individuals in the rapidly changing city of San Francisco. Christina Anderson’s stunning and complex examination of the universal act of creation – creation of life, of family, of art – spans space and time to inspire a new generation of makers and lovers. While the theatre still considers other shows to present next season, PTC is ready to announce the return of one of its most popular presented shows from this season. The princesses and some princes are back for a Holiday Princess Concert. This time there will be two performances, including a relaxed performance on December 16. More of everyone’s favorite princesses will take over the Suzanne Roberts Theatre for a special holiday treat for audiences of all ages.

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mathematical problem of the Seven Bridges of Königsberg. Hapgood marks the Lantern’s fifth production of Stoppard’s work, including Arcadia (2014), Heroes (2012), Rough Crossing (1998), and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1997). “Hapgood has long been one of my own favorites among Stoppard’s plays,” said Lantern Artistic Director Charles McMahon. “It stands out from the body of Stoppard’s work as one of his most tightly plotted plays. The front pages of today’s newspapers are full of tales of Russian espionage, so the Lantern’s production is very much in the spirit of the challenging times in which we live.” “Stoppard has given us a brilliant story,” said Hapgood director Peter DeLaurier. “But to call Hapgood a spy thriller may be deceiving. It makes the story sound exotic. Spies are people with appetites and families, loves, joys, and sorrows. Hapgood is full of ordinary human relationships – twins, mother and son, lovers, colleagues, and enemies. The thrill of this play is how the characters sort out these relationships, sometimes happily, but often not.” DeLaurier’s directing credits include Lantern productions of Red Velvet by Lolita Charkabarti; 36 Views by Naomi Iizuka; The Island and Sizwe Bansi is Dead, both by Athol Fugard, John Kani, and Winston Ntshona; and Vigil by Morris Panych. He has also graced the Lantern stage in productions of The Tempest, An Iliad, Underneath the Lintel, QED, The Train Driver, Emma, Heroes, Uncle Vanya, and Skylight. DeLaurier is a seven-time Barrymore Award nominee and received the award twice: for his role as The Librarian in Underneath the Lintel at the Lantern and as Kent in King Lear at People’s Light. He is an artistic associate at People’s Light and has been a member of their resident company since 1991. The Lantern will delve into the world of Hapgood on its Lantern Searchlight blog, available online at www.lanterntheater.org/searchlight. Tickets for Hapgood are $28 - $43 and are available online at www.lanterntheater.org or by calling the Lantern Box Office at 215-829-0395. Student tickets are $15 in advance; $10 student rush tickets are available ten minutes before curtain with valid ID. Discounts are also available for theater industry professionals ($10 in advance or at the door), seniors 65 and up, groups of 10 or more, and U.S. military personnel. Lantern Theater Company is located at St. Stephen’s Theater, 10th & Ludlow Streets in Center City Philadelphia. THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK!

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n Wednesday, September 26, 2018, Yangming Restaurant in Bryn Mawr will host another media personality luncheon. This one features the captivating saga of a unique local media star, Lucy Nowland, who anchors FOX 29 News at 5 and 10 p.m. Ms. Noland was born in Saigon, Vietnam and grew up in Eugene, Oregon. Lucy’s professional career began at KATN-TV, the ABC affiliate in Fairbanks, Alaska. She shot, wrote and edited her own stories and Yangming Restaurant in Bryn Mawr will anchored various newscasts. host FOX 29 News anchor Lucy Nowland To cover the news, Lucy buzz- on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at its next Tasty Talks luncheon. ed Mt. McKinley in a C-130 and refueled an A-10 “Warthog” from a gas station in the sky, a KC-135 Stratotanker, by herself. Imagine the pilot’s surprise! After transferring to KIMO-TV in Anchorage, Ms. Noland covered the eruptions of Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Spurr, guiding Alaskans through the ash-covered days that followed. Afterwards, NASA invited her on a journey into Mt. Spurr’s crater to test out its prototype Mars rover Dante. At KGO-TV in San Francisco, Lucy trudged through the sewage-drenched mudflats separating Tijuana from San Diego under the cover of night to report on immigration issues, and investigated water rights in the irrigated San Joaquin Valley. Prior to joining the FOX 29 News team in June 2014, Lucy anchored newscasts at KNBC in Los Angeles, at KHOU11 News in Houston, and at WJBK-TV in Detroit, and co-hosted “Good Day New York,” at WNYW-TV. Lucy’s work has earned her various EMMY, Golden Mike, Edward R. Murrow and AP Broadcasters awards. However, Lucy’s biggest reward has always been the ability to help people who need it through her work. An outspoken animal rights advocate, Lucy has selected Nonlethal Options for Animals as the event’s September charity. Nonlethal Options for Animals is a no-kill rescue dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, unwanted, or abused cats. All profits will be donated to this important effort to help rescued pets. Tasty Talk Founder Michelle Leonard, better known as the “Hat Lady,” remarked that she is “genuinely impressed with the warm humanity of Lucy Noland and believes that all of the Tasty Talk attendees will be similarly impressed.” Yangming Owner Michael Wei said that he will try to outdo the impressive offerings of the well-received dishes of the first year’s Tasty Talks. “You might even call these Tastier Talks,” but the casual observer would be hard pressed to have the luncheons go one-up. “Everyone has remarked that this was the best $20 luncheon they ever tasted and I’m quite proud of that!” added Mr. Wei. The “Tasty Talk” luncheon will begin at 12:30 p.m. with passed hors d’oeuvres, then continues with the special presentation by Ms. Noland and then continues on with the entrée course and ends with a delicious dessert course, all prepared by the award-winning chefs of Yangming and all for only $20 (which includes tax and tip) for each pre-registered guest. Please note that walk-ins will be charged $25 and the prix fixe price does not include the available alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Yangming is located at Conestoga and County Line Roads in Bryn Mawr. Call 610-527-3200 to register for this event or for any additional information.

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O U T - A N D - A B O U T – Dining & Entertainment News By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer On Stage • The Dixie Hummingbirds, one of the most enduring and influential gospel groups of all time, will present an old-time stompdown concert on Sunday, September 16, at 3 p.m., at the Oak Grove Baptist Church, 2853 N. 21st Street, in North Philadelphia. Motown legend Stevie Wonder, has called the legendary group “unsurpassed in the history of African-AmeriDixie Hummingbirds – from left, back – Troy Smith, Lyndon Baines Jones, Ira Tucker Jr.; front – Torrey Nettles, Carlton Lewis, Roy Smith. Photo/ Julieanne Harris can music.” He produced the group’s 70th anniversary tour that included the Staples Singers and the Five Blind Boys of Alabama. For tickets, call 215-226-5862. Plus, a gospel breakfast tribute to the Dixie Hummingbirds will take place at Girard College in Philadelphia, Sunday, September 30, at 10 a.m. as the final event of MightyFest, a four-day student literacy festival. For tickets ($75) or info, visit www.mightywriters.org. • Keswick Theatre, 291 North Keswick Avenue in Glenside, PA, brings AM Productions & AEG Presents’ X Tour of Celtic Thunder, Friday, September 21, at 8 p.m. The multi-platinum Irish group disembarked from its third Celtic Thunder Cruise, while making preparations for the all new Celtic Thunder X, CD and DVD packages. The releases celebrate the group’s 10th Anniversary, and their tour of 75 cities across the US and Canada. For tickets ($45 - $95) or info, call 215-572-7650 or visit www.keswicktheatre.com/events/detail/351695. All Ages (under 16 with adult). Dining Around • Main & Vine, 789 East Lancaster Avenue in Villanova, PA, offers Chef Charles Vogt’s late summer dishes that pay homage to great seasonal fruits and vegetables. New plates include Jersey Corn Soup with street corn salad and queso fresco ($8); Arugula & Peach Salad with local peaches, prosciutto, shaved parmesan, and sherry vinaigrette ($12); Ricotta Cavatelli with summer squash, local corn, heirloom tomato, pecorino, and truffle butter ($21); and Pork Milanese with Leidy’s all natural pork chop, cucumber & heirloom tomato salad, shaved parmesan, and 12yr balsamic ($26). For reservations or info, call 484-380-3688 or http://mainandvinebistro.com. • Stats on 17th, 111 South 17th Street in Philadelphia, a new sports bar and nightclub is open now in time for the Eagles’ season. Chef Robert Faust will serve a menu featuring game day favorites with a selection of 20+ elevated sports bar and pub dishes. He has cooked in kitchens in Philadelphia to Virginia for over 20 years. For reservations or info, call 215-3093080 or visit www.statson17.com. Special Events • Ardmore Oktoberfest, 17 Cricket Avenue in Ardmore, PA, will take place on Saturday, September 29, 2 to 8 p.m., presented by Ardmore Initiative and sponsored by McCloskey’s Tavern. Cricket Lane in Downtown Ardmore will transform into a Bavarian wonderland complete with German fare, robust brews, live entertainment and dancing. Kids can also get in on the fun with cookie decorating, pumpkin decorating, crafts, face painting and other outdoor activities. For tickets and info, visit www.ArdmoreOktoberfest.com. • The Twisted Tail, 509 South 2nd Street in Philadelphia, is hosting the 5th Annual Whiskey Bonanza, Thursday, September 20 from 7 - 10 p.m., one of Philadelphia’s largest whiskey tastings of over 70 whiskeys. Taste a variety of whiskeys with

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Pushed to The Edge, Artists Invoke Emotion through Art he Edge, an exhibition of the works of Charles Newman and Ken Karlic, is on view in the Duke Gallery at Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA, September 8 through October 12. The public is invited to the opening reception for this exhibit as well as for the 2D and 3D work of instructor Olga Nielsen in the

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The public is invited to enjoy the expressive paintings of Charles Newman and Ken Karlic (pictured) on display as part of the exhibition “The Edge,” at Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Road, Wallingford, PA, September 8 through October 12. Artist reception is September 16 at 2 p.m. Teacher’s Lounge Gallery, painting and prints by Cynthia Murray on the BeaDazzle Gallery Wall, 2D and 3D work of the students of instructor Olga Nielsen in the Stairwell Gallery and prints by Alvina Ridpath in the Fay Freedman Gallery on Sunday, September 16 from 2 - 4 p.m. Charles Newman is an experiential artist who seeks to capture an experience or sensation in his artwork, so that the painting is felt. The subject matter of his paintings ranges from overlooked industrial neighborhoods to the privacy of the home. Painting on site, en plein air (outdoors), he strives to understand the effects of light and the moods and emotions it evokes from his surroundings. Charles’ work was recently featured in Plein Air Magazine. Ken Karlic is a national award-winning artist who redefines the boundaries of watercolor and paints with a sense of urgency and passion that is more about capturing the essence of a subject rather than the specifics. Ken is a member of the MidAtlantic Plein-Air Painters Association (MAPAPA), a Signature Artist Member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society, a member of InLiquid in Philadelphia and a Signature Artist Member of Noyes Museum of Art at Stockton University on New Jersey. When describing his thoughts behind the title, “The Edge,” Community Arts Center Executive Director Paul Downie says, “I think both artists push things to the edge of representational rendering in different, but very powerful and wonderful ways. Charlie bends space and Ken sort of disintegrates things in a very lovely way where they still barely exist.” In conjunction with the exhibition, Karlic and Newman will each hold a special workshop at CAC this fall. Karlic will teach Expressive & Fun Watercolors, emphasizing his three steps to painting – design, drawing and painting; and Newman will teach Plein Air Painting: Urbanizing the Motif, which is designed for both the aspiring or practiced plein air painter wishing to capture the beauty and feeling within average/overlooked elements of the urban setting. The Plein Air workshop will be held in downtown Media. Enrollment is now open at www.communityartscenter.org. The Edge runs through October 12. Gallery hours are Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 7:30 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. For information or driving directions, contact Community Arts Center at 610-566-1713, online at www.communityartscenter.org or follow them on Facebook.

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September 12 – September 18, 2018

BACK-TO-SCHOOL & EDUCATION NEWS

Neumann Nursing Student Named Psychiatric Scholar ngrid Hausner, a Nursing major at Neumann University and resident of Folcroft, PA, was recently selected as a 2018 American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) Board of Directors Student Scholar. Over 100 students applied for the national award and 30 scholarships were awarded: 15 for graduate students and 15 for undergraduate/prelicensure students. The scholarship includes registration, travel and lodging expenses to attend the APNA 32nd Annual Conference, October 24-27, 2018, in Columbus, Ohio. In addition, she will receive a one-year complimentary membership in APNA, which will provide the opportunity to network with others in the profession. Ingrid Hausner was recently Hausner hadn’t considered the psynamed an American Psychiatric chiatric nursing field until she took a Nurses Association Student course in mental health. She credits Scholar, and one of 30 students her mental health professors at Neuin the country to be so honored. mann for her interest in the field. “They are really good professors. I learned that every word you use with these patients matters. You have to be on your feet, mentally.” Her clinical experience at Temple University Hospital on the psychiatric floor further intensified her interest. Hausner dealt mostly with schizophrenic patients. “The psych ward feels like home to me,” she said. “It’s welcoming.” Nursing faculty and APNA member, Marina Lutz, requested that faculty teaching the Mental Health Nursing practicum course submit names of students who demonstrated excellent clinical skills as candidates for nomination for the scholarship. “This is the first time a NU student has been nominated,” said Lutz, “and we feel extremely proud and happy for Ingrid.” Hausner was excited to be selected for the scholarships, saying, “I was so happy to get Neumann University’s name out there among the other schools.” While at the conference in October, she is looking forward to attending the programs offered and networking to make connections for her future. After she graduates in May, she’d like to land a job in medical-surgical nursing and eventually pursue a master’s degree in Psychiatric Nursing.

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Headmaster John Nagl (standing, far left) and Cum Laude speaker Bill Fortenbaugh ’54 (standing, far right) with new inductees into The Haverford School’s Cum Laude Society (seated, from left) seniors Cory Fader, Dylan Henderson, Matthew Larson, Haram Lee, John Zipf, Jonathan Paras, William Ye, Rudy Miller, Michael Solomon, R.J. Meiers, and Gregory Boyek; (standing) juniors Jackson Simon, Harry Bellwoar, Brendan Burns, Jake Pechet, Jackson Henderson, Manav Khandelwal, Jamie Leyden, Nathan Kidambi, Connor Atkins, Logan Atkins, and Jonathan Soslow. wenty-two Haverford School students were admitted into the Cum Laude Society during the 84th induction ceremony on April 14, for which Dr. Bill Fortenbaugh ’54 was the featured speaker. Headmaster Dr. John Nagl was inducted as The Haverford School’s chapter president. The Cum Laude Society, the School’s highest honor, is modeled on the college Phi Beta Kappa Society and honors academic excellence in secondary schools, selecting student members in their junior and senior years. To be elected to Cum Laude recognizes not only sustained superior academic achievement, but also demonstration of good character, honor, and integrity in all aspects of school life.

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ierce Lockett, a junior at Archbishop John Carroll High School, has been recognized by Widener University and NBC 10, as a winner of the Widener University High School Leadership Award. Lockett joins 134 students from high schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and DelaPierce Lockett, a junior at

Archbishop John Carroll High School, has been recognized by Widener University and NBC 10, as a winner of the Widener University High School Leadership Award.

ware who demonstrate courage and leadership within their communities. Students were selected for their abilities to stand up for what is right, address a wrong and make a difference in their communities or schools. Lockett, a resident of Ardmore, has spoken out on the use of the “r-word” in schools and his community. He was nominated for the award by Joe Denelsbeck, principal at Archbishop Carroll. Winners were invited to a celebratory breakfast at the National Constitution Center on March 20, as well as a leadership conference at Widener University this fall. Winners also receive a scholarship of $20,000 over four years if they enroll at Widener University.

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F RIENDS ’ C ENTRAL W ELCOMES N EW FACULTY & S TAFF riends’ Central welcomes 12 new teachers, administrators, staff members, and interns to the School for the 2018-2019 school year. At the administrative level, Friends’ Central School is thrilled to welcome back alumna Beth Davis Johnson as the Upper School Principal. After serving FCS in a number of leadership positions – most recently as Upper School CoPrincipal, Dean of Students for eight years – Beth returns to Friends’ Central after six years as Director of Upper and Middle School Admission at Penn Charter. A proud Friends’ Central “lifer,” Beth is a summa cum laude graduate of St. Joseph’s University and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned a Master of Science in Educa- Friends’ Central is excited to welcome new faculty and staff members for the 2018-2019 school tion in the School Leadership year – front, from left – Beth D. Johnson, Upper School Principal; Jill MacDougall, Middle School Program. She is currently a Learning Specialist; Christie Kapothanasis, Grade 5 Humanities Teacher; Deirdre Murphy, University-assigned mentor Upper School Art Teacher; Donovan Moore, Lower School Admission Administrative Assistant; for Master’s candidates, sup- back, from left – Alex Pearson, Database Manager and Upper School Latin Teacher; Taylor Salvitti, porting candidates in under- Grade 3 Lead Teacher; Jenn Curran, Lower School Counselor; Eric Swiech, School & Mental standing best practices in cur- Health Counseling Intern. (Not pictured – Sacha Page, Assistant Lower School Librarian; Robin riculum development and Worgan Grade 2 Assistant Teacher; and Lauren Paulson, School & Mental Health Counseling Intern.) wider leadership. Beth is frequently called upon by organizations like the National Association of Independent Schools to share her expertise and present in areas that range from support services to issues of diversity to educating for the future. Joining the Friends’ Central Lower School are Jenn Curran, Lower School Counselor; Christie Kapothanasis, Grade 5 Humanities Teacher; Donovan Moore, Lower School Admission Administrative Assistant; Sacha Page, Assistant Librarian; Taylor Salvitti, Grade 3 Lead Teacher; and Robin Worgan, who returns to FCS as part-time Grade 2 Assistant Teacher. In the Middle and Upper Schools, Friends’ Central welcomes Jill MacDougall, Middle School Learning Specialist; Deirdre Murphy, part-time Art Teacher; Alex Pearson, Latin Teacher and Database Manager; and School & Mental Health Counseling Interns Eric Swiech & Lauren Paulson.

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September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month eptember is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. National Suicide Prevention Week is September 9 - 15, 2018, with World Suicide Prevention Day on the 10th. During this month and week, organizations and individuals across the country will be conducting activities to draw attention to the terrible tragedy of youth suicide. Currently, suicide ranks as the second leading cause of death for ages 10 – 24. We lose an average of more than 118 young people each week to suicide in this age group. The number of suicide deaths for ages 10 – 14 have more than doubled since 2006. While suicide is a leading cause of death for young people, it is also a leading cause of PREVENTABLE death. The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) is a national leader in awareness and prevention programs targeted to address the “silent epidemic” of youth suicide. JFI believes awareness and education are the first steps to suicide prevention. Through its affiliations, a Triangle of Prevention is established by providing students, parents, and teachers/youth workers the tools and resources to help identify and assist at-risk youth. All of their programs and materials are offered at no-cost to the public. Since 1997, The Jason Foundation has never charged a school, community, or individual for the use of any of their programs. In addition to various speaking engagements and events, The Jason Foundation will be actively promoting two programs that you can become involved in to help spread awareness during September. • B1 Project – The B1 Project is a collaborative effort between The Jason Foundation and music entertainment group Rascal Flatts. The positive, peer support program encourages youth through the slogan, “Someone you know may need a friend, B1.” The new, mobile-responsive site features more information and an updated look. www.rascalflattsb1.com • #IWONTBESILENT – #IWONTBESILENT is an ongoing, awareness campaign from The Jason Foundation that encourages the community to raise the national conversation of youth suicide prevention. The campaign encourages and offers suggestions to conduct awareness events in schools, businesses, churches, and other organizations. www.iwontbesilent.com For info on The Jason Foundation, the alarming statistics on youth suicide, and to find the closest Jason Foundation Affiliate Office near you, visit www.jasonfoundation.com.

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and in the U.S. from New York’s Carnegie Hall to the Silicon Valley. Additionally, he has appeared in numerous music festivals, including Nikolai Petrov’s Kremlin Festival, Italy’s International Academy of Music, Belgium’s Musica Mundi Chamber Music Festival, Germany’s Usedom Music Festival, and the Bravo! Vail, Yellowbarn, Aspen Music, and PianoTexas Festivals. Mr. Gewirtzman’s early music studies were at Haifa’s Rubin Conservatory and Jerusalem’s Rubin Academy, after which he served in the Israeli Defense Forces in the “Outstanding Musician” program. He completed his Bachelor’s degree at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv and earned his Master’s degree and Artist Diploma at The Juilliard School, where he won the Concerto Competition and received the Kovner Fellowship award. Tri-County Concerts is one of the nation’s oldest chamber music presenters in continuous operation since its founding in 1941. The organization is especially proud of its illustrious history as an all-volunteer organization that has brought the finest musicians to the community it serves.

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Main Line Unitarian Church September Art Exhibit

September 12 – September 18, 2018

ARTS & CULTURE

Main Line Art Center’s Fall Exhibition Examines Who We are Beyond the Screen

Jingsi Liand Hera Zhou Exhibit Work in “Reticulations” (pattern or arrangement of interlacing lines)

Artist Talk and Opening Reception: Friday, September 14 – Free and Open to the Public eyond the Screen, on view September 8 through October 21, at Main Line Art Center in Haverford, examines the complexity of the online social world and how it affects our behavior, perceived identity and communication. The Center

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Nancy Daly’s “Subject to Terms and Conditions.”

Painting by Jingsi Li awarded First Prize in Philadelphia/ Tri State Artists Equity Show. ingsi Li, painter, and Hera Zhou, fabric designer will show their work in the Main Line Unitarian Church Fireside Gallery September 16 through October 29. The opening reception is September 22 from 3 to 5 p.m. The public in invited. Jingsi Li’s art focuses on the nature of the world and the deeper structures of our society and the universe. He combines eastern and western materials and methods in order to show more cultural variety and different perspectives. His abstract points, lines and shapes work both as abstractions and representations. Hera Zhou is a fashion artist who merges fine art and design,

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Drexel University “Best in Show Winner” by Hera Zhou on display in Neiman Marcus window. bringing art from wall to life. Her collection, “City in Thinking,” draws inspiration from the contemporary paintings of Jingsi Li that examine the topics of city, space, and thinking. She hand paints silk and drapes garments into architectural shapes, manipulating the paper patterns past traditional shapes and creating new volumes and silhouettes. The Church is located at 816 South Valley Forge Road in Devon. Gallery hours are Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sundays 9 a.m. to noon. For directions go to www.mluc.org. Call 484-341-8014 for information.

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will host a free and open to the public artist talk and opening reception on Friday, September 14, from 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. The exhibition, curated by Chelsea Markowitz, Curator of Exhibitions, features work by Adam Chau (Port Chester, New York), Nancy Daly (Washington, D.C.), and Dawn Kramlich (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). These artists question contemporary media culture and put a spotlight on its all-consuming nature. Works in clay, mixed media, video, and interactive installations address the contradictions between technology and its intended benefit to our lives and challenge us to question who we are and who we want to be on the other side of the screen. “With Beyond the Screen, Main Line Art Center is delighted to present the inspiring work of artists who intentionally challenge the technological status-quo,” said Thomas Scurto-Davis, Executive Director of Main Line Art Center. “Through their work, these three artists offer a unique opportunity to confront both the positive and (potentially) negative consequences of ubiquitous technologies. The irony of placing technology – with its binary regularity – into a non-digital artmaking context compounds the depth of that examination, inspiring the viewer to confront their complex relationship with the modern world.” Adam Chau’s research and practice explore how craftspeople can introduce the human hand into computer-controlled environments. He creates handmade tools that replace standardized cutting bits on CNC machines, in order to complete tasks such as decorating a ceramic plate. These handmade tools, replacing their digital counterparts, result in uniquely individual pieces even when the digitized cutting program is repeated exactly. This methodology has the potential to change the craft and design industry where a hybrid practice melds the benefits of both worlds. There are three elements which make up his process: the tool, the performance, and the object. To increase the understanding of this practice Chau utilizes all three components, the performance component in the form of video. The work Adam Chau’s “iPhone.” is produced in multiples, which creates both large and minute differences. Chau holds an MDES from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has worked internationally – notably for Atelier Ted Noten in Amsterdam and Fabrica in Treviso, Italy. He is currently the Program Manager at the Clay Art Center in Port Chester, NY. Nancy Daly’s current body of work examines how the development of the online social world is affecting identity and social behavior. By creating interactive machines reminiscent of outdated technology, she addresses the contradictions present in various social media that are at once ephemeral and entirely permanent. Interactivity and the vocabulary of minimalist sculpture are key elements of her installations. They challenge the viewer to look beyond the convenience of online technology and consider what participation in social media means. Daly is a graduate of the Photographic and Electronic Media MFA program at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She lives and works in Washington, D.C. where she teaches Photography, Visual Literacy, 2D Design and 3D Design at American University and George Mason Dawn Kramlich’s “A Solipsist’s Cell” – full installation. University. Dawn Kramlich’s work explores Information-based digital technologies (the Internet, cell phones, and social media), how they effect our brains’ processing of information and consequently change both our communication methods and the way we use verbal language. Kramlich deconstructs moments of miscommunication through the selection of text which has been carefully altered and/or repeated to create ambiguity. She strives to inspire the viewer’s contemplation of their relationship to (and with) language. Kramlich earned her BA degree from Muhlenberg College, with a double major in English and Art and her MFA in Studio Art from Moore College of Art & Design. Kramlich has shown her work widely in the US, and internationally in Ireland. She was recently a finalist for the Meyer Family Award for Contemporary Art at the Main Line Art Center. Main Line Art Center is located at 746 Panmure Road, Haverford, PA 19041. Visit www.mainlineart.org for details.

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Hand Made History at Fort Mifflin September 15 an you imagine life without the convenience of Amazon or your local grocery store? No? Spend the day at Fort Mifflin and see for yourself some of the skills required to make commonplace items in the past, no electricity or internet connection required! Much of what we purchase from large stores today was produced by hand, at home or by a skilled craftsman, in centuries past. Meet artisans engaged in some of these historic activities and get a glimpse into what daily life might have been like in the 18th or 19th century. Meet craftsmen demonstrating blacksmithing, wood carv-

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See “Dots,” 2018, 9 by 12 inches, ink and watercolor, by Garry E. – in the new exhibit named “It Feels Like Freedom – When Creativity Transcends A Diagnosis” September 17, 2018 through Friday, January 25, 2019 at the Community Art Gallery of The Philadelphia Foundation. Individuals and groups may schedule to view the exhibit by contacting the organization. he Philadelphia Foundation will showcase a vibrant new art exhibit in its offices as part of a partnership with ARTZ Philadelphia. The new exhibit named “It Feels Like Freedom – When Creativity Transcends A Diagnosis” will be on display from Monday, September 17, 2018 through Friday, January 25, 2019 at the Community Art Gallery of The Philadelphia Foundation, located at 1835 Market St., Suite 2410. The exhibition features works created by participants in ARTZ Philadelphia’s programs that are held in long-term care communities or during events at ARTZ Philadelphia’s partner museums, care communities and memory centers. The artists are individuals living with memory loss, dementia and chronic illness. The collaborative works were created by program participants with dementia and their care partners or community volunteers. The two dozen works on display include watercolors, acrylics, and mixed media works on paper by individual artists, along with collaborative nine-foot painted banners and large weavings. The banners and weavings will be offered for sale. About the Exhibition Title: “It Feels like Freedom” The exhibition draws its title from a comment made by a participant, Sylvia M., in a biweekly program facilitated by ARTZ Philadelphia at York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in West Oak Lane. “It feels like freedom: I can do whatever I want,” says Sylvia M., who is living with dementia. Through the program she has rediscovered what it feels like to be inspired, to be freed – for a time – from the everyday bonds of illness and provided with the liberty to make her own choices, a rare commodity for someone living with a chronic illness such as dementia. Sylvia went to beauty school when she was young, became “an expert in making people beautiful” and finds that self-expression through art gives her the ability to make connections that might not otherwise take place, so she can “make conversations” with those who view what she has created. The artists in the exhibit, like Sylvia, look forward to the conversations and connections that “It Feels Like Freedom” inspires. Groups wishing to tour the gallery are asked to make arrangements two weeks in advance of their visit and individuals wishing to visit are asked to make arrangements 24 hours in advance. Contact Maggi Kirk, Development and Donor Services Officer, at 215-863-8105, mkirk@philafound.org. To learn more, visit www.philafound.org.

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