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September 25 – October 1, 2013

Harcum College Alumna Publishes Tammy Coil, Mezzo Soprano Memoir at Age 99 to Perform September 29 “ALONE TOGETHER: My Life with J. Paul Getty” By Theodora Getty Gaston

Tri-County Concerts’ Emerging Artist Series

the likes of Dorothy Lamour, Walter Winchell, Bette Davis, Marion Davies, Hearst and Henry Fonda and Gypsy Rose Lee. Teddy eventually became Getty’s fifth, longest-lasting wife. Now, for the first time, in a deeply revealing and pageturning memoir, “ALONE TOGETHER: My Life with J. Paul Getty” (Ecco; On Sale: September 3, 2013), Theodora “Teddy” Getty Gaston, with Digby Diehl, chronicles her

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Harcum College Alumna Teddy Getty Gaston has published a memoir about her life with J. Paul Getty, entitled “Alone Together.” Photo/Guy Webster

Grounds For Sculpture Fall Exhibitions Page 8

Fiona Apple and Blake Mills Tour to Philly Page 16

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n May of 1935, noted beauty and blue-blood debutant singer and Harcum College graduate Teddy Lynch ’29 had a fateful meeting that forever changed her life. In the dim lights of the Club New Yorker nightclub, her friend introduced her to “Paul from California”—a man, who turned out to be, J. Paul Getty. The two would go on to have a heated affair, spending their nights in New York hotspots like El Morocco and rubbing elbows with

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tumultuous love affair and life with the enigmatic oil tycoon and art collector. From the glittering nightclubs of 1930s New York to Mussolini’s Italy, Teddy reveals how, with Getty’s encouragement, she traveled to Europe on the brink of World War II to study opera. Teddy and Paul were married in Italy, but instead of going back with him, she stayed on to work and to perform in concerts. “Alone Together” recreates the drama and danger of living in Rome during Mussolini’s fascist regime, which leads to Teddy’s See “Alone Together” on page 12

Tammy Coil, Mezzo Soprano to perform on Sunday September 29, at 3 p.m. at McInnis Auditorium, Eastern University. ri-County Concerts opens its 73rd Emerging Artists Series with Tammy Coil, Mezzo Soprano on Sunday September 29, 2013 at 3 p.m., McInnis Auditorium, Eastern University 1300 Eagle Road, St. Davids, PA. Tammy will perform works of Brahms, Debussy, Berstein and Bizet’s Habanera from Carmen. General admission is $20, Seniors, $15, Children and Students Free. A post reception and “Meet the Artist” is complimentary. Call 610-649-2517 for reservations and visit www.tricountyconcerts.org. Tammy Coil has performed in many different roles in a vast

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Environmentalists Mary Pipher and Pieter Tans to Speak in Bryn Mawr Guests part of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church’s Free Distinguished Speaker Series sized Culture, where she tackles the ryn Mawr Presbyterian Church way we deal with traumatic inforwill host Mary Pipher, Ph.D., mation about the fate of Mother Earth. clinical psychologist, New York Following her presentation, a book Times best-selling author, and envisale and signing will take place in ronmentalist, on October 7 at 7:30 the church’s Ministries Center. p.m., and Pieter Tans, Ph.D., an internationally-recognized environmental Mary Pipher, Ph.D., clinical psycholscientist, on November 4 at 7:30 p.m., ogist, best-selling author, and as part of a Community Forum Disenvironmentalist will speak at Bryn tinguished Speaker Series on environMawr Presbyterian Church on mental issues. October 7 at 7:30 p.m. The speaker series, presented to the community free of charge by the “Mary Pipher takes on our planet’s Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church greatest problems with the skills of (BMPC) Environmental Justice Coma truly gifted therapist,” best-selling mittee, aims to bring light to urgent author and environmental activist environmental issues currently plaguBill McKibben said of Pipher’s book. ing the planet. Pipher and Tans will “She knows why we avoid and deny also suggest steps we can take to the truth and she knows how we can leave the world better for future genheal ourselves and our communities erations. even as we try to heal the earth. During her visit to BMPC, Pipher This book is a deep and true gift.” will discuss her latest book, The Green Boat: Reviving Ourselves in Our CapSee Bryn Mawr Speaker Series on page 4

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September 25 – October 1, 2013

“State of Veterans Affairs Philadelphia: A Symposium”

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All veterans are invited to attend the first annual “State of Veterans Affairs Philadelphia: A Symposium” on Saturday, September 28, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., at Triumph Baptist Church, 1648 W Hunting Park Ave., in Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Pointman Soldiers Heart Ministry (PSHM), the symposium will focus on the appointment of a Director of Veterans Affairs for Philadelphia, an update on the VA claims backlog (903,286, March 2013), women’s veteran issues and disability benefits for veterans. For info contact PSHM, 215-475-6305, www.pointmansoldiersheartministry.org.

Lankenau Medical Center Hosts “Heart of the Neighborhood Festival”

Jazz Bridge’s “Neighborhood Concert Jazz Series” in Center City Philadelphia at the Lutheran Church of the Holy Communion, 2110 Chestnut Street, presents bassist Mike Boone on Wednesday, October 9. Showtime for this “Second Wednesday Series” is 7:30 p.m., tickets are $10/$5 for students, and are only available at the door. For info: 215-517-8337 or visit www.jazzbridge.org/events/ neighborhood-concerts.

Lankenau Medical Center is hosting a “Heart of the Neighborhood Festival” on Saturday, September 28 from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., at the new Heart Pavilion, 100 E. Lancaster Avenue, Wynnewood, PA. The event celebrates the opening of the fivestory, 274,000-square-foot pavilion and the Lankenau Heart Institute, whose world-class cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons and subspecialists will be collocated in the building to offer patient-centered care, integrating the latest prevention, diagnostic, treatment, rehabilitation and chronic disease management services. Attendees can take part in the day’s festivities including rides and activities, live music and entertaining street performers, A Taste of Philly gourmet food trucks, fire trucks, ambulance and fire safety house simulations, free flu shots for the first 200 community members and free health screenings and information. Free parking is available at all hospital garages. For information, visit mainlinehealth.org/events.

Chinese Music Festival in Malvern The Main Line Chinese Culture Center is hosting its annual MidAutumn Chinese Music Festival on Saturday, October 5, 2013, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., at the Great Valley High School in Malvern. From 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. will be pre-concert activities with instrument displays, moon cakes and merchandise for sale. From 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. is the concert with a cultural slide show. Some of the most popular and oldest (3,000+ years of history) Chinese musical instruments will be featured. Tickets are $10/person with FREE admissions for Seniors 65+ and Children younger than 16. For info, visit www.mlccc.org/concert (click on poster to purchase tickets) or call 215-490-6074.

“An Evening of Cello and Piano”

Performing Arts at Temple Sholom presents “An Evening of Cello and Piano” at Temple Sholom in Broomall on Saturday, October 5, at 7 p.m. Jeffrey Solow, cello and Clipper Erickson, piano each have distinguished careers as musicians and educators. Together, they will perform a beautiful program of works by Beethoven, Brahms and Gershwin. Tickets are $10 and will be available at the Temple office or by calling 610-356-5165 or info@temple-sholom.org. Temple Sholom in Broomall is located at 55 Church Lane, Broomall, PA 19008.

PBSN’s 32nd Birthday Celebration – Dance and Social

Professional and Business Singles Network (BNSN) sponsors a dance Saturday, October 5, 2013 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, 260 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia 8:00 p.m. to Midnight. Admission is $15. PBSN’s DJ, will be spinning your favorite Top 40 dance hits from the 60’s to present. Just drop in. 40s and 50s+ singles. Membership is not required. Jacket and tie optional; please, no jeans or sneakers. Come at 6:45 p.m. for Swing Celtic Master Harpists at Crossroads On Saturday, September 28, Philadelphia’s Crosssroads Music will Dance Instruction included with admission. For info call Bob 610-805host two of the finest living players of the traditional Celtic harp: 5827 or visit www.PBSNinfo.com. Gráinne Hambly from Ireland and William Jackson from Scotland Both Author Visit at Free Library events will take place at 801 South 48th Street at 7:30 p.m. Tickets ($1030) are available online at www.crossroadsconcerts.org and also at at the The Literature Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia will be hosting non-fiction author David DeKok on Thursday, October 17 at 7 door. p.m. Mr. DeKok has written extensively on Centralia, PA, a now abandoned coal mining town that has had an underground fire burning Narberth Area Garden Club Program Mark Shaw’s dual background, as a Board Certified Arborist and a beneath it for the last 50 years. He will discuss why the fire is still burnMaster Gardener, qualifies him as an expert on flowering trees. On ing, what the town looks like now, and how it has influenced popular culThursday, October 3, 2013, at 7:15 p.m., at the Narberth Borough Hall, ture, particularly the horror movie “Silent Hill.” Copies of his book “Fire 100 Conway Avenue, Narberth, PA 19072 (2nd floor), he will present to Underground: The Ongoing Tragedy of the Centralia Mine Fire” will be the Narberth Area Garden Club an illustrated lecture on the assets and available for purchase. This event will be held at the Parkway Central cultural requirements of a group of choice small- to mid-sized flowering Library located at 1901 Vine St., Philadelphia PA 19103. It is free and trees, perfect for our locality, in time for the fall planting season, the best open to the public. For information, call 215-686-5402. time to plant trees. Free for members; $6 for non-members.

Free Large Screen Film Friday, October 4, at 7 p.m., Peace Center of Delaware County, 1001 Old Sproul Road, Springfield, PA, to show acclaimed documentary about the real picture of the War on Drugs, “The House I Live In,” as part of Peace Center’s First-Friday Free Large Screen Film Series. (The House I Live In, U.S., 2012, 1 hr. 50 mins. Not Rated, Executive Producers John Legend, Brad Pitt, Danny Glover, and Russell Simmons. Written and directed by Eugene Jarecki.) Doors at the Peace Center open at 6:30 p.m. for light refreshments. An after-film discussion follows the film. For information or directions, visit www.delcopeacecenter.org or call 610-544-1818.

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ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY EVENTS The Worlds of Thomas Jefferson at Laurel Hill Cemetery

Saturday, October 12 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Sunday, October 13 at 3 p.m. Tickets starting at $30 ($15 for students) are available by visiting brtstage.org or calling the BRT Box Office at 215-785-0100. Bristol Adopted sons, signers of the Declaration, painters, sculptors, men of sci- Riverside Theatre is located at 120 Radcliffe Street in Bristol, PA. ence, ladies of belle letters, famous physicians, pariahs of free press, purveyors of fine wine and, of course, political provokers both friend and Singles Elegant Social and foe: all recognized by Thomas Jefferson as luminaries in our nation’s Experimential Discussion early “Constellation of Worthies.” They now rest peacefully at Laurel Hill. Professional and Business Singles Network sponsors a mixer Tuesday, This walking tour will be led by foremost Jefferson scholar and acclaimed portrayer of America’s third President, William David Barker (visit October 15, at Margaret Kuo’s Akari Lounge, 75 East Lancaster Avenue, www.thethomasjefferson.com), who will be visiting Laurel Hill from his Wayne, PA 19087, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. with the discussion beginning home in Williamsburg, Virginia. The tour will take place on Sunday, 7:45 p.m. “The Art of Internet Dating” Have you tried the internet dating September 29 at 1 p.m., departing from Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gate- services? Which are the best? Worst? What has been your experience? house entrance at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free park- What are your expectations? What strategies might lead to a positive ing is located in the lot across the street from the Gatehouse. The cost experience? Do you have any advice for those new to the singles scene? is $12/person; or $10/students and seniors. Tickets can be purchased at Are you considering trying an internet dating service? Come share your the door, or in advance by phone 215-228-8200 or online at www.thelau- thoughts. Admission is $18. Sharp casual to Business attire. Membership is not required. Just drop in. The group will gather in the lounge relhillcemetery.org. reserved for PBSN tonight. Cash bar, Happy Hour pricing extended until 9 p.m. with 30% off ALL sushi, sashimi & Chinese appetizers. For info Lankenau Medical Center’s John B. Deaver call 610-353-5544 or visit www.PBSNinfo.com. Auxiliary Hosts the Gatsby Gala The Lankenau Medical Center’s John B. Deaver Auxiliary of the Women’s Board is holding its annual dinner on Saturday, October, 5, 2013. This Gatsby-themed gala will take place at the Baldwin School at 6 p.m. and period dress is encouraged. Live and silent auctions will include stays in exclusive properties in Key West and Montana, specialty wine collections and other unique opportunities. The main goal of this volunteerled auxiliary is fundraising to support Lankenau’s progressive expansion of programs and services that enhance patient care. This evening’s proceeds will help the Woman’s Board fulfill its recent $1,000,000 pledge toward this end. To receive an invitation or to become a sponsor, contact Susan Williamson in the Volunteer Office at 484-476-2139 or Williamsons@ mlhs.org. Information can be found at www.mainlinehealth.org/deaver.

Master Ventriloquist Kevin Johnson of “America’s Got Talent” Makes Bristol Riverside Theatre Debut Master ventriloquist Kevin Johnson makes his Bristol Riverside Theatre debut October 11-13, 2013. Through Johnson audiences will fall in love with Matilda, laugh hysterically with Clyde, and relate to the grandfatherly Harley. From an audience participant becoming one of Kevin’s puppets to a magical drawing board coming to life, his show is always an audience favorite. Performances run Friday, October 11 at 8 p.m.,

Tri-State Jazz Society Concert Martin Spitznagel will play for Tri-State Jazz Society on Sunday, October 20, 2013 from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. This concert will be at Haddonfield United Methodist Church, 29 Warwick Road, Haddonfield, NJ 08033. Spitznagel will present a program of ragtime and stride piano that promises to display the virtuosic technique, sophisticated touch, and sparkling repertoire which earned him the title of “World Champion of Old-Time Piano Playing.” Half-price admission is $10, available for firsttime attendees and members; general admission is $20. High school and college students with IDs and children accompanied by a paying adult are free. Pay at the door; there are no advance sales or reservations. The church is about 15 minutes from central Philadelphia via the Ben Franklin Bridge. There’s free parking. For information call 856-720-0232 or visit: www.tristatejazz.org.

Overbrook High School Reunion Overbrook High School (Philadelphia) class of 1968 is holding their 45th reunion on November 30, 2013 at Drexelbrook Catering. Join your classmates for dinner, dancing and a night of celebration and memories. Info available at www.overbrookhighreunion.com or call Denise at 215532-1982. THANKS FOR READING CITY SUBURBAN NEWS EVERY WEEK!

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The second speaker in the series, Pieter Tans, Ph.D., will focus on climate change. A member of the Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado, Tans was a recipient of the Roger Revelle medal in 2010 for his work in expanding our understanding of the global carbon cycle and raising awareness for climate Pieter Tans, Ph.D., will discuss climate change at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church change. Both events on November 4 at 7:30 p.m. will be held in the Sanctuary of BMPC. Reservations are not necessary. For information, visit www.bmpc.org or call 610-525-2821.

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PAFA HOSTS FREE FAMILY ARTS FESTIVAL ON LENFEST PLAZA T RI -C OUNTY P ERFORMANCE Sunday, October 6, from 12 - 5 p.m. Family Arts Festival community partners include The he Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) celebrates the arts with a free Family Arts Festival on Lenfest Academy of Natural Sciences; Philadelphia Chinatown DePlaza on Sunday, October 6, 12 noon to 5 p.m., presented by velopment Corporation; Bartram’s Garden; Philabundance; and the Mutter Museum of the College of Physicians of PNC Arts Alive. The festival will be held rain or shine. The family-friendly afternoon will feature free admission to Philadelphia. The Family Arts Festival kicks off the 2013/14 season of the Museum, live performances by Trinidelphia Jazz Quartet and Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy’s Choral Group, free Family Arts Academy workshops, held on Sundays from in addition to art-making stations, giant board games, and a 2 - 4 p.m. inside PAFA’s Historic Landmark Building. Thanks to the support of PNC Arts Alive, these workshops will be family scavenger hunt. Families will also have a chance to help make a one-of-a- free for all participants this season. The 2013/14 season of Family Arts Academy features 30 kind, interactive installation with 7,000 cans donated by Campbell’s Soup to raise awareness and resources for Philabun- art-making workshops that invite children and their families to create and celebrate art together, while making new friends. dance. “The Family Arts Festival will be a joyful mix of hands-on Each workshop focuses on a different theme, ranging from activities and art-making for everyone to enjoy—both out- African American quilts, family totems, and origami, to Chinside on Lenfest Plaza and inside the Museum, which will offer ese paper lanterns, Mexican folk art, and live animal drawfree admission during this special occasion. We are grateful ing. to PNC for making it possible, and to Campbell’s Soup for their generosity,” says Harry Philbrick, PAFA’s Edna S. Tuttleman Director of the Museum. Other festival highlights include live animal drawing, a teacher resource table, face painting, balloon animals, Little Babies Ice Cream, and PAFA students sketching on Lenfest Plaza.

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Lankenau Medical Center to Host Carol H. Axelrod Memorial Blood Drive or the sixth year, Lankenau Medical Center, the American Red Cross, and the family of the late Carol H. Axelrod will sponsor a blood drive on Monday and Tuesday, October 7 and 8, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., at Lankenau’s Annenberg Conference Center, 100 E. Lancaster Ave., Rooms 101A, B and C. The drive is in memory of Axelrod, a Wynnewood resident, Lankenau Medical Center patient and Philadelphia elementary school teacher, who passed away in July 2008 from multiple myeloma, an incurable cancer of the plasma cells that are found in blood and bone marrow. After her diagnosis in 2003, she continued teaching while fighting the disease with a variety of treatments including two stem-cell transplants. “It is a great privilege for our family to sponsor this annual blood drive in memory of my mother,” said Axelrod’s daughter Michelle Scolnick. “The drive has grown each year, and our collaboration with Lankenau has truly exceeded our expectations. We are on track to collect our 1,000th unit of blood at the hospital, and we couldn’t be happier that this effort has helped so many patients and their families.” Axelrod was dependent on transfusions of blood and platelets for the last year of her life, during which time the transfusions were the only form of treatment she could tolerate. Her family began sponsoring the blood drive as a way to thank Lankenau Medical Center and the American Red Cross for their effort and care during her illness.“My mother lived independently and enjoyed time with her friends and family because she received the blood products she needed,” added Scolnick. “Our family saw first hand what a gift a blood donor can give someone else, and what a difference blood donation can make for hospital patients and their families. We are committed to helping other patients spend more time with their loved ones, and this blood drive is a way of doing that. We are hoping for a great turnout at the drive.” Blood transfusions may be a regular part of treatment for patients with cancer or chronic illnesses such as sickle cell disease. Every unit of donated blood can be separated into components that can be given to as many as three patients, meaning that one donor can help save three lives. All presenting donors at the drive will receive free parking, a gift bag, and free entry into a prize drawing. The family will make a donation to the hospital for every unit collected at the drive. Appointments can be made by visiting www.chablooddrive.org or by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS.

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number of operas. This year she will be debuting with Operaomnia as Minerva in the Moneteverdi Opera. She has sung with Sante Fe Opera, Opera Theater of St. Louis and New Jersey Opera Theatre. In 2009 she sang the role of La Chatte in L’enfant et les Sortileges in Algeri with the Opera Philadelphia. Tammy holds a Masters of Music Degree from the Curtis Institute. Tammy has appeared with the Santa Fe Opera as an Apprentice Artist and with the Opera Theater of St. Louis as a member of the Gerdine Young Artists Program. At the Chautauqua Institution she performed Dorabella in Cosi fan Tutte. She was a soloist in the New York Philharmonic’s production of Candide and has appeared at the Kennedy Center with Marvin Hamlisch and Lorin Maazel. Tammy was a District Winner of the Metropolitan National Council Auditions and placed second the Denver Lyric Opera competition. Jonathan Beyer is unable to appear in this recital. He cancels with regret.

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By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, NJ, presents comedian Bill Engvall in the Arena, Saturday, October 5, at 8 p.m. Sharing the humor in everyday situations has made Bill Engvall one of the top comedians today. For tickets ($39, $29 & $19) or info, call Ticketmaster at 1-800-736-1420 or visit www.ticketmaster.com. • Act II Playhouse, 56 East Butler Avenue in Ambler, PA, presents Joilet Harris: An Knight with a Wilson, Sunday, October 6 at 7 p.m., performing an evening of Gladys Knight and Nancy Wilson songs. Harris is the Barrymore-Award Winning Star of Ella: The Musical. For tickets ($20 for adults, $17 for seniors, $15 for subscribers, and $10 for students) or info, call 215-654-0200 or visit www.act2.org. • Main Line Reform Temple, 410 Montgomery Avenue in Wynnewood, PA, presents Lyric Fest, Sunday, October 27, at 3 p.m., a family concert of classical arias and songs from opera as well as Broadway musicals and film classics. Character pieces from Carmen to Hansel and Gretel, Don Quixote to Don Juan, Dorothy to the Grinch come together with narration by the performers (recommended ages 3 - 12). For tickets ($10 Adults; $5 Children) or info, call 215-438-1702 or visit www.lyricfest.org. • DuPont Theatre, at the DuPont Building in Wilmington, DE, presents Cirque Éloize’s Cirkopolis, October 1-6. Combining circus, dance, and theatre, this show features twelve acrobats and multidisciplinary artists who rebel against monotony, reinvent themselves, and challenge the limits of the factory-city, Cirkopolis. Accompanied by an original musical score and video projections, they live in a world where fantasy defies reality. For tickets (starting at $35) or info, call 800-338-0881 or visit www.duponttheatre.com. Dining Around • High Street on Market, 308 Market Street in Philadelphia, offers Chef Eli Kulp’s menu changing spontaneously to showcase everything from difficult-to-find foraged ingredients to artful Old World preservation techniques. Chef Kulp will share new menu developments via social media. Decor is natural wood walls, wood tables, church pew seating, large creamy subway tiles, blue painted wainscoting, factory windows, hand-crafted loaves of fresh bread stacked on shelves, made-to-order sandwiches at the charcoal grey stone walkup counter seating guests for informal service throughout the day. For info, call 215-625-0988 or visit www.highstreetonmarket.com. • Bar Ferdinand, 1030 North 2nd Street in Philadelphia, offers Merienda (mai.ree.end.a), an afternoon snack and/or beverage in the Spanish tradition. Enjoy an assortment of Vinos, Sangria, Cervezas, and Tapas for $4 at the bar, Monday through Friday from 5 - 7 p.m. For info, call 215-923-1313 or visit www.barferdinand.com. • Glenmorgan Bar & Grill, 593 East Lancaster Avenue in Radnor, PA (in The Radnor Hotel), offers Executive Chef Michael

See “Joilet Harris: An Knight with a Wilson,” Sunday, October 6 at 7 p.m. at Act II Playhouse. Luongo’s three-course prix fixe menu of hearty German cuisine for $29, any night for dinner through Sunday, October 13. Pair the meal with a bottle of Shiner Oktoberfest for $6. For reservations or info, call 610-341-3188 or visit www.glenmorgan.com. Museum News • Woodmere Art Museum, 9201 Germantown Avenue in Philadelphia and architect and designer Peter Brown offer the return of the Harry Potter Straw Maze, open for eight weekends from through November 3, coinciding with new children’s exhibitions and weekly art making activities. Designed for families and children ages 4-11, visitors can climb inside Harry Potter’s world and go on their own adventure between 100-pound bales of straw. Admission to special exhibitions is $10 for adults, $7 for seniors, and FREE for students, children and Museum members. For info, call 215-2470476 or visit www.woodmereartmuseum.org. Special Events • The Fishtown Neighbors Association will host the 6th Annual RiverCity Festival, Saturday, October 5, from 12 - 5 p.m. in historic, Penn Treaty Park, 1199 N. Delaware Avenue in Philadelphia. Families can enjoy the free family fun area with games and contests, an inflatable rock wall, moon bounce, inflatable obstacle course, field games, magic shows, and more! For info, call Neil Brecher, 610-761-6896 or visit www.rivercityfestival.org. E-mail releases two-weeks in advance of publication date to jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format above.

Celebrate Autumn with Fall Festival and Designer Scarecrows ach fall, scores of families across the Delaware Valley look forward to the Morris Arboretum’s Fall Festival, a weekend of autumn fun and activity held the first weekend in October. Celebrating its fifteenth year, the Morris Arboretum will host this year’s annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. The Arboretum’s glorious landscape provides the perfect backdrop for this lively event. Colorful trees burst forth with hues of orange and red as families gather to make scarecrows, paint a pumpkin, or taste local apple varieties from Weavers Way Co-op. Fall Festival is a highlight of the Arboretum’s fall calendar with something for everyone. What makes the event so unique is that almost all the activities are geared toward both children and adults, allowing families and friends to spend a wonderful afternoon together. Some Fall Festival activities have an additional fee. Check www.morrisarboretum.org for details. Among the favorite activities is the scarecrow making. The Arboretum supplies all the materials, including the scarecrow frames, hay and a vast selection of clothing to craft a super scarecrow. This is serious business for many folks who are intent on having the “best-dressed” ‘crow around. Visitors are encouraged to come early for scarecrow-making, as many visitors head right to that area to ensure their pick of the best outfit. Kids also enjoy choosing and creating a pumpkin “masterpiece.” Pumpkins can be purchased and painted in a vari-

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C I T I Z E N C O P E B R I N G S I N T I M AT E S O L O A C O U S T I C PERFORMANCE TO PHILADELPHIA Friday, October 18 at Merriam Theater fter a decade of touring, song writing, storytelling, and evolution, Citizen Cope presents an evening of solo, acoustic work in Philadelphia at the Merriam Theater on Friday, October 18 at 8 p.m. A self-realized musical, poetic and production entity over past nine years, Citizen Cope has released four albums – Rain Water, Every Waking Moment, and The Clarence Greenwood Recordings, to name a few – each of remarkable depth and distinction

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Citizen Cope presents an evening of solo, acoustic work in Philadelphia at the Merriam Theater on Friday, October 18 at 8 p.m. that paints an auditory American landscape in which despair wars with hope and hope, tied to love, is elusive. Tickets for Citizen Cope are available from $35 to $39.50 by calling 215-893-1999, online at www.kimmelcenter.org, at the Kimmel Center box office, Broad & Spruce streets (open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). Dug deep into the rich soil of American music, Citizen Cope’s roots take inspiration from Bill Withers, Neil Young, John Lee Hooker, Van Morrison, Willie Nelson and Al Green. As a troubadour, Cope is a one-man band, trying to make sense of all the nonsense that marks the 21st Century, relentlessly crisscrossing the land as a master storyteller exposing all that haunts his heart. Born Clarence Greenwood, a child of the seventies, Citizen Cope is the radically mashed-up product of Greenville, Mississippi; Memphis, Tennessee; Vernon, Texas; Austin, Texas; Washington, D.C.; and Brooklyn, New York. These locations are felt everywhere in his stories. His sounds are southern rural, big sky lonely, concrete urban, and painfully romantic.

FALL 2013 REVIVAL Wed., October 9 • Thurs., October 10 Fri., October 11, 2013 All Services start at 7 p.m. Revivalist is Reverend Patrick Cheston, M. Div. of Christian Hope Baptist Church, Philadelphia, PA Holy Cross Baptist Church 1900 N. 63rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19151 215-879-8190 Reverend Vincent E. Stokes, Sr., M. Div. Pastor, Holy Cross Baptist Church

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Dining Around – Carmel Café & Wine Bar in Wayne, PA

Grilled Lemon Chicken & Artichoke Flatbread topped with Fontina cheese, arugula, and lemon Parmesan aioli. Photos/Courtesy Carmel Café By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer armel Café & Wine Bar, 372 West Lancaster Avenue in Wayne, PA opened to the public on September 9. This is the chain’s first location outside of their Florida turf. They are continuing their Mod Med cuisine that offers a modern interpretation of healthy dishes from Spain, France, Greece, and Morocco served in small and large plates. The worldwide wine list offers three, six, or nine ounce pours, as well as by the bottle. A major plus is they serve water, both still and sparkling, from their in-house water filtration system at no charge to guests. Their other distinction is their MenuPad system that allows guests to order from their table on iPad like tablets. You can view colorful photos of the entire menu by scrolling, tapping, and sending your meal and wine selections directly to the kitchen. You can also control the timing of your meal by ordering each course when you are ready. You won’t have a waiter hovering over you, unless you use the MenuPad to ask for a server to come to the table. For those guests who don’t want to use the new technology, a full printed menu is available with a personal server to take your order. We began our dinner with the Mezze Platter ($14.99) that brought a large plate of edamame hummus, spicy roasted red pepper muhammara dip, cheese stuffed peppers, crispy fried feta, marinated artichoke hearts, sundried tomato, and grilled pita triangles. This plate was large enough for two to

share. We tried the Grilled Lemon Chicken & Artichoke Flatbread ($8.69) topped with fontina cheese, arugula, and lemon Parmesan aioli. Flatbread dishes range in price from the Tomato Margherita at $7.79 to the Braised Short Rib & Portabella for $9.39. Salads range in price from $4.19 for the Black Olive Caesar made with romaine hearts, Parmesan, in a black olive Caesar dressing to $15.99 for the Mediterranean Ahi Tuna. We shared the Red & Yellow Roasted Beets salad ($9.49) in a bowl dressed with goat cheese, arugula, and toasted pistachios in blueberry vinaigrette. A creamy Lobster Bisque is $4.99 for a cup or $6.99 for a bowl. This is a must-try serving. For entrees, we ordered the pan-seared Braised Short Ribs with creamy asiago polenta and olive tapenade ($10.99 small plate / $15.99 large plate) that was two fork tender short ribs with a pool of tasty polenta. Our next entrée was the Basque Crab Cakes ($10.49 small plate / $15.49 large plate)

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Basque Crab Cakes topped with roasted almonds and a small avocado salad on the side. that brought creamy light and well-seasoned baked crab cakes topped with roasted almonds and a small avocado salad on the side – another must-try dish! Our trip through the Mod Med menu ended with two intense Chocolate Truffles on a stick. We’ll be back! Carmel Café & Wine Bar accepts all major credit cards. For reservations or info, call 484-580-6725 or online visit www.carmelcafe.com.

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Grounds For Sculpture Presents Fall/Winter Exhibition Season Opening to the public October 19, 2013 n October 19, Grounds For Sculpture (GFS) will open its Fall/Winter Exhibition Season with five superb new exhibitions by renowned artists as well as a selection of highly talented student sculptors and accomplished early career artists. The artists featured this season look for inspiration in different places and work with many kinds of materials. They have each looked at the contemporary world with intelligence and sensitivity, communicating through the complex language of visual art in ways that viewers will find intriguing, exciting, and enlightening. In the north gallery of the Museum Building, GFS presents Edwina Sandys: Provocative and Profound. Sandys’ vibrant personality and her extraorIn the Domestic Arts Building’s mezzanine gallery, GFS dinary life – she is the grandpresents a “mini-retrospective” exhibition of work by d a u g h t e r o f S i r Wi n s t o n internationally acclaimed artist Athena Tacha, entitled Churchill – are reflected in the “Sculpting With/In Nature (1975-2013).” Shown is Wave. remarkable body of work she has created over forty years as an artist. Her subject matter addresses essential issues regarding society, human nature, and life as a woman, in ways that are both playful and thought-provoking. Her style conveys the concept of balanced opposites (i.e., solid and void, dark and light) that has increasingly unified her work across materials and dimensions. Sandys’ exhibition at GFS includes large-scale, painted aluminum sculptures, one prominently sited in front of the Museum, models of commissioned and proposed works, pedestal sculptures in bronze, marble, and stainless steel, and a selection of collages, prints, and paintings. The south gallery of the Museum Building features William Knight: Out of Context which includes important sculptures from his series incorporating black tire and rusted belt wire fragments that he finds along New Jersey highways. These thoughtfully worked compositions become either suspended forms composed of solid and empty space or gestures of open form affixed next to the wall and enhanced by the dramatic shadows they create. The exhibition also includes Knight’s recent explorations into other found materials, both natural and man-made, some of which he combines with the tire pieces and some that travel in a new direction. His latest works are represented by four ingeniously quirky pedestal sculptures that combine the delicate glass and wire mechanisms from inside various light bulbs with bits of wire, “Target of Abuse,” 1994, hardware, plastics, mirrors, wood, and so on, and seem to painted aluminum, 37 inches have a purpose that is mysterious and a bit magical. high, by artist Edwina In the Museum’s Loft Gallery which features the work of Sandys. Photo/courtesy accomplished early career artists in the GreenLight series, of the artist See Grounds For Sculpture Exhibitions on page 12

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EDUCATION NEWS Lansdowne Friends School Cross Country Team or the first time in recent histor y of the school, Lansdowne Friends School participated in an interscholastic competition. Students took part in a cross country

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Third, fourth, fifth and sixth graders pose with Head of School and cross country coach Joan McKinstry after their first meet at Friends Central School on Sept. 18. meet at Friends Central School on September 18. The cross country team was organized by new Head of School John McKinstry, an avid runner with more than twenty years of coaching experience. “We run cross country to build stamina, resilience, good sportsmanship, healthy lifestyles, a healthy attitude toward competition and community,” McKinstry said. For info, visit www.lansdownefriendsschool.org.

Duo Alterno Performs at Bryn Mawr On Sunday, October 6 at 4 p.m., the Departments of Music and Italian Studies at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges present the DUO ALTERNO, featuring Tiziana Scandaletti, soprano and Riccardo Piacentini, piano, performing “Sea Songs – Canti di Mare,” contemporary Italian music for soprano and piano. This concert will be held in the Goodhart Music Room at Bryn Mawr College, 150 N. Merion Ave. in Bryn Mawr, PA, and is free and open to the public. For info 610-896-1011 or www.haverford.edu/music/events.

Overbrook High School Reunion Overbrook High School (Philadelphia) class of 1968 is holding their 45th reunion on November 30, 2013 at Drexelbrook Catering. Join your classmates for dinner, dancing and a night of celebration and memories. Info available at www.overbrookhighreunion.com or call Denise at 215-532-1982.

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eumann University has launched a Social Media Strategy course in conjunction with the National Institute for Social Media (NISM). The course is designed to teach the uses of social media in business and the skills to become proficient in strategic social media methodologies. It also prepares participants to take the NISM Social Media Strategist certification examination. This six-week course addresses the strategic questions that a business must consider in order to find the right mix of social media tools and engagement. It assists participants in understanding when to engage in social media (and when not to) by developing processes and procedures for multiple scenarios. Students in the course will apply these skills to a simulated company to gain first-hand experience about implementing these concepts in a controlled environment. Participants who complete this course will be able to create an effective social media strategy; understand the legal and ethical landscape of social media; create a comprehensive social media marketing plan; build an online community around an organization’s brand; and demonstrate the value of social media to organizational leaders. According to Dr. Robert Bunnell, interim dean of Neumann’s Continuing Adult and Professional Studies division, “The effective and ethical use of social media in all forms of business is critical to success in the 21st century, and this course will provide students with cutting edge skills and strategies that will keep them ahead of the curve. We believe that completion of this course and subsequent certification will enhance not only the students’ capabilities, but their opportunities for professional advancement as well.” The National Institute for Social Media is dedicated to social media education and certification for professional social media practitioners. The organization’s mission is to provide premier, vendor-neutral public education and resources related to social media. In addition, its Industry Advisory Committee defines certification and continuing education standards for social media professionals in a manner that upholds industry standards for competent practice. For more information, visit www.nismonline.org.

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Funded by PNC Arts Alive, eZseatU Makes the Arts Accessible: Kicks Off Sixth Season with Free October 15 Concert for College Students at the Kimmel Center ollege students from throughout the region can attend an unlimited number of concerts by the renowned Philadelphia Orchestra under the popular eZseatU membership program, one that is unmatched throughout the country. The program kicks off Tuesday, October 15, at 8 p.m., at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts with a Free College Concert led by Orchestra Associate Conductor Cristian Măcelaru. The performance includes Tchaikovsky’s Polonaise from Eugene Onegin; Strauss’s Don Juan; Abe’s Prism Rhapsody for marimba and orchestra, featuring Won Suk Lee, winner in the Senior Division of the Philadelphia Orchestra 2013 Albert M. Greenfield Student Competition; Falla’s Suite No. 2 from The Three-Cornered Hat; and Ravel’s Bolero. The program, now in its sixth season, also includes a performance by Temple University’s Diamond Marching Band performing outside the Kimmel Center before the concert, along with entertainment by local university mascots. After the concert, entertainment will be provided by jazz musician Luke Carlos O’Reilly in the Kimmel Center lobby during a party that includes free food and drinks and that will be attended by Orchestra musicians. Designed for college students, the eZseatU membership program offers unprecedented access to in-demand concert tickets at a fraction of the cost. As an integral part of the Orchestra’s online college ticket program, eZseatU is geared toward full-time students who have an appreciation for the arts but who may not have the means to enjoy them.

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Last year alone, nearly 1,800 college students took advantage of the program and used approximately 5,230 eZseatU tickets throughout the concert season. To purchase an eZseatU annual membership, online visit www.philorch.org/ezseatu to create an account and pay the one-time fee of $25. Members then reserve spots online beginning each Tuesday for a concert that week and print the free ticket. Students must bring a valid student ID to gain admission. Additional tickets for up to four full-time student guests are available for just $8 each. If a concert sells out, there is still an opportunity to get in. Student rush tickets are available at the Box Office 90 minutes prior to the start of each performance for just $8. The benefits to eZseatU are endless, with everything from discounts at area restaurants to access to post-concert events such as the popular College Art Night exhibition in the spring, a post-concert event featuring the artistic talents of students along with free food, drinks, live music, and the opportunity to mingle with musicians of The Philadelphia Orchestra. The eZseatU program is part of The Philadelphia Orchestra’s decades-long tradition of presenting learning and community engagement opportunities for listeners of all ages across the Delaware Valley. For info or to purchase a membership, visit www.philorch.org/ ezseatu.

Crozer-Keystone Marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Free Events in October

rozer-Keystone Health System has planned a range of activities in October to raise awareness and provide education about breast cancer and how it can be prevented and treated. Here is a listing of the events taking place throughout the month: Throughout October, pink lights will illuminate Crozer-Keystone hospitals, and a breast cancer awareness basket will be displayed in the cancer centers at Delaware County Memorial Hospital and Crozer-Chester Medical Center and in the SAY YOU SAW IT IN CITY SUBURBAN NEWS main lobbies at Springfield Hospital and Taylor Hospital. The basket will be raffled off on Oct. 31. Oct. 1: Think Pink Day and Informational Tables All Crozer-Keystone employees are encouraged to wear pink. InforBrand Your Business by Advertising in mational tables about breast health and cancer prevention will be available in public areas at Crozer-Keystone hospitals City Suburban News! Call 610-667-6623 Today! from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stop by for Information and a free soft pretzel. Oct. 2: Lunch and Learn Educational Program, “What Is a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence?” Learn about clinical breast exams and screenings and the role genetics plays in screening recommendations in the Northeast Conference Room #2 at Crozer-Chester Medical Center from noon to 1 p.m. Lunch will be provided. Speakers: Colette Hyatt, M.S., genetic counselor; and mammography technician. Oct. 8: Educational Program, “Breast Health” Get the facts about breast health at the Rachel Kohl Library, 687 SmithBridge Rd., Glen Mills at 7 p.m. Speaker: Mary Rooney, R.N., B.S.N., OCN, CBCN, nurse navigator. Oct. 15: Lunch and Learn Educational Program, “What Is a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence?” Learn about clinical breast exams and screenings and the role genetics plays in screening recommendations from noon to 1 p.m. in the lower level conference room at Springfield Hospital. Lunch will be provided. Speakers: Colette Hyatt, M.S., genetic counselor; and a Crozer-Keystone mammography technician. Oct. 17: Educational Program, “Breast Health: Screenings, Navigation and Genetics” Y L K WEE ITE This comprehensive educational program will take place in Café Carl at Springfield HospiVOR A F S INE’ IN L E MA tal. Registration and dinner begin at 5:30 p.m. Educational program runs from 6 to 8 p.m. & TH A I H t to LP ADE PHIL A light dinner will be provided. Speakers: Thomas Matulewski, M.D., medical director of ss Organis World-Cla Free Concert s rk o rm W the Center for Breast Health and DCMH; Colette Hyatt, M.S., a genetic counselor; and a o s rf e e r P tu a e FREE F J R Festivael d Ar tists OUE n Crozer-Keystone mammography technician. o rs e FIINNDSYID P n ITY First by Renow COMMUNERE! Oct. 21: Lunch and Learn Educational Program “What Is a Breast Imaging Center of H S W NE Excellence?” Learn about clinical breast exams and screening recommendations from noon to 1 p.m. in Room A at Delaware County Memorial Hospital. Lunch will be provided. Speakers: Colette Hyatt, M.S., genetic counselor; and a Crozer-Keystone mammography technician. Oct. 23: Educational Program, “Breast Health: The Role Genetics Plays on Screening Recommendations” Part of the “Dining at the Lake” series, this program will take place at the Crozer-Keystone Regional Cancer Center at Brinton Lake, 500 Evergreen Drive, Glen Mills, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. A light dinner will be provided. Speaker: Colette Hyatt, M.S., genetic counselor. Oct. 28: Educational Program, “Breast Health” Get the facts about breast health at the Marple Township Library, 2599 Sproul Road, Broomall, at 7 p.m. Speaker: A Crozer-Keystone clinician. Oct 29: Lunch and Learn Educational Program, “What Is a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence?” Learn about clinical breast exams and screenings and the part genetics plays on screening recommendations from noon to 1 p.m. in meeting room A/B at Taylor Hospital. Lunch will be provided. Speakers: Colette Hyatt, M.S., genetic counselor; and a CrozerKeystone mammography technician. In addition to these events, Crozer-Keystone will partner with outside organizations to provide breast cancer information and activities throughout the month. P H I L A D E L P H I A & T H E M A I N L I N E ’ S FAV O R I T E W E E K LY All programs are open the community. Pre-registration is necessary. For information or to register for these events, contact Healthline services at 610-284-8158. PO Box 17, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004

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Rosenberg, Fieldwork Coordinator for Harcum College’s Occupational Therapy Assistant Program. “CarFit provides older adults with the tools to understand and apply the safety features of their vehicles.” Those 65 years and older are the fastest-growing population in the United States. By 2030, one in five drivers will be 65 years of age or older, equating to more than 30 millions older drivers on our roads. Due to their fragility, seniors have the second highest crash fatality rate per mile. “It is critically important that mature drivers make safety a personal priority,” said Rosenberg. “Driving today is more difficult than ever because of increased traffic congestion, longer commute distances, larger vehicles and faster speeds. Older drivers can take important measures themselves to mitigate the stress associated with driving.” The CarFit session will be held in the Pennswood Hall parking lot at Harcum College; drivers can enter from Montgomery Avenue or Pennswood Road. Participants must register in advance—space is limited. For info or to register, contact Rosenberg at 610-526-6024 or erosenberg@harcum.edu.

Active Aging Week at the PALM Offers Special Events he Center for Positive Aging in Lower Merion (PALM) is hosting Active Aging Week, an international celebration promoting lifelong health and wellness in older adults. The Wellness Matrix, encompasses seven dimensions of wellness including: physical, spiritual, vocational, intellectual, emotional and environmental wellness. From Monday, September 23 to Saturday, September 28, 2013, the PALM is free and open to Active Aging Adults to explore and participate in a wide array of health and wellness activities, presentations fun filled events. This celebration will take place at The PALM Center, located at 117 Ardmore Avenue, in Ardmore, PA from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. during Active Aging Week. Upcoming events, include: Wednesday, Sept. 25 is a restaging of the USO for a fun day of dancing and socializing. Thursday, Sept. 26 presents performers of special talents such as comedians, dancers and poetry readers to entertain the older adults. Friday, Sept. 27 focuses on PALM’s Fashion Show and Luncheon allowing everyone to join in the festivities and show off their most stylish suits and dresses. Saturday, Sept. 28 wraps up Active Aging Week with a Community Health Fair at the PALM for all ages coordinated by Zion Baptist Church – Ardmore and PALM. For information, call the PALM at 610-642-9370 or visit www.palmseniors.org.

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Romare Bearden Children’s Book Reading Event at Sanderson Museum he Christian C. Sanderson Museum in Chadds Ford will be hosting readings of the Romare Bearden children’s book Li’l Dan, The Drummer Boy on Saturday, September 28 at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Also included in the event will be the chance for kids to make their own drum, just like the one in Bearden’s story. This reading and interactive project will be part of the museum’s three days of events marking the opening of their new Civil War exhibit, “History Made Personal: The Civil War,” September 27, 28, and 29. These events also include an opening reception, and local author Bruce Mowday discussing Pickett’s Charge. Romare Bearden was an extremely influential AfricanAmerican artist and writer who was a major figure in the art community in the 1960’s and 70’s. He was also awarded the National Medal of Arts in 1987. His work Li’l Dan, The Drummer Boy tells the story of a slave boy who loves to play his drum. In the book, Dan is freed by Union soldiers, whom he later saves with his drum after they are attacked by Confederate soldiers. This book was only discovered after Bearden’s death in 1988, and was the only children’s book Bearden ever

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year-long imprisonment with foreign journalists and POWs. When she finally returned to the U.S. and Paul, the two settled down in Malibu, California and eventually one of Teddy’s dreams was realized—in 1946 she gave birth to a son named Timothy. Despite the glitz and glamour of the privileged life, at its heart “Alone Together” is the simple story of a mother and wife, who was painfully alone at some of the most difficult times in her life. Shortly after Timmy’s birth, Getty left his wife and child behind for years at a time to negotiate oil business in Saudi Arabia. When Timothy was diagnosed with a brain tumor, Getty failed to return home, instead, focusing on extravagance of the doctor’s bills. Teddy was both trying to save her marriage to a man whose only focus was oil and women- and battling Timmy’s illness alone. By the time Timmy died, at the age of twelve, the marriage between Teddy and Paul was disintegrating. Turning 100 this September, Teddy Getty Gaston, in “Alone Together,” paints an intimate portrait Harcum College Alumna Teddy Getty of a difficult man—a man who was America’s Gaston has published a memoir about first billionaire during their time together; a ter- her life with J. Paul Getty, entitled “Alone rifically charismatic but neglectful companion; a Together.” Photo/courtesy HarperCollins driven businessman who refused to put his family first. In 2007, Ms. Gaston received Harcum College Alumni Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Theodora “Teddy” Getty Gaston, born in Chicago in 1913, began singing at the age of sixteen in the chorus of J. J. Shubert’s Arms and the Maid and, in the twenties, performed as a torch singer in New York’s most prestigious supper clubs. She studied opera in Europe and worked for the New York Herald Tribune during World War II. After a long romance, she married J. Paul Getty, with whom she had one child. During their eighteen-year marriage, Teddy acted in Forgotten Women and Billy Wilder’s The Lost Weekend, and she started a water company, a candy company, and a children's charity in her son’s name. In 1990, she wrote her first book, The Mark of the Eagle.

An Odyssey to Truth: Faces of Our Fathers Film Festival lysses “Butch” Slaughter, local author and filmmaker, brings the Faces of Our Fathers Film Festival to Neumann University on Thursday, October 3, at 6 p.m. The festival features thought-provoking and diverse films based around fathers and fatherhood. It is meant not only to highlight emerging filmmakers to the general public, but to encourage student artists to integrate the timeless issues of fatherhood into their filmmaking. The presentation will feature four short films, poetic interludes and a questionand-answer segment with the filmmakers behind the productions. The stories include Slaughter’s film about his own painful past. When Slaughter was only 12 years old, his father killed his mother while he was in the house listening. “I hated [my father] for a very, very long time,” said Slaughter. “Ultimately, together, we were able to rewrite our story. We were able to find healing. My hope is that our story will serve as an inspiration for to anyone struggling with forgiveness.” Other films tell the story of a father of six who discovers a strange baby in the back seat of his taxi, the tale of a drug dealer who adopts a little girl whose mother is addicted to his drugs, and the account of a Christian who is intolerant of his father’s hospital help. “That’s why I call it Faces of Our Fathers,” Slaughter explained. “There are infinite faces and infinite stories. Anyone who attends this campus screening will experience a range of emotions. People will laugh, cry, scream, shout and even be surprised. I am confident that everyone who attends will want to do it again.” Slaughter says a college campus is one of the best places to bring up deep discussion on topics such as fathers because of its diversity. “Campuses are diverse in their own ways. You get students from all around the world in addition to faculties with rich experiences. For all the diversity, we all have one thing in common. We all have some kind of father story.” The Film Festival, which is free and open to the public, will be held on the Fred P. Meagher Theatre in the Bruder Life Center at Neumann University. For info, contact 267-318-0117.

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wrote. The museum will present the book as a recorded reading by Maya Angelou. Afterwards, children will have fun making a replica of Li’l Dan’s drum that they can take home. Cost is $3 per child. “History Made Personal: The Civil War” will be on display at the Sanderson Museum through November 30. The Sanderson Museum The Sanderson Museum presents “Li’l Dan, The represents a man’s life and a Drummer Boy” by nation’s history. It contains Romare Bearden. an eclectic array of art, military memorabilia, presidential artifacts, local history, and collectibles. Open March through November, Thursday through Sunday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment. Visit the museum at 1755 Creek Road (old Route 100), Chadds Ford, just north of Route 1. Admission to the museum is $5 and free for members and children under 12 accompanied by an adult. For information, call the museum at 610-388-6545 or online visit www.sandersonmuseum.org.

Lauren Clay and Rachel Udell have been selected to present their work in two consecutive exhibitions during the Fall/Winter season. In her exhibition (10/19/2-13 - 1/5/2014), Lauren Clay shows new work comprised of variously scaled versions of modern sculptor David Smith’s Cubi sculptures, taking his late tendency to interconnect the experience of geometric solid and reflective surface further. Her constructions are largely made of cardboard and paper-mache and covered with pastels or her intricately marbleized paper. The second GreenLight exhibition (1/18 - 4/13/2014) features the work of Rachel Udell, whose materials are yarn, fabric, string, lace, and other fibers. She knits, crochets, and knots soft sculptural forms that may be suspended, wall-mounted, or sit on pedestals. Her sophisticated artworks sometimes reveal an underlying anxiety, but most often evoke colorfully patterned sea creatures or plant-like organisms. The main gallery of the Domestic Arts Building highlights the exceptional work selected for International Sculpture Center’s (ISC) 19th Annual Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards. The program was established by ISC in 1994 to recognize, support, and encourage highly talented young sculptors. This year, 414 student artworks were nominated by college and university professors. A distinguished panel of jurors – Drew Goerlitz, artist and professor of sculpture at SUNY Plattsburgh (NY), Elizabeth Neilson, Director of the Zabludowicz Collection in London, England, and Rein Triefeldt (NJ), a solar environmental sculptor – selected 12 artworks that effectively integrate aesthetic proficiency with meaningful content. In the Domestic Arts Building’s mezzanine gallery, GFS presents a “mini-retrospective” exhibition of work by internationally acclaimed artist Athena Tacha, entitled “Sculpting With/In Nature (1975-2013).” In the early 1970s, Tacha was one of the first artists to create sculptural environments bridging nature and humanity, turning her back on the commercial art world and choosing to work in the area of public art—large scale projects not just to be looked at, but to be experienced. Tacha has won over fifty competitions for permanent public art commissions, and her work has changed the face of urban public spaces in the United States. This exhibition includes beautifully crafted models, reliefs, and drawings for commission proposals, and selected photographs of her executed public works, as well as her early artist books, small landscape sculptures, and recent photo-works. In the Education Gallery, from September 21 - November 3, the TCNJ Art Honor Society Exhibition highlights works by The College of New Jersey student teachers who are members of the Art Honor Society, Phi Kappa. This exhibition explores how educators’ artwork, process, and beliefs translate into their teaching practices. From November 16 - December 15, Team Work will feature artwork by the staff of three organizations whose offices are located on the Grounds For Sculpture campus: GFS, the International Sculpture Center, and The Sculpture Foundation. Their artwork demonstrates the talents of individuals who are inspired by sculpture and art on a daily basis. Ming Fay’s Canutopia, a large scale mystical garden utopia and the premier exhibition in the East Gallery, remains on view through December 15, 2013. New works on view in the park this season include Bruce Lindsay’s Between Essence and Existence and Isaac Witkin’s Tender Yearning. Grounds For Sculpture, located in Hamilton, New Jersey (midway between Philadelphia and New York), is a forty-two acre sculpture museum, garden, and arboretum on the former site of the New Jersey State Fairgrounds. Founded by Seward Johnson to promote an understanding and appreciation of contemporary sculpture, GFS has been engaging visitors since 1992. Grounds For Sculpture features more than 270 contemporary sculptures and five galleries with rotating exhibitions. In addition, the park offers workshops for children and adults, concerts, performances, fairs, shopping and fine dining at the Zagat’s-rated Rat’s Restaurant. In May, 2014, GFS will open its largest exhibition to date – encompassing the main galleries as well as outdoor areas – a retrospective of the life’s work of artist and GFS founder, Seward Johnson. Park hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, $8 for students; children 5 and under are free. Visit www.groundsforsculpture.org for information.

Narberth Oktoberfest The fifth annual Narberth Oktoberfest is Saturday, October 5, 2013, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. For the third straight year it has been held under festival tents in Narberth Park. The $40 ticket price includes local beers, live music, and festival food, including a pig roast, turkey, pretzels, brats & sauerkraut, dessert, and more. All guests who buy tickets in advance, by October 4, will have a free souvenir mug waiting for them at the door. Proceeds benefit the Narberth Volunteer Fire Department and the Narberth Dickens Festival. For information, visit www.narberthonline.com.

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