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Dilworth Park lights up for the Holiday – an Interview with Giavana Suraci of the Center sounds of Christmas are significantly reduced because City District and in full splendor. of the pandemic – but not this By Nathaniel Lee UC Review Correspondent

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hristmas is back and there’s no place where this is more evident than in the Center City area of Philadelphia where the sights

Each year Center City’s Dilworth Park rivals the North Pole with its beautiful light shows, vendors and other holiday activities which attract residents and visitors alike. Like so many things, the size and scope of the holiday events and activities were

year! “At Dilworth Park we are holiday central,” said Giavana Suraci, Manager, marketing and event for the Center City District. “We have the Rothman Orthopedic Ice Rink, which is the center piece of winter out-

Photos Courtesy of the Center City District website.

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Christmas Village In Philadelphia Presented By Bank Of America Announces 2021 Vendors, Menus, New Additions, Attractions quality international and local And Events gifts along with beautiful dec-

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hristmas Village in Philadelphia presented by Bank of America will once again return to LOVE Park and City Hall for its 14th consecutive season. Through Christmas Eve, Christmas Village will transform Center City into an authentic open-air German Christmas market. Holiday sights and sounds featuring thousands of twinkling lights, festive Christmas decorations, theme weekends and live music are waiting to bring you all the Christmas-time feels. Shoppers will find high-

orations at over 110 vendor booths spanning across LOVE Park, City Hall Courtyard and North Broad. Everyone is invited to warm up with a glass of mulled wine or hot chocolate while enjoying the great variety of European food and drinks. Get ready to take in the view of the holiday action from a seat on the 65’ tall Ferris Wheel presented by T-Mobile. Other family fun attractions include the Kids Train presented by SEPTA and a brand-new double decker

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Let’s have a moment of silence for West Philly Speedboys legend By Napoleon F. in regulation play, Harper Clarence “Eggy” Tillman Kingcade would take the inbound pass Sports Reporter

and quickly sprint up the court. Once he got past the t happened half-court line, Harper threw just last week, up a prayer. The ball stayed the Rutgers in the air and once it came Men’s Basketball down, the basketball hit nothteam made history. They ing but net. Harper drained a knocked off # 1 ranked Purbuzzer-beater to knock off the due by a score, 70-68. It was a # 1 ranked team in the nation. game that went into the hisBeating Purdue, this was truly tory book. Rutgers guard Ron an upset. Harper Jr. launched an excitAfter Rutgers fans stormed ing three-point jumper to give the court, the team staged a the Scarlet Knights its first big celebration. It was the best victory over a # 1 nationally celebration that the television ranked team. audience had ever seen. The In the game, Ron Harper Scarlet Knights did it at center Jr. was outstanding. With court. It was Rutgers’ first roughly three seconds left

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Black and white photo of Clarence “Eggy” Tillman when he played for the Speedboys at West Philadelphia High School.

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Rothman Orthopedic Cabin which is decorated to look like a rustic ski chalet,” she said during our interview. Suraci said the cabin, where you can find holiday refreshments and a cozy place to rest and socialize between the many activities available, is ‘perfect for refueling” between events and activities. “We have over 43 local vendors who are on site this year selling handmade jewelry, art work, clothing, home goods, everything you can imagine and it’s really exciting to have those vendors at the park because it’s 35 percent minority businesses,” she said. Not to mention that 70% are woman owned businesses. Not only can one pick up the ideal holiday gift for friends, family and loved ones but they can also rest in the fact that by doing so they are supporting the local economy and minorAQUARIUM ity owned businesses as well. “They’re Pirates are all from the Philadelphia area so you can supback in Philaport local entrepreneurs while delphia after relaxing ayou’re 300 year ab- at the park. The ice-rink is a popular sence. ...favorite which attract people from all the city and beyond but those who love outdoor Page only 5 activities not can enjoy the rink but have other attracSPORTS tions to enjoy as well. 17-year-old “In addition to the cabin, Coco Gauff market and the ice-rink we will also join haveforces the beautiful open with 40-yearair winter garden on the old Venus Lawn presented by Greenfield Williams... TD Bank and if you haven’t Page 8

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Christmas Village Carousel. Special events and programs return to the market this year, including the Grand Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, German American Weekend, Family Day and on-going wine, beer and spirit tastings. For new surprises, don’t miss the City Hall Courtyard, which will be completely remodeled for this year with wooden huts, the new double decker carousel, and a new German-style food court with seating. Visitors will feel like they are wandering the romantic winter street of a historic town in the heart of Germany. Admission for Christmas Village is free as always, with food, drink and shopping pay as you go. 1) Hours/Schedule Christmas Village in Philadelphia presented by Bank of America opens daily. The openair Christmas market will remain open through Christmas Eve, Friday, December 24th.

Daily market hours are Friday through Saturday 11:00am to 8:00pm, and Sunday through Thursday 11:00am to 7:00pm. Thanksgiving Day hours are 9:00am to 5:00pm, and Christmas Eve hours are 11:00am to 5:00pm. 2) Connect with Christmas Village Spread the cheer by following @philachristmas on Instagram and Twitter, liking Christmas Village on Facebook, or visiting www.philachristmas.com. Check the official event hashtag at #philachristmas, tag the Christmas Village location in your post and share your experiences. 3) What’s New for 2021 • The Courtyard section of City Hall will get a major upgrade in 2021 with wooden vendor huts in front of the historic backdrop of City Hall that will have visitors imagining they are wandering a market in Europe. • In an effort to promote equity and reflect the diversity of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods, the City of Phila-

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delphia’s Commerce Department partnered with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation to provide grants to support minority-owned vendors at the Christmas Village. Through these grants, The Welcoming Center and Sable Collective and the Magic Makers

Marketing Collective will each recruit three or more local minorityowned businesses to vend at the Christmas Village and provide them with a booth at little or no cost.” • For the first time ever, crowd favorite food options like the charcoal grilled Bratwurst, the Swiss Raclette Cheese and the Belgian Fries will pop up at the Courtyard along with a brand new German style Beer Garden, selling local craft brews by Brewery Techne and Mainstay Brewing Co. Look for a special surprise exclusive new beer to bring home and put under the tree! • The Spaetzle booth, Germany’s take on mac’n’cheese, will even get its own booth in 2021 to feature the biggest soft egg noodle menu ever. * Children will have twice the fun, while riding not one, but two tiers of the historic carousel in the Courtyard. * New exclusive Spirits Tasting Events will be offered with local PA distillery Boardroom Spirits distillery. • For beer lovers, this year there will be Beer Flights that can be ordered exclusively online together with a small surprise and enjoyed, for example, in the German style beer garden called “The Alm” sponsored by the German Consulate General in New York.

• There will also be a collector mug in a new design for 2021. Also be on the lookout for our popular boot mugs and the return of our beer stein mugs, which have been sold out completely in the past. 4) Returning Traditions • The tradition of preview weekend returns from November 20th and 21st to explore the market before Thanksgiving. • Well-known German ornament and gift vendor Käthe Wohlfahrt will be back as well in the large heated tent. •The Ferris wheel presented by T-Mobile will once again transport visitors to lofty heights and give them a stunning view over the Christmas market. Right next to it, kids can ride the Christmas Village Kids train presented by SEPTA. • On Wednesdays 11am, the Free Library of Philadelphia will offer kids reading hours to the public. On Dec 8th, Mayor Jim Kenney will join the fun to read cheerful stories with the little ones. • At the Make A Wish® Wall, visitors will have the opportunity to inscribe their wishes on wooden hearts. • At the GermanAmerican weekend, visitors have the opportunity to prove their skills at traditional German games such as a beer stein holding competition and celebrate German-American

friendship with a German style Bratwurst and traditional German performances. • In partnership with PAWS, Philadelphia visitors will again have the opportunity to adopt a dog directly at the market and give them a forever home. • and: Santa plans to be back for photos this season. 5) New Food Court and Beer Garden in City Hall Courtyard The most exciting new upgrade for Christmas Village this year is the transformation of the City Hall Courtyard into a German-style food court and beer garden. Step through City Hall’s majestic stone passageways to the Courtyard and travel from Philadelphia to the streets of Munich! The old layout and vendor tents will be replaced with an all new layout, the addition of the charming and signature wooden booths from LOVE Park, the addition of outside seating, and a new beer garden. Cheese lovers will now also have the opportunity to purchase the popular cheese sandwich from Raclette Chalet in this new location. Foodies can now get the beloved sandwich at Love Park AND the City Hall Courtyard for the first time ever. In addition, there will also be another Schwenkgrill (swivel grill) on which traditional German bratwursts will be

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the committee on a nearly party line vote of 15-8, with Rep. Mike Zabel, D-Drexel, the only Demohe House Judicia- crat to vote with Republiry Committee has cans. Committee Minority advanced legisla- Chairman Tim Briggs, tion to amend the PennD-King of Prussia, offered sylvania Constitution by a motion to table the vote creating term limits for because he said the comthe state’s Supreme Court mittee hadn’t previously Justices and appellate reviewed the legislation, court judges. and he believed all conHouse Bill 1880 would stitutional amendments amend the Pennsylvania deserve at least one meetConstitution to impose ing. a two-term limit for jusRep. Emily Kinkead, tices of the state Supreme D-Allegheny, agreed and Court for a total of 20 said it was “incredibly years, though those curimproper” to vote the bill rently serving who exout of the committee. ceed the threshold would “I believe we should be permitted to complete have a hearing,” Kinkead their terms. said. “I believe we owe it Committee members to the people of Pennsylapproved an amendment vania to … flesh it out.” during a meeting MonCommittee Chair Rob day to also extend the Kauffman, R-Franklin, same restriction to judges countered that amending on the commonwealth the constitution requires and superior courts. the General Assembly to “As a member of the approve identical legislaHouse Judiciary Comtion in two consecutive mittee, I am pleased this sessions, before it’s preimportant legislation was sented to voters on the voted out today and is ballot. now on its way to the full Pennsylvania’s SuHouse for consideration,” preme Court justices said Rep. Frank Ryan, are elected to 10-year R-Lebanon, the bill’s terms with a statewide sponsor. “yes” or “no” vote for The bill and amendretention every decade. ment were approved by The seven-member high

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court is composed of five Democrats and two Republicans. Justice Thomas Saylor, a Republican, handed over his chief justice roles earlier this year to Justice Max Baer as he approached the 75-years-old age limit to serve on the court and his term ends Dec. 31. Baer, a Democrat, will be 75 in December 2022. Democrat Justices Christine Donohue, Kevin Dougherty and David Wecht are serving terms that run to January 2026. Democrat Justice Debra Todd’s term runs until December 2027, while Republican Justice Sallie Updyke Mundy’s term ends in January 2028. Under current law, Mundy, Wecht, Dougherty, remain eligible for retention until 2037, while Debra Todd could serve until 2032 and Donohue until 2027, when they would reach the age of 75.

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features at Dilworth, can we? “One of the biggest, most exciting aspects of winter at Dilworth is our Deck The Halls Light Show,” said Suraci. “That is projected on the West facade of City Hall and animates the cities architecture and sculptures.”

The lights run on a non-stop loop beginning 5:00 pm every night and will do so until January 1st. “So, if you’re in the park, you just look up at City Hall, you’ll see lights, you’ll hear music – it’s really beautiful if you haven’t had a chance to see it,” she said.

Just one question, if you haven’t had a chance to see it, what are you waiting for? All programs are weather permitting and subject to change. Dilworth Park is located at 1 S. 15th St., on the west side of City Hall. Want to learn more? Visit DilworthPark.org.

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win over a top ranked team, the best in school history. Even before the game started, the Scarlet Knights had a moment of silence for a key member of the 1983 men’s basketball team. His name was Clarence “Eggy” Tillman who played high school basketball at West Philadelphia High. Tillman was one of the top contributors to the magical run that Rutgers made during the 1982-83 season. The Scarlet Knights had finished that season with a 23-8 record. They made a run to the Sweet 16. They made it to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after defeating Louisiana 60-53. Tillman played three seasons for the Scarlet Knights as he averaged 11.7 points per game during his time in Piscataway, New Jersey. Before Rutgers played Purdue, the men’s basketball team held a moment of silence for the 6-foot-8 forward who played his heart out for the Rutgers men basketball program. It seems that moment of silence sparked the Rutgers men’s basketball team to pull off their upset. Back in 1978, Tillman played in the first McDonald’s All-American Game at the Philadelphia Spectrum. The talented Speedboys’ star became the team’s AllTime leading scorer in West Philadelphia High history. He finished his high school basketball career with 1,752 points. After his graduation from West Philadelphia High, Clarence “Eggy” Tillman played college basketball at the University of Kentucky. When Tillman finished his freshman year, he trans-

Clarence Tillman standing between Mike Powell and Gene Banks while he holds his # 25 jersey at a big ceremony that was held inside the new gym at West Philadelphia High School.

ferred to Rutgers University where he became one of the top scorers on the team. In his senior year, Tillman led the Scarlet Knights to the Sweet 16. In that game, the Scarlet Knights lost to St. John by a score, 66-55. Clarence Tillman was the top scorer. In the game, he played 25 minutes and led his team with 16 points. Once his college basketball career was over, Tillman played professional basketball in Europe, South America and the Caribbean. He finished his pro basketball career as a great shooter and decent rebounder. Today, Clarence Tillman can no longer tell his own incredible story. The legendary West Philadelphia High basketball star passed away on Sunday, December 5. Tillman was 60-yearsold. He passed away at his home after a long fight with illness. It’s unclear what exactly caused his death. Back in 2017, many of his high school teammates gathered together to help him out. They set up a Go-Fund-Me page so he could get a handicap scooter. His team-

mates helped him raised over $10,000 to purchase one. Tillman needed a scooter to get him around to different places. Clarence Tillman was thankful for what his teammates did for him. His teammates knew he couldn’t do the things he used to do. When he received his scooter, Tillman and his teammates gathered for lunch and had a great celebration. During that time, the former West Philadelphia High basketball star was battling many physical ailments. It was hard for him to walk around and travel to different places. At his home, a stairway railing was built by two of his high school teammates. Vincent Ross and Greg McKinney built a railing that stretched from the basement to Tillman’s bedroom. They took it upon themselves to help one of their own. The railing made life easier for Tillman. The men did a good job building the railing inside his home. It was a good deed he would never forget. From January 25, 1976 through February 19, 1978, the West Philadelphia High Basketball team claimed the

Pennsylvania record by winning 68 games in a row. The winning streak didn’t stop until archrival Overbrook High beat the Speedboys, 6261, on February 21, 1978, at Overbrook High. In defeat, Tillman had finished the game with 24 points and 11 rebounds. At West Philadelphia High, Tillman had played on a great team with Gene Banks, Darryl “City Lights” Warrick, Mike Nichols, Mike Powell, James “Pee Wee” Thomas, Vincent Ross, Timmy Smith, Joe Garrett, Lou Crawley, Gregory McKinney, Randy Barr, Donald Watkins, Ron Williams, Terry Scott and Tyrell Biggs.The Speedboys were loaded with great talent. The Speedboys had won 104 of 106 games over a four-year span. In 1977, the West Philadelphia Speedboys went 30-0 for the season and were named the best high school basketball team in the nation.They were ranked the number one team in the nation after the Speedboys won the national title. Together, they won three City Championships and three Public League

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Philadelphia will mandate COVID vaccinations in food establishments By Victor Skinner The Center Square contributor

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hiladelphia city officials will require restaurants and entertainment venues that sell food to demand all who enter show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, though there are exemptions for religious or medical reasons. “Starting Monday January 3, Philadelphia establishments that sell food or drink for consumption onsite will require that everyone who enters has completed their COVID vaccinations,” according to the city website. “Completing vaccinations means that they have received two doses of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.” The decree applies to patrons, employees and children over age of five years, three months. Employees and kids will be required to have at least one dose by Jan. 3 and to finish the vaccine series by Feb. 3. The city is phasing in the mandate by allowing negative COVID-19 tests within the past 24 hours until Jan. 17, after which “everyone will need to be fully vaccinated.” The new rules apply to many, but not all, places where groups gather to eat indoors in public, including restaurants, cafes, bars, sports venues, movie theaters, bowling

alleys, convention and catering halls, casinos and food courts. It does not apply to K-12 lunchrooms, early child care facilities, hospitals, soup kitchens, congregate care facilities or residential or health care facilities. It also does not apply to places that typically sell food or drinks for offsite consumption, such as grocery stores, convenience stores or stores in the Philadelphia International Airport. “People with proof of valid religious or medical exemptions and children under five years and three months are exempt from the mandate,” according to the city website. Those with exemptions, however, still would need a negative COVID-19 test within the past 24 hours to enter establishments that seat more than 1,000. City Health Commissioner Dr. Sheryl Bettigole blamed the mandate on rising COVID-19 case rates, a new omicron variant of the coronavirus and the alleged risk of transmission from visiting indoors unmasked when she announced the decision Monday during a virtual news conference. “I don’t want to close our restaurants or the other types of businesses that sell food,” Bettigole said. “I want them to stay open and operate safely. “Since we can’t make people wear masks when they’re eating, we need to increase the vaccina-

Shown are COVID-19 vaccination record cards in Glenside, Pa., on Monday, Dec. 13, 2021. Matt Rourke / AP

tion rate of people in those situations.” “This announcement will help reduce the spread of COVID when people are enjoying the city’s restaurants and other establishments that sell food,” she said. Bettigole encouraged folks to report establishments that do not comply. “If you see an establishment not following the rules, you can call 311 and we’ll send out inspectors to educate them on the new mandate and to enforce, if necessary,” she said. Bettigole pointed to the city’s unvaccinated residents as the reason behind the move, and

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she encouraged those who have resisted to reconsider. “As the mayor said earlier, Philadelphia is doing a great job staying masked and getting vaccinated, but with hundreds of thousands

of Philadelphians who are eligible for vaccines but did not get fully vaccinated, we need this additional safety measure to make us safer and avoid some of the worst outcomes we’ve seen in other states,” she said.

“If you haven’t gotten your vaccine yet, there’s still time to get fully vaccinated before this mandate goes into effect, and you can keep going out to eat and to enjoy yourself at covered entertainment venues safely.”

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Feast of the Nativity Friday, December 24, 2021 5:00 PM Festival Eucharist & Blessing of the Crèche The Very Reverend Judith A. Sullivan, Presider & Preacher Dr. Thomas Lloyd, Canon for Music and the Arts Mr. Wesley Parrott, Cathedral Organist The Cathedral Singers Organ Prelude: Prelude No. 54 (Une Jeune Pucelle) - Robert G. Farrell Variations sur un Noël Bourguignon - André Fleury Choral Anthems: People Look East! - Besançon carol - arr. by Thomas Lloyd Behold the Star! - William L. Dawson O come, O come Emmanuel - arr. by Thomas Lloyd O Leave Your Sheep - French carol Quittez pasteurs - arr. by Kenneth Leighton Tomorrow shall be my dancing day - English carol - arr. Bob Chilcott When the song of the angels is stilled - Elizabeth Alexander In the bleak midwinter - Harold Darke Organ Postlude: PAEAN on ‘Divinum Mysterium’ - John Cook

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along with Gene Banks, Darryl Warrick, Mike Powell and Joe Garrett smiled in front of the cameras. In 1978, Tillman was named and placed on the McDonald’s AllAmerican team. He was one of two players from Philadelphia who was selected. The other was Reggie Jackson who played for Roman Catholic High. Tillman was also named to the Parade All-American team and the Scholastic Coach All-American team. In 2017, Clarence Tillman was inducted into the Philadelphia Black Hall of Fame. Today, funeral arrangements have been set for the legendary basketball star. Funeral services will be held for Clarence “Eggy” Tillman on Friday, December 17, at Pinn Memorial Baptist Church, located at 2251 North 54th Street. A public viewing will run from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Tillman leaves behind his wife Carol, family and many friends.

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incoming registrations. • The National Flood Insurance Program You can still register by ARRISBURG, (NFIP) has paid poligoing online at disasterPA – 90 days cyholders more than assistance.gov or by callhave passed $67.1 million for 1,819 since a major federal di- ing the FEMA helpline at claims filed to repair 800-621-3362. Lines are saster was declared for and rebuild floodopen 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 the Commonwealth of damaged property p.m. Help is available in Pennsylvania after the and contents. most languages. Remnants of Hurricane • The Disaster RecovMore than $82.7 milIda left many Pennsylery Centers closed on lion in federal disaster vanians with losses and November 20. During funds have been apdamage. On September their mission, 1,712 10, 2021 President Biden proved, including: survivors visited the • More than $61.4 milsigned the declaration centers. lion in Individual that allowed FEMA to • During their misAssistance grants for assist. The declaration sion, which ended Oct. housing assistance. provided Individual As5, Disaster Survivor Assistance (IA) for eight (8) • More than $21.2 milsistance teams canvassed lion in grants for counties: Bedford, Bucks, neighborhoods in all Other Needs AssisChester, Delaware, Monteight designated counties tance to homeowners gomery, Northampton, There were 5,330 and renters to repair Philadelphia, and York. homes visited with 2,172 or replace certain Since then, between household items, pay survivor interactions FEMA, the National Disaster response for disaster-related Flood Insurance Proinvolves the whole commedical and dental gram, and the U.S. Small expenses, and certain munity, including local, Business Administration, other disaster-related state, and federal agenmore than $192.3 milcies, the private sector, expenses. lion in federal assistance nonprofit, voluntary, and • A total of 66,323 has been approved for faith-based organizaFEMA housing inPennsylvanians. FEMA tions. Volunteers have spections have been and its federal partners been working tirelessly completed. continue working daily to help Pennsylvanians to support the common- • The U.S. Small Busiwho were impacted by ness Administration wealth and its residents the remnants of Hurhas approved more as they rebuild their lives ricane Ida get back to a than $42.5 million in and communities. more normal life. low-interest disaster In the 90 days since The following agenloans to repair and rethe declaration, a total of cies have engaged in place damaged prop70,941 people in the eight assisting survivors of erty and contents. designated counties have the disaster: Pennsylva• All the above numapplied for federal asbers continue to grow nia VOAD (Voluntary sistance. as FEMA and the SBA Organizations Active The registration period in Disaster); Southeastcontinue to process ends on Jan. 10, 2022. ern PA VOAD (SEPA VOAD); York County VOAD; Northeastern PA VOAD (NEPA VOAD); American Red Cross; Salvation Army; United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR); United Church Christ Disaster Ministries; Southern Baptist Convention; Pennsylvania SPCA; ACLAMO (Accíon Comunal Latino Americano de Montgomery County / Latin American Action Committee of Montgomery County); Team Rubicon; United Way 211; Lutheran Disaster Services; Lutheran Disaster Response; Presbyterian Disaster Response; Adventist Community Services; Chester County Food Bank; The Elevated Studio; Nationalities Service Center; and Philabundance. FEMA’s Public Assistance Program (PA) is

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Science Fiction for December 2021 By Henry L Lazarus Special to the Press/Review 2021 has been a memorial year for Fantasy and Science Fiction.

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AK037 is the last surviving warbot of his model. Built for the war between Dalrea and Carthia on the planet Mervos using human technology, he knows his days are numbered. Then Dalrea makes peace with Carthia in order to attack the human settlement for more of the technology. After the first attack he is ordered to kill the local human ambassador, but he refuses to kill the man’s seven-year-old daughter. Then when his Mervon friend Harb finds a way to remove the inhibitions that make he obey orders, He decides to take Hannah across the continent and across the water to the human island. Michael Drakich’s Requiem For A Genocide (ebook ) is a wonderful tale of an impossible quest. Sometimes helped by Mervans and sometimes hindered, he slowly falls apart, determined to use his finals hours to help the girl get to her people, Wonderful.

Charlie N. Holmberg has an odd romance on a world with real gods. Because her fiancé loves another Ceris Wenden volunteers to become a Star Mother (paper from 47North), impregnated by the Sun, her child will replace a dead star in the sky. She expects to die at the birthing and go to the star mother heaven. But she doesn’t, and on returning to the human world, discovers that seven hundred years have passed. She decides to find her decedents who have moved

to another city, and along the way is helped by a godling who has escaped his chains. In the skies above the Sun and Moon are at war, which sometimes can damage human settlements. Very nice tale.

Druadaen was orphaned at 9 and raised in an archive. Working as an outrider in the Concentium of Dunarra, he starts finding that parts of This Broken World (hard from Baen) don’t make sense. Charles E. Gannon has a fun tale of Druadaen’s quests he tales along with a few soldier-of-fortune types including a magician. The Bent come out in hordes from their deep caverns every decade despite lack of enough food. Then there are the giants who are too big to even move, the dragons who fly with relatively small wings, and even a continent that appeared suddenly within the historic record. I really enjoyed this tale of exploration and can’t wait for the sequel that may provide the answers to the questions.

In 1928, a decade after a bunch of European countries invaded The US from Canada over a stolen microbe that allows telepathy, Liam Mulcahey is working for a very rich family as

a mechanic and is close friends with the son. He doesn’t remember being one of the Devil’s Henchmen who used the microbe to work together in their exoskeleton machines. The whole population of the US has been infected with a mild form of the microbe, allowing the creation of illusions. Unfortunately, there are evil plans afoot. A friend, Grace, helps release his memories with a drug added to Absynthe (paper from DAW). Brendan P. Bellecourt tells an exciting tale in which solutions lie under layers of deceit. Very exciting and I hope for more from Mr. Bellecourt.

David Bara tells of Jared Clement, a Robert E . Lee figure whose Rim Worlds rebellion from the 5 Suns system was over food and corruption. The five suns had been settled with generation ships from Earth three centuries before and was now suffering from over population. Nine years later, his former lover and second-in-command, Elara Devore, requests him to command the first faster-than-light ship to Trinity (paper from Baen). is She had risen to Admiral in the 5 Suns fleet and fears economic collapse. Trinity has resources to prevent that. So, with a small crew and the weapons he demanded before accepting the job, he sets out expecting an unhabited solar system with three livable worlds. That would have been boring. There are lots for fun ship to ship action, treachery, and enough unanswered questions to allow a sequel. This fun tale is complete in itself. Recommended. Tom Kratman, Justin Watson and Kacey Ezell

wonder what would have happened if Germans at the end of World War I decided to send a small expedition of rearmed Russian prisoners to rescue the Tsar and his family before they were murdered. The Romanov Rescue (hard from Baen) involves a spare Zeppelin, a bunch of captured arms, and a lot of daring. The tale is well researched and feels as though it might have been real. Genevieve Cogman may have concluded her fun tale of a multiverse ruled on the chaotic end by the Fae and on the Order end by Dragons. Separated from the multiple worlds is the Invisible Library whose agents keep the balance by collecting rare books. Irene Walker, working with her dragon prince lover Kai, and the great detective Vale, she has to face the Library’s greatest foe, her father Alberich, and find out why the ex-librarian turned against it. The reason is The Untold Story (paper from ACE) of the Library’s creation. Worlds are being destroyed and something is taking control of Librarian’s minds. The answer to both problems lies in the very heart of the Library where ancient beings will do anything to stop her. This is the usual fun melodrama that defines the series. Honor Harrington fans will enjoy her brief return in David Weber and Eric Flint’s To End in Fire (hard from Baen) The evil Mesan allience, responsible for genetic slavery, has set up two bolthole planets. Until Honor is called out of retirement to lead a fleet in attack on one of them, numerous zoom meetings on both sides are necessary to set up that final battle. This is a must for fans of the Honorverse. Hank Davis and

Christopher Ruocchio have a group of tales of Cosmic Corsairs (paper from Baen). DAW has an anthology of Valdemar tales by Mercedes Lackey with Boundaries (paper). Dr. Henry Lazarus is a retired Dentist and the author of A Cycle of Gods (Wolfsinger Publications) and Unnaturally Female

(Smashwords).Check out his unified field theory at henrylazarus.com/utf.html that suggests fusion generation requires less energy because only one frequency is needed rather than a full spectrum. It also explains dark matter, the proliferation of subatomic particles, and the limit of light speed for matter.

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with its horses, carriages and reindeers to ride on. The carousel will be open from Friday to Saturday 11:00am to 8:00pm and from Sunday to Thursday from 11:00am to 7:00pm. ATTRACTIONS 7) Ferris Wheel Pre6) The Christmas Vil- sented by T-Mobile lage Carousel Get ready to take in a Look for a special two- view of the Christmas tiered Christmas Vilmagic from on top of lage Carousel this year, the tallest Christmas atlocated in the middle traction in Philadelphia! of City Hall Courtyard, Christmas Village will surrounded by a new again feature a 65’ high food court. This old Ferris Wheel presented school carousel is great by T-Mobile on the fun for the whole family North Apron, keeping

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open from Friday to Saturday 11:00am to 8:00pm and from Sunday to Thursday from 11:00am to 7:00pm. “SEPTA is the best way to get to-and-from Christmas Village,” said SEPTA CEO and General Manager Leslie S. Richards. “SEPTA’s trains, buses and trolleys offer convenient and affordable travel options for the whole family this holiday season. Kids 11 and under ride for free, and discounted fares are available on the SEPTA Key card. We encourage everyone to plan a festive ride on SEPTA this holiday season.” 9) Sweet Treats from Ritter Sport This year, the rides at Christmas Village are twice as sweet as usual: Every ride on the Christmas Village Carousel, the Ferris Wheel and the Kids Train comes with a sweet surprise from Ritter Sport on top. If you can’t get enough of German chocolate, you have the chance to run into brand ambassadors every weekend as they stroll through the market and hand out free chocolate bars, or you can also visit the Ritter Sport Hut in the City Hall Courtyard.

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The Following Crimes Occurred Between Friday, December 3rd, and Thursday. December 9th. 3rd DISTRICT: To report a crime in the 3rd District, please call 215-6863030. Reporting 3rd District crimes from Lombard St. to Mifflin St. and Delaware Ave. to Broad St.: Assault: 900 E Passyunk Av, 200 Greenwich St, 200 Mifflin St, 900 Mifflin St, 600 S 4th St, 1100 S 5th St, 1800 S 6th St, 1500 S 7th St, S 11th St & Mifflin St, 1200 S 13th St. Burglary: 0 Queen St, 700 S 9th St. Robbery: S 11th St & Catharine St. Theft: 300 Catharine St, 300 Christian St, 1700 E Moyamensing Av, 1800 E Moyamensing Av, 700 E Passyunk Av (2 Incidents), 100 Ellsworth St, 900 Lombard St, 1300 Lombard St, 800 Morris St, 500 S 2nd St (2 Incidents), 1500 S 5th St, 1700 S 5th St, 1800 S 5th St, 1800 S 6th St, 1600 S 10th St, 1700 S 10th St, 1800 S 11th St, 900 S 12th St, 500 S Christopher Columbus Blvd, 900 S Front St, 1500 S Front St, 1200 S Mildred St, 100 Sigel St, 200 South St, 400 South St, 600 South St, 1000 South St, 800 Tasker St, 200 Washington Av, 600 Watkins St, 500 Wharton St, 100 Wilder St. Vandalism/Criminal Mischief: 0 Mifflin St, 500 S 5th St. Other Offenses (Any incident that does not fit into other definitions, and may include public drunkenness, runaways, loitering, weapons offense or missing person): 100 Catharine St, 600 Clymer St, 1700 E Passyunk Av, 500 S 2nd St, 700 S 5th St, 900 S Broad St, 1600 S Front St, 1300 S Juniper St, 1200 Washington Av. 6th DISTRICT: To report a crime in the 6th District, please call 215-6863060. Reporting 6th District crimes from Spring Garden St. to Lombard St. and Front St. to Broad St.: Assault: 1100 Arch St, 100 Chestnut St, 1300 Filbert St, 700 Market St, 800 Market St, 900 Market St, 900 Race St, 0 S 2nd St, 100 S 13th St, 200 S 13th St, 1300 Spring Garden St, 800 Spruce St, 300 Walnut St, 1300 Walnut St (2 Incidents). Burglary: 200 Chestnut St (2 Incidents), 0 Letitia St, 400 N 9th St, 300 S 12th St (3 Incidents), 200 S 13th St, 400 S 13th St (2 Incidents), 1000 Spring Garden St, 900 Spruce St. Robbery: 300 N 12th St, N 12th St & Arch St, 100 S 10th St. Theft: 400 Arch St, 1000 Arch St, 1000 Cherry St, 1300 Chestnut St, 1100 Locust St, 1300 Locust St (3 Incidents), 800 Market St, 900 Market St, 1100 Market St, 1200 Market St, 1300 Market St (4 Incidents), 400 N 3rd St, 0 N 9th St, 100 N 9th St, 200 N 9th St, 500 N 9th St, 100 N 10th St, 500 N Broad St, 0 N Juniper St, 900 Noble St, 400 Race St, 800 Race St, 1000 Race St (2 Incidents), 1100 Ridge Av, 400 S 2nd St (3 Incidents), 100 S 10th St, 100 S 11th St, S 13th St & Sansom St, 1200 Saint James St, 100 Spruce St (2 Incidents), 200 Vine St, 800 Walnut St, 1300 Walnut St, 1000 Wood St. Vandalism/Criminal Mischief: 1300 Chestnut St, 900 Clinton St, 1300 Lombard St, 800 Market St, 1000 Pine St, 900 Spruce St (2 Incidents). Other Offenses (Any incident that does not fit into other definitions, and may include public drunkenness,

runaways, loitering, weapons offense or missing person): 1000 Cherry St, 200 Market St, 0 N 3rd St, 500 N 6th St, 400 Pine St, 900 Race St, 200 S 13th St, 800 Spring Garden St, 1300 Spring Garden St, 500 Spruce St. 9th DISTRICT: To report a crime in the 9th District, please call 215-6863090. Reporting 9th District crimes from Fairmount Ave. to Lombard St. and Broad St. to the Schuylkill River.: Assault: 2100 Arch St, 1400 Fairmount Av, 1900 Hamilton St, 100 N 18th St, N 22nd St & Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, 400 N Broad St, 100 S 15th St, S 15th St & Market St, 300 S 18th St, 200 S Sydenham St, 1600 Vine St. Burglary: 1600 Arch St, 1400 John F Kennedy Blvd, 1600 Locust St, 100 N 23rd St, 1600 Pine St, 1700 Pine St (2 Incidents), 1800 Pine St, 300 S 20th St, 200 S 24th St, 1800 Sansom St, 1900 Spruce St, 2300 Spruce St. Robbery: 1800 Cuthbert St, 1900 Fairmount Av, 1700 John F Kennedy Blvd, 200 Mozart Pl (2 Incidents), 400 N Broad St, 1500 Spring Garden St, 1500 Spruce St, 1700 Wallace St. Theft: 2000 Addison St, 1500 Arch St, 1900 Arch St (3 Incidents), 2200 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, 1800 Brandywine St, 1500 Chestnut St, 1600 Chestnut St (2 Incidents), 1700 Chestnut St, 1900 Fairmount Av, 1600 John F Kennedy Blvd, John F Kennedy Blvd & N 15th St, 1500 Locust St, 2000 Market St (4 Incidents), 100 N 15th St, 200 N 18th St, 400 N 20th St, 200 N 22nd St, 2000 Pennsylvania Av, 1500 Pine St, 1900 Pine St, 1900 Rittenhouse Sq, 0 S 16th St, 200 S 16th St, 400 S 16th St, 100 S 17th St, 200 S 18th St, 400 S 22nd St, 200 S 24th St (2 Incidents), 1700 Sansom St, 2000 Sansom St, 1500 Spruce St, 1500 Wallace St, 1500 Walnut St (2 Incidents), 1600 Walnut St, 2200 Walnut St, 700 Water Works Dr. Vandalism/Criminal Mischief: 1400 John F Kennedy Blvd (2 Incidents), 100 S 16th St, 300 S 16th St, 200 S 24th St, 200 S Broad St, 2000 Walnut St. Other Offenses (Any incident that does not fit into other definitions, and may include public drunkenness, runaways, loitering, weapons offense or missing person): 1400 John F Kennedy Blvd, 1700 John F Kennedy Blvd, 0 N 15th St, 300 N Broad St, 500 N Broad St (3 Incidents), 0 S 15th St, S 15th St & Chestnut St, 2100 Spring Garden St, 2500 Spring Garden St, 1600 Stock Exchange Pl, 1400 Vine St. 12th DISTRICT: To report a crime in the 12th District, please call 215-6861320. Reporting 12th District crimes within Southwest Philly bounded by Baltimore at 49th St. to Bartram Dr. at 60th St.: Rape: 2000 S Frazier St. Assault: 6000 Angora Ter, 5400 Chester Av, 6000 Elmwood Av, 1200 S 52nd St, 1300 S 52nd St, 1400 S 54th St, 2500 S 58th St, 1600 S Conestoga St, 2000 S Salford St, 5700 Springfield Av, 5700 Willows Av. Burglary: 1329-27 S Ruby St, 4900 Baltimore Av, 5400 Chester Av, 1300 S 58th St. Robbery: 4900 Baltimore Av, 5300 Kingsessing Av, 1000 S 53rd St, 1600 S 53rd St, 5000 Warrington Av. Theft: 5800 Angora Ter, 4900 Bal-

timore Av, 5500 Chester Av, 5200 Grays Av, 4900 Kingsessing Av, 5300 Kingsessing Av, 1000 S 52nd St, 1000 S 54th St, 1800 S 58th St, 1600 S 59th St, 1700 S Ruby St, 5000 Springfield Av, 5500 Upland St, 5400 Whitby Av, 5300 Willows Av. Vandalism/Criminal Mischief: 5500 Beaumont St, 5500 Belmar St, 1000 S 52nd St, 2400 S 57th St, 2000 S Cecil St, 1300 S Wilton St, 5900 Springfield Av. Other Offenses (Any incident that does not fit into other definitions, and may include public drunkenness, runaways, loitering, weapons offense or missing person): 5400 Chester Av, 5300 Lindbergh Blvd, 5500 Linmore Av, 1100 S 53rd St, S 60th St & Reinhard St, 5800 Trinity St (2 Incidents), 5300 Woodland Av. 16th DISTRICT: To report a crime in the 16th District, please call 215-6863160. Reporting 16th District crimes from Girard Ave. to Market St. and from the Schuylkill River to 52nd St.: Assault: Fairmount Av & Lancaster Av, 3300 Market St, 3900 Market St, 4000 Market St, N 39th St & Lancaster Av, N 40th St & Market St, N 41st St & Haverford Av, 800 N 42nd St (2 Incidents), 0 N 48th St, 900 N 50th St, 600 N 52nd St, 700 N Preston St, 800 N Preston St, 4000 Ogden St, 4100 Ogden St, 4900 Parrish St, 3900 Reno St, 700 Union St, 4400 W Girard Av, 3400 Wallace St (2 Incidents), 4300 Westminster Av (4 Incidents). Burglary: 4500 Lancaster Av. Robbery: 3300 Haverford Av, 4500 Mandela Way, 100 N 34th St, N 40th St & Parrish St, N 41st St & Lancaster Av, 5000 Race St, 3500 Wallace St. Theft: 4900 Brown St, 3300 Fairmount Av, 0 Farson St, 5100 Funston St, 3700 Haverford Av, 3800 Lancaster Av, 4000 Lancaster Av, 4200 Lancaster Av, 4600 Lancaster Av, 2900 Market St, 500 N 31st St, 300 N 34th St, 700 N 39th St, 0 N 40th St, 700 N 40th St, 1100 N 41st St, 300 N 42nd St, 700 N 43rd St (2 Incidents), N 49th St & Race St, 0 N 50th St, 200 N 50th St, 0 N 52nd St, 500 N Preston St, 4100 Ogden St, 600 Pallas St, 1000 Pallas St, 4100 Parrish St, 4600 Parrish St, 5100 Parrish St, 3800 Pennsgrove St, 3900 Pennsgrove St, 3700 Powelton Av, 4000 Powelton Av, 4200 Powelton Av, 5000 Race St, 5100 Reno St, 3800 Spring Garden St, 3600 Warren St, 3800 Wyalusing Av, 5100 Wyalusing Av. Vandalism/Criminal Mischief: 5100 Funston St, 0 N 48th St, 100 N 52nd St, 600 N 52nd St, N Creighton St & Race St, 4300 Westminster Av, 4300 Wyalusing Av. Other Offenses (Any incident that does not fit into other definitions, and may include public drunkenness, runaways, loitering, weapons offense or missing person): 3700 Brandywine St, 800 Brooklyn St, 4000 Brown St (4 Incidents), 3900 Fairmount Av (2 Incidents), 4700 Lancaster Av, 2900 Market St (3 Incidents), 3500 Mount Vernon St (2 Incidents), N 35th St & Wallace St (2 Incidents), N 40th St & Poplar St, 300 N 41st St, 900 N 47th St, 0 N 52nd St, 0 N Preston St, 4100 Ogden St, 4100 Poplar St, 700 Sloan St (4 Incidents), 700 Union St, 3600 Wallace St (2 Incidents), 3800 Wallace St (2 Incidents), 5100 Westminster Av, 3900 Wyalusing Av.

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