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How to beat a bully
■ Check out the highlights from last week’s South Philly Sandwich Review in which more than 200 carnivores passed judgment on 10 competitors. See page 22.
■ Have wedding plans? Check out our Spring Weddings section for ideas that may just help with ironing out all of the exciting details. See page 25.
Local recording artist Felicia Punzo brought an anti-bullying presentation to GAMP. ■ Bill Chenevert R e v i e w S ta f f W r i t e r
■ A pair of East Passyunk Crossing-situated baseball players signed with thriving college programs. See page 45.
elicia Punzo asked an auditorium full of fth through eighth graders all kinds of questions Friday afternoon at the Girard Academic Music Program, 2136 Ritner St. For some, in order to incentivize speaking out in front of their peers, they got a rubbery bracelet. But some inqui-
Felicia Punzo, a Neumann-Goretti alum and South Philadelphia resident, kicked off a campaign at the Girard Estate institution with tips on how to identify and defeat bullying.
ries simply asked for a show of hands. “So how many people here have been bullied before?” Punzo, a graduate of Ss. Neumann-Goretti High School, 1736 S. 10th St., asked. A strong majority raised their hands, nearly 80 percent. “How many of you have been a bully?” she posed. Almost the exact amount of hands went up. And it looks like the time-tested tradition of prank phone-
STEM students show the safest way
calling is still alive and well. When asked “How Photo by many of you have Corey Carter gotten a prank phone call?,” it was hard to spot a hand that wasn’t raised. The first event in an antibullying campaign coordinated by Punzo through 2nd District Councilman Kenyatta Johnson included a well-received presentation by the budding 20-year-old South Philadelphia recording See ANTI-BULLYING page 10 >>
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Word on the Street What are your thoughts on the Eagles releasing DeSean Jackson?
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Coming home To the Editor: On behalf of the neighbors and board of directors of East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association (EPX), I would like to formally thank The Childrenâ€™s Hospital of Philadelphia for its efforts to return the sculpture by Wharton Esherick entitled Rhythm #1 to its home. CHOP is expanding into South Philadelphia at the current site of the South Philadelphia branch of the Free Library, Broad and Morris streets. The plan is a win for the neighborhood, but it left out one key detail â€” what would become of the beloved wooden 1965 work of art that resides in the library? The EPX board of directors, led by Darren Fava and myself, ensured the sculpture would be part of the new development for all to enjoy after I made several persistent follow through efforts with architect Seth Cohen and Free Library executive Joe Benford that included e-mails containing lines like â€œPlease know that
this is an EXTREMELY passionate issue for me and one that I will not let go of easily, if at all!â€? Joseph F. Marino Co-Chair, Board of Directors East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association Comment on this letter or topic at southphillyreview.com/opinion/letters.
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he Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association announced the winners of its Professional Keystone Press Awards Contest March 27, endowing the South Philly Review with four honors in the Division V weekly publications over 10,000 circulation category. The May 16, 2013 Throwback Issue, which honored 30 South Philadelphians who have made their mark in such ďƒželds as entertainment and sports, won the First Place Special Project accolade for Art Director Brendan Moss, Editor Bill Gelman and Managing Editor Joseph Myers. Myers claimed First Place Headline Writing praise for â€œYou say you want a revelation,â€? (May 23, 2013) â€œLaw and mortarâ€? (Feb. 7, 2013) and â€œThe hunger framesâ€? (May 2, 2013). He took Second Place Sports Story kudos for â€œBirdie watchingâ€? (Oct. 17, 2013) and Honorable Mention renown for â€œBok to basicsâ€? (May 9, 2013). The association will commend the victors May 31 at The Penn Stater in State College. SPR
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MAJOR DEPRESSION: As any motorist or cyclist knows, South Philly sinkholes can ruin tires and rouse tempers like few other annoyances. This gaping monstrosity, on the 200 block of Tasker Street, has actually become worse within the last couple days, so let us hope that able bodies replace these Water Department barriers immediately. SPR
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â€œI donâ€™t see how competing transit systems would survive economically. Unions never seem like a good thing when you as a customer are affected by a strike. They seem like a helluva good thing when youâ€™re the worker and compare what your own life would be like without them.â€? Tom Cardella via southphillyreview.com
â€œI like how you did not take sides in the ongoing negotiations. Normally, when salaries are as fair as SEPTAs are, the problems are related to retirement benifits, pension contributions, the sort of thing that no one really cares about. However, when the buses, and this time the regional rail lines, stop running, it becomes a public relations nightmare and a media freefor-all. Each side gets so badly damaged that each side believes they are winning. I cant remember 2009, but I remember 1999 when SEPTA went on strike for about 90 days in mid-summer. This time around, a transit strike would affect my entire day. Even [New York City] saw a transit strike during Christmas about eight years ago and that still is going through the courts. In a mass transit shutdown, no one benefits, SEPTA media.â€? Kevin Metz via southphillyreview.com
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to the capture of a man who robbed a hotel patron last week. At 8 p.m. March 24, the complainant was staying at the Holiday Inn, 900 Packer Ave., and anticipated the arrival of a visitor, authorities said. She received a knock on her door, with an unknown man forcing his way in once she answered. He attacked her, causing minor facial injuries and commenced choking her until she passed out. Upon her revival, she noticed several missing items. To report information, call South Detectives Division Det. Fields at 215-686-3013 with the DC# 14-03-015326, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.
Grays Ferry mystery Police lack a motive and suspects in the Sunday shooting death of a man. A little before 3 a.m., the victim, 28-year-old Rashul Isaacs, of 18th Street near Morris Street, absorbed shots to his neck, arms and legs while in a parking lot across from Club 121 on the 1200 block of South 35th Street, Officer Christine O’Brien of the Police Public Affairs Unit said. He died 15 minutes later at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.
Here’s the scoop A burglar rid a Hawthorne establishment of its ice cream maker last week. At approximately 3 a.m. March 27, an unknown offender used an open front patio door to enter Tashan Restaurant, 777 S. Broad St., to remove the treat producer, Detective Danielle Tolliver of South Detective Division said. Detectives learned from a manager that he had locked the door about an hour before the incident and had used the main front door to exit. The worker added the suspect entered the site with a box, gained access through the open door and located the machine despite darkness, Tolliver said. The burglar took the item, two ice cream scoopers and four stainless steel milkshake cups. Tashan’s video system captured the incident, but no information was available on the offender. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.
West Passyunk woes Two men rid another male of his possessions Sunday. While walking on the 2000 block of Hemberger Street at 11 p.m., the complainant heard someone running behind him, turning around to see two unknown males approaching him, Detective Danielle Tolliver of South Detective Division said. The strangers pointed guns at him, the first demanded his belongings, with the victim parting with his headphone, iPod, wallet and cell phone. The primary offender told the victim to walk away toward McKean Street but barked at him for his backpack before he could follow the demand. He left the item on the sidewalk and walked away, catching the aggressors running southbound on Hemberger Street toward Snyder Avenue. He described the first as black, 6 foot, 20 to 24 years old; having a slim build; wearing a black baseball hat, a dark hoodie and a black mask to cover his face; and armed with a shiny silver gun with a black handle. He tabbed the other as black, 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-8; wearing a lighter color shirt and pants; and armed with a dark long-barreled gun. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms. SPR Contact Managing Editor Joseph Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 124. Comment at southphillyreview.com/news/police-report.
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Local residents aim to Keep Up the Sweep Up with another massive cleaning effort. ■ By Joseph Myers Review Managing Editor
rom 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, thousands of volunteers will participate in the seventh annual Philly Spring Cleanup, with South Philly set to host more nearly seven dozen events. Consult this list to nd your perfect match(es), and visit philadelphiastreets.com/philly-spring-cleanup/ for more information. Last year’s efforts collected 1,014,540 pounds of trash and 23,341 pounds of recycling across the city, making it the biggest installment yet. With the way our thoroughfares have looked recently, it seems that at least that much debris will need removing this year.
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Point Breeze/Grays Ferry Cleanup, 2637 Dickinson St. 11th and Latona streets Cleanup 2500 block of South Colorado Street Dickinson Square West Civic Association, Fifth and Reed streets Lovely Baptist Church, 728 Snyder Ave. Annin Street Cleanup, 600 Annin St. Grace and Peace Community Church, 17th Street and Washington Avenue 16th and Manton streets Cleanup Cianfrani Park Cleanup, Eighth and Fitzwater streets Girard Park Cleanup, 2500 S. 21st St. Seventh Street and Oregon Avenue Cleanup Bicycle Club of Philadelphia, 2200 S. Columbus Blvd. IM/Bella Vista Pride, 900 Christian St. Jefferson Square Park Cleanup, 300 Washington Ave. 2300 block of South Mole Street Cleanup Point Breeze Cleanup, 21st and Federal streets Early Bird Urban Farm, 1440 S. 21st St. 15th and Ringgold streets Cleanup Passyunk Square Civic Association Cleanup, 1300 E. Passyunk Ave. Cassie Holly Senior Courts, 2100 Dickinson St. 1500 block of South 18th Street Cleanup 21st and McKean streets Cleanup 23rd and Mifflin streets Cleanup 12th Street and Oregon Avenue Cleanup 2200 block of South Reese Street Cleanup
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STEM students show the safest way A Hawthorne school earned $140,000 of tech resources in national Samsung competition. ■ By Bill Chenevert R e v i e w S ta f f W r i t e r
magine an application on your phone that works like this: it’s late on a Friday evening in South Philadelphia and you’re getting ready to walk from your house to your friend’s house to watch a movie. Even though you’ve got mace in your pocket, you still feel helpless to eager criminals who could, at any point, jump out and take your wallet, your phone or worse. But if you could pull up an app that tells you the statistically smartest and safest route to walk, maybe you could avoid criminal behavior and preserve a little piece of mind. A team of 15 to 20 students at The Academy at Palumbo, 1100 Catharine St., did just that and won a national Samsung competition that will yield the school $140,000 in technology and licenses. Palumbo’s principal, Dr. Adrienne Wallace Chew, got the process rolling late last fall by slipping a flyer for the Samsung competition into the mailbox of one of her young teachers, Susan Lee. “Originally, the topic was ‘Show how STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering and Math] can be used to improve the local community’,” Lee explained. Over the next four months, she and her peer, Klint Kanopka, led students on their own time through Samsung’s “Solve for Tomorrow” contest. Teachers initially sent in proposals with 255 winners selected. Lee and Kanopka were selected and then started getting students involved. There were 51 state winners and 15 were chosen to present to a panel of judges in Austin, Texas at SXSWedu this March. Judges included representatives from sponsoring companies (DirectTV and Adobe), but also a student from Harvard University and a former Congressman. Five national winners were chosen: one by community votes (G.W. Carver Middle School in Miami, Fla.), one by an employee ambassador (East Valley High School in Yakima, Wash.), and three by the judges’ panel: Sunburst Jr. High School in Sunburst, Mont., Oliver Street School in Newark, N.J., and Palumbo. The students prepared a three-minute video that captured their project: determining the safest route from point A to point B with Palumbo’s corner at 11th and Catharine as Point A and the Charles Santore Branch of the Free Library, 932 S. Seventh St., as Point B. The results were surprising to the students. One team member, 17-year-old Alex Wal-
Winning team members included, from left, Alex Wallace, Tarzan MacMood, Tiffany Ng, 17, and Quien Truong, stand with their principal, Adrienne Wallace Chew. S ta f f P h o t o b y B i l l C h e n e v e r t
lace, joked that they realized some of the biggest intersections in the city are worth avoiding altogether. “Avoid Broad and Market [streets]. We were evaluating how you would get across Broad and Market,” Wallace explained, then suggested the best way around it might be to “build a bridge.” Another student, 15-year-old Tarzan MacMood, suggested that crime wasn’t foreign to Palumbo students and that the motivation to create safer pedestrian routes could yield real results and shared a personal story about a friend. “He and his sister both got mugged, and he got all of his money stolen from his wallet. The other time was with his sister, which was practically the same thing, but she also lost her phone,” he went on. “Thinking about him and his sister, ever since last week, what route could he have taken? Maybe if he took a left, or what if he took a right? What if he went a different route? Maybe he could’ve avoided it.” USING CRIME DATA, the team assigned a point value for each block based on the nature of crimes committed. Starting with one, which stands for little to no evidence of crime, and capping values at five, which is assigned for a violent crime, such as a shooting, a route’s safety can be determined by adding up the block values. The lowest sum becomes the safest route. MacMood expressed surprise that what
After their presentation in Austin, a German app-developer approached them with great interest. They’ve been asked to present their findings to Penn graduate students. “Our whole team is going to be physicists,” 17-year-old Tiffany Ng quipped. Quien Truong, 18, admitted “It feels surreal. It’s a lot to absorb and I will never stop smiling.” But MacMood captured the essence of their accomplishment brilliantly: you never know where breakthroughs and innovation can emerge to change the world. “We have something to offer. We’re not college students but we still have a mind, we have ideas, we’re innovative. Some of the greatest things come from unexpected sources,” he said. “Don’t underestimate us. Younger generations have a greater understanding of technology today. It’s easier for younger and future generations to develop technology because they understand it.” The quirky, ironic circle of this story is that Palumbo will be receiving a huge boost in its technology department less than a year after 30 laptops were stolen from a laptop cart at the school during the summer. “I was devastated but this is a wonderful blessing,” Chew explained. “We got more than [those computers] back and some.” SPR
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ANTI-BULLYING continued from page 1 artist. But Johnson was able to impart some words of urgency through a statement issued that day, too. “[Bullying] is a problem that is destructive to our children and to our future. We need our kids to have a safe and welcoming environment so that they can achieve,” he explained. “Silence is no longer an acceptable response to bullying.” Though generational gaps often exaggerate and hyperbolize the changing experiences of grandparents’ education as opposed to their grandchildrens’, it’s hard to deny that there’s a new facet of bullying: Cyber-bullying. Another question by Punzo that would’ve raised eyebrows for anyone older than, say, 21? “How many people here are on Twitter?” Approximately three quarters of the teens’ hands went up. “How many people here are on Instagram?” Almost every hand rose. Students are going through middle and high school, almost all of them, with a smartphone as close to them as their books and notebooks. Punzo was personal and honest with the teens in her captive audience. “I was bullied tremendously in high school. With the arts, not a lot of people understand what we go through,” she added, appealing to the Girard Estatebased magnet arts school’s arts-friendly student body. “When I got into high school, I recorded music. It was a way for me to express myself. In high school, I was the shy type because I was so into my music and afraid to express myself to my peers,” she admitted. She was called fat, ridiculed as ugly and told she can’t make it. “I’m 20 years old and I’m still dealing with it,” Punzo said. Hopefully, with programs like hers and other youth-oriented anti-bullying cam-
Branching out ■ Charles Santore Branch: One-hour one-on-one Computer Tutoring for Seniors by appointment; Beginner English as a Second Language Class 12:30 p.m. April 3 and 8; LEGO Club 3:30 p.m. April 3; Intermediate English as a Second Language Class 12:30 p.m. April 4 and 9; Face-Painting 10 a.m. April 5; English as a Second Language Let’s Talk Conversation Group 1 p.m. and Yoga class for Adults and Teens 6:30 p.m. April 7; Baby Storytime 10:15 a.m. and Toddler Storytime 11 a.m. April 8; Chess Club 1 p.m. April 9. 932 S. Seventh St. 215-686-1766.
City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson and recording artist Felicia Punzo are passionate about eradicating the power of bullies and empowering the bullied. Photo Provided by Corey Carter
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by touting Punzo’s eagerness to make a difference and selflessness in this pursuit. “Every time I talk to Felicia, every time I have the opportunity to participate with her, she’s always trying to inspire the young people of South Philadelphia but also in the City of Philadelphia,” he said as he introduced 1st District Philadelphia Police Captain Lou Campione. Campione and Community Relations Police officer Paul Bryson were on hand to honor the passing of the late Judge Anthony DeFino and slain police officer Charles Knox. Knox “was on duty and responded to a robbery in progress at Broad [Street] and Snyder [Avenue]. Two bullies decided they were going to rob Roy Rogers at gunpoint and unfortunately Knox died as a result of his injuries,” Campione said. His comments lined up with Punzo’s message: “Keep their memories alive and the way to do that is to be the best person
■ Fumo Family Branch: Civics Course 2 to 5 p.m. April 3 and 8; Saturday Sleepytime Stories 10 a.m. and LEGO Club 2-3:30 p.m. April 5; Stories and Songs 10 a.m. and Afternoon Storytime 2 p.m. April 8. 2437 S. Broad St. 215-685-1758. ■ Queen Memorial Branch: Music Tells a Story: A Series of Discovery and Discussion 4 p.m. April 4; Kindergarten Information Sessions 4-5:30 p.m. April 7. 1201 S. 23rd St. 215-685-1899. ■ Parkway Central Branch: Shakespeare For All Time through May 31; Let’s Speak English 6 p.m. and Walter Kirn reads from “Blood Will Out: The True Story of a Murder, a Mystery and a Masquerade” 7:30 p.m. April 3; Are You My Mother? 2 p.m. April 6; Baby and Toddler
Storytime 11 a.m., Philly Tech Week: Economic Impact of the Technology Sector: A Roundtable noon and Monday Poets Lynn Levin and Deborah Fries 6:30 p.m. April 7; Bob Mankoff reads from “How About Never—Is Never Good For You?: A Life in Cartoons” 7:30 p.m. April 8. Tickets: $7-$15; Philly Tech Week: Tapping into the Invisible Consumer Base: People with Disabilities and Older Adults 10 a.m. and Show Me My Money 4 p.m. April 9. 1901 Vine St. 215-686-5322. ■ Thomas F. Donatucci Sr. Branch: English Conversation Group for International Adults 3:30-4:30 p.m. and Yoga for Adults 6:15 p.m. April 3; Basic Computer Tutorials for Seniors noon April 7 (preregistration is required); Preschool Story-
paigns, students across the city are learning how to confront and temper their peers’ attempts at making weaker and quieter students suffer for their gain. “Who’s involved in bullying?” Punzo asked. “People that surround you,” one student shouted. “The bullies, the victims and the bystanders,” another said. “What are some tips you would give to overcome being bullied?” she asked. Hands were up from wall to wall. “Stand up to the bully,” one student said. “Tell a teacher,” another added. “Just walk away from the situation,” “Tell your parents,” “Try not to show emotions,” “Act like it doesn’t bother you,” and “Have a good group of friends around you” all earned audience members bracelets.
that you can be.” Punzo, not far from childhood and challenging teenage years, addresses the difficulty of growing up in a song she created just for her campaign: “I’m Just A Kid.” “I’m just a kid, trying to figure it out and it’s not easy,” she sang to a rapt audience. “Don’t ever hide it – don’t ever hide from who you wanna be.” Her presentation spoke not just to standing up to bullies but also to building and protecting young folks’ self-esteem. Punzo, who intends to hold further gatherings at Chester Arthur School, 2000 Catharine St.; George W. Childs School, 1599 S. 17th St.; and Mastery Charter Thomas Campus, 927 Johnston St., pulled up 10 volunteers for a segment she called “Ten Tips to Build Self-Esteem” with an acrostic poem: “S – share your problems with someone special. E – educate yourself to make good choices. L – learn to respect yourself. F – follow the advice of the people you love. E – expand your unique talents and practice. S – Stay safe, away from gangs, alcohol and other drugs. T – think before you act; you can be a problem-solver. E – earn the respect of your family and act responsibly. E – everyone makes mistakes; don’t stop trying. M – make the best of who you are and your dreams will come true.” The presentation, in the long run, aims to prevent bullying from taking things too far. As Johnson noted in his statement: “In some cases, bullying has led to devastating consequences, such as school shootings and suicide.” With a silver lining, however, he noted that it can be stopped, especially when friends make an effort. “More than 55 percent of bullying situations will stop when a peer intervenes,” he said. SPR Contact Staff Writer Bill Chenevert at email@example.com or ext. 117. Comment at southphillyreview.com/news/features.
time & Craft 11 a.m. April 9; Homework help, computer assistance, literacy and teen activities and crafts 3 p.m. Monday through Thursdays. 1935 Shunk St. 215685-1755. ■ Whitman Branch: Wee Ones Storytime and English as a Second Language Class 10 a.m. and Ready-to-Read Storytime 11 a.m. April 3; STEM Storytime Series 2 p.m. April 5; Make Your Own Shakespeare Puppets and Storytime Arts and Crafts 4 p.m. April 7; English as a Second Language Class 10 a.m. and Scrabble Club 3:30 p.m. April 8; Afterschool Snack 4 p.m., Yoga for Kids 5:30 p.m. and adults 6:30 p.m. April 9. 200 Snyder Ave. 215685-1754. SPR Visit freelibrary.org.
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■ 1st Police District, 24th and Wolf Streets, holds a PSA2 Meeting 6 p.m. April 9 at 1900 Pollock St. 215-686-3010. phillypolice.com/districts/1st. ■ 3rd Police District, 11th and Wharton Streets, holds a Community Meeting 6 p.m. April 8 at the District ofce; and holds a PSA1 Meeting 7 p.m. April 9 at 800 S. Swanson St. 215-686-3030. phillypolice. com/districts/3rd. ■ 17th Police District, 20th and Federal Streets, holds a Captain’s Townhall Meeting 5:30 p.m. April 8 at the District ofce; and a Community meeting with block representatives 5:30 p.m. April 8 at the district. 215-686-3170. phillypolice. com/districts/17th. ■ Bella Vista Neighbors Association,holds a Neighborhood Cleanup Day 9 a.m. April 5; and holds a Zoning Committee meeting 7:30 p.m. April 8 at the Palumbo Recreation Center, 10th and Fitzwater Streets. 215-627-0057. firstname.lastname@example.org. bvtw.org. ■ Dickinson Square West Civic Association, holds a nance committee meeting 7 to 8 p.m. April 7 (contact email@example.com for location). firstname.lastname@example.org. dickinsonsquarewest.org. ■ Friends of Marconi Plaza hosts an Easter egg hunt noon to 2 p.m. April 5 ($5 for Easter Bunny photos). Rain date is 9 to 11 a.m. April 12; and a Happy Hour in support of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of South Philly 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. April 8 at Chickie & Pete’s, 1526 Packer Ave. ■ Girard Estate Area Residents holds a general meeting 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 8 at the Donatucci Library, 1935 W. Shunk St. email@example.com. ■ Hawthorne Empowerment Coalition, 1318 Catharine St., holds Philly Spring Cleanup’s Keep Up the Sweep Up 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 5 all over Hawthorne; and holds its General Meeting 7:30 p.m. April 8 at the Hawthorne Culture Center, 1200 Carpenter St. 215-735-1225. info@ hecphilly.org. hecphilly.org. ■ IATSE Local 8 holds a South Philly Clean and Sweet Up event 9 a.m. April 5 at IATSE Local 8 Hall, 2401 S. Swanson St. Register at philadelphiastreets.com.
■ Lower Moyamensing Civic Association, holds Philly Spring Cleanup’s Keep Up The Sweep Up 9 a.m. to noon April 5. Meet at the South Philadelphia High School, Broad and Jackson streets. firstname.lastname@example.org. lomophilly.org.
■ Marconi Area Residents Civic Organization holds its Quarterly Community meeting 6 p.m. April 9 at St. Pio Catholic Regional School, 1826 Pollock St. facebook.com/groups/marcosouthphilly. ■ Newbold Neighbors Association, holds Philly Spring Cleanup’s Keep Up The Sweep Up 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 5 (email email@example.com for more details) firstname.lastname@example.org. newboldneighbors.org.
■ Passyunk Square Civic Association, holds a Zoning Committee Meeting 7 p.m. April 8 at the Annunciation BVM Church Hall, 1511 S. 10th St. (the Dickinson St. entrance). email@example.com. passyunksquare.org.
■ Philly Free School, holds Tabletop Day, an all-ages public gaming event 1 to 8 p.m. April 5 at the school, 2001 Christian St. ($2-$10 donation encouraged but not required). RSVP at phillyfreeschool.org. 215-218-9586.
■ Queen Village Neighbors Association, 405 Queen St., holds Philly Spring Cleanup’s Keep Up The Sweep Up 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 5, supplies, tools and collections at Fourth and Bainbridge Roundabout (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org). 215-3390975. email@example.com. qvna.org. ■ South of South Neighborhood Association, 1901 Christian St., holds a Friends of Chester Arthur Open House 9 to 10:30 a.m. April 10 at the school, 2000 Catharine St., and a Community Impact Meeting 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 3 at the SOSNA ofces; Cleanup Day starting at 9 a.m. April 5 at Miles Table, 1620 South St.; SOSNA Social 5 to 8 p.m. April 7 at The Sidecar Bar & Grille, 2201 Christian St.; Architectural Review Committee meeting 8:15 a.m. April 8 at its ofce; an E.M. Stanton Open House 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the school, 1700 Christian St. (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending), and a Triangles Project Committee Meeting 6 to 7:30 p.m. April 8 at the ofce; and its April General Membership meeting 6 to 8 p.m. April 9 at the Shiloh Baptist Church, 2040 Christian St. southofsouth.org 215-732-8446. ■ Ss. John Neumann/Maria Goretti Parents’ Association hosts a Paint Night fundraiser 7 p.m. April 3 (Cost: $45) at Neumann-Goretti High School, 1736 S. Tenth St. Registration required. E-mail email@example.com or msiperko@astm. org for more info. SPR For more information on local communities, visit southphillyreview.com/community/neighborhoods.
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hings just haven’t been the same at the South Philly Review these last several months. I always look forward to those walks downstairs to strike up conversations with my colleagues in the advertising department. Mark Romano’s desk is the one that faces the door, and he was typically the first one to greet me. Some days we would discuss the struggles of our professional sports team (in our 16 plus years of working together there has been only one championship team to talk about) while other times Mark would fire off one of his out-of-leftfield wisecracks that sent me out of the room in hysterical laughter. For the last several months, silence has settled over Mark’s corner. It’s not by choice. Instead of spending his days at this place he called home for nearly three decades of his life, he has been in and out of the hospital as a result of liver failure. He is in dire need of a transplant. In these tough, life-altering times, my friend, you can’t give up the fight. It wasn’t all that long ago where my daily
routine included making two trips a day to the Cooper University Hospital trauma intensive care unit to visit my wife who spent eight-plus weeks in the hospital recovering from a lacerated liver. There were many scary moments along the way, including her being hooked up to a ventilator, but she won the battle. Now, Mark’s friends and family members are rallying together for a similar livesaving effort. A fundraiser is taking place 7 to 11 p.m. April 4 at Galdo’s Catering and Entertainment, 1933 W. Moyamensing Ave. Tickets are $40 per person and include a buffet, cash bar and live entertainment. There also will be a raffle and 50/50. John Gallo, Review Publishing COO, is looking forward to a night dedicated to his good friend. They started working together in 1985, which marked the beginning of Mark’s second stint at the Review. “He immediately took me under his wing, really taught me the business and made me feel at ease with his good nature, patient and always friendly personality,” John said. “What started out as a coworker/
phone calls, e-mails and letters, but John said he has been most impressed by the ones he has personally been getting from clients, ex-coworkers and mutual friends just asking, “How is Mark doing?” Many of them continue ... “He is a great guy, one of the nicest people I’ve ever met, please say hello and tell him he’s in my prayers.” “In the case of my dear friend Mark Romano, it happens to be the absolute truth,” John said. “Get well, my friend. You can do it. Everyone is pulling and praying for you.” SPR — By Bill Gelman Contact Editor Bill Gelman at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 121. Comment at southphillyreview.com/news/features.
mentor [relationship] soon became a beautiful friendship and eventually a bond of brotherhood that has lasted over 28 years and one that I cherish everyday. Mark is a friend to everyone he meets; he never has a bad thing to say about anyone. “I’ve been humbled by the outpouring of love and concern that has been shown to him from the people of South Philly.” Those messages have come in the form of
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A Dickinson Square West actress is portraying a ﬂawed yet focused sibling and educator. ■ By Joseph Myers
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arah Sanford often ponders her progression as a theater personality, using “Tell me, what do you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” from poet Mary Oliver’s “The Summer Day” as a cue for copious inquiries. Through numerous endeavors, the 39-year-old actress has received renown for her responses and is developing more replies as Olga Prozorova, one of the titular figures in the Arden Theatre Co.’s “Three Sisters” production. “It’s tough to appraise what drew me to her in auditioning for the role, but I’d say her flaws have come to appeal to me,” the Dickinson Square West dweller said of the Anton Chekhov-created character. “I’m still figuring out how to play her and explore her blend of pragmatism and idealism.” Familiar with the 1900 play in part through Pig Iron Theatre Co., for which she portrayed youngest sister Irina a few years ago, Sanford felt playing Olga, the oldest of the trio, with Masha in the middle, would offer additional perspective on the preciousness of time, as the primary players often fail to focus on the present by longing for a glorified future or a cherished past. The local resident, who has six South Philly-based peers executing the new translation by Curt Columbus, artistic director of Rhode Island’s Trinity Repertory Co., deemed Olga admirable for surviving her life’s disappointments, including the inability to find a mate, yet added the young woman, employed as a teacher and eventually a headmistress, must learn to tolerate individualism, especially within her clan. “It’s very meaningful that she has the last words, as she’s the one to move her family into the next stage of life,” Sanford said of the relatives, who matured in Moscow yet begin the action residing in a provincial Russian town a year after their army officer father’s death.
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“There’s that sense of expectation coupled with practicality.” Through the final utterances, which include such sentiments as “Our sufferings will pass into joy for those who will live after us...” and “If only we could know...,” the thespian has more fervently come to consider Chekhov as having contemporary clout and everlasting endurance as a master of emotional majesty. Exactingly examining family, the self, diligence and duty, “Three Sisters” encourages choosing resiliency over stagnancy and humility instead of hubris, selections that beckon one to balance personal beliefs with others’ input. “Chekhov is always going to be timeless,” Sanford, who played Yelena Andreyevna for Lantern Theatre Co.’s 2010 staging of his “Uncle Vanya,” said of the esteemed playwright. “It’s easy to connect to it. For example, I’d say Olga understands survival, but I don’t think she has ever been in love. Those are elements of many lives, getting by yet longing for love. There’s no narrowing in this play or his other works. We have to confront what’s irking us and go after what excites us.”
“I landed the part of to Philadelphia in ’01 Ophelia, and I was and joined Pig Iron the crushed,” she said laughnext year, establishing ing, noting how William a union that has yielded Shakespeare, Chekhov acting turns and a facand Norwegian scribe ulty position within its Henrik Ibsen have School for Advanced teamed up to form a triPerformance Training. umvirate of ageless “I was fortunate to word-wielding wizards find a home there right who complement her out of the gate,” Sanfascination with crafters ford said of the 19-yearof avant-garde works. old entity. “As I had no “Regardless of my task, concrete plan when though, I was curious coming to Philadelphia about seeing what I because I was still very could do with more much working on preparation.” knowing myself, I loved Fascination with Sarah Sanford encourages being able to advance academics led Sanford conviction as Olga Prozorova. Pig Iron’s mission.” to Swarthmore Col- Photo provided by Johnny Van Heest The company aplege, where theatre, pealed to her avantespecially through directing, emerged as garde sensitivities, with Sanford eventuala passion. ly growing hungry to work in other forms. “It was kind of a magical place that re- Through her first Philadelphia stop and beally ignited something within me,” she hemoths like the Arden, Lantern, Maucksaid of the Delaware County campus. “It ingbird Theatre Co., The Wilma Theater provided such inspiration.” and Theatre Exile, 1340 S. 13th St., she Another site lauded for its creative quali- has compiled an impressive list of credits ties, Paris, next played her muse, with and has called upon her dancing days to Sanford studying at the École Internation- land choreography assignments with Lanale de Theatre Jacques Lecoq. She moved tern and the Quintessence Theatre Group.
“It’s been an interesting journey, and I’m looking forward to new challenges,” the ’10 F. Otto Haas Award recipient for Emerging Theater Artist said. Those tasks will certainly include a return to directing, a vocation that helped her to claim Best Emerging Director status at the ’06 Toronto-situated SummerWorks Performance Festival for “Appetite,” which she brought to Philadelphia in ’09. “It’s odd because nothing feels comfortable to me about directing, but I know when I’m doing it, all my senses are buzzing,” Sanford, who will helm “The Underground Railroad Games” at The Church of the Crucifixion, 620 S. Eighth St., April 21 said. “I’ve made peace with where it lives in my life.” As for the rest of her existence, Sanford is preparing for her July wedding to fellow Pig Iron product James Sugg and is enthusiastically commencing her life as a vegan. She intends to become more of a contributor as a teacher than as a performer, but no matter the endeavor, she, like Olga, will look to be nurturing. “I’m becoming more accepting,” Sanford said. “If only we could know, right?” SPR
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am sorry to report that this newspaper didn’t see fit to send me to Rome with Gov. Tom Corbett and Mayor Michael Nutter last week. The feeling was that I could just as well make snide remarks sitting at my computer in South Philadelphia and save the newspaper about $5,000 in expenses. Of course I could make the same argument in seeing my tax money spent to fund a trip to Rome for a governor who might not be in office if and when the Pontiff makes the trip here, and a mayor whose city is threatened with a transit strike while he gazes skyward among the pigeons. I understand that when Nutter presented the Pope with a St. Joe’s Prep T-shirt, the pontiff breathed a sigh of relief. “I was afraid you were going to give me tickets to a Sixers game,” he said. Did you notice Northwestern University players won a court battle that allows college players to unionize? Some collegiate stars are already complaining that if they have to accept union scale, it will mean taking a pay cut. We may get the opportunity to see Brent Musburger describe a work stoppage. I’m starting a fund for college quarterbacks. What good is always getting the most beautiful girls if you can’t afford to wine and dine them? But then as a friend told me, quarterbacks don’t have to wine and dine them. On this same topic, two of the panelists on Channel 6’s “Inside Edition” (Christine Flowers and Ed Turzanski) had an interesting take on why we shouldn’t be paying collegiate athletes. College kids can’t handle too much money. We have all witnessed what happens to professional athletes when they get the big bucks. I guess conservatives also can use the same argument for not increasing the minimum wage. The less money you get paid, the less trouble you’ll get into if you spend it. With more revelations about the partying by Secret Service agents, Hollywood is considering remaking that movie “In the Line of Fire.” Zach Galifianakis will play the Clint Eastwood role. The film will be renamed “The Hangover 4.” As I write this, President Barack Obama’s disapproval rating has hit a new high (shouldn’t that be a new “low?”). Among Tea Party members, Obama is behind Vladimir Putin in popularity, 75-25. I was interested in finding out how a Russian dictator outpolled an American president in this country, so I did an informal survey among Tea Party folks. I called my survey The Putin Preference Poll. Some of the rea-
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sons given were: Putin gets things done at the point of a gun; If Putin were our president, we would have annexed Canada by now; Who needs health coverage when everybody is too scared to get sick; Putin isn’t afraid to drill for oil. If you’ve got oil in your backyard, he takes your house and we all benefit from more oil. I feel some sympathy for the cat lady. Sure it was a bit much for the neighborhood when she gathered more than 200 cats in her home, but did any of the local media think to report that this translates into a lot less rats in the neighborhood? Like you, I have seen and read all the crazy reports about what is being called the Cinnamon Challenge. Apparently kids who are tired of sniffing glue and swallowing pop rocks have hit upon the notion that it is a good idea to sniff or swallow ground cinnamon. Cinnamon is supposed to prevent chronic inflammation of neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease. Of course, if you keep ingesting heaps of ground cinnamon, chances are you won’t live long enough to get the disease, which is the downside to the current trend. I worry that kids are getting confused by all these TV health reports. Adults themselves are confused over what is good and what is bad for them. Maybe we are all watching too much Dr. Oz? What’s next, teens overdosing on kale chips? Television news has been concentrating much of its time on the missing Malaysian airliner that is now thought to have crashed into the Indian Ocean. Searchers continue to receive reports of debris from satellite photos. The problem is trying to ascertain whether the debris forms any recognizable pattern. People tend to see what they expect to see, even experts. You can compare it to the phenomenon of a kid taking a Rorschach test. It is reminiscent of the time my Aunt Millie saw the face of Jesus in a bagel I had just toasted. She was mortified when I smeared on some cream cheese and ate it in a couple of bites (not the best Easter story). Likewise, one of the observers thought she saw the outline of Jay Leno’s face in a pile of debris (she recognized his prominent jaw). This kind of thing can make a serious search quite difficult. CNN reportedly sent Anderson Cooper to analyze the Leno debris sighting and thought it looked more like Piers Morgan. There is growing support for a Marcellus Shale tax to support our financially strapped public schools. Several Democratic candidates for governor, as well as state Sen. Vincent Hughes, have proposed such a tax. The trade-off is it will allow the schools to remain open. The downside is that drilling for shale could mean the school water fountains will burst into flames. SPR Comment at southphillyreview.com/opinion/ cardella.
Ferris (Matthew Broderick), Sloane (Mia Sara) and Cameron (Alan Ruck), in back, enjoy their “day off” in the 1986 comedy classic.
Five for the season ■ By R. Kurt Osenlund Movie Reviewer
pring has sprung! Once you’ve picked all the daffodils, consider grabbing these seasonal-set flicks.
Steel Magnolias (1989)) “Steel Magnolias” isn’t exut it clusively set in the spring, but culminates with an Easter egg gg hunt in a field in full bloom, m, and I can’t help but associate te it with the springtime months. s. Maybe it’s the all-encompasssing pink theme of Shelby’ss (Julia Roberts) wedding, g, the sun-kissed character off the film’s southern setting or the bright, bursting personalities of the characters themselves. Or maybe it’s simply because gossip is always ripe for the picking at Truvy’s (Dolly Parton) salon. Spring Breakers (2013) “Spriiiing Breeeaaak Fooor-Evaahhh.” Go ahead, say it with Alien (James Franco), the white rapper-gangster who takes this neon-lit nightmare’s jailbait foursome (played by Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Rachel Korine and Ashley Benson) under his corrupt wing, only to find that it’s the girls who are running things. Don’t be quick to call it fetishism — this modern classic is covertly feminist. Easter Parade (1948) Irving Berlin’s immortal musical boasts some of the most famed duets between
Judy Garland and Fred Astaire (like “Steppin’ Out with My Baby”), and its decadent costumes are coupled with groundbreaking choreography that Astaire executes with trademark mastery. But the standout sequence q has to be “Shakin’ the Blues Away,” Aw a solo act unforgettably performed by Ann Miller. Adaptation A (2002) How do you adapt a book b about flowers into an in interesting film? If you’re C Charlie Kaufman adaptin ing Susan Orlean’s “The Or Orchid Thief,” you craft a pse pseudo-fictitious film about tha that adaptation struggle, wri writing yourself and Orlean into the supremely meta story. M Meryl Streep and Nicolas Cag Cage are superb as the author and the adapter (with the latter pplaying his twin brother too) too), but stealing the show is Chris Cooper, who plays Orlean’s swampwading, oddly beguiling orchid thief. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) It’s too gorgeous outside for Ferris (Matthew Broderick, never better) to waste his time at school, so he plays hooky with his girlfriend (Mia Sara) and his reluctant best pal (Alan Ruck), who join him for an epic outing involving car theft, a parade, romance and Charlie Sheen. However naughty, “Ferris” is a testament to taking advantage of a perfect spring day. SPR Comment and see the trailers for this week’s movies at southphillyreview.com/arts-and-entertainment/movies.
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Other Goodies “Dinosaurs Unearthed”: Through April 6. Tickets: Free-$15. Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway. 215299-1000. ansp.org. “Hair”: Through April 6. Tickets: $10-$25. Tomlinson Theater at Temple University, 1301 W. Norris St. 215-204-8414. temple.edu/theater. New work by Sarah Sze at the Fabric Workshop and Museum: Through April 6. Free. Fabric Workshop and Museum, 1214 Arch St. 215-561-8888. fabricworkshopandmuseum.org. “The Phantom of the Opera”: Through April 13. Tickets: $35$125.50. Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad St. 215-670-2300. kimmelcenter.org. “Renewal Street: The Art of Anthony C. & Karen M.”: Through April 14. Free. Jed Williams Gallery, 615 Bainbridge St. 267970-5509. jedwilliamsgallery.com. “In The Vault: Donald Judd:” Through April 19. Free. Bridgette Mayer Gallery, 709 Walnut St. 215-413-8893. bridgettemayergallery.com.
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“Marc Newson: At Home”: Through April 20. Tickets: Free-$20. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Ben Franklin Parkway. 215-7638100- philamuseum.org. “Shattering Expectations: MOSAIC 2014”: Through April 20. Tickets: Free-$7. Philadelphia Magic Gardens, 1020 South St. 215-7330390. phillymagicgardens.org. “Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike”: Through April 20. Tickets: $29-$52. Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad St. 215985-0420. philadelphiatheatrecompany.org. “Yinka Shonibare MBE: Magic Ladders”: Through April 21. Tickets: Free-$45. The Barnes Foundation, 2025 Ben Franklin Parkway. 215-278-7000. barnesfoundation.org. “Pinkalicious, The Musical”: Through April 26. Tickets: $10-$16. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. 215-574-3550. walnutstreettheatre.org. Frogs: Nature’s Messenger: Through April 27. Tickets: Free$24.95. Adventure Aquarium, 1 Riverside Dr., Camden, N.J. 856-3653300. adventureaquarium.com. One Day in Pompeii: Through April 27. Tickets: $11-$27.50. Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th St. 215-448-1200. .edu. “Live Cinema/Fiona Tan: Inventory”: Through May 11. Tickets: Free-$20. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Ben Franklin Parkway. 215-763-8100- philamuseum.org. National Geographic’s “50 Greatest Photographs” exhibit: Through May 15. Tickets: Free-$16.50. Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th St. 215-448-1200. .edu.
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“Art of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910: Treasures from Korea”: Through May 26. Tickets: Free-$20. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway. 215-763-8100. philamuseum.org. “Chasing Dreams: Baseball & Becoming American”: Through Oct. 26. Tickets: Free-$12. National Museum of American Jewish History, 101 S. Independence Mall East. 215-923-3811. nmajh.org. Bayside: 7:30 p.m. April 3. Tickets: $17.50-$21. The Trocadero, 1003 Arch St. 215-922-6888. thetroc.com. Cam’ron with Smoke DZA: 8 p.m. April 3. Tickets: $25-$28. Theatre of Living Arts, 334 South St. 800-745-3000. livenation.com. Pattern Is Movement: 8:30 p.m. April 3. Tickets: $12. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St. 267-639-4528. bootandsaddlephilly.com. Real Estate with Pure X: 8:30 p.m. April 3. Tickets: $20. Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St. 215-232-2100. utphilly.com. BODYTRAFFIC: April 3-5. Tickets: $20-$55. Annenberg Center for Performing Arts, 3680 Walnut St. 215-898-3900. annenbergcenter.org. Subcircle: “All this happened, more or less”: April 3-5. Tickets: $15-20. Performance Garage, 1515 Brandywine St. 215-546-2552. philadanceprojects.org. Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Eric Stonestreet: 8 p.m. April 3. Tickets: $39.50-$99.50. Keswick Theatre, 291 N. Keswick Ave., Glenside. 215-572-7650. keswicktheatre.com. The Philadelphia Wings versus the Calgary Roughnecks: 7 p.m. April 4. Tickets: $10-$75. Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. 800-298-4200. comcasttix.com.
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verybody has those mornings when they oversleep, and in the mad rush to get to work, don’t have time to make lunch. That’s when one of those five-ingredient recipes with very little prep time comes in handy. For those who like keeping lunchtime simple, Mildred Lloyd-Henderson, of the 2400 block of Manton Street, may just have the perfect solution with her Raisin Carrot Salad. Mix, refrigerate and enjoy. Of course, don’t forget to grab it on the way out the door.
he former Colombo’s building, which was destroyed in a 2012 fire, is finally getting a new tenant. Those who enjoy dining at the Jersey Shore may recognize the name of the new occupant — chef Luke Palladino. His debut Philadelphia establishment at 1934 E. Passyunk Ave. will simply be known as Palladino’s and feature Italian, seafood and steak offerings along with a full bar. The plan is to have 80 seats inside and another 40 outside. The current outlook is for a November opening. SPR
INGREDIENTS: 1 pound of carrots, shredded 1 pound of dark raisins 1 cup of mayonnaise 1 pint of sour cream 1 head of lettuce
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on the bottom with the right amount of slight thickness around the rim. We have all suffered through cardboard crust pizza topped with sweet, runny sauce. The tomato sauce had a fine consistency that was enhanced by a sprinkling of oregano. But the generous large ovals of smoked mozzarella and crisp, salty pancetta were the stars. I toted several slices home for lunch the following day. Rustica is a busy place. The delivery men were constantly coming and going, but those of us enjoying pizza in the res= Very Good
Italian Caffe Valentino: 1245-49 S. Third St., 215-336-3033, caffevalentino. com, $$
Seafood Snockey’s Oyster and Crab House: 1020 S. Second St., 215339-9578, snockeys.com, $$
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taurant were served promptly, resulting in an evening of delicious, hot, fresh pizza. Three tips of the toque to Rustica. SPR
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South Philly Diners Broad Street Diner: 1135 S. Broad St., 215-825-3636, $$ Diner at the Plaza: 43 Snyder Ave., 215-755-7899, $$ Melrose Diner: 1501 Snyder Ave., 215-467-6644, $ Morning Glory Diner: 735 S. 10th St., 215-413-3999, morningglorydiner.com, $ Oregon Diner: 302 Oregon Ave., 215-462-5566, oregondinerphilly. com, $$ Penrose Diner: 2016 Penrose Ave., 215-465-1097, penrosediner.com, $$ South Street Diner: 140 South St., 215-627-5258, southstreetdiner.com, $ SPR
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recent week-long bout of the flu left my taste buds in turmoil. Hot tea with lemon or ginger ale tasted like a combination of metal and library paste. When I finally had enough of chicken soup or toast with jam, I developed a craving for pizza. I thought I had sampled every pizzeria in the city, but I somehow missed Rustica located in Northern Liberties. I was raring to go even though a monsoon-like rain was raging and the temperature had dropped. Rustica is more of a delivery/take-out shop, but there are a few tables for those who prefer hot-from-the-oven pizza. A college basketball game was on the television to keep waiting patrons company. The menu is a mix of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, calzones, wings, paninis and, of course, pizza. Just step up to the counter and give the men, who are busy at work, your order. I had good feelings about Rustica the minute I looked over the menu as they use only imported Italian meats and cheeses from Claudio’s in the Italian Market. I have been a Claudio’s customer for years and instantly knew the ingredients did not come from a can or jar. The side dishes at Rustica also serve as appetizers. Arancini ($5.95) were four golf-ball size treats prepared with Arborio rice stuffed with fresh mozzarella and prosciutto. They were coated with fine, dry breadcrumbs and deep fried to a golden brown. The rice had a perfect consistency. It was still creamy inside like it would be
if it were used to make risotto. The rice had a deep yellow color, which leads me to suspect some saffron may have been used. A cool fresh tasting marinara came on the side. The antipasto salad ($9.95) was large enough for two. It consisted of bite-size bits of fresh cool romaine, thin slices of red onion, pitted calamata olives, sliced red ripe Roma tomatoes topped with Genoa salami, prosciutto and shards of sharp provolone. I tip my toque to anyone who foregoes the nasty tasteless winter tomatoes and opts for the sweeter Roma style. I enjoyed the contrast of textures and flavors. The olives imparted a salty flavor that married well with the slightly hot red onion and crisp romaine lettuce. The meats and cheese really brought the salad together. It was a party in my mouth. There is a choice of dressing, but extravirgin olive oil and a squeeze of lemon or lime hit the mark. The list of pizzas is dazzling. There are a few funky ones for those with a culinary sense of adventure. I am not sure coleslaw should go on a pizza. There are red, white and specialty pies on offer in two sizes. I usually like a white pie topped with spinach, garlic and olive oil. But I wanted to taste the red sauce prepared at Rustica. The flavor and freshness is a sign that the chefs know exactly what they are doing. We ordered Old Smokey ($21 small, $24.50 large). It’s a red pie made with pancetta, smoked mozzarella and oregano. The pizza arrived piping hot, so I had to wait a bit before digging in. The crust was prepared to perfection. It is thin, crisp
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When he relocated to the United States in 1993, that European seasoning came with him. In terms of training, the former dishwasher and line cook simply learned from experience. The Duck Breast with carrot-orange puree, spinach and clove sauce happens to be one 1/2 teaspoon of ground of his favorite dishes to prepare. clove “It’s a plate that I’ve loved for a 2 tablespoons of butter, split couple of years now,” he said. in two With the culinary freedom to create new dishes, the chef said DIRECTIONS: he wouldn’t mind seeing some of Begin by placing carrot in a his former customers at his new small pot, and add enough water South Second Street location. to barely cover it. Season with the salt and pepper. Simmer until they INGREDIENTS: are easily pierced by a fork, and 1 6 to 8 ounce duck breast, add in the orange zest. Set aside, skin scored covered. 1 large carrot, chopped In a frying pan, over medium Zest of half an orange heat, begin cooking the duck skin 1/2 cup of sauteed spinach side down, until crisp (for about 1 cup of chicken stock five minutes), pouring off fat as it
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CANCER (June 21 to July 22): Holding on to SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21): You bethe past and all that entails, including various gcome acutely aware of how a lack of self-confiH other articles you’ve grown out of, is managing to clutter dence or fears have affected your life decisions. Be open
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LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22): You are very bold and CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19): Fresh ideas adventurous, and cannot tolerate any form of au- hare appealing, and you find it extremely difficult a thority. Insistence on your rights is pressing, and a con- to keep your attention on subject matter or work that you frontation is likely. Lucky number: 859.
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have already mastered. Inspire loved ones to join in the adventure. Lucky number: 413.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18): Minor legal isA sues that affect the home and family may require discussion. It could have an impact on issues of respect and consideration for each other. Lucky number: 905.
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Two bags full A pair of East Passyunk Crossing-situated baseball players signed with thriving college programs. ■ By Joseph Myers
Charlie Jerla, left, and Josh Ockimey have picked up big wins, including ﬁve championships, during their Saints stint.
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IN THEIR THREE-PLUS seasons at Neumann-Goretti, the teenagers have come to
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strengthen the baseball tradition that led them to choose the facility in the first place. With two Catholic League titles and three Class AA City crowns, they have become local forces eager to repel all challengers. “Coming here, we had great teammates who motivated us,” Ockimey said. “Now, other guys are looking up to us.” “That fact and the success we’ve had have helped us to gain in confidence,” Jerla, an outfielder and pitcher, said. “There’s that sense of accomplishment and knowledge that our hard work and our parents’ efforts have paid off.” The latter player fell for baseball by age 4, with an uncle proving the originator of his obsession. A South Philly native, he moved to Florida as a boy and joined his first travel team, the Florida Scorpions, at 9.
“I just enjoyed the instruction and the chance to perform,” Jerla, whose other South Philly tutelage-bearing sites include the Edward O’Malley Athletic Association, 144 Moore St., and Shot Tower Playground, 131 Carpenter St., said. Beckoned to bases at age 5, Ockimey gained a great sense of his potential five years into his maturation when Steve Bandura, who runs the Anderson Monarchs out of the Marian Anderson Recreation Center, 744 S. 17th St., encouraged him to play for the Philadelphia Stars. With time at the Delaware Valley Youth Athletic Association, 2840 S. 18th St., as well, he had grown comfortable with pressure situations by the time, as a member of the Tri-
at southphillyreview.com/blogs.php State Arsenal, he heard from now-former Neumann-Goretti coach Mike Zolk that he should matriculate at the school. “That kind of came out of nowhere, but I’ve loved helping this team however I can,” Ockimey, a four-year starter who received college interest as a freshman, said of his tenure as a potent left-handed bat in the lineup and confident presence on the bench. The young man has especially displayed his diligence in clutch situations, particularly in playoff contests. He will forever live in Saints lore for keeping his club alive in a 2011 Catholic League semifinal by smacking a two-run home run that helped to turn a 13-3 deficit against La Salle into an 18-13 win. Jerla has also shown resolve in postseason duels, picking up the victory in last year’s losers bracket game versus Cardinal O’Hara, an 8-7 extra-inning triumph, and stroking three hits in a 5-2 win over Prep Charter, 1928 Point Breeze Ave., in May 30’s Class AA City title matchup at Richie Ashburn Field, 20th Street and Pattison Avenue. “We’ve definitely been tested,” Ockimey, who won the Florida-situated Louisville Slugger bat challenge in October and worked out at Fenway Park for the Boston Red Sox the next month, said of the hurdles he and Jerla, also his teammate for the Marzano Scout League’s Philly Bandits, have faced and conquered. The players confided they await battles against fellow Blue Division biggies Bonner-Prendergast, Archbishop Wood and Archbishop Carroll but said the key to ensuring a memorable year is giving each opponent their best. The Saints, 2-1 when opening the week, throttled West Catholic 15-0 at home Tuesday, with Ockimey tallying two hits, as many walks and four runs scored and Jerla earning the win, clubbing two hits and knocking in a pair of runs, and faced the Burrs on the road yesterday in a game that ended after press time. They will travel to Penn Charter tomorrow and venture to Warminster Monday to face Wood. “We want to go all the way to the states and win,” Ockimey, reflecting on a painful semifinal loss two years ago, said. “That’s the ultimate goal,” Jerla added, “and every day along the way is important.” SPR Contact Managing Editor Joseph Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 124. Comment at southphillyreview.com/sports/features.
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ocused on following in the footsteps of the Catholic League, City and State championships-winning boys’ basketball team at Ss. NeumannGoretti High School, 1736 S. 10th St., the baseball club will require similar skill and leadership from its seniors. Fortunately for the East Passyunk Crossing institution, Charlie Jerla and Josh Ockimey abound in ability and authority, with commitments to Marist College and Indiana University, respectively, as proof of their prociency. “We definitely have the players to be successful,” Jerla said Tuesday at the school. “We’re coming along and when we put everything together, we’re going to be scary.” “I think we’re really committed to playing as a team and forgetting about individual achievements,” Ockimey, a fellow 18-yearold, said. “Our mindset is to approach every game with class and leave no stone unturned in finding ways to become better.” The athletes have plotted their progression under rookie coach Kevin Schneider, with whom they and their peers fraternized March 15 at the inaugural first pitch dinner. During the celebration, Jerla and Ockimey signed with their postsecondary destinations, fulfilling diamond dreams that originated during childhood. “I definitely feel fortunate,” Ockimey, a two-time All-Catholic first baseman, said of his impending Big 10 Conference journey. “Indiana has a great program, so I’m looking forward to going there after we take care of business here.” In selecting the Hoosiers, the Southwest Philly slugger, who had previously committed to the University of Arkansas before personnel changes influenced his picking another spot, will head to a unit that is ranked 24th in the country and appeared in last year’s College World Series. Jerla, of the 1500 block of South Second Street, received interest from his future haven last summer and fall and yearns to keep the Red Foxes in the hunt for Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference renown. “It’s definitely an established program,” the Pennsport dweller said, “and I just felt it would be the right place for me to grow.”
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The United Cerebral Palsy of Philadelphia & Vicinity will hold the 27th All-Star Labor Classic at Northeast High School, 1601 Cottman Ave., 10:30 a.m. Sunday, giving local hoopsters a chance to help to raise money for the chapter. The City Girls’ All Stars roster will include Neumann-Goretti seniors Marlena Arrigale, Stephanie Brown and Tanesha Sutton, with coach Letty Santarelli set to be one of the team’s two overseers. The City Boys’ All Stars will feature Neumann-Goretti seniors Jamal Custis, Ja’Quan Newton and Tony Toplyn, with South of South’s Lou Myers to appear for Mathematics, Civics and Sciences Charter School.
Ss. Neumann-Goretti High School, 1736 S. 10th St., will host the inaugural 3-on-3 grade school basketball tournament 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday. The cost is $15 per team, with sixth through eighth grades eligible. Contact school at 215465-8437 ext. 229, or visit neumanngorettihs.org/node/347.
■ Cub and boy scouts Troop 147 holds meetings and registrations for its cub scouts 7 to 8 p.m. Thursdays and boy scouts 7 to 9 p.m. Mondays at Trinity Lutheran Church, 18th and Wolf streets. Contact Chris, 267-250-2335, or visit 147bsa.org.
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Capitolo Playground, 900 Federal St., is looking for teams for Sunday coed softball action beginning this month. Call Donnie, 215-685-1883, or Eddie, 215-817-0837.
■ Copper update In women’s NIT quarterfinal play, Rutgers University, with Prep Charter graduate Kahleah Copper, who deposited 14 points and four assists, beat Bowling Green, 55-50, Monday to advance to the semifinals. The team traveled to face South Florida last night.
■ DVYAA news The Delaware Valley Youth Athletic Association, 2840 S. 18th St., is accepting registrations 6 to 7:30 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays for its spring baseball season. Ages are 5 to 7 for T-ball, 8 to 9 for peewee, 10 to 12 for majors and 13 to 15 for juniors. Call 215468-1265.
■ EOM baseball The Edward O’Malley Athletic Association, 144 Moore St., holds registration for its 10 and younger, 12 and younger and 15 and younger baseball teams 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays. Contact the site at email@example.com, or call Matt, 267-767-0230.
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Chew Playground, 1800 Washington Ave., holds $5 registration for its flag football season for ages 7 to 14 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. weekdays. Games are Friday nights and Saturday mornings, starting tomorrow. Contact Oktavia Cherry, 215685-6596, or coach Bud, 215-526-8381.
■ Mount Carmel Warriors The Mount Carmel Warriors football program offers a non-contact instructional football camp 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays through April 23 at the Murphy Rec Center, Fourth and Shunk streets. The program is $20 and for children who will be entering grades fifth through eighth in the fall. Contact coach Shawn, 215-850-3179.
■ SEYAA news The Southeast Youth Athletic Association, Seventh and Bigler streets, is accepting registrations for its spring T-ball and baseball programs. Divisions are 4 to 6 for T-ball; 7 to 8 for pitching machine; 8 to 10 and 10 to 12 for live pitch; 13 to 15 and 16 to 19 for Babe Ruth Baseball; and 9 to 11 and 12 to 14 for girls’ softball. Register by e-mailing child’s name, date of birth and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org or by stopping in person 6 to 7:30 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays. The season begins April 12. Call 215-463-8802 for an information packet.
■ South Philly Hurricanes The South Philly Hurricanes are looking for teams to play in a new Little League for players ages 5 to 15. Coach Terry Bennett is also seeking coaches, with registrations occurring 6 p.m. Wednesdays at Smith Playground, 2100 S. 24th St. The Hurricanes football program will have its annual awards banquet at noon April 26 at Yesha Fellowship Hall, 23rd Street and Snyder Avenue. Contact Bennett, 215439-7653.
■ Tennis playday The South Philadelphia Tennis Association will hold a playday festival 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Barry Playground, 18th and Johnston streets. Cost is $10 but organizers will waive fee if attendees can donate one can of new tennis balls or used tennis equipment. Call Bryan Hughes, 215-528-0196, or e-mail him at thespta@ hotmail.com. SPR Send sports briefs by fax to 215-3361112 or by e-mail to email@example.com. Comment at southphillyreview.com/sports/ sportsbriefs.
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great location across form Park
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1633 E. Passyunk Ave.
new listings 9XX Wolf ST. Move in cond., 3BR - $169,000 7XX HoffMAN ST. 3BR- $129,000 10XX Wolf ST. 3BR- $159,000 73XX MEADoWlARK Southwest Phila., 3BR, 2BA - $189,000 27XX MooRE ST. $149,000 2XX EllSWoRTH ST. New Construction, 4BR, 2.5 Bath, Luxury Home. REDUCED $579,000 9XX PoRTER ST. Large 4 BR Home, in Good Neighborhood $154,900 25XX S. 10TH ST. 3BR, 1.5 Baths, Beautiful Home! REDUCED $209,000
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EDUCATION AND MEETING CENTERS 2501-15 S. MARSHALL ST.
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HOUSES FOR RENT 13TH & ELLSWORTH-$2500/ MO.+. 4BDRMS., 28XX S. SYDENHAM ST(SO.Of Oregon Ave.)2Bdrms.,$1150/ mo.+. 15XX CLARION(Near E.Passyunk).3Bdrms., $1550/ mo.+. Call GEORGE 215-6519190. 22ND & WINTON 3BR. Basement, W/D, Garage, $900/ 1st,last,sec. 215-868-8503. BROAD & PORTER VIC. 3BDRMS.,C/A. NEW KITCHEN. 215-467-8612. VIC. 2600 S. WATTS 2BR, all renovated, W/W rugs,gas heat.$1400+util. 267-250-1667
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9xx Cantrell – Lovely 2 bedroom home, modern kitchen & bath, nice sized yard. Under 100K, meaning reasonable monthly payments. Call for details. 24xx S Darien St – Three bedroom, 1 bath home. Beautiful newer front. Newer heater, hot water heater & plumbing. Carpeted throughout. 17th & Ritner Vicinity – A well maintained home in a great area. 2 bedrooms with a small 3rd bedroom and 1 bathroom. Home needs updating but is live in condition.
2124 MIFFLIN ST.
Renovated. 3 Bedrooms. H/W Floors. Porch Front. Large Yard. $149,000.
1272 S. NEWKIRK ST.
Renovated. 2 Bedrooms. Hardwood Floors. New Appliances. Deck. Finished Basement. 1.5 Baths. $145,000.
Tacony - Plant roots in Tacony for less than rent or invest now and enjoy apx $800 p/mo income.
4 Bedrooms. $48,000.
5xx Hellerman – Duplex – 2 – 2 BR, 1 bath units. Separate utilities and washer & dryer in basement for both units. Small deck on 1st fl leads to a large yard. Quiet street. This property will work for either owner occupied or investors.
2125 MORRIS ST.
PENNSPORT-NEW HOME W/TAX ABATEMENT 1322 S. American ST.
10 Ft. Ceilings. Floating Stairs. Master Suite w/Deck2nd Floor. Large Bedrooms 3rd Floor. $449,000.
4 BUILDING LOTS-SOUTH PHILLY 2223,25,27,29 WILDER ST. 2800 Sq. Ft. $104,000.
261 E. WESTMORELAND
3 Bedrooms. Needs Work. $30,000.
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