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City Suburban News, Year 25, No. 28, March 24 - March 30, 2010 issue. Free community weekly newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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D
r. Mary Hess,
AssociateProfessor ofEducational Lead-ership at Luther
Seminary, St. Paul,
MN, will be the2010 Hein-Fry lec-turer presenting
on the topic “Hear
-ing the Word:
Teaching the Bible
in the Parish andBeyond.” The lec-ture will be held
on Tuesday,
March
30, 2010
at 11:30a.m. in BenbowHall, on the cam-
pus of The Lutheran
Theological Semi-nary at Philadel-phia (LTSP), 7301GermantownAvenue in the Mt.Airy section ofPhiladelphia. Thelecture is free and
open to the public.
Dr. Hess is oneof five scholarsaffiliated with the
Evangelical Luther
-an
Church inAmerica (ELCA) invited to present lectures on this year’stopic based on their particular perspectives and scholar-ship. The lecture will explore Lutheran perspectives on
biblical pedagogy, using both theory and practical examples,
and making a case for the promise of one, some, or evenall of these approaches to teaching the Bible.This year’s theme, “Hearing the Word: Teaching the Biblein the Parish and Beyond,” was chosen in order to explorethe important conversations throughout the ELCA con-cerning the various ways Lutheran communities in diverse
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Society’sEvening Hours
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Healthy Living
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Senior Services
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 Your CommunityNewspaper CITY SUBURBANNEWS610-667-6623
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Year 25, No. 28Celebrating 25 Years of Community NewsMarch 24 March 30, 2010
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Bill Giles Named Recipient of Rosemont’s 2010 Cresset Award
 Sharon Latchaw Hirsh, Ph.D. (right) welcomes 2010 Cresset Award recipient Bill Gilles(center right) and Cresset Dinner committee chairs, Dan and Margo Barry Polett ’61 to Rosemont Colleges historic Main Building.Dr. Mary Hess, Associate Professor o Educational Leadership at Luther  Seminary, St. Paul, MN, will be the 2010 Hein-Fry lecturer 
 March 30,
at 11:30a.m. at The Lutheran Theological  Seminary at Philadelphia.
Mary Hess to Present 2010Hein-Fry Lecture at LTSP
U
.S. Marine Colonel
and New York Assis
-tant District Attor-ney Matthew Bogdanosreturns to the Universityof Pennsylvania Museumof Archaeology andAnthropology (afterspeaking to a sold-outcrowd in 2006) onWednesday,
March 31,
at 6:00 p.m. In his talk,“Thieves of Baghdad,”he details the investi-gation into the 2003theft and looting of theIraq Museum. ColonelBogdanos offers anupdate on the protec-tion of Iraq’s culturalheritage as well asnews of artifactrecoveries.A book signing of“Thieves of Baghdad: One Marine’sPassion to Recover the World’s GreatestStolen Treasures,” (Bloomsbury USA;$16.95 paperback), written by ColonelBogdanos with WilliamPatrick, follows his pre-sentation. The book will
be on sale in the Museum
Shop before and afterthe program, and all roy-alties from sales go tothe Iraq Museum. Admis-sion to the program, co-sponsored by the Univer-sity of Pennsylvania’s
Center for Ancient Studies,
is pay-what-you-want (free
for Penn Museum members).
Reservations are recom-mended at 215-898-4890.In April 2003, peoplearound the world were inshock at the pillaging of
theIraq Museum in Baghdad.
The list of missing objectsread like a “who’s who ofarchaeology:” the SacredVase of Warka, the world’soldest known carved stone ritual vessel;
“Thieves of Baghdad” Lecture by ColonelBogdanos at the Penn Museum
U.S. Marine Colonel Visits the Penn Museum to Tell the Story Behind Theft,Looting, and Recovery of Iraq Museum Artifacts
S
haron Latchaw Hirsh, Ph.D. recently welcomed Bill Giles, the recipient of the 2010Cresset Award and the chairman of the Philadelphia Phillies, and Cresset Dinnercommittee chairs, Dan Polett, president/owner of Wilkie Automotive Dealerships,and his wife, Margo Barry Polett ‘61, of Gladwyne, PA to Rosemont’s historic MainBuilding. Giles will be honored by the College at the 22nd Cresset Award Dinneron
April 22,
at the Please Touch Museum, in Philadelphia, PA. For information,visit www.rosemont.edu.“Bill is one of Philadelphia’s most civically minded citizens and genuinely cares about thecommunity in which he lives,” said Rosemont President Sharon Latchaw Hirsh, Ph.D. ‘70.“He has contributed a great deal of time and energy to many worthy organizations in ourarea and Rosemont is so delighted to be among them. We are pleased to honor Bill Gileswith this year’s Cresset Award.”
Photo/Jaci Downs See 
“Thieves of Baghdad”Lecture 
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piscopal Academy student,Rohan Rajagopalan, who isa resident of NewtownSquare, PA and an 8th grader,has been named a PennsylvaniaGeographic Spelling Bee semifi-
nalist and will compete for a spot
in the national finals on April
9th. The competition is sponsored
by the National GeographicSociety, Google, and Plum Creek.The semifinal competition will
take place at Penn State’s Univer-
sity Park Campus. Rajagopalanwill compete against 99 otherPennsylvania students for thetop state prize.Should Rajagopalan win theApril 9th competition, he willcompete at the national finals, which will be held on May25 and 26 at the National Geographic Society headquartersin Washington, D.C.For additional information on the National GeographicBee, visit www.nationalgeographic.com/geographicbee.
 Episcopal 8th grader, Rohan Rajagopalan.
Student Named PA GeographicSpelling Bee Semifinalist
Newtown Square Resident, Rohan Rajagopalan,to compete on April 9 for National Finals Spot
 
 Art Conversation
“Now That’s Art” is a monthly pro-gram thatmeets on the fourthFriday of each month at the Hav-erford Township Free library. A short visual presentation is shownfollowed by a conversation aboutthe featured artist or medium. If  you ever wanted to know moreabout art, join the library for thiscasual program. On Friday,
March26
at 2 p.m., the group will be dis-cussing Art Nouveau. Art Nouveauexplores a new style in the visualarts and architecture that devel-oped in Europe and North Americaat the end of the nineteenth cen-tury. For info contact SamanthaShepherdat 610-446-3082 ext.206 or email shepherd@haverford-library.org.
Toad Walk 
The toads are migrating! Join for this fun family toad walk duringthe toad migration right here inPhilly’s Roxborough neighborhoodon Friday,
March 26 and
Saturday 
March 27, 2010,
from 6:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. Learn why toads headout onto this mysterious journey every spring, crossing busy roadsto get there. Hike up to the Rox-borough Reservoir (a special place
that’s rarely seen) to see where they 
go. Learn about their fascinatinglife cycle and listen for the toads’ weird calls. Afterwards, meet the
 volunteers who help the toads cross
the roads, or stay and volunteer  yourself or as a family! Walks areled by Fairmount Park, SchuylkillCenter, and Toad Detour. Rain or 
shine. Bring a flashlight. Free. Park 
-ing is at the ballfield on Port Royal Ave. just off Ridge Ave. (Walks willalso take place on 4/2, 4/3, 4/9.) For info, visit www.toaddetour.com.
Third AnnualCommunity Day 
Cheyney University will host itsThird Annual Community Day onSaturday,
March 27
from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. in conjunction with the
First Annual Thornbury 5K/10K race
on the university’s main campuslocated in southeastern Pennsyl- vania. Community Day provides anopportunity for the university toinvite neighbors and friends to thecampus to learn about its students,
faculty, alumni, programs, and more.
Cheyney University’s Community Day is free and opened to the pub-lic. More info regarding the racemay be found at www.runccrs.com.There will also be children’s raceson the University’s track and field.Coupled with the CU Community Day activities, the event promisesto be a fun-filled family affair.Highlights of the day include amini-health fair, petting zoo, facepainting, student art exhibit, the-atrical performances, and more.Find a detailed listing of eventsand activities at www.cheyney.edu.
Low-Cost Wills for Older Adults
New Horizons Senior Center is colla
-borating with attorney Kathleen Valentine to provide low-cost willsfor older adults, age 55 and over, at206 Price Avenue in Narberth onTuesday,
March 30
from 9:00 a.m.until 12:00 noon. The fee is $35for senior center members and $50for non-members. Pre-registrationis required. For information, call610-664-2366 weekdays 9:15 a.m. -1:15 p.m.
Impromolding Lecture with Tejo Remy 
On Thursday 
 April 1
a public lec-ture on Dutch master designer-artist Tejo Remy’s design philoso-phy and latest design technique
impromolding will be held at 7 p.m.
in Stein Auditorium (111 NesbittHall, 3215 Market St.). Drexel stu-dent work will be on display in thelobby of Nesbitt Hall, an exhibitionof the creating and making thathas taken place over the four-day 
Charrette. Free and open to the pub-lic.
For info call 215-895-1029 or email visco@drexel.edu.
Performance
The Averagazzi, a new troupe pre-senting not-so-traditional comme-dia dell’arte, present a parody of internet social networking entitledLibrofacé: a Social NotworkingFarce, on
 April 3
at Walking FishTheatre, 2509 Frankford Avenue,in Fishtown. There will be two per-formances, at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.Tickets for the 8 p.m. show are $10each. Tickets for the 4 p.m. show 
are pay what you can. Walking Fish
Theatre is the workshop and per-formance space for the community 
of Fishtown and Kensington, at 2509
Frankford Avenue. For info call
215-427-WALK, or info@bsomeday.org,
or www.walkingfishtheatre.com.
Milkboy Open Mike
Open call for writers/readers and a
receptive audience. All are welcome
to share up to ten minutes of their personal narrative/creative non-fiction/memoir writing work. Writ-ers of all ages and levels of experi-ence are encouraged to bring in
 your stories – prose or poetry. Stories
bind us to a common humanity.Let’s open up our hearts with anopen mike and an open mind. Tell
 your friends and relatives. Tell your 
story. This will be a first Tuesday monthly event beginning on Tues-day,
 April 6, 2010
at 7:30 p.m. atMilkboy in Bryn Mawr.
Tamagawa TaikoDrummers andDancers
Straight from Tokyo, the famedTamagawa Taiko Drum and Dancetroupe performs its dramatic bal-let-like acrobatics to the beats of intricately decorated oversized
drums.
 April 7
(7 p.m.). Levitt Audi
-torium, Gershman Hall (401 S.Broad St., Philadelphia). Free andopen to the public. For info, call
215-717-6110 or www.uarts.edu/go.
ExecuNet NetworkingEvent
 April’s ExecuNet Networking Event
and Senior Roundtable, facilitatedby Kelleher Associates, LLC, wiltake place Wednesday,
 April 7
a
7:15 a.m. The topics of this month’s
meeting will center around “The Assessment Interview,” includinga review of the various aptitudes,
styles, values and temperament tests
that are often included in execu-
tive selection programs. The speak er 
 will be Michael B. (“Mickey”)
Fineberg, Ph.D., Managing Partne
of Delta Consultants. The even will take place at the Radisson Val-ley Forge Convention Center. Thecost is $25 advanced payment, $30at the door. Registration is requir-ed to participate in the SenioRoundtable. For info contacKelleher Associates, LLC, at 610-293-1115 or www.kelleherllc.com.
Meet Author 
On Wednesday,
 April 7
at 7:30p.m., the Parkway Central Library,Free Library of Philadelphia, 1901 Vine St. presents Jacqueline Edel-berg, author of “How to Walk to
School.” When two moms venture
inside their neighborhood’s strug-gling public elementary school, thenew principal asked what it woultake for them to enroll their chil-dren. Sensing opportunity, they re-turned the next day with an exten-sive wish list. The principal reatheir list and said, “Well, let’s gestarted, girls! It’s going to bebusy year…” In “How to Walk toSchool,” Jacqueline Edelberg, theneighborhood mom, and SusanKurland, the school principal, pro- vide a blueprint for reclaimingpublic education based on theiefforts to transform their ownchallenged urban school into oneof Chicago’s best. Book sales ansigning follow lecture. For infor-mation, call 215-686-5414.
Comedian to Perform
Funnyman Joel Chasnoff will bringhis antics to the greater Philadel-phia area
 April 10,
 when he per-forms his standup routine undethe auspices of Doylestown anNewtown Hadassah. Reservationsare $36 in advance (by March 29),$40 at the door and $18 for stu-
dents. A wine and dessert reception
 will follow the show. Sponsorshipsalso are available: A gold sponsoat $360 receives preferential seat-
ing for four; a silver sponsor at $118
receives preferential seating fo
two. To find out more about Chasnoff,
 visit www.joelchasnoff.com. Fo
reservations and sponsor info, con
-tact Hadassah at Pasuez@aol.coor 215-340-5397.
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Master WoodCarver, CharlesMelnick, com-pletes a rendi-tion of the comi-cal white rabbitfrom “Alice InWonderland,”one of numer-ous works fromthe classic talethat he will beexhibiting andselling at theSpring Festival of Quality Crafts in Ocean City, NJ. Over 60unique artisans will join Melnick in the popular seasonal showproduced by the Jersey Shore Artisans Guild,
March 27 - 28
atthe Music Pier. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.Admission is $3 with all profits going to area charities. A $3admission donation along with all profits from the show supportlocal charities. For information, contact the Jersey ShoreArtisans Guild at 800-225-1007 or 609-399-9998.
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Fleisher Reception & Silent Auction
A reception and silent auction of “cascarones,” confetti-filled hand-paint
-d eggs popular in Mexican folk art tradition, will be held on Sunday,
arch 28
from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Fleisher Art Memorial, 719atharine Street, Philadelphia. The event is part of a series of activitiesalled “Cascarones Por La Vida” that artist Marta Sanchez developed in1992 to raise money to assist and nurture children with HIV/AIDS, espe-ially to help them access arts education programs. Since its inception,he project has raised $40,000. Admission is $5. Refreshments will berovided by local restaurants including Creperie Beau Monde, Tria,iBruno Brothers and Flying Fish Brewing Company. Artistas y Musicosmericanos (AMLA) will provide entertainment. Fleisher Art Memorialis located at 719 Catharine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147.
“Celebrating Caldecott” Children’s Day 
Families are invited to a day of art and reading adventures on
 April 1
with “Celebrating Caldecott Children’s Day.” Visitors may come any time
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and take a guided tour of the exhibition “Drawingfrom a Story: Illustrations by Selected Caldecott Medal Winners,” listento stories, see animated versions of Maurice Sendak’s books and createhands-on art projects. The program is free with regular museum admis-
sion. The Brandywine River Museum is located on U.S. Route 1 in Chadd
sord, Pennsylvania. For information, contact the education office at edu-ation@brandywine.org or 610-388-8382.
N.C. Wyeth House and Studio Reopen for Tours
The restored home and art studio of famed American illustrator N.C.Wyeth re-opens for public tours on
 April 6, 2010.
Tours depart from theBrandywine River Museum by shuttle Tuesday through Sunday at timedintervals
through November 21, 2010.
In 1911, with the proceedsrom his illustrations for “Treasure Island,” N.C. Wyeth purchased 18cres of land on Rocky Hill in the village of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.he Brandywine River Museum now owns the house and studio, as wells thousands of items that were part of the life of the Wyeth family androps that were part of the engrossing career of N.C. Wyeth. Educationalours of the N.C. Wyeth House and Studio permit visitors, six years oldnd older, to experience the environment where Wyeth created many of is memorable works of art and the house where he raised his five xtraordinarily gifted children. The N.C. Wyeth House and Studio is aational Landmark and a member of the Historic Artists’ Homes andStudios group of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Admissiono the N.C. Wyeth House and Studio tour is $5 per person in addition touseum admission. Admission is free for Brandywine Conservancy embers. The tours last approximately one hour and are offered atimed intervals. Reservations are not required. Transportation to theouse and Studio is by Brandywine River Museum shuttle bus only. Theour is handicapped accessible. For information, contact the Brandywineiver Museum at 610-388-2700 or visit www.brandywinemuseum.org.
Luncheon and Fashion Show 
National Society Daughters of The American Revolution, Jeptha AbbottChapter, is presenting a Luncheon and Fashion Show,
 April 7, 2010,
at
Overbrook Country Club, BrynMawr,
at 11:30 a.m. Fashions will be pre-sented by Polka Dots in Paoli. Proceeds from the event will benefit DAR Schools. For information call 610-525-6040.
Luncheon
To celebrate the National Italian American Foundation’s (NIAF) 35thAnniversary, the Foundation invites college students majoring in jour-nalism, communications, and marketing and business as well as jour-nalists of Italian ancestry, and other media professionals to the launch
of the Frank J. Guarini/NIAF Media Forum in Philadelphia,
 April 7, 2010.
ESPN National Correspondent Sal Palantonio will keynote the luncheon.He will discuss the ways young graduates can reach the top echelon of their careers/positions. Student leaders from the Foundation’s studentorganization at Villanova University—the first of its kind in the U.S. willbe attending the event. Noon luncheon; 1 p.m. keynote address and
“Meet & Greet,” at The Villanova Conference Center, Main Dining Room,
601 County Line Road, Radnor. Media and Sports and EntertainmentMembers attending, contact Elissa@niaf.org or 202-939-3106. Studentsrespond to Natasha@niaf.org or 202-939-3116.
Black-Tie GayBingo
The Eleventh Annual Black-Tie GayBingo will be held
 April 9, 2010,
in
The Crystal Tea Room, Wanamaker Building, 100 Penn Square East, Phila-
delphia, from 6:30 p.m. to Midnight. The festive evening will feature din-ner, six bingo games, a silent auction, awards presentation, and danc-ing. Proceeds of the event will benefit vital HIV and AIDS services in theGreater Philadelphia regional. For information call 215-731-9255.
St. John Neumann Garage Sale
The annual garage sale at St. John Neumann Church, Radnor Road andHighland Lane, BrynMawr, will be held
 April 10,
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and April 11,
from 8:30 to 1:30 p.m. There will be wonderful treasuresat bargain prices, all donated by parishioners. Included are better cloth-ing, a designer Boutique for lovely ready-to-wear apparel, housewares,linens, toys, books, small appliances, electronics, holiday decorationsand furniture. This is a major fundraiser for the parish. For informationcall 610-353-1875 or arnoldapplelady@snip.net.
 Annual Art Show 
The Ladies’ Chapter of Daylesford Abbey is presenting the 38th Annual Art Show,
 April 10, 2010,
at the Daylesford Abbey, 220 South Valley Road, Paoli. The show will continue
through April 25, 2010.
 A Cham-pagne Reception will be held April 10, from 3 to 6 p.m. The hours are 1p.m. - 4 p.m. daily, and open until 8 p.m. Fridays. Free admission after the opening. Proceeds from the Annual Art Show will benefit Daylesford Abbey. For information call 610-647-2530.
 Anniversary Celebration
The Friends of Chamounix are presenting the Forty-Sixth Anniversary 
Celebration of Chamounix Mansion International Hostel,
 April 10, 2010,
at Chamounix Mansion, 3250 Chamounix Drive, Philadelphia, 5:30 to 8p.m. The Anniversary celebration will honor Bill Giles as “Man of the Year.” Proceeds from the celebration will help the committee with inte-rior restoration, maintenance and general upkeep of the Federal-style villa in Fairmount Park. For information call 610-527-3669.
“An Evening for Child Advocacy”
The Support Center for Child Advocates is presenting, “An Evening for Child Advocacy,”
 April 14, 2010,
in the Crystal Tea Room, The Wana-maker Building 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, from 5 to 8 p.m.The event will honor Governor Edward G. Rendell, with the presentationof the 2010 Judge Lois G. Forer Child Advocacy Award. The annual ben-efit reception and silent auction celebrates the extraordinary efforts of people who change the story for Philadelphia’s abused and neglectedchildren. For information call 267-546-9211.
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or nearly 50 years Stephen Sondheim has dominatedthe direction of Broadway musical theater. Discover hisreative imagination in an exciting new six-week lectureffered by the Forum and Rosemont College’s Office ofon-Credit Programs starting
April 8
at 10:00 a.m. in theaul Forum Classroom. This event is open to the publicnd registration is required.Spend an hour and half each week
through May 13,
withorothy J. Liggett, exploring both the commercial failuresas well as the hits that shaped the evolution of Sondheim’sartistic process from the late ‘50s to the present. Specialconsideration will also be given to the Sondheim’s statureand longevity which has dictated his collaboration withother Broadway greats.There is a $70 registration fee for this event. Contact theOffice of Non-Credit Programs, at 610-527-0200, ext. 3102for information or register online at www.rosemont.edu.
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Spend an hour and half each week
through April 22,
withauthor and antique scholar Bob Brooke surveying antiques
from 1830 to 1910. Participants will learn what to look forin an antique shop and in their homes. Learning what tocollect from junk will also be explored.There is a $40 registration fee for this event. Contact theOffice of Non-Credit Programs, at 610-527-0200, ext. 3102for information or register online at www.rosemont.edu.
All About Antiques Course

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