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City Suburban News, Year 25, No. 30, April 7 - April 13, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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F
or a company
to survive –even thrive –in any economy,
its executives must
hire “A-players”—employees whoconsistently deliv-er quality, innova-tion, and profits.In his new book,
 How to Hire A-Play- 
ers,
Wynnewood-based author EricHerrenkohl haslaid out simpleground rules tohelp anyone find,hire, and keepthese “rock star”employees.To launch thebook, Herrenkohlwill present thekeynote lecture“Creating a Teamof A-Players” onWednesday,
April14
at the National
Constitution Center
in Philadelphia.“Most people
don’t get into busi-ness to focus on people issues. They like to sell, build, ana-lyze,
and make money,” says Herrenkohl. “But we all quick-ly figure out that you have to get the ‘people piece’ right inorder to have the business and the life that you want.”Herrenkohl is president of Herrenkohl Consulting, agreater-Philadelphia based firm dedicated to helping exec-utives create the businesses they want by creating theorganizations they need. In his new book
 How to Hire A- 
U
pper Darby native and Juilli
ard
School pianist, Peter Dugan,
will
perform a classical and jazzconcert at The Upper DarbyPerforming Arts Center onSaturday,
April 17
at 7:30 p.m.
The concert entitled “Double Play” is acom
-
pletely unique and exciting evening of music.
Dugan will take the audience on a musicaljourney from Mendelssohn, Beethoven andChopin to
Jazz pieces based on themesofRachmaninoff and Wagner
and original compositionsby Dugan and his brother,composer Leonardo Dugan.Orchestra seats are $15,general admission seats are$10 and students save $1 onall tickets. For info call theBox Office at 610-622-1189.Tickets are available online
at www.udpac.org. The Upper
Darby Performing Arts Cen-
ter Box Office is open Monday
- Friday from 1 to 4:30 p.m.The Performing Arts Centeris located at 601 N. Lans-downe Avenue, Drexel Hill,
PA. The theater is wheel chair
accessible and offers freeparking.
Peter Dugan began his stud
-ies at the age of five and isnow a student at The Juilli-ard School in New York City.
Last year he made his Carne-
gie Hall debut. In February2010, Dugan was invited to
perform Schubert’s Trout
Quintet with Itzhak
Perlman
at the Metropolitan Museum
of Art in New York. He was
recently showcased
on NPR’s “From the Top”
with his piano trio.In the jazz oriented second half of the pro
-gram Dugan will be accompanied by Leo
Dugan on sax, Alex Salwach on bass and Will
Kain on drums. Leo Dugan is a graduate of
the University of Pennsylvania and is a free
-lance composer. Salwach is a student atManhattan School of Music and Kain is a
student at Princeton University. All are from
the Greater Philadelphia area.
T
his April, the Historical Society ofPennsylvania will celebrate the100th anniversary of its stately redbrick building at the corner of 13th and
Locust Streets. Thousands of people pass
by this building every day, but few know
the fascinating story behind this historicstructure—one of the first fireproof librar
-ies in the United States.The building is 100 years old, but the
Historical Society of Pennsylvania is much
older. The Society was founded in 1824,and it moved several times in its earlyyears. In 1883, the Historical Societyfinally purchased property at the cornerof 13th and Locust, a mansion that hadbeen constructed by John Hare Powel.The mansion was the former home ofGeneral Robert Patterson, who had ser-ved in the War of 1812, the Mexican War,and the Civil War. The house, with its gardens and greenhouses, was wellknown in Philadelphia, as Patterson had frequently entertained notableguests including author Charles Dickens and actress Fanny Kemble.The Society members worried about the potential of fire to destroy or
damage the Society’s historic collection, so they embarked on an ambitious
building project on the site. ArchitectAddison Hutton drew up the plans forthe renovations, and the building wasingeniously designed to be as fireproofas possible. Its thick walls are made ofbrick. No wood was used in the con-struction, not even for the bookcasesor furniture. Each room was divided bya fireproof door hung on an inclinedrailway track, counter-weighted so thatwhen the temperature rises a fusibleplug melts and the door automaticallycloses.In April 1910, construction was com-plete and the building opened to the public with much fanfare and two
days of celebration. On April 7, a distinguished group of historians, scholars,Society members, and esteemed guests gathered in the Society’s Assembly
Hall for a formal banquet. To celebrate the building’s 100th anniversary,
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Juilliard Pianist to Perform“Double Play”
Upper Darby native Peter Dugan comes home to perform at theUpper Darby Performing Arts Center 
Upper Darby native and Juilliard School pianist, Peter Dugan,will perform a classical and jazz concert at The Upper Darby 
 Performing Arts Center on
 April 17 
at 7:30 p.m.Wynnewood-based author Eric Herrenkohl will present the keynotelecture “Creating a Team of A-Players” on Wednesday,
 April 14
at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Historical Society of Pennsylvaniacirca 1905, after the first phase of construction. Photo/Courtesy of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Historical Society of Pennsylvania Marks 100th Anniversaryof Its Landmark Building
HSP will celebrate with an exhibit, behind-the-scenes tours, and festive party
Wynnewood RecruitingExpert Launches Bookwith Keynote Speech
See 
Wynnewood Author’s Book & Speech 
on page 4 See 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania Landmark Building Anniversary 
on page 11
 
Spring Concert
On Friday,
 April 9
at 8 p.m., the
Haverford-Bryn Mawr College Orche-
stra, directed by Cheung Chau, willperform their Spring Concert inRoberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium.
Their program will include Dvorak’s
New World Symphony Barber’sKnoxville Summer, performed by Jacquelyn Freund, mezzo soprano,and the Lalo Cello Concerto, 1stmovement, performed by KelvinChang. This concert will be heldin Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditor-ium and is free and open to thepublic. For information call 610-896-1011 or visit http://www.haver-ford.edu/music/events.
Multi-Media Show 
On
 April 10,
at 7 p.m., a coura-geous artistic collective of musi-cians, actors, poets, animators,painters, and a sculptor will deliv-er “ReUnion” – a multi-media
“dream performance” – to audiences
hailing from the tri-state area andbeyond. This artistic experience will take place at the PhiladelphiaEthical Society, 1906 RittenhouseSquare, Philadelphia, PA 19103.Tickets are $25 and can be pur-chased online at www.sacred-soul.eventbrite.com or by emailingconnect@fatimahloren.com.
Network for New Music
On Sunday,
 April 11
at 7:30 p.m.,Network for New Music, theaward-winning chamber ensemblededicated to commissioning andperforming works by living com-posers, continues its 25th Anni-
 versary concert season with “Silent
Partners” featuring new works by Michael Hersch and Stephen Jaffe.
This concert will be held in Roberts
Hall, Marshall Auditorium on theHaverford College Campus at 370
Lancaster Avenue in Haverford, PA,
and is free and open to the public.For info call 610-896-1011.
Building a Future for  Autistic Children
Jim Powers, Executive Director of Marketing for Melmark, will pro- vide parents with information andresources on how to plan a future
for their children. Melmark is a multi-
service agency focused on develop-mental disabilities. To attend the
 workshop Tuesday,
 April 13,
at 6:30p.m., visit Joseph E. Regional Library 
at 68 W. Chelten Avenue. For info,
call Mary Kachline at 215-685-2151.
Meet Author 
On Tuesday,
 April 13
at 7:30 p.m.at the Parkway Central Library,Free Library of Philadelphia, 1901 Vine St., join author activist Paul
Rogat Loeb as he discusses the new 
edition of his best-selling book,“Soul of a Citizen.” A lifelong par-ticipant in social and environmen-tal causes, the Seattle based Loebcalls for a renewal of personal en-gagement and a return to the com-munity involvement and activismof the 60s. Inspired by individuals who believe that striving for a bet-ter world is worthwhile, Loeb’s up-dated edition profiles new storiesof social commitment, promptingthe late Howard Zinn to pronounceit, “An essential book for anyone who wants to work for change.”Book sales and signing follow thelecture.
Home DecoratingLecture
Join the Haverford Township FreeLibrary for this Home Decoratingevent thathad previously beenpostponed due to snow. The new date is Wed.,
 April 14
at 7 p.m. for Quick Design:Learn 10 low-cost ways to update your home’s look for spring.The guest presenter isPamela Kenney from UncommonThreads Interior Designs. Pamelais an expert organizer who has worked in the New York, New Jer-sey, Pennsylvania, and Delawareareas for over a decade helpinghomeowners improve their lives.
The library is located at 1601 Darby 
Road in Havertown. For informa-tion, call 610-446-3082, e-mailhaverford@haverfordlibrary.org or  visit www.haverfordlibrary.org and
click on the Calendar of Events link.
Sports Writer StanIsaacs Speaks
Come to the Haverford TownshipFree Library on Wednesday,
 April14
at 7 p.m. to enjoy an evening of great sports stories. Stan Isaacs, asports writer for over 40 years and
former Newsday columnist, will share
accounts of ten defining momentsin the history of sports. “The ShotHeard Round the World,” in 1951.
“The Fight of the Century,” in 1971.
The horror of the 1972 Munich Olym
-pics. Secretariat’s legendary win atthe 1973 Belmont Stakes. StanIsaacs saw them all live. Isaacscovered thousands of sports sto-ries in his more than fifty years as
a journalist. But ten moments stand
out in his memory. “Ten Moments
That Shook the Sports World” offers
Isaacs’ eyewitness accounts of theevents that changed sports history.
The library is located at 1601 Darby 
Road, Havertown, PA 19083. Visit www.haverfordlibrary.org for info.
French Dance Program
 A collaborative performance by dance students from the Univer-sity of the Arts and the FrenchConservatoire de Reims. Students will perform work by French chore-ographer Myriam Herve-Gil andManuela Robert, as well as School
of Dance faculty member Scott Jovo
- vich’s choreography to “An Ameri-
can in Paris.”
 April 15 - 16
(7 p.m.).
Merriam Theater (250 S. Broad St.,Philadelphia). Free and open to the
public. For info, call 215-717-6110or visit www.uarts.edu/go.
Ballroom Social Dance
 A Ballroom Social Dance will beheld at Sangha Space, located at
116 W. Baltimore Avenue, 2nd Floor,
Media, PA 19063. Friday,
 April 16,
from 8 p.m. - 12 a.m., $12. (and 3rd
Fridays into the future). Come early 
for the complimentary lesson!Stay late and dance in a turn of thecentury ballroom. Your host
andDJ, Alex Jacobs, will make sure
themusic makes you want to dance.For info, call 610-565-0300 or visit www.sanghaspace.com.
Shopping Event
The Wardrobe Boutique, 1822 Spring
Garden, Philadelphia, will presenHow to Lose 10 lbs. with the Per-fect Bra.” With Jenè Luciani, na-tionally known fashion expert anauthor of The Bra Book (Visihttp://www.thebrabook.com). Jenè will sign books and offer tips fopurchasing the most importanaccessory in your wardrobe. Theevent will be held Sat.,
 April 17,
from 2:30 - 4 p.m. This event is free
to the public. For info call 215-568-2660.
Michael SchadePerforms at Curtis Alumni Recital Series
The Curtis Alumni Recital Seriespresents acclaimed tenor MichaeSchade (‘90) in concert on Sunday,
 April 18
at 3 p.m. at the CurtisInstitute of Music. Mr. Schade,frequent performer in the world’sgreat opera houses, including theMetropolitan Opera, Vienna Staat-soper, and Salzburg Festival, per-
forms Schubert’s Die schöne Mülleri
 with pianist Mikael Eliasen, artis-tic director of the Curtis Oper Theatre. Artists on the Alumni
Recital Series donate their services,
and proceeds from the concertsdirectly benefit current Curtis stu-dents. The recital takes place inField Concert Hall at the CurtisInstitute of Music, 1726 Locus
Street, Philadelphia. Tickets are $28
and are available from the CurtisTicket Office at 215-893-7902 o www.curtis.edu.
“Romeo and Juliet”
The Annenberg Center for thePerforming Arts’ season of Shake-
speare concludes with two of Ameri
ca’s most renowned touring/re-gional theater companies – The Acting Company and The GuthrieTheater – in six performances of “Romeo and Juliet,”
 April 20 - 24,2010.
The Annenberg Center isthe final stop on a 26-city tour fothe Acting Company and GuthrieTheater that has taken them tocollege campuses and other per-forming arts venues across the
country since early January. Tickets
for the performance are $20-$55.For tickets or information, visi AnnenbergCenter.org or call 215-898-3900. Tickets can also be pur-chased in person at the AnnenbergCenter Box Office.
Career Seminar 
Executive Career Seminar on Wednesday,
 April 21,
from 6:00p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Villanova Uni-
 versity, Lancaster Avenue, Villanova,
PA, Main Campus West, TolentineHall, 3rd Floor. Register online a www.careerpotential.com/signupor call 1-610-649-1778.
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“Art for a Cure”
Oncology On Canvas and Colleges Against Cancer of Thomas JeffersonUniversity present “Art for a Cure” Art Gala Fundraiser. This exhibit isan art gallery with “2008 Oncology on Canvas: Expressions of a Cancer Journey”—artwork was done by cancer survivors, patients, families, etc.and there will be 50 pieces with the stories as well. This fundraiser willbe on display one-night-only on Friday,
 April 9, 2010
at Bryn Mawr Hospital Health Center in Newtown Square, PA. This is a formal event
and the first ever type of event for both organizations. There will be
music,
beverages, hors d’oeuvres, food, raffles, and more surprises. Dona
tions of 20 per person and $15 for students with ID all benefit Relay for Life(American Cancer Society). For info call 267-210-4925.
Music Gala at Eastern University 
The Eastern University 7th Annual Music Gala Benefit Concert is Sun-day,
 April 11
at 3:00 p.m. It will be held again this year at Church of theSaviour, 651 North Wayne Avenue, Wayne, PA. The Music Gala featuresthe popular Eastern University Piano Quartet made up of music faculty Ron Matthews, James Correnti, David Bryant and Duncan Stearns. TheUniversity Choir will perform in addition to other music faculty and stu-dents. Tickets are $40, $30, $20, and $15. For concert and ticket info, call610-341-4397. Order tickets online at www.musicgala.myevent.com.Proceeds from the Music Gala benefit the students and programs of theMusic Department.
50th Anniversary Gala
The Vanguard School’s 50th Anniversary Gala, “Shining Stars: Past, Present
and Future,” will be held
 April 17, 2010,
at The Foundry, 2 North MainStreet, Phoenixville. The Gala will begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails andsilent auction followed by dinner, acknowledgements, live auction anddancing by the band Chico’s Vibe. Proceeds from the Gala will benefitThe Vanguard School. For information call 610-296-6700, ext. 180.
Community Gala
The Baldwin School Parents’ Association is presenting its Annual Com-munity Gala,
 April 17, 2010,
at the Baldwin School, 701 Montgomery Avenue, BrynMawr, from 6 to 11 p.m. Its theme is “A Night in MonteCarlo.” Guests can try their luck at exciting casino games. Hit the jack-pot with the auctions. Proceeds from will benefit the Baldwin School. For information call 610-527-1814.
Coaches vs. Cancer Basketball Gala
The 7th annual Coaches vs. Cancer of Philadelphia Basketball Gala willbe held
 April 17, 2010,
at Park Hyatt at The Bellevue, Broad and WalnutStreets, Philadelphia. The Gala will begin at 6:30 p.m. with cocktails andilent auction, followed by dinner, program and live auction. Music wille by the FM Band. The Gala is hosted by: Ree and Fran Dunphy –emple University; Judy and Phil Martelli – Saint Joseph’s University;ene and Bruiser Flint – Drexel University; Donna and John Giannini –a Salle University; Patty and Jay Wright – Villanova University; Jeromend Aita Allen – University of Pennsylvania. The Gala, presented by ndependence Blue Cross, will benefit The American Cancer Society. For information call 215-985-5335.
2010 Woman One
Drexel University College of Medicine’s Institute for Women’s Healthand Leadership named Eliana Papadakis, the 2010 Woman One Awardrecipient in tribute to her contributions to education, youth, and com-munity. Presentation of the Woman One Award will be
 April 19, 2010
,at The Rittenhouse Hotel, 210 West Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia,at 5:30 p.m. Proceeds from the event will support medical school schol-arships for talented minority women who plan to become physicians inmedically underserved communities. For information call 215-255-7373.
Luncheon with Lisa Scottoline
The Women’s Committee of the Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and
 Anthropology is presenting a luncheon at the Philadelphia Country Clubin Gladwyne,
 April 20, 2010,
at 10 a.m. The luncheon will feature LisaScottoline. Hear her talk and get an autographed copy of her new book,“Think Twice.” Ms. Scottoline, the New York Times-best selling author of 16 thrillers, Philadelphia Inquirer columnist and graduate of both theUniversity of Pennsylvania and Penn’s Law School, will speak at 11 a.m.Lunch and informal modeling will follow her talk. Along with the book 
signing, there will be boutiques and a silent auction. Proceeds of the lun-cheon
 will benefit the Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthro-pology. For information call 215-898-9202.
Small Indulgences
The Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art is hostinga two-day shopping event,
 April 20 and 21, 2010,
at The MontroseMansion at the Villanova Conference Center, 610 County Line Road,Radnor. A Preview Party will be held on April 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. Bouti-que shopping will be April 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and a High Tea willbe held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event features one-of-a-kind jewelry,clothing, gifts and accessories – 30+ boutique vendors. Twenty-five per-cent of all sales will be donated to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. For information call 215-684-7931.
Opera Preview: “La bohème”
Get more out of your opera experience with a free opera preview on Wednesday,
 April 21,
5:30 p.m.!
The conductor and director will share
insights and cast members will perform excerpts from our upcomingproduction of “La bohème.” Afterward, meet the artists and your fellow opera lovers as you enjoy complimentary light refreshments. AVA’s
 Warden Theater is located at 1920 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103.
Call 215-735-1685 for reservations. Visit www.avaopera.org for info.
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Sciences Department is hosting a spring fashion show, “IU
Loves the World of Fashion,” featuring styles from aroundthe world. The show takes place on Thursday,
April 15,
inthe Great Hall, on the campus of Immaculata. The eventbegins at 6:00 p.m., with a social hour and the fashion show
begins at 7:00 p.m.This year’s theme, “IU Loves the World of Fashion,” isfeaturing both clothing and accessories inspired by four
major fashion capitals: New York, Paris, London, and Milan.
All models are Immaculata University students. Clothingand other fashion items are provided by the followingstores: David’s Bridal in Plymouth Meeting; Boscov’s and
Plato’s Closet in Exton; Occasions Boutique, Varani Formal,and Posh Collections – all from Malvern; Malena’s, Nich, and
OBVI – all from West Chester. In addition, hair and make-
up is being provided by three local beauty school graduates.
Making its debut at this year’s fashion show is a new run-way that was purchased for a new Fashion Department
course being offered in Spring 2011 – “Fashion Show Produc
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The event is free and open to the public. For information,
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