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City Suburban News, Year 25, No. 36, May 19 - May 25, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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S
aint Joseph’sUniversity sen-
ior Molly Porthhas taken
full advan-tage of her time onHawk Hill. Always
involved
and com-
mitted to her studies,
Molly’s list of activi-
ties and achieve-
ments is long. Now,
“Fulbright recipient”
can
now be addedto that list. Porthreceived a FulbrightEnglish
TeachingAssistantship to
teach in Mexico next
year, a fusion of her
interests in traveland teaching.Molly, a double
major in English and
Spanish, first gotthe idea to apply tothe Fulbright pro-
gram when studying
abroad in Santiago,Chile, her junior
year. She was nearing the end of her time there, and wasn’tready to leave. Her father, Steve Porth ’80, Ph.D., associate
dean for academic affairs of the Erivan K. Haub School ofBusiness, who was visiting at the time, suggested the Ful-bright as a way to continue immersing herself in the Span-
B
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he ancients knew the importanceof finding magic in the every day.
Theirs was a universe governed
by gods and spirits. Many civi-lizations based their beliefs on
the existence of a spiritual world,
what we might now call a magical world, a
place where good and
evil played out in
battles of sunlight and
storms, where suffer
-
ing people could pray
their way out of star
-vation and adversi-ty, where gods con-trolled the success-ful growth of crops,and where loverscould be swayed
by prayer and magic.
This, we have lost.Our folklore. Ourmagic. Our inspi-
ration in the every
day.In an age wherewe are barraged
with reality media,
it has become anuncommon thingto look for whatslips betweenwords, for whatis not readilyapparent. Find-ing magic inthe every dayis a skill. Formany it does not come naturally.Others know how this
apparent skill can changeyour outlook, can inspire
you, and help you begin
to heal yourself and your
world. Right or wrong,
we need to believe there
is magic out there—everywhere. The key isthat magic in the every
day may just be a reality
—if you know how to
find it. Here are ten waysto find magic in the every
day.
1.
Be brutally honestwith someone who
you feel does not under-stand you. Our isolation
causes us the greatestheartache. Often whenwe feel misunderstood,it is because we are notrevealing ourselves. We
are operating out of fear,
hiding behind a maskthat prevents othersfrom knowing us. That
sense of separateness is
an illusion. We must as-
sert that connectedness(though we may not feel
it) through honesty. In
some circles, this is call-
ed “Act as if.” Act as ifyou were connected tothis person. Take risks
with those whom we feel
disconnected. When wespeak our truth, when
we face those who we fear, that sense of iso
-lation disappears. More often than not, thatperson with whom we share a new connec-
tion will be the purveyor of a gift, something
that we have been waiting for or wanting to
know about. This new connection may prove
to be one of the strongest and most benefi-cial in our lives.
2.
Practice intuition by realizing that aconversation starts the minute youlook someone in
the eye, and respond
to that look rather
than the words that
follow. The arenaof human commu-nication is the bestplace to practiceand develop one’sintuition. Many peo-ple throughout their
lives chase intuition,
what some call magic,
as though it is rareand elusive. In truth,it is available to all ofus if we attune our-selves to it. By relat-ing to a person basedon empathy and ener-gy rather than words,
we are heightening our
level of awareness and
developing our intuition
.
Soon our intuition changes
the way we experienceour lives, becomes our
natural way of being, and
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 Ilie Ruby is the author of “The Language of Trees” (Avon HarperCollins). Visit her online at www.ilieruby.com.Glowing performers from Mann School and Wolf PAC receive a standing ovation after their finale of “On the Other Side of the Fence.” 
Ten Ways to Find Magic Every Day
 Molly Porth with her father Steve, whois Associate Dean for 
 Academic Affairsand Executive Director of Graduate Pro-  grams
for SJU’s Erivan K. Haub School 
of Business. Molly Porth, who graduated 
 May 15, from Saint Joseph’s University,has received 
a Fulbright assistantshipto teach in Mexico.
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Arts Center Collaborateswith Philly Public School
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Arts Center, a non-profit performing arts center inWynnewood, and the William B. Mann Elementary
School in West Philadelphia performed alongside each other
in the children’s musical, “On the Other Side of the Fence.”
This wonderful musical was a positive, heartwarming exam-ple
of collaboration, learning, and creative expression for
each child involved. Parents, teachers, friends and familiescame out in droves to support these children who rehearsed
this production since September, and the hope is that thespirit of collaboration between other arts groups andPhiladelphia public schools continues to flourish.
See 
10 Ways to Find Magic 
on page 5 See 
Graduate Receives Fulbright Teaching Assistantship 
on page 5 
 
“Friday Night Alive”
 A family celebration of Shabbat with
prayer, music, and dancing in-the-round will be held Friday,
May 21
at 7:00 p.m. at Adath Israel, 250 N.Highland Avenue, Merion Station,
PA 19066. For info call 610-934-1919
or email: info@adathisrael.org.
City Gardens Contest
Call for Entrants: Enter the 2010
PHS City Gardens Contest! Launch
-ed in 1975, the City Gardens Con-test celebrates the beauty anddiversity of Philadelphia while rec-ognizing local gardeners for their skillful and imaginative garden
ing.Contestants compete in numer 
ouscategories from container and veg-etable gardens to street planters,garden blocks and green roofs. The
deadline is June 10.
For info,
contact Flossie Narducci at 215-98
8-8897, fnarducci@pennhort.org or  visit PHSOnline.org
Seminary May Fest
Join your neighbors under the tent
at May Fest at the Seminary! Satur 
-day,
May 22,
1 to 5 p.m., on the
campus of The Lutheran Theological
Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP),
7301 Germantown Avenue, Mt. Airy,
Philadelphia. Proceeds to benefit
the Lutheran Seminary and East Mt.
 Airy Neighbors. Food and Refresh-ment! Beer Tasting! from BrewersOutlet – photo ID required whensigning in! Music by the GrooveDaemons. Fun for Kids! Purchasetickets online: Adults $25, Kids
under 10: $5 at http://ltsp.edu/mayfest
(tickets day of event: Adults $30,Kids under 10: $10). For informa-tion call 215-248-7339.
PSU Brandywine Gala
Penn State Brandywine will cele-
brate the achievements of Pennsyl
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 vania State Representative Thomas
Killion ’79, of Middletown, andSylvia Schaffer ’89, of Glen Mills,the campus’ retired, long-time fin-ancial aid coordinator while rais-
ing money for student scholarship
sat its third annual Alumni Recog-nition Event, “For the Future,” on
May 22
at the Please Touch Museum
in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park.Susan Barnett, of CBS-3 TV, willserve as the emcee for the even-
ing, which will feature dinner, danc
-ing, music by the Philly Horn Bandand live and silent auctions. RSVPto Risa Pitman at RLP29@psu.eduor 610-892-1255 by May 14.
Celebrate Israel
Join for Israel in Our Hearts, Israel’s62nd Birthday celebration, sponsor 
-ed by JFGP. The fun begins on Sun-day,
May 23, 2010,
from 1 - 5 p.m.
at Penn’s Landing. This community 
family-friendly event is highlight-ed by a spectacular live concert by the Idan Raichel Project. Specialfeatures include a children’s tent,shopping opportunities galore,ethnic food and snacks and muchmore. Admission is free and theexperience is priceless. For infor-mation visit www.jewishphilly.org.
 Asian Pacific AmericanHeritage Celebration
Everyone is invited to celebrate Asian
culture at a free family festivalSaturday,
May 22,
from 11:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. at Franklin Square Park,
6th and Race Streets in Philadel-phia. Enjoy Cambodian, Chinese,
Filipino, Indian, Indonesian, Japan-ese,
Korean, Thai and Vietnamesearts and cultural performances,ethnic foods, fine arts and crafts.Take part in a new health fair with vital information and screenings
and join interactive children’s activi
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ties. Admission is free. Rain or shine.
For info, visit asianheritagefest.org
or call 267-218-5784.
 American Boychoir  Annual Spring Concert
The American Boychoir together  with the Alumni Chorus present
their Annual Spring Concert on Sun-
day,
May 23,
at 4 p.m. Tickets are$30 and $20 and available by 
call-ing 1-800-714-6018. Eighty menand
boys, spanning six decades, willraise their voices together in
songat Trinity Episcopal Cathedral,
801 West State Street, Trenton, NJ.
 Jewish Sports Hall of Fame InductionCeremony 
Eight athletes and celebrities fromthe world of sports will be inducted
into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports
Hall of Fame at the organization’s13th Annual Induction Ceremony and Dinner on
May 24, 2010,
at6:00 p.m. at the Gershman Y, Broad
and Pine Streets, Philadelphia. Com
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cast SportsNet anchor Neil Hartman
 will be the evening’s Master of Cere
-monies. For dinner reservations or sponsorship opportunities, call thePhiladelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame at 215-900-7999. For info, visit www.phillyjewishsports.com.
Domestic AdoptionProgram
Open Arms Adoption Network’s Life-
Long Learning Institute Presents:Domestic Adoption Law Night onTuesday,
May 25, 2010,
from 6 - 8p.m. at 2100 Arch Street, Philadel-phia, PA. $25 fee. The Life-LongLearning Institute, a program of 
Open Arms Adoption Network, is com
-mitted to offering supportive and
enlightening workshops to all those
touched by adoption or consider-ing adoption. To register call 267-
256-2053 or email info@OpenArms
- Adoption.net.
Free Concert
Designed to bring attention to re-cent crimes against women in
Juarez, Mexico, Drexel University’s
Goodwin College of ProfessionalStudies and the Antoinette West-phal College of Media Arts andDesign will present a free concertTuesday,
May 25
at the LeonardPearlstein Gallery in Philadelphiabeginning at 7:00 p.m.StarringIntercultural Journeys, a musical
ensemble comprised of Philadelphia
Orchestra members and other 
notable musicians, the special even
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ing of music is part of “NI UNA MAS,”
a two-month series of specialevents including an art exhibition,film screenings and lectures.For inf, visit www.drexel.edu/juarez ocall 215-895-2548.
Tour Replicas of “TheNina” and “Pinta”
Independence Seaport Museum,located on Penn’s Landing, is host-ing “Pinta” and “The Nina” fro
May 25 - 31, 2010.
The ships wilbe available for self-guided tours
daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Reserva
-tions are not required. Tickets may be purchased at “The Nina” an“Pinta” (cash only). $7 for adults,
$6 for seniors, $5 for children; 4 an
under are free. For info call 215-413-8655, or visit www.phillysea-port.org.
Health Program
This one-hour program will provide
information concerning Comple-mentary and Alternative Medicine(CAM) options in the treatment of common medical conditions. Theprogram will also explore the ben-efits and limitations of the mos
 widely used forms of Complementar 
and Alternative Medicine, so olde
adults can make informed decisions
related to the nontraditional treat-ment of medical conditions. Thisprogram is sponsored by Philadel-
phia Corporation for Aging and pre
sented by Penn Nursing Consul-
tation Services. The program will be
held at Lucien E. Blackwell WesPhiladelphia Regional Library onThursday,
May 27, 2010
at 11:00
a.m. Lucien E. Blackwell West Phila
delphia Regional Library is locateat 125 South 52nd Street, Phila.,
PA 19139 (corner of 52nd & Sanso
Streets). For information call 215685-7433.
Free Lecture
On Thursday,
May 27
at 7:00 p.m.the Parkway Central Library, FreeLibrary of Philadelphia, 1901 VineStreet, join Drexel University’sRichardson Dilworth as he ques-tions, “What is a city?” Focusing
on the relationship among the three
states that comprise the Delaware
 Valley, he rethinks the relationship
between urban centers and theipolitical entities. Richardson Dil- worth, Director of the Center foPublic Policy is an Associate Pro-fessor of History and Politics aDrexel University’s College of Arts
and Sciences. His most recent book 
is “The City in American Politica
Development.” Dilworth appears as
part of a new series that partnersDrexel University scholars and theFree Library of Philadelphia enti-tled, “Two Way Think.” Event isfree. For info, call 215-686-5414.
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Candidates in the MFA Book Arts/Printmaking program at theUniversity of the Arts present “Art to be Read,” recent works invarious mediums including screenprint, stencil, monoprint,etching, letterpress, digital, offset lithography, pen and embroi-dery. The qualities of text, image, three-dimensionality, interac-tivity and temporality unite the pieces in this exhibition. See theexhibit at the President’s Office Suite, Hamilton Hall, 320 S.Broad St., Philadelphia. On display
through June 18.
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Plein Air Festival
Wayne Art Center is presenting its 4th Annual Plein Air Festival
May 17- July 2, 2010,
at the Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne.A Plein Air Gala Preview and Artists Reception will be held
May 22,2010,
from 6 to 10 p.m. The Exhibition is in the Davenport Gallery andopen to the public
May 23 - July 2, 2010.
Gallery Hours are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. A Plein Air Workshop will be held
May 24 - May 26, 2010,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. William Scott Jennings, 2010 juror and artist, will lead the workshop within a designated location near Wayne Art Center. All works painted during the 5-day festival will be for sale. Proceeds will benefit the Wayne Art Center’s educational programs.For information call 610-688-3553.
Pet Event
Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia
present “With Love Super Adoption
Day.” This fundraising and awareness event will bring together severalanimal welfare and rescue groups in the Philadelphia area along with
live music, food, and vendors selling unique products for people and pets.
The event will be held
May 22,
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Piazza at Schmidts(2nd and Germantown Ave.) For info visit www.phillynokill.org.
ContempraDance Theatre Dance Festival
ContempraDance Theatre presents an afternoon of eclectic dance workswith choreography by artistic director Gail Vartanian. Show highlightsinclude the premiere of two new dance works, “ELLA,” an intense por-
trayal of a woman’s fear, joy and passions; a collaborative dance work withpianist Myke Knauff (currently untitled) as well as other Company reper-
toire works. Guest choreography by John Corsa (Parsons Dance Com-pany). This performance is followed by the Youth Regional Dance Festi-val, a show sponsored by ContempraDance Theatre featuring dance by the region’s top youth dance companies from throughout the Philadel-phia. This performance will take place on
May 22, 2010
at 2:30 p.m. atthe Painted Bride Art Center at 230 Vine St., Philadelphia, PA 19106.Tickets are $20 and are available online at www.danceboxoffice.com or 
by phone at 610-225-3007. Visit www.contempradancetheatre.org for info
or call 610-225-3007.
2010 Promise Ball
The Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes ResearchFoundation (JDRF) is hosting its annual Promise Ball on Saturday,
May 22, 2010
at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel (1200 Market Street) startingat 6:00 p.m. The 2010 Promise Ball will honor JDRF Founder, Lee Ducat;corporate honoree, Good Neighbor Pharmacy and acknowledge JDRF’s40th Anniversary. Guests of the black-tie event will enjoy cocktails andsilent auction, dinner, music and dancing by the Eddie Bruce Band, spe-cial live auction and “Fund A Cure.” The Master of Ceremonies will beactor and entertainer, Dave King as well as Jeff Skversky of 6 ABC. Topurchase tickets for the JDRF 2010 Promise Ball, contact Jordan Hechtat 610-664-9255, ext. 15.
CAMPtail Party 
Shelly and Larry Brown, Anne and Matthews Hamilton, Marsha andJeffrey Perelman are presenting a CAMPtail Party 
May 22, 2010,
at TheHamiltons’, Hazy Hill, 1001 Rock Creek Road, Bryn Mawr, at 6:30 p.m.The party features The Hunt and great auction items. Proceeds of theCAMPtail Party, benefit the organization which is committed to offeringchildren with serious illnesses or disorders the opportunity to enjoy afree, overnight camp experience in an environment that is designed tomeet their needs. For information call 610-298-1820.
Lobster Bake
Thorncroft Equestrian Center is presenting a fun afternoon Lobster Bake
May 23, 2010,
at Thorncroft, 190 Line Road, Malvern, at 4:30 p.m.Proceeds of the Lobster Bake will benefit Thorncroft Equestrian Center.For information call Judy Kallmeyer at Thorncroft, 610-644-1963 or  judy@thorncroft.org.
Glass Season
The National Liberty Museum is celebrating the beginning of “GlassSeason,”
May 25, 2010,
at the National Liberty Museum, 321 Chestnut
Street, Philadelphia, at 5:30 p.m. Guests will have the opportunity to pre-
 view fabulous works that will be included in the Eleventh Annual GlassNow Auction, and mingle with fellow glass collectors at the reception.Reservations necessary, call 215-925-2800, ext. 117 or email glass@LibertyMuseum.org.
The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair 
The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair will be held Thursday,
May 27through
Sunday,
 June 6.
Hunters, jumpers, three- and five-gaited sad-dle horses, hackney and fine harness horses and ponies, breeding class-es, coaching competitions. Exhibitions; May 28 - 30, Reining by Stacy  Westfall, Evenings, Wednesday through Saturday, June 6, Budweiser Clydesdales. Jumper classes featured evenings with $100,000 Grand PrixThursday evening and $50,000 Idle Dice Stake Saturday evening. Four-
in-hand Coaching competitions evenings Monday through Friday. Hunter 
Derby, Sunday, June 6. The Country Fair includes boutique shopping,midway rides, games and fine food. Located on Route 30 in Devon, PA.Open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily except Sunday, which is 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.General admission is $7 for adults, $3 for children under 12 and $5 for senior citizens over 65. Reserved seating is available. For ticket info, call
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days, 10 a.m. to noon, until May 20. Tickets may be purchased in ad-
 vance at the ticket office on the show grounds. Devon is also selling tick-ets
through TicketLeap, but ticket packages and seats for the Grand PrixThursday evening will not be sold over the internet in 2010. For info visit www.thedevonhorseshow.org.
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ociety Hill’s 32nd Annual Open House and Garden Tour
will take place on Sunday,
May 23, 2010,
from 1 to 5 p.m.
Tickets ($25) are now on sale for this most enjoyable, self-guided tour of over 10 private homes and gardens in oneof our nation’s most historic neighborhoods. Imagine walk-ing on the same brick sidewalks frequented by ThomasJefferson and Benjamin Franklin.Each year, the Society Hill Tour offers a new selection of
exceptional homes and gardens that range in style and décor
from the 18th and 19th century periods to the most con-temporary. According to event chairs Martha Levine and
Linda Skale, “Some people attend the tours for inspirational
design ideas they may use in their own homes.”
This year, something new has been added: six area restau-rants
have partnered with the tour and will offer discountsfor lunch or dinner for ticket holders only.
Sponsored by the Society Hill Civic Association, in Center
City Philadelphia, the tour’s proceeds are used for neigh-borhood improvement and beautification projects.Advance ticket purchases are encouraged. To purchase a
ticket, to receive a brochure, or for info, contact the SocietyHill Civic Association at 215-629-1288, or email: mattdejulio@
aol.com. Tickets can also be purchased on the day of the
tour—at Old Pine Street Church, 412 Pine Street, Philadelphia.
Complimentary light refreshments; rest rooms available;comfortable shoes encouraged.
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