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City Suburban News, Year 25, No. 41, June 23 - June 29, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
City Suburban News, Year 25, No. 41, June 23 - June 29, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.

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Graduates Stephanie Kan of  Philadelphia, and  Meghan Pierce of  Philadelphia,reminisce beforethe ceremony. Stephanie wasrecognized as the graduate with thehighest GPA and  Meghan was the Baccalaureatespeaker.
I
n
 Intuitive Lovers
(O-Books), the author
reaches out to readers who want tofind a deeper, ego-free consciousness
in their physical encounters with a lover.
Being that intuition is instinctive know
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ing means that we are all intuitive lovers.
After all, no one ever showed us how tokiss or how to feel, or even what we makeof situations or experiences
—our thoughts do that; they
create our reality and thuswe do what feels natural.The physical attractionbetween people can be sotangible you can feel it andalmost breathe it, yet thereare times we wonder if it’swishful thinking or just ourimagination. Intuition is thekey to controlling much ofthe anxiety we feel when welack answers from our part-ner, empowering us to trustourselves and to open upour hearts.
 Intuitive Lovers
takes readers on a journeyto trust their intuition fromfirst encounters with a pos-sible partner, be it internet
dating or long-term conscious
loving.As Walsh explains, the egohas planted demands in oursociety that if we don’t havearigorouslyactive, multi-orgasmic love life, we aredoing something wrong orinadequate. Unfortunately,
this keeps us from the feelingof oneness that can be found
in another’s arms. Since weare all an aspect of the ‘one’that split into smaller, vibra-tional pieces, reconnecting
with one of those divine pieces
through an open and lovingphysical union reminds us
we are not alone and that we
were never separate fromone another.When we understand that we do have achoice to look at the root of our thoughtsand to come from our higher self, this rais-es our personal vibration so that the sound
we send out into the world is a sound of love
and not fear. This sound plays out
from
B
ala Cynwyd artist William Ternay hashad a long and varied career in theArts in Philadelphia. Since graduatingfrom what was then the PhiladelphiaCollege of Art, in 1964, Ternay has doneset design for the Mike Douglas Show,created illustrations for advertising andchildren’s books, won acclaim as one ofthe most respected Courtroom Artists in
the U.S., and worked on some of the mostbeautiful murals in the city of Philadelphia.
Society’sEvening Hours
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Summer Dining
Pages 6 & 7
Healthy Living
Pages 8 & 9
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Year 25, No. 41Celebrating 25 Years of Community NewsJune 23 June 29, 2010
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Student toStudy withBolshoi Ballet
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 Becky Walsh is one of Britain’s leading thinkers on intuitionand spirituality which explains why her book is revolutionary for its time. Its perfect blend of humor and poignant honesty 
offers a different perspective on modern-age physical gratification
and relationships.
Author Wants Readers to Find aDeeper Ego-Free Consciousness
Listening to our intuition empowers as to control anxietyand learn to trust in ourselves
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Writer Peg Tyre will present a free lecture, “The Trouble with Boys,” on
 June 29
at 7:30 p.m. in The Haverford School’sCentennial Hall.
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Academy and La Salle College High School, is hostingthe 17th annual International Boys’ Schools CoalitionConference
June 27 - 30.
Educators representing more than 200 boys’ schools from
around the world will be attending the conference, which,
with its emphasis on international collaboration and inven
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tions in teaching, will offer insights into best teaching prac
-tices that improve the learning of boys.The four-day event includes a presentation by Peg Tyre,“The Trouble with Boys,” on
June 29
at 7:30 p.m. in The
Haverford School’s Centennial Hall. Tyre, author of the
 New
York Times’ 
best-selling book,
The Trouble with Boys: A Sur-  prising Report Card on Our Sons, Their Problems at School,and What Parents and Educators Must Do,
will discuss why
See 
Conference 
on page 10 See 
Art at Town Hall Coffee Company 
on page 7 See 
“Intuitive Lovers” 
on page 9 
 Meet Artist William Ternay and Town Hall 
Coffee Company Owner/Barista Tim Noble
for a special evening of art & coffeeon Friday,
 June 25,
between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Local Artist Exhibits Work at Newly OpenedTown Hall Coffee Company in Bala Cynwyd
O
ne hundred and twenty four Merion Mercy Academyseniors graduated Sunday, June 6, 2010 on campus. TheClass of 2010 has earned a total of $11,762,580 in academicscholarships. Collectively, they’ve also earned 504 accep-tances to 144 colleges.
 See photo on page 10! 
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Drum Celebration
People will be gathering to cele-brate and honor the tradition of drumming and African culture onSunday 
 June 27, 2010
from 12 to6 p.m. at the Hatfield House, 33rd& Girard Avenue, Philadelphia.The event each year grows in sizeand spirit. This year the celebra-tion continues to honor the legacy of Master Drummer AncestorsMichael Olatunji and Mongo SantaMaria and their legacy of introduc-ing African Drums to the Pan-Afri-
can community. The event will alsohonor those in the region who have
remained Keeper’s of the Africandrum and Dance culture. The hon-orees
this year are Ione Nash, Omom-
ola Iyabunmi, Oyin Hardy, Robert
Kenyatta, Leonard “Doc” Gibbs, Daryl
Kwasi Burgee and Dottie Wilkie. Allhave remained steadfast to not only performing, but also teaching their 
cultural crafts. Entertainment atthe event will be provided by: The
Universal African Dance and Drum
Ensemble, Women’s Shekere En-semble, Voices of Africa, MshindaEnsemble, Troupe DaDa, Jan Jef-fries Female Ensemble and Poets
Pat McLean and Sister Nzinga. People
are encouraged to bring their in-struments and chairs or blankets
to sit on. There will also be an Afri-can Market Place. The event is free
and open to the public. For infor-mation call Terry 215-455-5885.
Don Giovanni
Delaware Valley Opera Company presents Mozart’s Don Giovanni,semi staged with piano accompa-niment at the Philadelphia EthicalSociety, 1906 Rittenhouse Square,Thursday,
 July 1and
Friday,
 July 
2,
at 7:00 p.m.The story of murder,
seductions, and sweet revenge un-folds with Mozart’s sublime music.Tim Ribchester is Music Director,Connie Koppe is stage Director.Tickets are $15 for DVOC mem-bers and $25 for non members. For information, call215-725-4171.
Darlingside Concert
String rock quintet Darlingside,one of the hottest young groupsout of Northampton, MA, is pairingup with acclaimed singer/song- writer Howard Jennings (as seenon tour with Vertical Horizon andRusted Root)for a summer show 
at MilkBoy Coffee Mainstage in Ard-
more on Friday,
 July 2,
at 8 p.m.Tickets are $8 in advance and $10at the door. For info call Milkboy at610-645-5269.
Singles’ Mingle
 A Holiday Dance Party and SocialSaturday will be held on
 July 3,
2010
at Kildare’s, 826 Dekalb Pike,
King of Prussia, PA 19406, from8:00 p.m. to Midnight. $15 admis-sion with all $10 before 8:30 p.m.Sponsored by Professional and
Business Singles Network, Informa
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tion 1-610-348-5544 or www.PBSN
-info.com. PBSN’s DJ will be spin-ning your favorite dance hits fromthe 60’s to present for the 40 to 65age group. Cash bar. Casual sum-mer attire. No reservations re
quir-
ed—just drop in. All singles wel-come!
ExecuNet NetworkingMeeting
Kelleher Associates LLC presents
the July ExecuNet Networking Meet-
ing: Franchising as an AlternativeCareer Path. Led by Joseph Schu-macher, Chief Executive Officer of Goddard Systems, Inc., the meet-ing will explore what to look for in
a franchise opportunity, the legal re-
quirements of franchising, what’snegotiable and what’s not, how to
select and use professional advisors
and financing options. The
meet-ing will take place on Wednes
day,
 July 7
at the Radisson Valley Forge
Hotel. Networking begins at 7:15a.m., with the presentation at 8:00a.m. Following the ExecuNet Net- working Meeting, there will be aSenior Roundtable discussion for pre-qualified C-level executives.
For 
information and registrationdetails, call 610-293-1115, or visithttp://www.kelleherllc.com/net- working-opportunities/execunet-monthly-networking-meet-ings.html.
Garden Tour 
The Friends of the Haverford Town
-ship Free Library are hosting the1st Annual Haverford TownshipGarden Tour on Saturday,
 July 10,
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., with areception and garden talk at theHistoric Grange Estate in Haver-ford Township at 3 p.m. Ticketsare on sale at the library. $15 ad- vance sale tickets; $18 day of thetour beginning at 10:30 a.m. For info call 610-446-3082.
No Kidding Events
No Kidding, an all-volunteer, non-
profit social network for adults who
have never had children, invites new 
participants to attend its upcoming
events. On Saturday 
 July 10,
 join
Philadelphia Chapter of No Kidding
for a Technical Tour and ReserveTasting at Chadds Ford Winery inChadds Ford, PA. On Sunday,
 July 18,
No Kidding will have a jointevent with the South Jersey/Philly Chapter; touring Philadelphia’sShofuso Japanese Tea House andhave a tasting, followed by dinner at Auspicious Chinese Restaurant
in Ardmore. Saturday,
 July 24
brings
another Philadelphia event—a tour 
of Bartram’s Garden. On Tuesday,
 July27,
the women in the group
 will meet for its monthly women’s
dinner, to be held at PF Chang’s inCollegeville, PA. For details, or tosign up to receive the Evite for this
event, visit http://www.chesco.nokid-
ding.net/events.
 JFCS Volunteer Training
Learn how to become a volunteer for JFCS at a Volunteer TrainingSession: Introduction to JFCS and Volunteering on Monday,
 July 12,2010,
from 7 - 9 p.m. at theMandell Campus at 7607 Old Yor 
Road, Elkins Park, PA 19027. Think 
-ing about volunteering for JFCS? Attend a volunteer training ses-sion. For information contact Lis
Tischler at LTischler@jfcsphilly.org
or 267-256-2082.
 Auditions for “TheRocky Horror Show”
The Barnstormers Theater in Rid-
ley Park, 402 Tome St., Ridley Park,
PA 19078, is looking for actors foan October/Halloween Productionof this Cult Classic Musical. Audi-
tion dates are Tuesday,
 July 20
an
 Wednesday,
 July 21
at 7 p.m. with
callbacks at Saturday,
 July 24
fro
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. if required. Pre-
pare 16 bars of a song from the show 
and be prepared to read a few sides
from the show. Also dress comfort-
ably for dance/movement. A few roles
from the show are already cast, foinfo email the director, Marsh Amato-Greenspan at info@barn-stormerstheater.com.
 Volunteers Neededto Lead Peer Discussion Groups
Journey’s Way, Resources and Pro-grams for People 55+, located a403 Rector St., is currently recruit-ing volunteers 55+ to lead peediscussion groups on health, agingand life after retirement. Volun-teers must enjoy working withpeople, have good listening skillsand provide their own transporta-tion to and from meetings. Discus-sion groups meet weekly in seniocommunity centers in Philadel-phia. The next training will be in August and discussion groups wilbegin in September. For informa-tion, call Karen Rouse at 215-487-1750 ext. 1214 or email: krouse@intercommunityaction.org.
Exhibit
The Philadelphia Sketch Club pre-sents “On the Move,” a solo show by member Deb K. Simon this July 
and August. Simon will present he
new works in oil, including the
installation piece, “Cocktail Party.”
 An Artist’s Reception will be hel Wednesday 
 July 14, 2010
fro5:30 - 8 p.m. in the Stewart Rooof the Club, celebrating its 150th year this season. All are invited. Along with membership to PSC,Simon, an award winning artist, isa member of PAFA Alumni, ART-sisters, Sherman Mills Artists anDelaware Valley Artist League. Foinformation, call 215-545-9298 o visit www.debsimon.com.
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National Merit Finalists from The Baldwin School for 2010include, from left – Elena Stephenson, who will attend StanfordUniversity; Allison Ballinger, who will attend Johns Hopkins Uni-versity; Ellen Norris, who will attend Northwestern University;Sarah June, who will attend Harvard College; and Emily Lau,who will attend Swarthmore College. Lau also received a specialaward form the Naitonal Latin Exam Committee for achieving
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Horse Show Hat Parade attracts some of the most fas-cinating fashion combinations as well as some of the mostcreative and handmadechapeaux. This year’sthree categories were:“Best Botanical,” which
covered all things flowers;
“Best Vintage,” which in-cluded an authentic ‘oldtime’ theme; and “Devon Diva” which combined the eques-trian lifestyle with high glamour. As contestants enteredthe fairgrounds they paraded in front of the judges. Theudges were: Carson Kressley, national television celebrity and Devon equestrian; Mrs. Samuel M.V. Hamilton, local phil-nthropist; Malena Martinez, vintage boutique owner, and Caroline O’Halloran, Main Line Media News Fashion Editor. Ahampagne Reception followed the announcement of the winners.
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from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Visitors will enjoy Revolutionaryar re-enactments, historical games, interactive workshops,
craft activities, and more. On Sunday,
July 4,
the Centerill be open for extended hours from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.he Center’s Independence Day celebration is free withuseum admission.Throughout the celebration, children and their familiesan play a variety of historical games from the Revolution-ry period, including sack races, an egg toss, three-legged
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during the Revolutionary War and allow them to experience
colonial life through living history demonstrations.In addition, visitors can join in the Center’s interactive“Independence Day Show,” which takes an in depth look at
this exciting national holiday by exploring it over time, fromthe very first words establishing our nation’s independence
to present day celebrations. During the “Growing Up,American Style Show,” children will learn what it was like
growing up in the United States during different time periods.
Participants will have the chance to dress in costume for aspecial runway show depicting children of various histori-cal eras.Visitors can also take part in a variety of themed work-shops throughout the weekend. Guests can join in flagraising ceremonies, learn how to become a blacksmith,explore the medicine of Revolutionary times, and discoverwhat life was like for Revolutionary War soldiers. In con-junction with the Center’s Ancient Rome & America exhibi-tion, visitors can also explore Rome’s influence on theFounding Fathers.To further get into the Fourth of July spirit, guests can
create take-home patriotic crafts, including American flags,
freedom stars, and door-knockers. Children can also learnhow to make butter, bonnets, and soaps during hands-ontutorials.The National Constitution Center, located at 525 Arch St.on Philadelphia’s Independence Mall, is an independent,nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to increas-ing public understanding of the U.S. Constitution and theideas and values it represents. For information, call 215-409-6700 or visit www.constitutioncenter.org.
Celebrate Independence Day at the National Constitution Center 
rriving at the Devon Horse Show for the Ladies’ Day at evon Hat Contest are, from left – Jen McGowan,Chair and milliner, owner of Jackie’s Hat Box, of Wayne; Mimi Killian,Co-chair, Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, of St. Davids;
Caroline O’Halloran, Judge, Main Line Media News Media Fash
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