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City Suburban News, Year 25, No. 42, June 30 - July 6, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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K
nown for his colorful larger than-life paintings of real and imagi-nary characters, George Shinn
debuts
 Facing West.
The exhibition opens
Friday,
July 9 through
Saturday,
Aug-ust 8
with a free reception
July 9
from5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., University CityArts League, 4226 Spruce Street, Phila-delphia PA.
 Facing West 
consists of large-scalefigurative acrylic paintings 43 inchesby 57 inches. Works such as “ThreeSpoilsports Who Know Something And
Won’t Tell” and “Charlie Flash, His Prin
-cipal Squeeze, and His Accountant,Raphael” reflect Shinn’s whimsical andsatirical views on human nature. Thescale, inherent geometry, use of boldcolors and dark lines emphasize hischaracters facial expressions that ap-pear to pop out of the canvas. Due tolimited vision early on, Shinn paintedfrom his imagination. His work wasalso informed by his one-of-a-kindflooorcloth design business where hecreated and designed over 400 pieces.
Shinn slyly notes, “I explore ideas on
my trusty Mac, develop a digital tem-plate and then transfer the composi-tions to canvas for enlargement andinterpretation in paint. I try to reporton what comes to me, to be non-com-mittal and non-judgmental, portrayinga visionary world of strange faces andfigures. I control their actuality, butthey often defy my efforts to direct
T
he JerseyShore.While to-day it’s in-famous asa place for
oversexed young adults
with dark tans, bigmuscles, and even big-ger hair – thanks toreality-TV programssuch as MTV’s
The Jer- sey Shore
and BRAVO’s
 Real Housewives of  New Jersey 
– it hasn’t always
been seen asso completely lacking in class
. While warclouds were gathering in Europe
in 1939,gentlemen strolled the Atlantic City
board-
walk in navy blue blazers and creamy flannel
trousers with women on their arms
in longdresses, stylish hats, and satin gloves
to theelbow. It was the tenth year of the GreatDepression, yet the town known as“the Playground of the World” neverstopped attracting visitors, who, withtheir fam
ilies, were able to forget their
worries briefly
and enjoy Atlantic City’s
sights and sounds, its great climate,bathing beaches, gilded landmarkhotels, and the grandest family enter-tainment spot in America —the SteelPier.This is the Jersey Shore brought tolife in J. Louis Yampolsky’s new com-ing-of-age tale
 A Boardwalk Story,
nar-rated by 15-year-old Jack Laurel, wholives with his family above a bakeryin Atlantic City.
 A Boardwalk Story 
weaves together a number of stories,from youthful adventure and the lossof innocence, to infidelity, crime, andcommodities trading, all supportedby a cast of memorable characters.“As a child, myfamily spent timein Atlantic Cityjust about everysummer,” Yampol-sky reminisces.“As a lifelong ac-countant, I neverdreamed I’d oneday write a novelof Atlantic City inits heyday, butthanks to conver-sations with my14-year-old grand-daughter for a his-tory assignment,
afloodgate of mem-
ories was releasedabout those days.The book is the result.”
Beyond a vivid tale of youthful adventures
and mature awakenings, Yampolsky’s novelimmerses the reader in the history of thatfateful year, 1939, and the events that ledto World War II. Throughout the story, Yam-polsky demonstrates his keen eye for detail
and deep respect for historical authenticity.
Society’sEvening Hours
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1939 New Jersey seashore resort town Atlantic City comes alive througha vivid coming-of-age tale
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 Noa Seligsohn of the Main Line and Alison Bloch of Bryn Mawr in front of the newly decorated Family Playroom.
JFCS’ Family Visitation RoomReceives Extreme Makeover 
Student volunteers and their families come together toredecorate playroom for Jewish Family and Children’s
Service (JFCS) of Greater Philadelphia Foster Care clients
See 
“A Boardwalk Story” 
on page 5 See 
“Facing West”Exhibition 
on page 3 
A
lison Bloch, a junior at the Baldwin School in BrynMawr, and Noa Seligsohn, a 7th grade student atFriend’s Central High School, volunteered their cre-ative energy and services to redecorate the Family Visita-tion Room at JFCS’ Progress Plaza office on Broad Street.
These two young women, together with their families, trans
-formed the room into a colorful and welcoming haven for
children complete with a chalkboard wall, beautifully paint-
ed positive messages and brand new bookcases filled withbooks, toys, and art supplies. The theme of the newly dec-orated space is “Philly Love” which is evident in the art-work on the walls.Through its Child Welfare department, JFCS provides
 
“As a child, my family spent timein Atlantic City just about every summer,” Yampolsky reminisces.“As a lifelong accountant, I never dreamed I’d one day write a novel of Atlantic City in its heyday, but thanks to conversations with my 14-year-old granddaughter for ahistory assignment, a floodgate of memories was released about 
those days. The book is the result.” 
“Three Spoilsports Who Knew Some- thing And Won’t Tell” by West Philadel-  phila painter George Shinn.
George Shinn’s Colorful Exhibition
 Facing West 
Debuts July 9
See 
Volunteers Makeover JFCS Visitation Room 
on page 10 
 
National ConstitutionCenter 
The National Constitution Center,located at 525 Arch Street on Inde-pendence Mall, brings the story of 
the Constitution to life through more
than 100 interactive and multime-dia exhibits, film, sculptures, pho-tographs, and artifacts. The Center is open from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Mondays through Fridays, 9:30a.m. - 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays, and12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Sundays.General museum admission pricesare $12 for adults, $11 for seniorsages 65 and over, and $8 for chil-
dren ages 4-12. Active military per 
-sonnel and children ages 3 and
under are free. Group rates are also
available. For information call 215-
409-6700 or visit www.constitution
-center.org.
 Alex’s Lemonade StandFoundation Benefit
Marathon Grill, 1818 Market Street,
Philadelphia, will host an adult happy 
hour on Thursday,
 July 1
from 5 -8 p.m. to benefit Alex’s LemonadeStand Foundation for ChildhoodCancer (ALSF). Special HarvestSqueeze Lemonade cocktails fea-turing Philadelphia Distilling’sBluecoat Gin and Penn1681 Vodka will be served. Philadelphia Eagles
Offensive Lineman Winston Justice
 will act as a guest bartender andDJ Jon Gill will provide music. For information, contact the Alex’s
Lemonade Stand Foundation office
by calling 610-649-3034 or online visit www.AlexsLemonade.org.
 Arc and PDDC FirstFriday Dance
The Arc of Philadelphia and Phila-
delphia Developmental Disabilities
Corporation (ARC-PDDC) will holdthe First Friday Dance on Friday,
 July 2, 2010,
from 6:30 p.m. to9:30 p.m. on the grounds of the Arcfacility, 2350 West WestmorelandStreet in Philadelphia. The ticketprice of $5 per person includes hotdogs and hamburgers. Friends of the Arc Committee and PDDC staff members will be cooking and serv-ing dinner. Music will be providedby DJ “Cowboy” Tyrone. Usually,over 200 people, with and withoutdisabilities, attend and enjoy thissocial occasion. For information
call Mike Barnes or Milli Protheroe
at 215-229-4550.
Ocean City NJ Concert
The renowned Kauriga BalalaikaOrchestra will perform a lively pro-gram of Russian, Ukrainian and
Slavic Folk music at the Music Pier,
Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace on
Sat.,
 July 3.
Folk dancers and sing
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ers will be included in the program.
Tickets are $5, available at the door.
Farmers Market atHistoric Morgan LogHouse
The Farmers Market at the Morgan
Log House will bring the “Buy Local”
initiative to community residents
starting July 3, 2010.
Stop onover with your morning cup of cof-fee and pick up fresh vegetables,fruits, herbs, flowers, baked goods,
and more! Visit www.MLHmarket.orgfor all dates, times, and list of farm
-ers and vendors. Interested in par-ticipating, contact Sarah DiSantisat 215-368-2480 or at Director@-MorganLogHouse.org. Located at850 Weikel Road, Lansdale, theMorgan Log House dates to the18th century and is listed on the
National Register of Historic Places.
Guided tours, special programsand classes are offered throughoutthe year.
OC NJ July 4th
On
 July 4
there will be a kite fly-ing competition by Air Circus at5:30 p.m. on the 9th St. Beach. At
9 p.m., there will a spectacular fire-
 works display shot from a barge off the 9th St. Beach. Bike Parades:The Gardens Civic Assn. will haveis annual Bike Parade on
 July 3
starting at the Longport Bridge.Registration is 9 a.m., Parade at 10a.m. The South Ocean City Assn’sParade will be on
 July 5
starting at40th and Asbury Avenue. Registra-tion starts at 9 a.m., Parade at 10a.m.
Museum Open July 5
Philadelphia Museum of Art will beopen from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. onMonday,
 July 5,
but will be closedon Sunday, July 4. Admission: $16adult; $14 senior; $12 student;ages 12 and under free; also freefor members. Don’t miss the op-
portunity to visit “Late Renoir” and,
 with the fourth of July in mind,
“Art in Revolutionary Philadelphia,”
as well as the full suite of 
ongoingexhibitions. Main Museum
number is 215-763-8100.
First Person NarrativeOpen Mike
Open call for writers/readers and a
receptive audience. All are welcome
to share up to ten minutes of per-sonal narrative/creative non-fic-tion/memoir writing work. Writersof all ages and levels of experienceare encouraged to bring in your stories – prose or poetry. Tell your friends and relatives. Tell your 
story. This is a first Tuesday monthly 
event happening soon on Tuesday,
 July 6, 2010
at 7:30 p.m. at Milk-
boy, 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn
Mawr, PA. For info email amitys-ma@comcast.net.
Summer Adult Classes
 Wayne Art Center’s new Summer 
 Adult Session
begins July 6.
Short6-8 week Summer Session is a great
opportunity to try a new class!Classes are available in drawing/ painting, mixed-media, ceramics, jewelry/metals and the culinary arts. Register online at www.wayn-eart.org, or call 610-688-3553.
Patient Pavilion Anniversary 
Paoli Hospital is celebrating thefirst anniversary of the patien
pavilion on Saturday,
 July 10,
fro
9 a.m. to 12 p.m., at 255 W. Lan-caster Avenue, Paoli. Join for grea
music, snacks, and family fun (facepainting, crafts, Jeffstat Helicopter,
and more)—all free of charge! Plus,
meet the 76’ers mascot “Hip Hop”from 9:30 to 10:30; the Eagles mas-cot
“Swoop” from 11 to 12; the Ameri-
can Red Cross “Blood Drop” mas-
cot, and the “Philly Pretzel” mascot.
The event also features health in-
formation and screenings, da Vincirobot demonstrations, and New York 
Life Child Identification Program.For information, visit www.main-linehealth.org/events or call 1-866-CALL-MLH.
Caravan 2010
The North Star Bar, at 2639 PoplaSt. in Philadelphia, will be hostinga night of extraordinary music on
 July 10,
featuring The Codes withPenrose, Flamingo, and A Million Years. Tickets for the event can bepurchased ahead of time throughany of the bands (please contacthem via myspace, links listebelow) or at the door on the nighof the show. Tickets are $10 bothahead of time and at the door, anthe show is 21+. The night is dou-bling as a kick-off show for Cara- van 2010, the second annual musicfestival organized by local Philly 
artists, to be held in Belgrade Lakes,
Maine from
 July 30 - August 1.
Tickets and info for the festival can
be found at www.flamingo-music.com.
OC’s Night In Venice
Registrations are now being takenfor the boat, home and condo com-petition of Night In Venice, Sat.,
 July 24.
The colorful boat and bay front celebration will start 7:30
p.m. by the Longport Bridge. $1,000
cash prizes will be awarded to thebest-decorated home and boat an$500 cash prizes to the three run-ners-up in both categories. There will be non-cash prizes in boat cat-egories under and over 24 ft. annon-cash prizes for homes. Boaparade participants will be given$50 cash cards to enhance theidecorations. They will also receivephotos of their boats sailing in theParade. Entry forms are available
at City Hall Annex, 901 Asbury Ave.,
Ocean City, NJ, 609-525-9300 o
can be downloaded at www.ocnj.us/niv.
They can be requested by emaifrom msoifer@hotmail.com or by fax 609-399-0374. After hours cal609-364-4010.
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Fans of the hit TV series “Glee” will want to head to Amblerto catch
Act IIPlayhouse’sworld premiere of theromantic comedy
musical “Burt & Me.”Wayne playwright Larry McKenna demon
-strates his passion for the retro-cool songs of Burt Bacharach
and Hal David in this coming-of-age story — while Vince DiMura’s
musical arrangements of songs such as “Wishin’ and Hopin’”,“What the World Needs Now” and “Say a Little Prayer” wouldmake Will Schuester proud. Matt Silva directs the cast of fivegleeful singers, led by Liz Filios and John Jarboe. On stage
July6 to Aug. 1
at Act II Playhouse, 56 E. Butler Ave., Ambler. Ticketsare $22 - $33. Act II Box Office 215-654-0200 or www.act2.org.
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istory. Elegance. Beauty. These were the hallmarks ofthe Dressage at Devon Preview Party held at Sanfordand Lisa Davne’s estate in Newtown Square last weekend.Guests enjoyed carving and antipasto stations, as well asflambé desserts provided by Brandywine Catering by Pace One. George Sinkler and his ensemble performed 35 years
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tickets, volunteer or learn more about this Main Line tradition that benefits Thorncroft Therapeutic Horseback Riding Inc.
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their existence. But I retaliate by devising their titles!”
His formal training began at the Philadelphia Museum
School of Industrial Arts (now known at the Universityof the Arts). The sudden death of his father forced him to work in the business world. He kept his passion alive as a“Sunday painter” until he retired and reinvented himself as a full-time artist. Shinn has exhibited at Highwire Gallery(for the past 10 years), Muse Galllery and Perkins Art Center. His work has appeared on the cover of Art Matters Maga-zine, been displayed in Daffy’s window and is part of private collections nationally.Gallery events are free. Gallery hours are Monday - Friday, noon - 7 p.m.; Saturday, 12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.; and Sundayby appointment. For information, visit www.ucartsleague.org or call 215-382-7811.
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ilva Martin demonstrated the elegance of dressage in a musi- c
al freestyle with her Dutch Warmblood gelding Jeff the Chef W.
 Dressage at Devon presented a check to their beneficiary,
Thorncroft Therapeutic Horseback Riding, Inc. From left – Lori
 Kaminski, CEO and President of DAD; Preview Party planner 
 Debbe Scutellaro of Cochranville; Thorncroft’s Sallie Dixon and  Saunders Dixon of Malvern; DAD’s Chairman of the Board Mike
 Riley of Wyomissing.
 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 the Mandell Campus at 7607 Old York 
Road,Elkins Park, PA 19027. Think 
ing about volunteering for JFCS? Attend avolunteer training session. For information contact Lisa
Tischler t LTischler@jfcsphilly.org
or 267-256-2082.
 Auditions for “The Rocky Horror Show”
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PA 19078, is looking for actors for an October/Halloween Production of thisult Classic Musical. Audi
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 July 20
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 July 21
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 July 24
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and be pre-pared to read a few sides
from the show. Also dress comfort
ably for dance/movement. A few roles
from the show are already cast, for infoemail the director, Marsha Amato-Greenspan at info@barnstormersthe-ater.com.
 Volunteers Needed to LeadPeer Discussion Groups
Journey’s Way, Resources and Programs for People 55+, located at 403Rector St., is currently recruiting volunteers 55+ to lead peer discussiongroups on health, aging and life after retirement. Volunteers must enjoy  working with people, have good listening skills and provide their owntransportation to and from meetings. Discussion groups meet weekly insenior community centers in Philadelphia. The next training will be in August and discussion groups will begin in September. For information,call Karen Rouse at 215-487-1750 ext. 1214 or email: krouse@intercom-munityaction.org.

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