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City Suburban News, Year 26, No. 4, September 29 - October 5, 2010 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line areas.
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V
isual artist Joe Castro presents
“Automatic Amnesia,” a col-
lection of 22 new oil paintings,
collages and silk screened posters
at the Slingluff Gallery this October.
The opening reception will takeplace Saturday,
October 2,
from 6to 9 p.m. at Slingluff Gallery, 11 W.Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA.There will be an after party imme-diately following next door at theManhattan Room, with live musicperformances by The Sky Drops, Atlas and deVries. For information and directions, visitwww.slingluffgallery.com.
By Elisabeth Camaur,
California Family Attorney & Mediator 
G
etting married is fairly simple
but, a divorce (especially in Cali-
fornia) can be extremely com-plicated and costly. Yet, themajority of marriages now
appear to be heading or ending
in divorce. Over the years, it has becomecrystal clear that most litigation is fueled
by fear. Fear of your spouse’s
motives, fear of the financialconsequences, fear of allow-ing the other parent to con-trol certain aspects of the
children’s lives. The fear be
-comes exaggerated and thelitigation compounds when
the parties emotionally react
to each other. A divorceattorney who truly acts intheir client’s interests willattempt to subdue the emo-tions, not ignite and will at-
tempt to work towards findingopportunities for their client’s
while calming the chaos ofan ending marriage. But,typically, a divorce attorneywill focus on the documents
to gather, the records to keep,
the experts to hire.But to truly survive in thehuman sense, the divorcing
litigant needs some pro-active
planning, preparation andstrategy. When followed, I
have seen these tips not only
help a divorcee survive, buthelp them flourish:
Make a List of Some of Your Life Long Dreams:
Ata time when your life seemsto be falling apart, focusing
on goals and dreams can helpbring the passion of life back.
Actually, sit down and writeout your dreams and goals.Take each dream and goaland write down the steps
you will need to take to reach that goal. Seri
-ously try this, you may actually find your-self excited and giddy about life again!
Do Not Emotionally React to Your Spouse:
When faced with a divorce, you may be in asituation when you know your buttons are
being pushed. Instead of reacting with your
emotions, be proactive. Think about thosegoals and where you want to be in life. In-stead of reacting, take steps that further
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 Elisabeth Camaur is an attorney and Certified Family Law Specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal  Specialization with the firm of Camaur Crampton Family  Law in Irvine, California.The “Revolutionary Germantown Festival” will take place on Saturday,
October 2
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Cliveden, thecountry home of the Chew family and the site of Gen. GeorgeWashington’s failed attempt to liberate Philadelphia from British control in 1777. Detail of the “The Migrant Living in
Your Ear (Christopher),by Joe Castro,
is a tribute to his recently deceased 
friend and former Situation band mate,
Christopher Tucker, will be one of the pieces displayed at“Automatic Amnesia,”Saturday,
October 2,
at the Slingluff Gallery.
See 
Divorce Survival Kit 
on page 5 See 
“Automatic Amnesia”Exhibit 
on page 9 
E-mail:
CitySuburbanNews@mac.com
“Automatic Amnesia” at the Slingluff Gallery
 It must have been fate that “Politics of the Day” was featureas the opening fall Passport lecture for Golden Slipper at the JCC. On Monday, September 13, a surprise visit from forme
 President Bill Clinton and Joe Sestak, democratic congressman
running for Senator, thrilled the senior crowd at the Kaiser 
man JCC, truly living up to the topic “Politics of the Day.” Marcia
Garrell, Executive Director of Golden Slipper Center for Seniors
and Betsy Klausman, President, Golden Slipper Center for Seniors
 greet Bill Clinton after his speech.
Bill Clinton Kicks-Off GoldenSlipper at the JCC Fall Program
H
istoric Germantown, a coalition of 15 historic sites in
the city’s Germantown section, will once again re-enac
one of the Revolutionary War’s most memorable battles with hundreds of costumed soldiers, actors as notable
colonial figures and a day-long celebration with family friendly
activities.The “Revolutionary Germantown Festival” will take place
on Saturday,
October 2
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Cliveden, the
country home of the Chew family and the site of Gen. George
Washington’s failed attempt to liberate Philadelphia from
British control in 1777. Also open for the celebration are His
“Revolutionary Times” Returnto Historic Germantown
Re-enactments of memorable colonial battle, day-longcelebration of colonial life in store
See 
“Revolutionary Germantown Festival” 
on page 8 
 
Kalmar Nyckel Welcome Home Party!
 After months away, the Kalmar Nyckel
returns on Friday,
October 1
 with a
riverfront celebration to welcomehome the ship, the captain and thecrew. The “Kalmar Nyckel Home-coming” will feature a parade of boats escorting the Kalmar Nyckelup the Christina River and a party 
at Dravo Dock. The public is welcome
to come watch the parade. The Kal
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mar Nyckel Foundation will also hosta dockside party to welcome the crew 
back to Wilmington. The ticket price
 will allow one student
to sail on theKalmar Nyckel as part
of the edu-cation program this fall. The party  will take place at Dravo
Plaza onthe Wilmington Riverfront
October 
1,
from 5:30 - 7:30. Ticketsare $25
per person and include beer, wineand light hors d’oeuvres. Reserva-tions are encouraged, but
not re-
quired. Call 302-429-7447 forreser-
 vations and info. With the return
of the ship, public sails will be offer 
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ed weekends
through October 17.
Call 302-429-7447 or online visit www.kalmarnyckel.org for sched-ules and information.
First Friday Flick 
The First Friday Flick will be held at
the Haverford Township Free Library 
at 7 p.m. on
October 1
in the air-
conditioned Community Room locat-ed
on the lower level.This month’s
selection is “The Blind Side” star-
ring Sandra Bullock. (PG-13, 129 min.)
This is a free event and guests are welcome to bring refreshments to
enjoy during the film. The library is
located at 1601 Darby Road. For info,
contact Christine Faris at 610-446-3082 ext. 211 or visit www.haver-fordlibrary.org.
ParanormalInvestigation
Free Spirit Paranormal Investigators
recently conducted several reveal-
ing investigations of historic LaurelHill Cemetery in search of the site’s
haunted history. Join FSPI for this
unique workshop, as they reveal thefindings of their investigations, and
discuss some of the basics in thefield of ghost hunting, includingtypes of hauntings; equipment anddebunking; EMFs (electromagnet-ic fields); EVPs (electronic voicephenomena); space weather; and
psychic protection. Participants will
have the opportunity to join FSPImembers on group investigationsof some of the Cemetery’s most re-
portedly active sections. The program will conclude with a wine and cheese
reception and social gathering in
the Laurel Hill Cemetery Gatehouse.
The event will be held on Saturday,
October 2,
at 6 p.m. at Laurel Hill
Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue, Phila-
delphia, PA 19132. Cost is: $30/per-son;$27/members; $25/studentsand seniors; children are free. Ad- vance reservations are requested.To reserve, call 215-228-8200. For info visit www.thelaurelhillceme-tery.org.
Fall Paperback Sale
It’s time to stock up on paperbacks when The Friends of the Radnor Library holds its paperback sale onSaturday,
October 2, 2010,
from10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and
Sunday,
October 3, 2010,
from 1 p.m. to 5p.m. Several thousand mass mar-ket fiction and non-fiction paper-backs, as well as large trade andchildren’s softcovers will be sold at50 cents each or 3 for $1. TheLibrary is located behind the postoffice at 114 West Wayne Avenuein Wayne, PA. For info: 610-687-1124 or friends@radnorlibrary.org.
Pancake Breakfast
On Sunday,
October 3,
from 7 a.m.
- Noon, the Rotary Club of Ardmoreinvites the community to enjoy itsannual pancake breakfast to bene-
fit the Merion Fire Company of Ard-
more. The breakfast costs $7 and
 will be held at the Merion Fire Com
-
pany of Ardmore, 35 Greenfield Ave.
in Ardmore, PA. For information,contact the Merion Fire Company of Ardmore at 610-642-9580.
Society Hill Stroll
Meet at NE corner, 2nd & SpruceSts. on Sunday,
October 3,
at 10a.m. for this Architectural Walking
Tour. Society Hill received its name
from the “Free Society of Traders” who were granted a strip of land inthis area by William Penn in 1683.Take a leisurely walk through thiscountry’s largest, intact collectionof original colonial and post-colo-
nial residential architecture. Learn
about this neighborhood’s mid20th century renewal efforts and
its contribution to establishing Phila
-delphia as a “livable” city. Reser-
 vations not required. $10 Adults; $8
Students; $5 Preservation AllianceMembers; Children 10 and under,
accompanied by adult, free. For info:
holly@preservationalliance.com,215-546-1146 ext. 3.
 Victorian WashingtonSquare West
Meet at NW corner, 9th & SpruceStreets on Sunday,
October 3,
at 2p.m. for this Architectural WalkingTour. Many of Philadelphia’s mostbeautiful townhouses are locatedalong Spruce and Locust Streets in
this Center City neighborhood east
of Broad Street. Marvel at the Gothic
Revival windows, Queen Anne Re- vival turrets, balconies, bays, gar-lands and gables designed by many prominent Philadelphia architects.Reservations not required. $10 Adults; $8 Students; $5 Preserva-
tion Alliance Members; Children 10
and under, accompanied by adult,free. For info: holly@preservation-alliance.com, 215-546-1146 ext. 3
Hilltoppers Program
Rabbi Emeritus Mayer Selekman will speak on “What Judaism May 
or May Not Look Like in the Future”
at Temple Sholom in Broomall onThursday,
October 7,
at 7:30 p.m.The program is sponsored by the
Hilltoppers, the senior citizen group
of Temple Sholom. The public is in
- vited. Refreshments will be served. A $2 donation is requested fromnon-members of Hilltoppers. The
building is handicapped accessible.
For directions and information,call Temple Sholom in Broomall at610-356-5165.
Open Studio Tours
This October, The Center for Emerg
-ing Visual Artists
presents the11th Annual Philadelphia OpenStudio Tours. This event featuresover 300 local participants anmobilizes over 20,000 members of the community, making it the mos
comprehensive tour of artist studios
in the region and the only event of 
its kind in Philadelphia. During the
first two weeks of October, this an-nual festival of visual art includesself-guided tours of artist studios
and creative workspaces, hands-on
 workshops, gallery exhibitions,demonstrations, artist talks, an
receptions. Studio Tours are divide
geographically over the course of two weekends and run Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 6 p.m.For full listing information, visiphilaopenstudios.org.
PTC@PLAY FreeReadings
Philadelphia Theatre Company kicks
off its 35th Anniversary Season with PTC@PLAY, a new play festi- val running
October 5 - 21
at the
Suzanne Roberts Theatre (Broad anLombard Streets).The Festival, with
staged readings of works by estab-lished playwrights as well as new  voices, features “Casa Cushman,”by Leigh Fondakowski in conjunc-tion with the Tectonic Theater Pro-
 ject, “Strongman’s Ghost” by Jeffrey 
Hatcher, “What We’re Up Against”by Theresa Rebeck, “How To Write A New Book For The Bible” by Bil
Cain and “Milk Like Sugar” by Kirste
Greenidge.All readings are free with curtain time at 7 p.m.Eachplaywright will be in-residence aPTC for their reading, and every reading will conclude with a publictalk back with the playwright andirector.In addition, PTC will befacilitating a conversation abounew play development and the role
of the playwright in the 21st Century.
For details call 215-985-0420 o
 visit PhiladelphiaTheatreCompany.org.
Mutual UFO Network 
Free Conference Preview Panel dis
cussion with Authors: Budd Hop-kins on Abductions; Bill Birnes of UFO Hunters and UFO Magazine;
Richard Dolan on the National Secur-
ity State; Kathleen Marden on Betty 
and Barney Hill on Friday,
Octo-
ber 8,
at 6:30 p.m. at Borders Books
& Music, 1149 Lancaster Avenue,
Rosemont Shopping Center, BrynMawr, PA. Panel discussion, Q & A,
Book signing, Meet & Greet. For info
call 610-527-1500 or online visi www.MainLineMUFON.com.
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 Annual Barrymore Awards
he 16th Annual Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre Gala Ceremony 
ill be held at the Walnut Street Theatre, 9th & Walnut Streets, Philadel-hia, on
October 4, 2010
at 7 p.m., followed by a reception in the Ball-
oom at the Benjamin Franklin House. This annual event is complete with
red carpet entrance beginning at 6 p.m. The Barrymore Awards pro-ram is produced by the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia and is
he only comprehensive awards program in the region, recognizing artistic
 xcellence in theatre. For information call 215-413-7150.
Professional Advisors Network Reception
FCS invites Professionals and Corporations to a Professional Advisorsetwork Reception – Tuesday,
October 5, 2010,
from 6 - 8 p.m. at R2Lestaurant, 37th Floor of the residences at Two Liberty Place, 50 South16th Street, Philadelphia, PA. Join others for wine and hors d’oeuvreso network and learn more about how professionals in the community re helping JFCS make a significant difference in the lives of those in
eed. For info contact Debbie Boyer at 267-256-2108 or DBoyer@jfcsphilly.org.
Great Friends to Kids Awards
lease Touch Museum’s 15th Annual Great Friends to Kids Awards wille held
October 7, 2010,
at The Please Touch Museum, Memorial Hall,airmount Park, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia. The eventill begin at 6:30 p.m. The Lifetime Achievement will be presented toarianne C. Raphaely. Other awards will be presented to Neha Gupta,Simon’s Fund and Reverend Floyd L. White, III. Proceeds from the eventill support Please Touch Museum’s exhibits and programs for younghildren and their families. For information call 215-581-3181.
Octoberfest
amilla Hall Nursing Home will celebrate its 50th Anniversary by pre-enting Oktoberfest,
October 9, 2010,
on the grounds of Camilla Hall,rom 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event features delicious food, children’sames, hay rides, White Elephant sale items, crafts and more. Proceedsill benefit Camilla Hall Nursing Home for the Sisters, Servants of themmaculate Heart of Mary (IHM). Camilla Hall Nursing Home is located0 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and52, between Paoli and Exton. For info call 610-647-4400, ext. 3273.
71st Annual St. Edmonds Cup Day 
he Women’s Committee of St. Edmonds Home for Children is present-ing its 71st Annual St. Edmonds Cup Day, honoring John J. Braithwaite,r. They have hosted a “Cup Day” event to honor a person or group of eople who have made an impact on the lives of children that live at theome. The St. Edmond’s Cup Day Dinner Gala will be held
October 9,010,
at the Woodcrest Mansion at Cabrini College, beginning withocktails at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and silent auction. The Gala willonor John J. Braithwaite, Jr., with the presentation of the St. Edmond’sup. Cabrini College is located at 610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor.roceeds from the Gala will benefit St. Edmond’s Home for Children. For information call 610-525-8800.
The Musket Ball
The Board of Managers of the Pennsylvania Society of Sons of theRevolution is presenting The Musket Ball,
October 9, 2010,
at MerionCricket Club, Haverford, at 6:30 p.m. The Color Guard will parade thecolors at 7:30 p.m., and dinner will be served at 8 p.m. Dancing will beto the music of CTO Grand Central. For information call 215-545-1888.
5th Annual Open the Book Gala
Preparations are being made for the 5th Annual Open the Book Gala tobe held at the Llanerch Country Club in Havertown. The evening willbegin at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday,
October 9, 2010,
 with an open bar andhors d’ouevres, followed by dinner and dancing with music provided by the Ken Ulansey Ensemble. Cocktail attire is appropriate for this event.Tickets are $75 a piece and may be purchased at the Main Desk of theHaverford Township Free Library. This year’s event will be marked by asilent auction with proceeds to benefit Haverford Township Free Library.If you wish to be a Gala sponsor, contact Donna Jones at jones@haver-fordlibrary.org or Angela Gasparro, Chairperson, at amg524@yahoo.comfor silent auction donations. The library is located at 1601 Darby Road.For information, call 610-446-3082, email haverford@delcolibraries.orgor visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.
Party with a Purpose
The Friends of the American Cancer Society are presenting “Party witha Purpose,” 10 Years Later, 10 Years Closer,
October 10, 2010,
atFairmount Water Works, The Water Works Restaurant, 640 Water WorksDrive, Philadelphia from 5 to 9 p.m. The event will honor singer/song- writer and 10-year cancer survivor, Lauren Hart, with the presentationof The Friends of the American Cancer Society’s Humanitarian Award.For information call 215-585-5350.
2010 Law Enforcement Leadership Award
The Learning for Life, Cradle of Liberty Council is presenting its 2010Law Enforcement Leadership Award,
October 12, 2010,
at The UnionLeague of Philadelphia, 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, from 6 to8:30 p.m. The event will honor James J. Binns, Esquire, with the pre-sentation of the 2010 Law Enforcement Leadership Award, for his com-mitment and contributions to the Law Enforcement community, and asa role model for the 30,000 young men & women served through Learn-
ing for Life and Exploring programs
at Cradle of Liberty Council. For info, call 215-988-9811, ext. 209.
Burn Foundation Gala
The Burn Foundation will hold its37th Anniversary Gala & Auctionon Friday,
October 15
at 6 p.m. atthe Union League of Philadelphia,140 South Broad Street, Philadel-phia. Tickets are $200 and includea cocktail reception, dinner, and a
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The Betty & Barney HillUFOExperience Lecture withAuthor Kathleen Marden
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ome enjoy free snacks and add some flair to your wardrobe without breaking the bank.Bring up to 25 clean, gently used clothing items to the Haverford Township Free Libraryby
October 31
and receive a ticket to come and choose up to the same amount of itemsou donated. If you would like to attend but do not have any items to donate, a suggestedonation of $1 per item will be requested at the door. Any leftover items will be donated toharity. We will also be accepting donations of clean, gently used clothing (up to 25 itemser person) even if you do not plan to attend this event. Seasonal items preferred but weill accept all clean, gently used articles. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the library.all Cameron at 610-446-3082 ext. 206 to confirm a time to bring in your donation.The library is located at 1601 Darby Road. For information, call 610-446-3082, email haver-ord@delcolibraries.org or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.
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