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Keeping it Real after Two Decades on the Road by Lela Casey

What is the secret to longevity? “The whole idea of gypsy punk was
to create music that was inspired by
Gogol Bordello concerts reflect that
merging of chaos and control. While the
Eugene Hütz knows the answer. Since 1999, “From the beginning, I was well aware gypsy music from Eastern Europe, which music is intricate and well thought-out, and
he and his band Gogol Bordello have been that this is the real life,” Hütz remarked. requires a lot of virtuosity,” explained the lyrics are often deeply philosophical,
energizing audiences around the world “Chasing that magic and passion is real Hütz. “However, I kind of did it from the show itself can feel like a wild romp into
with their fusion of gypsy music and rock.   life. And the so-called ‘real life’ that many the point of view of someone who has the unknown. As Hütz flies across the stage
Hütz has put out seven albums, toured people live on some kind of matrix or ladder no classical skills. But before I knew dressed in bold, brightly colored outfits, his
the world, and starred in several films, is not real life. That is absolute garbage, and it, I actually had amazing musicians eyes blazing and body gyrating, the crowd
including a documentary of Gogol Bordello’s sooner or later, everyone realizes it. Sadly, joining who were real virtuosos.” feeds off his energy. And many fans have
history. So, how has Hütz, with his wild sometimes not until their death bed.” “Having classically trained musicians noted that that energy can be healing.
music, ever-changing band members, But although Hütz decries the gave us a lot of leeway,” he continued. “The music we create, we create to heal
and explosive lyrics, managed to stay trappings of a “normal life,” he “Our playground expanded so we could ourselves,” Hütz said. “So then it radiates
successful in an increasingly competitive understands great music does not be gypsy and symphonic and rowdy and to the listeners. What they’re feeling is
music industry? It’s magic, he claims.. come purely from passion. sophisticated all at the same time.” not any kind of ‘Jesus trick.’ What we’re

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Our playground
expanded so we
could be gypsy
and symphonic
and rowdy and
sophisticated all
at the same time.”
~ Eugene Hütz
The plan is stay uncorrupted
and creative and connected to
the side of life that you perceive
as magical.” ~ Eugene Hütz

doing is organizing poetic information in groove comes from. We’ve worked on Hütz takes that same balanced you to
a special way so that it sort of feels like creating our own hybrid that mixes the approach when looking towards elevate
your own mantra. The music lifts us to our best of both worlds. And we’re excited the future of the band. and works
higher selves and the people are sure to that people can ride that train with us.” “You don’t need to make plans for up your
feel that because it’s a primal element.”   The hybrid that Hütz has created the future that are precise,” he said. endorphins
Much of that primal element is composed of musicians and “The plan is stay uncorrupted and because
derives from Hütz’s experiences instruments from all around the world. creative and connected to the side of life you’re
growing up in Eastern Europe. “I’m a huge believer in being that you perceive as magical. The reality is singing
“We are the people of the Steppes,” he cosmopolitan ­— of a melting pot,” he that whatever is magic to you — whatever about
observed. “There is a lot of space to fill up explained. “Any idea of cultural supremacy feels [like] magic — is what you need to things that
with ballads and wind. The music there ticks me off. Our music is a very layered go after. And if you get to combine a few you really believe as truth, that
just flows. There are beautiful harmonies. thing. We try to bring out the best parts of those things in your life, that’s the real becomes self-fulfilling rejuvenation.
It’s very melodic and drawn out.” of every culture and bottle it up.” real magic, whatever form it takes.” That is the grandest payoff of them all,
But, as Hütz explains, there are some “We have had many band members Hütz remains less concerned with and the real secret to longevity.”
components of Eastern European from all over the world come in and out,” the specific form and more focused on
music that are not as well developed. continued Hütz. “It’s the self-propelling the deeper feelings behind his art. Gogol Bordello will be bringing
“Eastern Europeans have no sense story of the band. It sort of lives its own “If you’re doing music that is made strictly their music and magic to Franklin
of rhythm,” he said. “They can speed life in a lot of ways. Some people were for commerce, it doesn’t matter what kind Music Hall on March 17.
up to the point of falling face forward part of it for awhile, some people for a of music it is,” he observed. “You’re going to
on the floor. But there is no idea of short time, and they all brought their end up going through the motions. It won’t
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Here, There and Everywhere
By Beth Hauptle

Artist Tim Roach has discovered the best of both worlds.

alf the year he makes his home in To say Roach leads a physically active dinner,” Roach reminisced. “It was
Maui, Hawaii, and the other half in life is an understatement. He thrives on never something I thought about,
Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania. teaching yoga, going to the gym, hiking it was just something I did.”
“It’s kind of like moving every four to and bicycling, and excels at surfing, He currently works in two
six months,” Roach said. “Sometimes I snowboarding and skateboarding. (He different media: pen and ink  It’s in the living
don’t know if I’m coming or going.” can do a back flip on a snowboard!) illustration and linoleum block
He enjoys dividing his time He was so into skateboarding and printing, the latter of which came of daily life that I get
between the two places he loves. snowboarding when he was a kid that later to him when a friend asked
“I like to be outside,” Roach said. he recalls drawing all of the logos for a print of one of his drawings. the most inspiration
“So, spring through fall I’m outside in of his favorite board manufacturers “I didn’t have a computer or a
Pennsylvania, working, hiking, biking, and hanging them in his bedroom. camera, so I bought some block for my art.
and walking. I spend a lot of time on the Drawing, in fact, has been a part of printing supplies and made the
Delaware Canal towpath and at High Rocks his life for as long as he can remember. drawing into a block and made a ~Tim Roach
Park. Then after we turn the clocks back, I “I would sit at the kitchen table print for her,” recalled Roach. “It
know it’s time to get on a plane. And then and draw all the cabinets and opened up an entire universe of
it’s work and surf until April or May.” appliances while my mom made possibilities that I’m still exploring.”

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I would sit at the

kitchen table
and draw all the
cabinets and
appliances while
my mom made
dinner. ~Tim Roach

He calls his art “drawings,” and can’t both Hawaii and Pennsylvania as a be outside and it’s physical. I love my job as to live there?” he said. “Construction
quite describe what inspires him. framing and finishing carpenter. a carpenter, and it’s in the living of daily life jobs have a bit of a stigma as being for
“Everything? Living? Perhaps the balance “I don’t really consider it art,” he said. that I get the most inspiration for my art.” losers, but this loser gets to work and
of it all — monotony versus adventure, “It’s more of a skill, and being creative can Maui is a special place for Roach. surf, and it’s a pretty good life. I love
happiness versus sadness, security versus set you apart from others. I love it though. He first visited only eight years ago. surfing, so to be able to be in the ocean
the unknown,” Roach said. “Things usually Building is like drawing to me: lines, lines, “Who would have thought that in Hawaii, and get some waves after a
come to me when I’m driving. Then I get lines; shapes, shapes, shapes. Plus I get to carpentry would be what allowed me day of work, is as good as it gets.”
home and sit on the floor and draw.” When the winter ends, Roach
Currently, Roach doesn’t actively sell comes back home to Pennsylvania.
his drawings, but he does like to share “I miss the rocks and trees and back
his work with friends and others, who roads; the river and the creeks,” he said.
sometimes reach out to him on social “I grew up here, so the past is always
media wanting to purchase a drawing part of being here, and I can’t escape the
or two. He finds that social media is a good and the bad. I’ve been all over the
great vehicle for sharing his work. world, and there is nothing like this area.”
In addition to his work as an “You’re not allowed to honk your
artist, Roach makes his living in horn or flip people off in traffic in
Hawaii,” Roach continued. “That makes
me homesick for that good old greater
Philadelphia road etiquette.”
And while he has made great friends on
Maui, he won’t settle there permanently.
“You can’t get a good sandwich,
so I could never live there full
time,” Roach said.


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Finds Inspiration in Both
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hen photographer Christopher As an actor, he launched his career while But it wasn’t until Kadish was living the he’s been for 10 years. He works in the
Kadish was 21 years old, he a young man, appearing in numerous films, life of a New York actor around the turn of studio and on location. In addition to
saw “A River Runs Through It” television shows and TV commercials. He the millennium that photography really took taking art commissions, he shoots wildlife,
at the Senator Theatre in Baltimore. He remembers his first film, “Edge City,” fondly. hold of him. He started carrying a camera landscapes, portraits and headshots.   
remembers hearing someone laughing as “My first movie role was extra everywhere he went, shooting street scenes Having acted himself, Kadish has a
the credits ran and the aisles cleared. special — because it was my first,” and friends. As he was preparing to embark on fondness for the quirkiness of his actor
“But then I realized it wasn’t laughing I Kadish explained. “The relief and joy a trip to Amsterdam for an Uncle Ben’s Rice clients for whom he shoots many headshots.
heard, it was sobbing. That’s when I saw I felt being cast was exponential. I commercial, a friend gave him a decent SLR He shared some of their stories.
the power of cinema and story,” he recalled. heard Joaquin Phoenix was offered the camera. The gift transformed photography “I had one client bring a suitcase of shoes
By the time he reached his mid–20s, role. He said ‘no,’ I said ‘hell yes!’ ” into a true “passion and obsession,” according to a headshot session,” he remembered.
Kadish had committed to a pretty solid The photography bug first bit him when to Kadish. He learned all he could on his own “I’ve had clients start taking their clothes
direction for his life. he was 10. His Uncle Louis came to visit and by asking questions, reading books and taking off to change right in front of me (theatre
“I decided on a three-part plan: become brought along an old SLR film camera. a class here and there. He recalls purchasing people!). I started a session with one
a professional actor, then a photographer, “It touched me somewhere deep “Photography for Dummies” at Border Books. actor and she interrupted me: ‘What sign
and then a movie director,” he said. inside, to use a cliché,” Kadish said. “Oh, I’m definitely self-taught,” he laughed. are you?’ ‘Capricorn,’ I responded. ‘Oh,’
So far, Kadish has accomplished his “I can’t explain it other than it looked Today, Kadish runs a successful photography she said, despondent. ‘That explains it.’
first and second goals, and today finds like something I knew and never knew, business based in his natural-light studio I still managed to get great shots of her,
himself “standing at the third trailhead.” something magical and full of possibility.” in Port Richmond, Philadelphia, where despite her hatred of Capricorns.”

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Even the ugliest thing can
I want to use my strong sense of composition, look beautiful if you find its
my deep feelings, my intuition and my craftsmanship lines, its best composition,
to tell stories that matter. ~ C. Kadish and its beauty. ~ C. Kadish

Next up, Kadish is looking at adding

the third leg of his three-pronged
journey: film direction.
“I know how challenging it is to make
films,” he admitted. “But I want to give actors
good work. There are so many talented
actors without work. I also want to use
my strong sense of composition, my deep
feelings, my intuition and my craftsmanship
to tell stories that matter. I desire to bring
laughter and deep emotional release.”
Kadish is also convening a small hands-
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and early March. Contact him for details
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Even the ugliest thing can look beautiful great photograph, Kadish says there the image inspire a sense of wonder @Christopherkadishphotography
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kids was just
Continues the Coach’s unforgettable.”
Legacy by Helping ~M. Carey

Local Students

By Lela Casey

A fter 15 years of requests,

legendary Central Bucks West
High School football Coach Mike
Pettine finally agreed to allow a banquet in
his honor — but under one condition: that
started the Mike Pettine Foundation
to continue to do good works in honor
of the man many consider to be one
of Doylestown’s greatest heroes.
“No one in my life has affected me like
In 2003, ESPN produced a riveting
documentary about his last year coaching
CB West. But his biggest successes
reached far beyond the field into the lives
of the students whom he guided. Many
“We talked, we shared stories, we had
speakers,” continued Carey. “There were
lots of laughs and a bunch of tears, and
we really started thinking about more
things we could do to honor Mike.”
the proceeds go towards his scholarship this man, except for my dad, and I played of those former students who Coach That initial banquet led to more
fund for Central Bucks athletes. under greats like John Madden and Pettine took under his wing showed up discussions, and eventually the Mike
Three months before the banquet, Johnny Majors,” Carey said. “What Coach at the banquet to pay their respects. Pettine Foundation was created. Pettine’s
Coach Pettine passed away suddenly Pettine did for kids was just unforgettable. “It was a really difficult time when Mike son, Mike, the defensive coordinator of
on a golf course in Florida, devastating Whether you played for him or not — if you died,” recalled Carey. “We made the decision the Green Bay Packers, got involved,
his family and football community. called him up, he’d help you in a heartbeat.” to hold the banquet anyway to remember along with the Coach’s widow, Joyce
But his longtime friend and assistant Bucks County residents are not the only him and help raise funds for his scholarship. Pettine, Brian Buckley, Jim Benstead,
coach, Mike Carey, was not about to ones who have been inspired by Coach We weren’t sure how it would go, but in and several other former students.
let Pettine’s legacy end that way. With Pettine. His 326 wins and four PIAA state the end, over 300 people came. That Almost immediately, Pettine’s scholarship
help from several former players, Carey titles earned him national recognition. event really brought us all back together.” fund went from zero to $70,000. But

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Coach did so much good

for the community, it
was important for us to
keep his memory alive.”
~M. Carey

athletic fields will be renamed “Coach

Pettine Sports Complex.” These
concrete symbols of the Coach’s legacy
have been very healing for Carey.
“Mike was one of my best friends,”
said Carey. “It was so hard to lose
him. But seeing the community really
come to arms for Mike has been
that wasn’t enough for Carey and great. If you would have told me two
the other committee members. years ago that we would get all this Left to right: #22 Andrew Elsing, Coach Pettine, #25 Dustin Picciotti.
“Coach did so much good for the done, I would have said’ there’s no
community, it was important for us to way.’ But people keep stepping up have worked diligently to continue his work of and golf outings throughout the year,
keep his memory alive.” Carey said. and helping. Mike really looked out giving local students a solid start in the world. along with collecting donations from
Last year, through community donations, for people and it’s heartwarming to “Doylestown is an affluent area, but it’s a their site. They are hoping to raise
the foundation raised enough money to see how eager everyone is to help.” microcosm of the world,” observed Carey. $100,000 in the near future to ensure the
erect a statue of Pettine at the football But Coach Pettine’s legacy demanded “You can walk down the streets of Doylestown scholarship fund remains successful.
field and this spring, with the support far more than just symbolic gestures. and see homeless guys. And the same is “Every good thing we do is to
of the school board, the renovated Carey and the other committee members true of our schools. There are a few of our honor Mike,” Carey explained. “It’s
former players who aren’t doing very well, been gratifying, and at times it’s been
and they need help. The best time to help sad. But I know Mike is smiling from
them is when they’re young, give them a good up above. I know he’s proud of us.”  
start in life. Mike was very aware of that.” With the help of the community,
Carey has carried on Coach Pettine’s mission Carey and the Mike Pettine Foundation
to help local young people. Not only has the can continue to do the good works that
Foundation continued on Coach’s tradition would make Coach Pettine proud.
of giving scholarships to one female and one
male Bucks County athlete, but they have also
added community improvement projects and
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olished and casual, flavorful and fresh, Earl Jamison was a descendant of Fifty-seven years later, after “I have been fortunate and lucky enough
rustic and welcoming — a few words Buck County’s early settlers and a additions and iterations, the place to experience all the wonderful changes
that describe Earl’s New American lineage who maintained a long tradition hums with the same energy, charm, that Earl’s has undergone,” she said.
restaurant — one of Bucks County’s most of hospitality through successful and entrepreneurial spirit that Jamison “It is also my great pleasure to work
illustrious dining experiences. business ventures. Jamison realized his always imagined would bring people in service of Earl’s New American as
A centerpiece of Peddler’s Village in ambition to build Peddler’s Village in together, whether for shopping, executive chef,” added Gentile. “It’s one
Lahaska, Earl’s New American takes pride 1962 on an unassuming plot of land that entertainment, dining, or special events. of the diamonds of Peddler’s Village.”
in presenting its guests with delicious had housed little more than a chicken “Peddler’s Village is the fourth most In recent years, Earl’s management
contemporary cuisine in a friendly, hatchery and a barn. He wanted to visited attraction in the Philadelphia completed an exciting rebranding initiative
top-of-the-line service environment. transform it into a sought-after gathering region, and it is still family owned,” noted that transitioned the business away from its
General Manager Terri Kleinguenther, place for locals and passersby alike. Christine Hensel Triantos, director of previous fine dining approach and signpost,
Executive Chef Evan Gentile, and the “His mission statement was pure marketing and communications. “Earl’s Bucks County.” The restaurant
restaurant staff work in tandem to hospitality,” Kleinguenther said. “He Earl’s New American restaurant became more relaxed and inviting on all
uphold the longstanding ideals of the wanted to make guests happy, and this stands boldly as the quintessential counts. Most evident among the changes
restaurant’s namesake, Earl Jamison, translates into everything he created.” manifestation of the man’s legacy. is a simplified, farm-to-table style menu,
founder of Peddler’s Village. Beginning with the famed Cock ’n Bull “Terri and Evan maintain Earl’s as well as carefully selected furnishings
The restaurant was dedicated to Restaurant, a row of eclectic colonial-style philosophy in every facet of the day- to match. Kleinguenther observed that
him after he passed away in 2003. shops, and a winding red brick pathway to-day operations,” said Triantos. the improvements were “a labor of love.”
“It was created in his honor,” lined with a stately garden by Earl’s own Kleinguenther started as a Today, shining hardwood floors extend
explained Kleinguenther. design, Peddler’s Village was born. server with Earl’s in 2005. throughout the dining area and bar, and

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We wanted our
food to match
the ambiance
by not making
it pretentious
in any way.
- Evan Gentile

distressed sliding barn doors evoke an “We In addition to appetizers, Earl’s Happy
undeniable ode to Bucks County’s allure. wanted our Hour Specials feature select beers, wines, and
Other features include copper ceiling food to match cocktails every Tuesday through Friday from 4
tiles, glass bead chandeliers, and 40 the ambiance Evan wants his to 6 p.m. The “Dinner Prix Fixe” and “Late Night

team to create
reclaimed wood dining tables brought by not making it Menu” and are exciting new trademarks; the
to life by Rebekah Brown of Bethany pretentious in any Dinner Prix Fixe is offered on Tuesdays through
Design. Earl’s New American also sports
an attractive fireplace, a new entrance
way,” Gentile explained.
At a glance, the menu offers a widely the best food Thursdays from 4 to 9 p.m. and the Late Night
Menu on Fridays and Saturdays from 9 to 11 p.m.
ramp, and a welcoming, pet-friendly,
outdoor dining patio for families and
appealing array of colorful dishes,
which make use of fresh, locally sourced
possible, while Earl’s New American is open six days a week:
Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
friends to enjoy in warmer months.
“It is a fun gathering space,”
ingredients. Highlights include the
Shrimp and Grits entree with sautéed
I want the front for lunch, and 4 p.m. until 9 or 10 p.m. for dinner.
“Evan wants his team to create the best
said Kleinguenther. zucchini and a tomato sofrito, a 14-ounce of the house food possible, while I want the front of the

to provide the
Notably, the work of esteemed New York Strip Steak served with a house to provide the best hospitality and warm
local artist Alan Lachman adorns the saffron risotto cake and broccolini service to our guests,” said Kleinguenther.
walls throughout the restaurant.
“He is Bucks County, and we are grateful
(inspired by Chef Evan’s Italian
heritage), and the Grilled Salmon with best hospitality “As a team, I believe we implement this.”

for this partnership,” Triantos said.

Earl’s bright and open second level
chickpea stew, raita, and mango coulis.
Another customer favorite are
and warm
is dedicated to reservations for special
events, private parties, and banquets.
the Oysters on a Half Shell, featured
among Earl’s New American
service to our
The crowning attraction is, of course, Happy Hour Half-Off Apps. guests. 2400 Street Road
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Gentile, and with the assistance of oysters,” said Gentile. “They are the - Terri Kleinguenther 215.794.4020
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