“Cabaret” screening April 22

News April 21, 2014 0 Comments

The season finale of Chestnut Hill Film Group’s ‘Tuesday Nights at the Movies’ will conclude with the 1972 musical film, “Cabaret.” In 1931 Berlin, set against the backdrop of the Nazis rising to power, a young American cabaret singer befriends a student from Cambridge University. The two become close, with the student enamored by the […]
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Wildcats scratch out two wins against CHC softball

Sports April 21, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher A single swing of the bat accounted for all of the scoring for host Chestnut Hill College in a conference doubleheader last Thursday afternoon. In game one Francesca Faillace, a sophomore out of Little Flower Catholic High School, led off the home half of the third inning with a solo home run […]
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PC lacrosse turns away visiting GA, 9-2

Sports April 21, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher Host Penn Charter entered last Wednesday’s boys’ lacrosse match with an Inter-Ac League record of 2-1, and the visiting Germantown Academy Patriots, who had already faced the top three teams in the league, arrived with an 0-3 mark. Neither club wanted to fall too far behind the leaders, and after the first […]
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Wilmington survives CHC lax comeback, 9-7

Sports April 21, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher Trailing by four goals in the middle of the second period last Thursday evening, the women of Chestnut Hill College made up half the difference, but could not come all the way back in the final home game of their 2014 lacrosse season. The visiting Wildcats of Wilmington University, who led the […]
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Mount track remains unbeaten in league

Sports April 21, 2014 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher Moving a scheduled Catholic Academies track meet from last Tuesday to Monday to avoid the rain in the offing, host Mount St. Joseph Academy took advantage of the fine weather to roll up a 106-32 victory over the Golden Bears of Merion Mercy Academy. The Magic won five individual events on the […]
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Forced to retire at age 29 – Adam Sterr likes to keep his students on their toes

Local Life April 18, 2014 0 Comments

by Fred P. Gusoff Adam Sterr, a professional ballet dancer-turned-dance instructor, wants to keep people on their toes for six weeks. The newcomer to Mt. Airy will teach an intermediate-level ballet course that will begin next Wednesday and will offer adults an opportunity to learn or improve on the ins and outs and ups and […]
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Coached 6 national championship teams – ‘Love’ for tennis instructor at Allens Lane Art Center

Local Life April 18, 2014 0 Comments

by J.B. Hyppolite “I do tennis, and if I don’t do it well, then I’m going to die poor.” So says Bryan Hughes, 45, founder of the South Philadelphia Tennis Association and the president of his own non-profit, Jedi Tennis LLC, and a tennis coach for more than 20 years, including helping to coach Texas’ […]
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