Section 2, part 2
(1) 50 Side Jobs to Help You Make an Extra $500 or More This Month
(2) Amy Joy Suben:
(3) Swim Lessons Won’t Keep Your Toddler From Drowning
(7) Lisa Zaglin: It’s a longshot, but there’s still a chance of winning the playground for our preschoolers. If anybody has an opportunity, please vote daily on any email addresses you have between now and June 30th. Our school is in second place. Just go to the following link and select Saint Andrew School – Newtown, PA 18940. There’s no cost to you, no junk email, just the satisfaction of knowing you helped us to win the contest and won’t be getting bugged about it this time next year. Thanks to those of you whom I know have voted and those who continue to vote. To vote, please click:
(12) David Weiner: I love the joke about legalizing drugs!
(13) Laresa Griffin: I love the Blessings Bag! What a great idea. Thanks, Blaine!
(14) Conor Rae: Just finished reading this weeks edition of your newsletter. Great job. Hope you and Cynthia are having a blast! Just come home safely and soon…You are missed!
(15) Dan Becker: Recently returned from a relative’s 10th 60th birthday party. I may have to start measuring mine that way.
(16) Mike Martinelli: BEATRIZ AT DINNER ***
Two of the best performances so far this year by Selma Hayek a massage therapist/holistic healer who clashes with a wealthy real estate tycoon played by John Lithgow.(Definately written with Trump in mind)
When Beatriz makes a house call to Kathy, (played by Connie Britton from Nasheville fame) and ends up being invited to a big business dinner party after herold clunky volkswagon dies. Beatriz immediatly classes with the cocky Doug (John Lithgow) the fur really flies.
The film very much shows the reality of the rich wealthy snobs that are walking around and running this country. A big reality for decades.
If anything about the film that I didn’t like was the ending, until I thought about the point the film maker is trying to get across.
Definitely worth the price of a movie ticket and not a wait for red box release.
(17) Debbie Hancock with two jobs in the PA/NJ area:
Direct Hire Sr. Claims Specialist Position Available in King of Prussia $60 k to 75k /yr. Must have 2 years of General Liability Experience Call 610-629-0088 if interested. Tell them Debbie Hancock referred you.
Customer Service Representatives Needed! Immediate Direct Hire position in Cherry Hill, NJ $35,000/year + $2,500 bonus available . Property + Casualty License is a plus call 610.629.0088 Tell them Debbie Hancock referred you.
Section 12A, NC events
(1) Jeff Messer: 24 hours before his wedding, Joe’s ex reappears, shedding light on their past. He deliberates between life with his fiancé and regaining what was lost.
General Admission: $16
7:30 PM Fridays & Saturdays and 2:00 PM Sundays
Join us for complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a drink of choice an hour before each Second Stage show!
At Hendersonville Community Theatre through July 9. For tickets, please click:
(2) Michel Louzon: From 11:00 am until 9:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, Arms Around ASD will be the beneficiary of Iannucci’s legendary 10% Tuesdays. All you have to do is round up everyone you know and their neighbor, head over to Iannucci’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant at 1981 Hendersonville Road and “manga”. But eat like you mean it because Arms Around ASD will receive 10% of the day’s proceeds.
(3) Paula Hanke: We will be doing a special concert on Saturday, July 15 at Isis to honor Linda Ronstadt’s 71st Birthday! We hope you all can celebrate with us! Reserve your seats: http://isisasheville.com/event/love-rose-celebrating-legendary-torch-singer-linda-ronstadt-71st-birthday-paula-hanke-peggy-ratusz/
(4) T.J. Shimeld: Magician Zeke Powerz to Read Minds
For The Vanishing Wheelchair Charity
“Magic & Mind Reading Mysteries,” featuring Zeke Powerz, is coming to Asheville this summer! Award-winning magician Zeke Powerz from Blairsville, Georgia will read thoughts, palms, cards, and the future on July 23 at 3 p.m. at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 337 Charlotte Street in Asheville. The event is geared for adults and teenagers and the $10 ticket price will help support the work of The Vanishing Wheelchair, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity for people with disabilities.
Zeke is a full-time mentalist who teaches leadership workshops during the day and provides entertainment at night: all based around developing your own intuition or “sixth sense” at both private parties and corporate events. Zeke’s demonstrations blur the line between science and superstition. A member of The International Séance Project, The International Brotherhood of Magicians, and a regular performer at the East Coast Spirit Sessions, Zeke will demonstrate all forms of psychic phenomena July 23rd at St. Mary’s for “entertainment and fundraising purposes only” to benefit The Vanishing Wheelchair, Inc.
The Vanishing Wheelchair is a non-profit which works with people with disabilities to help them find their passion in life through the arts. It has used the proceeds from the events it hosts to launch “All Things Possible” to teach skills in performing, painting, photography, music, crafts, writing, and wood working to people with disabilities. These workshops are available to other non-profits to share with their clientele and are conducted at its Little Theatre at 175 Weaverville Highway, or on location. Eventually the non-profit wishes to expand to establish a universally accessible hands-on museum for children to explore the arts and sciences at which people with disabilities can work and continue to learn these skills.
During the 3 p.m. fundraiser, Zeke speaks openly about the events that changed his life, from being struck by lightning at 9, being homeless as a teenager and spending 20+ years as a corporate trainer and leader. “The magic is inside each of us, it is all about figuring out how to unleash it. Ricky Boone (co-founder of The Vanishing Wheelchair, local magician, and Asheville magic shop owner) is one of the best examples of not letting anything stop you from achieving greatness.” Ricky will bring his own brand of comedy and magic as a special guest performer on July 23.
Tickets are $10 each and all funds raised will go to a great cause. To purchase tickets or for more information visit http://www.VanishingWheelchair.org, contact Magic Central, 175 Weaverville Highway, Suite L, Asheville, North Carolina 28804, or call 828-645-2941.
Zeke Powerz’s official Web site: esotericmagician.com has recently had a facelift and is now easier than ever to navigate. Besides his Web site, you can book Zeke directly on any of the “Big 3” social media platforms of Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
(5) Dr. Michael Trayford: Post-Concussion Syndrome Solutions
Tuesday, June 27, from 6-7:30 p.m.
Apex Brain Center Drive, Suite 80, Asheville, NC
Blow to the head, whiplash injury? Persistent headaches, dizziness, visual or auditory sensitivities, struggles with memory and attention, anxiety, depression, sleep disturbances, and more that just won’t go away? The “wait and see” approach to concussion management does NOT work in most cases, and many suffer needlessly for months to years. In this program, Dr. Michael Trayford will discuss proven assessment and treatment strategies that can help those with the lingering effects of concussion. ‘Build a Better Brain, and Live a Better Life’. Q&A will follow. Refreshments will be provided. You must be registered to attend as seating is limited and on a first come, first served basis.
To register, click here if you’re on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ApexBrainCenters/about/?ref=page_internalcall or if you’r’e not on Facebook, call 828.708.5274.
Section 12B, PA/NJ events
(1) At Princeton Yoga:
(2) At Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College:
June 23 – July 2
William Shakespeare’s Measure For Measure
An unflinching look at the confusion between lust and love, and goodness and self-righteousness, Shakespeare ’70 explores who sins the most among a congregation of murderers, pimps, politicians, whores, nuns, and nobles. Shakespeare’s electrifying exploration of the arrogance of power hovers tantalizingly between comedy and tragedy.
Tickets: $18 adults; $16 seniors; $14 students, children, vets, alumni
(3) At Actors’ Net of Bucks County:
The Threepenny Opera
Musical by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, English adaptation by Marc Blitzstein.
July 14 – 30, 2017
The notorious outlaw Macheath (“Mack the Knife”) is back in town, marrying the daughter of the beggar king. This tale of love, death, corruption and betrayal plays out to the tune of an unforgettable score.