Section 2, part 2

(1) Ken G. in NY: A Late Quartet—it really is a wonderful movie. Lincoln is right up your alley, even though he was a Republican.

(2) Walt W. in PA: BG, Used your newest tip to search your email and came up with interesting results
Word          Times Used
I            35
me            17
my            12
Blaine        12
mine            2

good news is

you            42

No idea what it means,
just sayin.

(3) Natalie K. in PA:  Thanks for sharing Kristof’s article.  I couldn’t agree more with everything he says.

(4) Robin S. in PA: Watched Once Around tonight on your recommendation.  Just lovely.  Thank you!

(5) Ruth W. in PA: Click to hear nterview with Christa M. Tinari, creator of Peace Praxis, educational consulting and training that engages, empowers and transforms youth in healthy ways, supporting diversity, awareness and understanding.


Section 12B, Other NC events

(1) Daniel Hensley in SANTALAND DIARIES at Asheville Community Theatre, December 13-16. Be there!
(2) Box office opens today for A CHRISTMAS CAROL that runs from December 7-15.  Directed and adapted by Mark Jones; an original score by Anne Rhymer Schwabland; a cast of 40 with Steve Lloyd as Scrooge; an orchestra of 9; and some pretty nifty special effects. Get your tickets now. 828-456-6322…or online
(3) Keith C. in NC: We’re excited to announce that the featured presenter for the next Lessons in Leadership Main Event on January 29, 2013 will be the legendary…DR. NIDO QUBEINNIDO QUBEINDr. Qubein is a true “Hall of Fame” world-class speaker, business consultant, and author. He is also the esteemed President of High Point University.Members of the organizing team knew that after getting Brian Biro to present at last year’s event, they we were really going to have to move it up a notch for 2013. After hearing about the Lessons in Leadership concept and with some friendly prompting, Dr. Qubein kindly agreed to bring his unique presentation style to Western North Carolina. And despite being one of the most sought-after speakers in the market, as with all Lessons in Leadership presenters, he’s doing it as a gift to our community.So, once again we’re able to present world-class leadership training at the truly awesome price of just $20 per person!

Dr. Qubein has such an amazing reputation in the world of business that we’re expecting a record attendance for this event. Already, group registrations have exceeded 200 and that’s BEFORE the official announcement was even made! This promises to be the biggest, most powerful and best-attended Lessons in Leadership event yet, so we strongly recommend registering yourself and your team as soon as possible!

As for previous events, we’ve selected PayPal as our credit card payment processing partner. During the online registration process, you’ll automatically be redirected to their secure website for payment. YOU DO NOT NEED A PAYPAL ACCOUNT TO USE THIS SERVICE.

Also, to help speed up the registration process, we’re introducing e-Ticketing for this event. Click here

to learn how this will make it simpler and quicker for you and your team to access Kimmel Arena for this amazing event.


Section 12C, PA/NJ events

(1) The Black Box and SICA Present
Pandora Scooter’s One Woman Comedy About the End of the World

The Black Box is pleased to present Fear Junkie 2012 by Pandora Scooter.  Performances will be on Fri. December 7th at 8 p.m., Sat. December 8th at 8 p.m. and Sun. December 9th at 7 p.m. at The Shore Institute for Contemporary Arts (S.I.C.A.) 610 Cookman Avenue, Asbury Park.  Ticket are $18.00 at the door, $15.00 in advance on our web site,

Fear Junkie 2012 is a hilarious solo show written and performed by national touring spoken word artist, Pandora Scooter.  The show takes the audience on a journey to December 21, 2012 – a date many consider to be the end of the world.  Along the way, Pandora portrays more than ten characters from the uber-survivalist Eben Eyelicker to the NASA specialist Dr. Take No Shite to End of the World Game Show Hostess Escha Tahn.  As Pandora ponders the maelstrom that will ensue with the end of the world, hilarity and sobriety ensue simultaneously.  Ending with a big surprise for the audience!  “If you’re breathing, you’ll love this show,” – Pandora Scooter.



EVENT: YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU:   Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman’s classic family comedy, highlighting the hilarious antics of the unconventional Sycamore family—headed by Grandpa Martin Vanderhoff – takes to the Heritage Center stage.  DeLarme Landes of Doylestown and Cat Miller of Bristol co-direct.  Doug Kline of Newtown stars as Vanderhoff, George Hartpence and Carol Thompson of New Hope as Paul and Penelope Sycamore and Cat Miller as daughter Alice.  When the daughter brings home her boyfriend Tony (Michael Wurzel of Little Silver, NJ) and his wealthy parents (Hugh Barton of Yardley and Susan Blair), chaos ensues!   With Marco Newton of Yardley, Giz Coughlin of Doylestown, John Wishnie of Morrisville!   Featuring Liane Golightly, Steve Browne, Gem Perkins, Robert D. Rodriguez, Chris Capitolo, and Anne Lobis.  Stage managed by Ken Ammerman of Morrisville.  Set design by Cat Miller.  Lighting design by Andrena Wishnie.  Costume coordination by Cat Miller and Cheryl Doyle.  Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.    

DATESNov. 30 – Dec. 16 – Nov. 11, 2012.  (Nine performances over three-weekends only) 

TIMES:   Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m.                                 

PLACE: The Heritage Center, 635 North Delmorr Avenue (Route 32), Morrisville, PA – near the Calhoun Street Bridge.  

ADMISSION:  $20 for adults, $17 for seniors and $10 for children age 12 and under.   

TO RESERVE:  Call the nonprofit Actors’ NET at 215-295-3694 or email   On-line tickets can be purchased via

ON THE INTERNETThe company’s website is  Social networking includes Facebook page — “ActorsNET, AKA Actors’ NET of Bucks County” — and Twitter name @actorsnet. 

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