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SPOTLIGHT / BY JULIA RAPP

Dtown Tech Supports the Community

Four and a half years ago, Dtown Tech was a start up with a questionable future. Today, it’s a small business that offers quality technology repair services and operates as the hub of

Doylestown’s community support. According to the owner Blake Lertzman, involvement with the community and an anti-corporate

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structure are what make Dtown Tech “the epitome of small business.” The purpose of Dtown Tech is “to provide a solution for every single customer that walks through

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smartphone and full mac and PC repair. Quality service and building close relationships with customers are of equal importance. The business “came about on a whim” when a friend of Lertzman’s advised him to open a computer repair shop. After finding a space in town with affordable rent, Dtown tech was established. Since then, Lertzman has valued community support and putting a smile on

people’s faces. “Our customers are phenomenal,” says Lertzman. He sees distressed customers come in with technology issues, and leave knowing that their devices will be repaired by the next day. Lertzman

also enjoys offering a dose of comic relief. “We have professionalism, but we’re also complete goofballs,” he says.

Dtown Tech gives back by

supporting other local businesses,

and

supporting fundraisers for different organizations. They will be the food and beverage sponsor for the Doylestown Arts Festival this fall and will also support a local school’s marching band. Lertzman says that when asked, he never turns down the opportunity to provide a donation that will benefit Doylestown. “You got to feed the hand that feeds you,” he says. Working in an environment that’s busy, and where he interacts with a

a day-to-day

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• Where is the food produced and does the company have its own manufacturing plant

• Does the company employ a qualified nutritionist and who formulates the diet?

• What quality control measures does the company use? Is the food tested for contaminants before it leaves the facility?

• Will the company provide a complete nutrient analysis for the food so that the amount of any nutrient can be determined on an energy basis?

• Is the food complete and balanced, and what life stage is it intended for (growth, reproduction, adult)?

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Turner

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hang around the music

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record to

MUSIC /

Frank

by Matt Kelchner

sounding comfortable, flabby even,” Turner says of those groups that

world just

a bit too long. When he began writing this time

a point to not

sound hungry, vital, like a

Negative People, Turner

swinging like it’s their very

fall into that pattern. “I wanted this

debut.” On his sixth release, Positive

Songs for

and his band The Sleeping Souls

come out

first album. To achieve his goal, Turner set

out to find the right producer. “It took a long time to find a producer who understood what I wanted from the album, who was also acceptable to the label,” Turner recalls. “After going through a fair few other names, I finally ended up chatting with Butch [Walker], and we clicked instantly.” The two have a lot in common. Turner and Walker are each living a “second life” after moving on from disbanded groups and both are singer/songwriters with a collection of their own material. The bond that Walker and Turner shared proved to be key in helping to shape Positive Songs for Negative People. Turner recounts, “[Walker] knew exactly what I was talking about. From then on, he was the only person I could’ve made the album with.”

Shining a New Light On a Familiar Face

Around this time two years ago, English rocker Frank Turner released his fifth studio album and was about to set foot on a North American tour. Tape Deck Heart, a collection of songs that was spawned from

a major break up, went on to become

a critically acclaimed record. Today, Turner and his band have recently released Positive Songs for Negative People. Almost ten years into the second phase of his musical career, Turner is going back to square one. “Not many bands get here, and many of those that do start

Walker has managed to make a name for himself working with high- profile artists. Located in Nashville, he began producing albums for his band The Marvelous 3 around the year 2000. Since then, he has worked with everyone from Weezer and Fall Out Boy, to Keith Urban and Taylor Swift. His duties range from producing to co-songwriting, and everything in between. Turner had a clear idea of the direction the “already long written and rehearsed” songs would take,

“I don’t like to write towards overarching themes, I prefer to let the songs come in the manner of their own choosing.”

and Walker worked with him to get the most out of him. “Butch brought understanding of that approach, expertise, and importantly, the right atmosphere in the studio.” Once settled into Walker’s Nashville studio, Turner and his band went about things a bit differently compared to their previous studio sessions. Instead of recording each instrument individually, Turner decided to have the entire group play together. Recording like this adds a sense of

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energy and rawness to the sound, similar to a concert performance. It was just what Turner was looking for with his new album. The band spent just nine days hashing out much of Positive Songs for Negative People. “By the time we got into the studio, we were more than ready to record. It was a very easy session in the end.”

A FRESH START FOR A SEASONED VETERAN

While making the album may have gone by relatively smoothly, things did not start off that way. “I had to fight a fair few battles to keep the album sounding and feeling the way I envisioned,” Turner recounts. These kinds of roadblocks in the

music world can sometimes result

in having

to never see the light of day. Turner

result in having to never see the light of day. Turner From the beginning, the record
result in having to never see the light of day. Turner From the beginning, the record

From the beginning, the record showcases that “wipe the dust off and keep going” feel. The second track, “Get Better”, makes the statement loud and clear with lyrics such as “I got me a future, I’m not stuck on the past / I got no new tricks, yeah, I’m

up on bricks / But me, I’m a machine and I was built to last.” Positive Songs for Negative People

entire albums “shelved”

I wanted,” he says.

to date. Where much of

The

stuck to his vision. “It’s a relief to have it out there, finally, and in the

form that

acts almost as the ideal counterpoint to Tape Deck Heart. However, this was not the plan from the get- go. “I don’t like to write towards overarching themes, I prefer to let the songs come in the manner of their own choosing,” Turner admits.

closing track, “Song for

The outcome is one of Turner’s

strongest

Tape Deck Heart was intertwined with self-loathing and regret, Positive Songs for Negative People acts as the perfect pick me up for anyone down on their luck. “I was in a more

Josh,” was written in memory of Washington DC’s 9:30 Club’s iconic

head of security of Josh Burdette who took his own life in 2013. Aside from the heavy sentimental value behind it, “Song for Josh” also marks the first truly live track to make it onto the album. It was recorded

positive mental space when writing for this record. The previous album was a breakup record, and I came through that,” Turner explains, “I wanted to move on, both personally and creatively.”

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at the 9:30 Club, on June 4th, 2014. Turner knew that it would end up on Positive Songs for Negative People, yet he had difficulty placing it amongst the others. Ultimately, he chose it as the final number. “I wanted it on the album, and it couldn’t really go anywhere else in the running order,” he says.

TURNER MAKES HIS WAY TO PHILLY

Turner makes his way to Philadelphia on October 2nd, performing at the brand new LiveNation venue, The Fillmore Philadelphia. It will be the second ever show there, following a sold out opening night courtesy of the legendary duo Hall and Oates. The night will belong to Turner, his band behind him, and his fans who have eagerly awaited new music from their favorite hardcore punk-turned-folk singer. At times, the journey behind Positive Songs for Negative People might not have been the easiest for Turner, but nonetheless he’s made it. “While it was uphill at times, I’m pleased to say I stood my ground,” he says. Be sure to check out Frank Turner’s latest, Positive Songs for Negative People and don’t miss him when he pays a visit to The Fillmore Philadelphia on October 2nd! | r

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The Fillmore

Philadelphia

Opening on October 1st, The Fillmore is geared to be one of Philly’s most popular venues. Live Nation will honor the Fillmore legacy as a celebrated venue in the 1970s. If the 2,500 capacity hall is too big for your taste, The Foundry might meet your entertainment needs. The small club housed inside The Fillmore will be an independent venue. The Fillmore is also a space to be rented for private parties of 25–3000. Outfitted with bars and serving food, The Fillmore is ideal for a variety of events.

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This fall, Sellersville Theater welcomes Lisa Loeb, Shemekia Copeland and comedian Colin Quinn to the stage.

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State Theater

The 1,500 seat State Theater in downtown Easton is a home for the performing arts. The non-profit, member supported space is part of the Center for the Arts complex. In addition to performance, the space also houses the Acopian Ballroom for dance events and private parties. The annual FREDDY Awards Program, created and produced by the State Theater, recognizes and rewards excellence in high school musical theater. This fall, performances by Jackie Evancho, David Sedaris, and Brian Wilson star stud the lineup of shows and events.

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I was a nice girl. My name was Chelsea. I had brown hair to my
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was a nice girl. My name was
Chelsea. I had brown hair to my
shoulders. Sometimes I put it up
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I was a Nice Girl

RADIUS MAGAZINE / SEPTEMBER–OCTOBER 2015 I was a Nice Girl named Brit. They’d been dating for

named Brit. They’d been dating for six months, which in high school meant forever. Now I know the true meaning of forever. Sometimes Chris would catch me

staring and I would blush and turn back to my notebook and hope that he was still looking.

think maybe he thought I was

pretty. A pretty boring girl. Not good enough to leave Brit for.

went for a run on Tuesday

the 2nd. I didn’t come home until Wednesday the 3rd. Something happened to me. I told the cops that I didn’t remember. But the truth was that I didn’t want to remember. But I remembered it all. It was like this:

I ran steady. One two one two one two. My headphones played loud. So I
I ran steady.
One two one two one two.
My headphones played loud.
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It did not sneak up behind me. It
did not need the stealth. I was alone
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She stood, hunched, her long black
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for the filth that coated her skin.
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and eyes visible. It opened its mouth
and the woman in my ear buds sang.
that coated her skin. Her muscles
bulged. Her teeth were too big for
turned the other way and sprinted.
It followed.
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through the tree line did it catch
me. Perhaps at this point, you are
I
her mouth, and her lips were bloody
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teeth were still growing.
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creature used to be a woman. She
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broke in 2nd grade, it was waking
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It
took me a day to crawl out of
that hole.
And a month went by.
The pain begins to creep back. I
feel it in my leg. It urges me to run.
It pulses in my nails and under my
skin. It is my long lost friend. It asks
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Oskar Huber Furniture and Design is a family owned business that has operated for nearly 90 years, and has not changed hands outside of the Huber family once. With two locations, one in Southampton, PA and another in Ship Bottom, NJ, the furniture giant, has become one of the most reliable and cutting edge furniture dealers in business. Each piece that they place in their showrooms has been hand selected and curated to uphold the stellar reputation that the Huber family has built over nine decades. With a history of staying in business, Oskar Huber has thrived through some of the toughest financial times in

recent history. It’s not a stretch to say that the Huber family knows what they’re talking about when it comes to selling high end, quality furniture at extremely competitive prices. Along with their top-of-the-line showroom, and striking designs and pieces, the company has always made it a point to be a cornerstone embedded in their communities. They hire local and have devoted customer bases at both locations due to their unwavering involvement within their respective communities. In the words of one of the current operating storeowners, Bob Huber Jr. said in a recent conversation with Radius Magazine, “In all, we truly

conversation with Radius Magazine , “In all, we truly enjoy what we do. Any opportunity to

enjoy what we do. Any opportunity to introduce people to real furniture is something we really cherish. Oskar Huber Furniture & Design has everything you need to create an inviting home.” Oskar Huber’s Furniture & Design certainly offers a very unique riff on what is it to be a furniture store in the classic sense. Without their excellent collection of pieces, Oskar Huber and their dedicated staff can stand on their support for their communities, and how truly dedicated they are to ensuring that each costumer has a positive and one-on-one experience. From the time they enter the store, right up

until they find their ideal piece or set, quality service and customer assistance are a fixture among the striking and very eclectic showroom pieces. With nearly 90 years of experience in buying and selling furniture, Oskar Huber offers a selection that caters to a wide variety of styles. | r

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ANTIQUES A Family History in Furniture | by Jake Bracey In the early 1970s, Jim Stenella

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business, now run by James Stenella Jr., is a classic success story. Located in Perkasie, PA, Stenella Antiques has a massive showroom and warehouse that spans almost 30,000 square feet. There is truly something for anyone that enters the showroom. On top of the wide variety of of high-end items that they carry in-store, Stenella’s is one of the original pioneers of online furniture sales. In 2000 they were one of the first furniture dealers to begin selling their pieces on Ebay. Every item that is currently on the sales floor is also listed online and can be shipped anywhere in the US. Stenella Antiques’ reputation has spread

in the US. Stenella Antiques’ reputation has spread as far as Russia, New Zealand, and Japan.

as far as Russia, New Zealand, and Japan. The global acknowledgement of Stenella Antiques comes from consistently offering excellent brands and pieces, their quality of service, and their knowledgeable staff. A showroom grown from humble roots, Stenella’s approaches serving their customers like family. Entering the showroom is a one-of- a-kind experience. Any person will be greeted with a friendly hello and guidance to what he or she might be looking for. Stenella Antiques in its current form focuses mainly on selling items made by high-end and much sought after furniture makers.

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Thomas Duane began pursuing painting when his band fell apart. Dissatisfied with his career in graphic design, and inspired by the murals in Boulder, Colorado, Duane found his way to the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program. Eight years later, the former guitarist and graphic artist is showing at the Jeffrey Meier gallery in Lambertville, New Jersey. In each of his series, he uses multiple works to simultaneously contrast and relate opposite styles of art or play with perspective and spectatorship. Duane is also interested in the effect of technology on appropriation. Duane, now 37, uses what he calls his “copy, cut, paste” technique. He says “I see the process as kind

of relating to how we use technology,

but I just physically, literally, employ

it in these paintings.” While Duane’s copy, cut, paste method does not

involve digital technology, it mirrors the method of appropriation that is digitally accessible. Technology has become what Duane calls

a “universal monster.” Any image

or work, copyrighted or not, can be duplicated and displayed with the functions copy, cut, and paste. All

it takes is a few clicks of a mouse. Technology inspired Duane’s “Universal Monster” series. In these paintings, he uses a literal monster. “I’ve taken the Universal Studios

iconic image of Frankenstein,” he says.

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my process and with the work.” The usage of the Frankenstein the icon encompasses both the monster that is the Internet and a copyrighted image. In Duane’s paintings, Frankenstein is painted on different sized canvases and each piece is cut differently. “Universal Monster” is a large single cut, with the top and bottom of the image reversed. Another work, “Universal Monster Cuts 1–9,” uses nine smaller images of Frankenstein displayed together. The monster is rearranged nine times, each canvas bearing one more cut than the last, and each image losing and gaining something different as it is reused. Much like the copying, cutting, and pasting of images on the Internet, the iconic image of Frankenstein loses some part of its origin depending on how it is manipulated and displayed.

its origin depending on how it is manipulated and displayed. radiusmag.com duanethomasartist.tumblr.com “I see a lot

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Duane sees “Universal Monster” as an endless series, much like the unstop ability of digital technology. Daune’s copy, cut, paste technique developed three years after he moved to the Philadelphia area. He was painting regularly, but felt unsatisfied with his work. After cutting up a few paintings, Duane threw the pieces on the floor. “I was looking at cut up paintings,” he says, “all of a sudden, they became way more interesting.” Duane experiments with combining different pieces of paintings that he feels are “polar opposites” with single cuts. In one series, he painted realistic and abstract pieces and displayed them as if they are part of one canvas. Each piece uses a similar palette. Duane sees it as an interesting way to view realism and abstract art. “It’s the same material, its oil paint,” he says, “I don’t think one is better than the other.” People who favor either camp will see a similarity between both pieces, perhaps something that they like in each. In his “Mash Up” series, Duane studies one section of a well-known work and repaints it. He then pairs the piece with another painting that he feels is completely different, yet bearing some visual similarity. His “From Gericault to Lichtenstein” shows one piece of Theodore

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Gericault’s “Limbs,” a painting of dismembered body parts, and Roy Lichtenstein’s “Wham,” a comic book- style image of a plan crash. Duane’s replications of the pieces focus on small sections of each painting that have a “visual similarity between the form.” The toes in Gericault’s painting of dismembered limbs are a similar shape to the fire Lichtenstein’s graphic painting of a crash.

Duane often paints in black and white, which he learned from New Hope artist John Murdock in Gold Light Studio. Murdock uses the academic art approach, a 19th century technique where students paint only with black and white. Leaving color for the final stage of study, artists focus on representing highlights, mid-tones, and shadows to build each form.

highlights, mid-tones, and shadows to build each form. 36 / RADIUS MAGAZINE / SEPTEMBER–OCTOBER 2015 Duane’s

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each form. 36 / RADIUS MAGAZINE / SEPTEMBER–OCTOBER 2015 Duane’s series of black and white paintings

Duane’s series of black and white paintings bears a commentary on how technology affects the way that people view film on the Internet. “We watch so many clips,” he says, often short pieces of longer works where the overall narrative does not come across. Duane watches black and white films on YouTube, takes upwards of two hundred screen shots, and paints two or more black and white images. Applying his copy, cut, paste technique to these

pieces, Duane sees it as a reflection

of how films can be viewed on the

Internet in pieces. By rearranging pieces of multiple paintings, Duane’s work shows the average persons interaction with thirty-second clips

of lengthy narratives. The paintings,

like clips, are not meant to tell a full story. “I don’t want it to be a narrative.

That’s not what’s important about these paintings,” he says, “you just

know that there’s a scene happening.” One piece, titled “Who is She?” arranges images of a woman’s face and her form from a distance.

A man in a mid shot is shown with

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a look of surprise and intrigue on

his face. Each subject in the painting

is looking at the spectator, yet it

is apparent that the woman has provoked the man’s expression. Like a film clip, there is not much else that comes across. The presentation of multiple perspectives is also used in Duane’s horror inspired pieces. His series of vampire paintings, “Bite #1” and “Bite #2,” interchange several cut

pieces of two paintings: one featuring

a vampire with bloody fangs, and

another showing the fearful expression of a human. The spectator witnesses the perspective of both the predator and prey all at once. The years that Duane spent working creatively with others, in advertising and in a band, cut out parts of his own creative process. The influence of other’s standards left something to be desired. “With painting, I don’t have to work with anybody,” he says. “I think that suits me best.” Painting gives him the freedom to follow his instincts, where cutting up an unsuccessful piece forms a dialogue on the relationship between the use of images and technology. Duane’s first solo showing, a two week residency in August at the Jeffrey Meier Gallery, culminates in a group show for the duration of September. The show will also feature the work of the gallery’s other summer residency artists Matthew Marquis and Jason Mones. | r

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GALLERIES

Seeing a variety of art doesn’t mean a costly trip to New York City. Galleries in Bucks County, Northampton County, and New Jersey offer the chance to interact with a variety of art. From classical to risk-taking, talked about exhibitions, the gallery guide highlights what you need to see in the area this fall.

The Jeffrey Meier Gallery

The Jeffrey Meier Gallery on Lambertville’s Church Street is a home for emerging contemporary art. The gallery promises that concepts are not sky-high (white

wall, red dot), preferring to exhibit the work of classical skill, unique subject matter, and imagination. In 800 square feet, up to 30 artists have their work on display, showing

a variety of styles. This fall, the

gallery opens September’s First Fridays with an exhibition of Derek Overfield’s work. Overfield’s

drawings and paintings study the male figure in a palette of black and white. The images communicate

a high level of expression.

Visit jeffreymeiergaller.com for information.

14 Church Street Lambertville, NJ 08530

for information. 14 Church Street Lambertville, NJ 08530 40 Outsider Art Gallery Located in artistic enclave

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Outsider Art Gallery

Street Lambertville, NJ 08530 40 Outsider Art Gallery Located in artistic enclave Frenchtown, NJ, Outsider Art

Located in artistic enclave Frenchtown, NJ, Outsider Art Gallery exhibits an array of edgy work, large and small. The gallery specializes in outsider art from around the world. All mediums are considered. Outsider Art Gallery puts on group shows that benefit community programs the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen and The Nursery Rhyme Project (art education for at-risk youth). On October 3rd and 4th, Botanica is scheduled to a group show featuring plant-themed art.

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The Patricia Hutton Gallery

Patricia Hutton Galleries in Doylestown presents two new and exciting exhibitions this Autumn. The first, opening in September is Country Roads—a group landscape

show featuring work by the gallery’s Plein Air and realist artists. In October, the much anticipated one woman show—Dot Bunn Solo

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October 17. The gallery specializes

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Sidetracks

Just Around the Corner

Sidetracks is a welcoming gallery with a specific interest in off-kilter art. With over 30 resident artists, the gallery considers itself a place fit for challenging encounters with risk-taking pieces. This fall, see the “Naked in New Hope” exhibition which is welcoming submissions, and the block party featuring a live body painting demonstration.

New Hope” exhibition which is welcoming submissions, and the block party featuring a live body painting

Visit sidetracksart.com for more information.

2 Stockton Ave New Hope, PA 18938

Easton’s Just Around the Corner gallery features traditional and contemporary art. Among the 185 artists represented is artwork from five Fair Trade organizations that benefit women in crisis world-wide. From May to November, visit the Artists in the Alley from 10–2pm every Saturday. The art and craft show offers additional work from the galleries artists that is not already on display.

Just Around the Corner also sponsors the Fraternal Order of Police Washington Lodge #17 Cops ‘N Kids Christmas Capers. The arts and crafts event bridges the gap between the public and the police.

Visit jatcgallery.com for more information

5A North Bank Street Easton, PA 18042

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Chapman Gallery

Located in the heart of Doylestown, the Chapman gallery and custom frame shop features local painters as well as regional artists from Bucks County, Montgomery County and New Jersey. Though the gallery shows a predominance in oil painting, styles such as watercolor, pastel, original prints and acrylic are also exhibited. September’s featured artist is John Reilly, an impressionist oil painter from Califon, New Jersey. October will be a double-feature, showcasing the work of Fred Place, a traditional watercolorist with an eye for detail, and John Mertz, an oil painter who also enjoys impressionism.

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Chimayo Gallery and Shop

The Chimayo Gallery and Shop in Perkasie will ignite your inner- artist. With a revolving cast of new work, Chimayo’s walls present Perkasie’s most exciting well-known and emerging artists. The shop is guaranteed to provide you with a fine range of innovative, and affordable, artwork creations. Once you’re feeling inspired, sign up for on-site art classes and take part in Chimayo’s unique community.

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Douglas Piccinnini

Writing the Past, Present, and Future

Douglas Piccinnini Writing the Past, Present, and Future Lambertville resident Douglas Piccinnini lives in the fluid

Lambertville resident Douglas Piccinnini lives in the fluid world of a poet. He is constantly refining and redefining his craft. Motivated by an acute awareness of what he calls the “cultural value” in writing, reading, and storytelling, Piccinnini is certainly doing his share to preserve it. The New York City native has been awarded residencies by The Vermont Studio Center, Art Farm in Marquette, Nebraska, and The Elizabeth Bishop Society of Nova Scotia. In 2014, he was selected by Dorothea Lasky as a winner of the Summer Literary Seminars for Poetry. Three years after leaving New York City, Piccinnini has written two collections of poetry and prose, Story Book (The Cultural Society, 2015) and the soon to be published Blood Oboe (Omnidawn, 2015).

Story Book is an episodic novella

written in a series of first chapters. “In Story Book, I wanted to achieve an emotional arc through a series of narratives,” says Piccinnini.

“I wanted to explore the possibilities

of storytelling, in the way that the mind often archives memories: out of chronological sequence, missing ‘facts’, fallible, nostalgic, haunted.” The novella’s often-unnamed protagonist is the same throughout the book. At every attempt to tell his story, the narrative begins at a

different point in the timeline of his life. Each chapter comes close to conclusion but ends before any type of resolution is reached—his ‘story’ constantly resets itself and begins again as the next chapter: Chapter 1. Blood Oboe, his first book of poems, took almost a decade write. In that time he wrote hundreds of poems that would never see the light of day. “In Blood Oboe, my work as

a poet is concerned with music—

in creating a striking, perhaps unsettling lyricism of unrest.” The poems in Blood Oboe dwell in loss of faith, in frustration of the vanishing pastoral, and the new currency of the digital age. “Above all,” says Piccinnini, “the emotional core of my work is concerned with time:

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with time: 46 / RADIUS MAGAZINE / SEPTEMBER–OCTOBER 2015 its passing, its presence, its future and

its passing, its presence, its future and how people are capable of accessing the past, the present and the future by merely thinking,” he says. Piccinnini began to give serious attention to writing in 2004 at Rutgers University. While there, he studied with playwright and director Ken Urban, and poetry with poet and scholar Alicia Ostriker. She was one of the first people who encouraged him to send out his work. In 2007, he followed Ostriker to New England College to work on his MFA in poetry. She was part of a faculty that included Gerald Stern, Carol Frost, Brian Henry, Eleni Sikélianòs, Ilya Kaminsky and Paula McLain.

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In New York, Piccinnini ran the Crowd Reading Series, called Café Orwell at the time. Later, with poet Niina Pollari, he founded the Popsickle Literary & Arts Festival in Brooklyn. Now in its sixth year, the festival aims to unite Brooklyn’s array of reading series, publishers, and literary organizations into one weekend-long mega-reading. Every six months or so, Piccinnini would travel up to Henniker, New Hampshire to the campus at New England College to meet with his professors, talk about his work, see what his classmates were up to. “There was a river there that we went swimming in at night after the faculty readings in the summer. There’d be a lot of drinking and socializing. A lot of the other students welcomed the time away from their friends, jobs, and families to arrive at the bucolic setting of New Hampshire and play poet for a few weeks,” says Piccinnini. Back in New York, Piccinnini had his other education. All over the city, there were readings to go to—places to see people read their work and talk about art. He went to readings about 2 or 3 times a week and started going to The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery. “You could really learn a lot by going there if you paid attention,” he says. Piccinnini also took classes with Vito Acconci and Anselm Berrigan at The Poetry Project. He found that being there “made you aware of the

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history and future of the art-scene in New York. And it wasn’t about getting famous

or meeting the right people, it was about the community there and making good work”. Piccinnini continues to consider himself a student. “In Lambertville— in Hunterdon County, my education continues on,” he says. He credits the Hunterdon County Library as a literary source and, “one of the great joys of my life here.” When I asked why he has chosen to write poetry, Piccinnini implied that it was not a choice. He is drawn to poetry because it is language that is inconspicuous. While prose can hide, go unnoticed in the service of the story, poetry is flamboyant in its attempt to capture the attention—in every placed and misplaced word. Piccinnini adds that these things are realized not as much by the artist but the times they are living in. Writing should be of the times and above the times, to see what’s going on and see around a corner (in some sense) at the same time. Piccinnini’s first memories of writing come from common experiences of the American childhood. He says, “The first writing I remember was making a kind of booklet about Nintendo when I was in second grade.

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In it contained whatever insight my second grade mind had about Nintendo, which were accompanied by my own illustrations. I tried to sell these little magazines to my friends” says Piccinnini. The first stories and books of his youth were from the Bible. He thought of them as a text full of fantastic wisdom, of mystery and of violence. Some of the first poems he learned and he had in memory were prayers. The other poems were pledging allegiance to the United States and holiday songs. Now, he adores the imagination of John Ashbery, the compression and music of Emily Dickinson, the silence in compositions by John Cage and Erik Satie, the brevity of Lydia Davis’ prose. Piccinnini is currently finishing a manuscript of poems entitled Grave Year Soul and has begun working on a novel called The End of My Life So Far. When asked about his future aspirations, Piccinnini replied “to continue writing and avoid repeating myself in my work. To use writing as a means of exploring my selfhood and the human condition.” Piccinnini is traveling to the Bay Area to read at Moe’s Books in Berkeley, CA and Book Passage in Corte Madera, CA. In October he’ll be in New York to read at McNally Jackson and at Poets House in anticipation of his first full-length book of poems, Blood Oboe. | r

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Art for Conservation

Art for Conservation will transform the barn of Rising Sun Farm into

a gallery of exceptional works of

art. The event in its seventh year begins on October 11 at 5pm and

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Dracula at the Roxey Ballet The contemporary Roxey Ballet in Lambertville will put some bite
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Premiering October 23, the show
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Rivers Merge Dance Festival/40th Anniversary LVAIC Dance Consortium

The Rivers Merge Dance Festival celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges Dance Consortium. The event kicks off September 25 at 6 pm with a site- specific dance titled, (in)visible veins:

Rivers Merge taking place in Scott Park. At 8 pm, the festival continues by showcasing the creativity of 9 Lehigh Valley area choreographers at the Williams Center for the Arts on Lafayette College’s main campus. Encore performances are held on September 26.

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Souderton Art Jam

The 3rd Annual Souderton Art Jam takes place at Souderton Community Park on September 26. The event features fine art and handmade crafts with live music all day. The event is for community members of all ages with a chalk art contest for the kids and craft beer and wine tasting for the grown ups. The Global 100 Thousand Poets for Change Tent rounds out the day’s events.

For information and beer and wine tasting tickets, visit stmainst.org/artjam.

beer and wine tasting tickets, visit stmainst.org/artjam. Garlic Festival The annual Easton Garlic Fest this October
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Garlic Festival

The annual Easton Garlic Fest this October will be one for the cookbooks! Come out on the 3rd and 4th, rain or shine, for a garlic- inspired day of fun. There will be farmers, chefs, artisans, live bands, and of course, lots of garlic. The festival will represent the culinary excellence of many Easton and Lehigh Valley local eateries. Not only will there be live cooking demonstrations, contests and a beer tent, but for the kids there will be crafts and games. Support your local garlic community at the festival at the Centre Square in Downtown, Easton. Your taste buds will thank you.

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Riverside Festival of the Arts

See all the talent that regional artists have to offer at the Riverside Festival of the Arts. The 19th annual event features over 70 juried artists who compete to win $1600 in prizes for the best art technique and exhibition. Intertwined with this festival is the Plein Air Art Workshop and Contest. With an entry fee of $10, you’re given the chance to win up to $500, $300, and $200 for outstanding outdoor artwork. Live music, interactive art activities provided by Crayola Factory, and food and beverage vendors round out the day’s events. Sept 18 afternoon kicks off the cultural weekend, with PechaKucha Easton; short eclectic talks.

The Riverside Festival of the Arts is September 19–20, from 10 am – 5 pm. More details on eastonriversidefest.com

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by Jocelyn Moye

A Cultural

Experience

in a Dish

Quinoa, a Peruvian-Mexican restaurant on Easton Road, seeks to serve its patrons by offering more than just unique flavors. Jack Egoavil, part of the family owned and operated restaurant staff, promises “a completely different cultural experience.” The mission of Quinoa is brought to life by the Egoavil family’s passion for sharing their culture. Each server has a thorough knowledge of Peruvian, as well as Mexican, cuisine. Guests can expect to be given concise descriptions of each dish with a dash of cultural significance. Patrons can also access a glossary of 32 common dishes and spices on Quinoa’s website before their visit. This restaurant, which presents the menu and culture as equally accessible, started out as a college assignment.

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Egoavil’s goal with the Peruvian food is for people to “try anything on the menu.”

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While pursuing his masters at Delaware Valley University, Jack Egoavil designed a concept for a Peruvian restaurant. Drawing on dishes from his culture, he called the project Quinoa. After graduation, Egoavil was a restaurant health inspector in the Bucks County area. When Buffalo Grill was closing its doors on Easton Road, he saw the opportunity to bring one of his dreams to life. Egoavil’s family, already the owners and staff of the Mexican restaurant El Tule in Lambertville, split their time between the two locations. The family saw an opportunity to do more than just introduce patrons to new flavors. They wanted to create a cultural experience.

Each dish “is something that we had at some point in our lives.”

While El Tule is heavily influenced by the culture of Jack’s Mexican brother-in-law Said Anguiano, Quinoa draws on the Egoavil family history. Each dish “is something that we had at some point in our lives,” says Egoavil. The family traveled throughout Peru while they were still living in the country and sampled the foods of its different regions. They immigrated to America in 1992 and would open El Tule in 2010. While patrons are often familiar with the Mexican dishes on the menu, Egoavil’s goal with the Peruvian food is for people to “try anything on the menu.” In the short time that Quinoa has been open, Egoavil has seen the community embrace unexpected dishes.

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The Peruvian sampler is an option for anyone unfamiliar with the cuisine. It is a combination

of yucca fries, causa limeña, palta

a reina (avocado stuffed with

chicken, vegetables, and mayonase), and solerito (quinoa with queso fresco cheese and olives). The standout item on the sampler is the causa limeña, a chicken and vegetable stuffed potato cake with lemon flavoring. The papas,

a potato stuffed with meat, offers

the surprising combination of black raisins and olives in the filling. Ceviche is a popular Peruvian dish. It is served cold with white fish that is cured in lime juice. The ceviche chifa, white fish with pickled vegetables, wontons, and peanuts, draws on Asian influence in Peruvian food. This ceviche yields variations on flavor based which elements you pair in your spoon. The Egoavil family’s passion for Quinoa has sent them back to Peru for culinary and restaurant management studies at D’gallia and Le Cordon Bleu. Egoavil’s mother, Carmen, already had a gift in the kitchen, but she saw the opportunity to study in Peru as a way to further her culinary instincts. While Jack considers himself more familiar with the front of house, he traveled to Peru this past winter for five months of culinary study. He admires chefs who can easily imagine new dishes and hopes to further stretch his ability to see the possibilities in the cuisine.

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to see the possibilities in the cuisine. radiusmag.com Egoavil uses his imagination often with Quinoa’s menu

Egoavil uses his imagination often with Quinoa’s menu items. He designs unexpected or healthier twists on traditional Peruvian food. Using his bachelors in Biology and Nutrition from Penn State, he plans on labeling gluten-free items and offering quinoa as an alternative to rice. Egoavil also plans on re-introducing the restaurant’s popular Salsa Night, and starting a BYOB community art event in the near future. “You have something as a project,” Egoavil says about Quinoa, “you see it come to reality—it’s a dream come true.” While the Egoavil family dreams of more ways to bring their culture to Bucks County, Quinoa already has much to offer. | r

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