Wednesday, April 23, 2014 Nisan 23, 5774
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Media mogul Kal Rudman (second from left) and SangKee Restaurant Group owner Michael Chow (right) help Philly’s finest chow down with gourmet lunches at the recent Phillies-Cubs Businesspersons’ Special at the Park. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey (second from left) got into the food fun, too, along with some 100 officers working the game and in the radio room. It’s a...
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Slice and dice? No, it was time to take in the Chopped Challenge culinary competition, a special challenge to draw attention to hunger among seniors. Taking place on Mayors for Meals Day — part of a drive sponsored by the Meals On Wheels of America — the event was hosted by the Klein JCC, with (from left) Daniel Ladoise, chief...
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Dr. Esther S. Oh (center) brought insight into aging as guest speaker recently at the Madlyn and Abramson Center for Jewish Life’s Evening of Recognition, at which close to 200 donors to the Horsham Township center’s Annual Fund were recognized. Greeting Oh, an assistant professor in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology and associate director of the Johns Hopkins...
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Bernice Kaplan (right), a member of the Philadelphia Dickens Fellowship, got a chance to meet and greet Lucinda Dickens Hawksley, great-great-great granddaughter of literary legend Charles Dickens, at the group’s gathering at Cavanaugh’s (formerly the Dickens Inn) in Society Hill. The scion of the great writer is on a U.S. lecture tour. Wonder if Hawksley got a chance to hear...
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Members of Old York Road Temple-Beth Am didn’t need Queen to tell them “We Are the Champions”: The Abington team in the Delaware Valley Synagogue League just knocked the cover off the ball to take the 2013 softball title. Front row, from left: Stephen (Fritz) Freeman, Steve Glassman, Barry Gold, Rick Rosenstein and Bobby Schiller. Standing, from left: Brett Merves,...
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