Wednesday, May 6, 2015 Iyyar 17, 5775
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An area native awaits the publication of her second novel, set in the Yemen of 1920; the Golden Slipper Clubs & Charities announces the honorees for its annual gala; and a local human rights activist with an international imprint is named to receive a coveted award from the National Historical Marian Anderson Museum and Society.
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With a bid of $88 billion, Lewis Katz and “Gerry” Lenfest won the auction of the parent company of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News.
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More than 100 fans, former players and NBA officials showed up for the unveiling of a historical marker in South Philly honoring p ro basketball's late legendary Eddie Gottlieb.
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A $55,000 donation will fund the digitization of 295 interviews of Holocaust survivors and their families that the Transcending Trauma Project of the Council for Relationships has been compiling.
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The Katz JCC drew more than 350 musical aficionados to its Broadway Live benefit for JCC Camps at Medford, which includes the funding of its Open Hearts/Open Doors program for special needs children. JCC president Donna Bell and the event’s chair, Brad Molotsky (right), get the inside scoop from the show’s producer, Ben Lipitz, who also acted in the show...
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