Friday, July 25, 2014 Tammuz 27, 5774
Beatrice Barrish (left) and Millie Zazoff, founding members of Melrose B’nai Israel Emanu-El,, attend the unveiling — along with their rabbi, Howard A. Addison — of the synagogue’s cornerstone, brought in from its former site, at its new location on Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel grounds in Elkins Park.
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Dr. Richard I. Fisher , an eminent hematology/oncology specialist, has been named president/CEO of Fox Chase Cancer Center. Fisher, who recently became part of the Temple Health system, will serve as Cancer Center director and as principal researcher of the Cancer Center Support Grant issued by the National Cancer Institute. He remains the senior associate dean for cancer programs at...
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Let’s twist again like we did last summer? Why not, say those reveling in the annual 1950s-style Seniors’ Sock Hop hosted by the volunteers of the Auxiliary of the Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life in Horsham Township. Here, Gabriella Kilshaw, 5, gets into the hoopla. Gabriella’s an old hand at bringing fun to the residents, visiting along...
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The best is yet to come? The time is now, according to Philadelphia Magazine, which has just named The 20 Best Philadelphians in its current issue, including: Josh Kopelman, founder of First Round Capital; Derek A. Gillman, head of The Barnes Foundation; Michael Salove , listed as "Retail King"; Sharri Horowitz, who turned the expression "all work, no play" on...
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Seymour Shubin has just had his 17th book published, his first of what he calls “short essay-like poems.” Why Me? Forty Poems revolves around the 91-year-old author’s experiences during the Great Depression of 1929. Renowned restaurateur Marc Vetri hosted a group of culinary majors from Drexel University’s Goodwin College of Professional Studies “backstage” at his Osteria restaurant, where chef Vetri...
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