Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Tammuz 25, 5774

Jared Shelly

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Even though five years have passed since her brother Gary was killed while working in the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, Edie Lutnick still feels the pain. "It's every bit as raw today as it was five years ago," said Lutnick, 47, a New Yorker who worked with her brother at Cantor Fitzgerald, but went into the office late...
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Runner Peggy Mandell is in fantastic shape. Her legs are muscular, her body is tight, and she has enough cardio capacity to run for long stretches at a time. And when she lines up for the 13.1-mile Philadelphia Distance Run this Sunday, she'll also be twice the age of most of the other participants. The 55-year-old mother of two grown...
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While other National Football League executives may spend time schmoozing with clients and working to develop business relationships during a home game, Philadelphia Eagles president and chief operating officer Joe Banner prefers to watch in limited company, free to analyze his team with no distractions. "I have a little, mini-suite for myself, and one or two top execs -- and...
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It happened to Philadelphia goalie Max Fenkell two years in a row. First, it was the inline hockey semifinal in the JCC Maccabi Games in 2004. After his Philadelphia team overcame a two-goal deficit against Washington, D.C., to tie the game -- this, in front of D.C.'s home crowd -- Fenkell, 15, gave up the game winning goal with just...
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Jesse Breitbart enjoyed his first couple of trips to the Jewish state, visiting standard sites like the Western Wall and Yad Vashem, but when planning his fourth trip, the 21-year-old wanted to make more direct connections with Israelis. So he signed up for the Hillel Partnership 2000 Summer Service Project, which sent seven college students to Netivot and Sedot Negev...
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