Elizabeth Bloom is a white women with long, red hair wearing a black sweater, standing in her home goods store and smiling at the camera.

Small Business Saturday About More Than Money

This Small Business Saturday, area Jewish-owned businesses are concerned with more than just good deals and discounted products. Between the growing convenience of online shopping...

The Jewish Angles to the GameStop Stock Saga, Explained

By Gabe Friedman Even if you never pay attention to stock market news, you have probably gotten the sense that something unusual is happening right...

Track Income, Expenses for Financial Health

Angelique Buchanan has a weakness for Starbucks. “My husband and I made an agreement that I would only get Starbucks twice a week. I’m trying...
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Pandemic Prompts Tax Changes for 2020

While the pandemic’s created heartaches and headaches galore for everyone, taxpayers may find themselves benefiting a bit when they go to file their 2020...

Why Do You Like the Songs You Like? Startup Aims to Find Out

Scott Miles went to his first concert (Tesla and Poison) two months before his bar mitzvah. “I was amazed at how everyone in the whole...
The 2020 Tribe 12 Fellowship cohort had to adapt to COVID-19.

Tribe 12 Fellows Pitch New Businesses

Thirteen Jewish entrepreneurs pitched their businesses to loved ones and fellow professionals over Zoom during Tribe 12’s 10th annual Fellowship Launch on May 12. “Part...
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Area Small Businesses Receive PPP Money

Several small Jewish-owned businesses in the Philadelphia area have applied, been approved for and received Payroll Protection Program funds from the program established in...
Back row, from left: Shel Klein, Andrew Klein, Steve Klein and Ken Klein. Front row from left: Sid Klein and Myrna Klein.

Klein’s Supermarket Keeps On Truckin’

It’s estimated that on Feb. 8, 2018, 700,000 people attended the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl parade. At the Philadelphia Museum of Art steps, they...
Jack Benoff said deals are there to be had for the bold right now, but don’t expect anything but future credit for cancellations.

Travel, Tourism Industries Reel from COVID-19

The outbreak of COVID-19, the infectious disease caused by a previously unseen form of coronavirus, began in Wuhan, China toward the end of 2019. But...
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Philly’s Jewish Restaurants Adapt to Change in Business Model

Louis Barson, owner of the Jewish deli Hymie’s, has never seen anything like the coronavirus epidemic. “My family has had Hymie’s since the ’70s, and...