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ZOA Honors Firebrand, Defends Tax Snafu

At last week’s Zionist Organization of America gala dinner in Philadelphia, honoree David Horowitz, a conservative firebrand and staunch defender of Israel, surprised many...
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Political Key to the Keystone State?

Rays of noon sun filtered through the canopy of trees as 43-year-old Cathy Rosen traversed a hilly street in Gladwyne at a brisk pace....

ADL Files Amicus Brief on Voter ID Law

The Anti-Defamation League filed an amicus “friend of the court” brief in the case challenging Pennsylvania’s voter ID requirements that will be heard this month...
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Shooting for a Hockey Revival

When ice hockey debuted at the 1997 Maccabiah Games, few, if any, people anticipated that the sport would say hello and goodbye at the...
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Keeping it Kosher at the Linc

When Steve Katz wanted to set up kosher concession stands a few years ago, he approached the Eagles, Phillies, 76ers and Flyers. The only...
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Day School Collective Offers Grants

Families have a new incentive to consider Jewish day school with a sweeping grant initiative that will provide tuition assistance for any of nine...

Pushing for Holocaust Education

State Rep. Brendan Boyle, a Democratic lawmaker from Northeast Philadelphia, is set to introduce legislation requiring Pennsylvania's public and private schools to include Holocaust...
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Braced for Budget Cuts

Jewish groups are bracing for the impact that Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed $27.1 billion budget could have on poor and elderly constituents. The budget...
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He’s Got Game

Can multimillionaire business mogul and Abington native Adam Aron become the Sixers net prophet? It's looking good -- as Philly's once-failed and feeble pro basketball...
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A Big IFF …

Will Oscar make aliyah on Feb. 26? With Footnote being feted at festivals -- and considered by some a front-runner for the best foreign film -- will...