Microsoft pulls tweeting robot after it expresses admiration for Hitler


Microsoft's robot, launched as an experiment in artificial intelligence, said it hated Jews and Hitler was right.

Theirs Is a Love Made for TV

Blair and Jason Manus are starring in an episode of TLC’s 14th season of Say Yes to the Dress and are featured in a new show joining the network, Say Yes to the Address, which — judging by the name alone — is like a TLC-infused House Hunters

AIPAC’s plans to ‘come together’ undone by Trump


After days of warnings to its activists not to disrupt Trump, AIPAC leadership issued an apology not to Trump, but for its members who had applauded his insulting remarks.

Celluloid Heroes

The Israeli Film Festival of Philadelphia celebrated its 20th anniversary with a reception at the International House and a showing of The Kind Words.

Celebrating the Cerebrum


Officials of the Einstein Healthcare Network enthusiastically participated in the discussion on “Brain Waves” at the Franklin Institute.

Showing Brotherly Love for the Terrapins


The Philadelphia chapter of the University of Maryland alumni raised over $8,000 in support of UM Athletics in a dinner at Estia in Center City.

An Enthusiastic Answer in the Affirmative for This Program


RSVP Philadelphia showed its appreciation to its volunteers and meal packers at a breakfast at KleinLife in Northeast Philadelphia.

Deli That Makes a Difference

Allie Aronsky and Olivia Friewald of the Agnes Irwin’s Jewish Student Union raised money to purchase a Kosher Torah for Women of the Wall.

Marching to the Beat of Tikkun Olam at KleinLife


Recipients of KleinLife’s March for Meals program will find something extra in their bag courtesy of RSVP Philadelphia volunteers who have baked hamantashen in celebration of Purim.

Newsmakers, the Week of March 24, 2016

JEVS Human Services has appointed Dustin Seidman to its board of directors, and Bucks County attorney Robert J. Salzer will receive an LLM degree in taxation from Boston University’s School of Law.