Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774
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Sure, “The Phantom of the Opera” holds the record as the longest-running show in Broadway history at 25 years, but it’s still got a long way to go to catch Philly’s title holder: “Karabell!” Of course, Karabell’s not a phantom but a living, breathing reality at the Walnut Street Theatre, where Len Karabell was just feted for 40 years of...
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A Prize visitor to Philly: Israeli Dr. Ada Yonath (second from left), a 2009 Nobel Prize recipient in chemistry, recently visited the city as a guest of Mark Alderman (right) of Cozen O’Connor. The welcoming dinner, held at Pod, attracted such well-wishers as (from left) Steve Friedman of Duane Morris, and Dr. Donna Gentile O’Donnell, trustee emerita, Drexel U. College...
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A Celebration of Education, the spring gala of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park, set for April 25, will fete the achievements and accomplishments of dual honorees Rabbi Stacy Eskovitz Rigler and Caryl Levin. Native son Glenn Rigberg is exec producer of the just-released Struck by Lightning , about a high school kid trying to restructure his prosaic life...
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Teachers at the Richard E. Rudolph Jr. Preschool of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park recently took part in the Early Childhood Educators of Reform Judaism Conference in Morristown, N.J. Apple-ready are (bottom, from left) Lori Saruya, Miriam Buschbaum, Amy Kieserman and Ilana Diener; and (top, from left) Owa Zaga, Beth Rabinowitz, director of early childhood education at K.I...
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It’s the Sunshine Boys in the Sunshine State, playing the golf course in Boynton Beach, Fla., rather than puttering aimlessly around the house. Not that they’re not kept busy in Philly, which is home turf for legendary lawyer Murray Shusterman (third from left), who here teams up with (from left) David Axelrod, Al Reet and Chick Kirschbaum, Congregation Adath Jeshurun...
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