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It Wouldn’t Be Summer Without the Catskills

The Catskills’ status as a Jewish vacation mecca likely peaked in the 1950s — and the Exponent featured more than two full pages of...

Newsmakers, the Week of June 22, 2017

Larry R. Kaiser, president and CEO of Temple University Health System, the Lewis Katz Dean at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine and Temple’s...

Students Read Poems About Holocaust Survivor

After hearing his story, area students on June 11 read poems they had written about the late painter and Holocaust survivor Harry Somers at...

Judith Creed Homes Supporters Celebrate at Gala

Former Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia President Sherrie Savett (left) and Secretary Ellyn Golder Saft were among those celebrating at the Judith Creed Homes...

Tax Credits Approved

Family-owned Edison Solutions was approved by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) for Grow New Jersey tax credits in an effort to maintain...

Cohen Speaks at NCJW Event

The installation of officers highlighted the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) Greater Philadelphia Section’s annual closing luncheon at BlueStone Country Club in Blue...

AJC Hosts Local Meetings as Part of Global Forum Follow-ups

As a follow-up to the American Jewish Committee’s recent Global Forum in Washington, D.C., AJC International representatives participated in a series of meetings and...

Free Concert Rocks KleinLife

The Alan Eisen Foundation sponsored a free concert for hundreds of area residents at KleinLife in Northeast Philadelphia. Steve Pollack’s Night & Day Enterprises...

Kids Participate in Concert for Peace and Friendship

Children ages 3 to 16 representing the Jewish Sunday Children’s Program, Ann Kids Pre-School, Red Lion Elementary School, Sound of Music School, Indian and...

YJLC Members Enjoy Wine Tasting

More than 2,000 people were in attendance for the Young Jewish Leadership Concepts (YJLC)Bucks Jewish/Israel Festival, a young professionals meet-up with wine tasting. The...