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Noted Urologist, Textbook Author A. Richard Kendall Dies at 86

A. Richard Kendall of Elkins Park, a longtime urologist who wrote medical textbooks and chaired Temple University’s Department of Urology, died at his home...

Finding the Right Partner at First Responders Summit a Task for the BIRDs

Dressed to kill, everyone kept looking around the room trying to find that special someone. They’d talk to this person here, then another, trying...

International Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemorated With Morality Discussion

The Dorrance H. Hamilton Building’s Connelly Auditorium at 10th and Locust was a sedate landscape of blond wood desks under harsh fluorescent light —...

Tabas Family Closes Epic Chapter With Sale of Royal Bank

The publicly traded Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania — founded, owned and operated by the Philadelphia-area Tabas family — has announced it will be acquired...

Jewish Groups, Individuals, Respond to Trump’s Executive Order

There were already thousands of people standing outside Terminal A at Philadelphia International Airport on Sunday afternoon, but people continued to arrive to join...

Helping the Homeless One Slice of Pizza at a Time

They say a dollar goes a long way. It can get you a snack from a vending machine. It can buy you a three-month trial...

Stuart M. Kolber, Popular Hairdresser, Dies at 80

Stuart M. Kolber, son of Bernard and Rose Kolber, father of Todd and Bart, passed away suddenly on Jan. 13, according to his brother,...

Local Organizations Slated to Attend Jewish Disability Advocacy Day in D.C.

With a new presidential administration now in place, Jewish lay leaders from across the country are not wasting any time to advocate and lobby...

Temple University Hospital Turns 125 But Its Mission Stays the Same

A lot can happen in 125 years. For Temple University Hospital, however, the more things change the more they stay the same. The hospital recently turned...

Local Students Learned MEOR Than Just History in Winter Break Trip to Poland

Winter break for college students usually means one thing: stuffing weeks of laundry into a bag to bring home and spending a few weeks...