Thursday, January 29, 2015 Shevat 9, 5775
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Dr. D. Walter Cohen (third from left) was recently honored at the AmeriHealth Caritas Partnership Integration of Dental and Medical Conference, held in King of Prussia. Former dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and chancellor of the Medical College of Pennsylvania (since integrated into the Drexel University College of Medicine), Cohen was cited for his many...
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Dr. Rivka Carmi (fourth from left), Ben-Gurion University president, served as guest speaker, and Sherrie Savett (fifth from left), president, Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, as tribute chair when American Associates of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev honored its Women of Distinction. From left are Lynne M. Abraham, former Phila­delphia district attorney; Jane Golden, executive director of Philadelphia Mural Arts;...
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Making Jewish history come alive is the target of the Project Runway of American Jewish Historical Figures program of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park. Here youngsters get a surprise booking in the K.I. Library: a visit from poet Emma Lazarus and nurse/author Lillian Wald. Playing their parts are Mia (left, standing) and Atara, helping to bring history off...
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Got that Thrify feeling? Jewish Family and Children's Services is opening a Thrift Store at 8948 Frankford Ave., with a celebration set for Oct. 23. Dakota Marine (left) and JFCS staffer Samantha Michlovitz size up some of the many contributions.
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Rodney Robb and Boni Wolf are serving, respectively, as producer and director of Sonic Pop Live, a new kids’ TV show headquartered in Philadelphia and shown throughout the region daily on Atlantic City’s WACP, Channel 4 (moving to WMCN, Channel 21 beginning Oct. 21). The series — partially scripted, the rest improvised — follows a group of children, ranging from...
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