Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775
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The sun will come out tomorrow? It was the daughter who shone more than any on stage for dad as Moriah Tobin’s title portrayal in “Annie” wowed the crowds in the joint Beth Sholom/Adath Jeshurun Players production of the award-winning musical. Dad Jonathan Tobin is a past editor of the “Jewish Exponent.”
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The University of Pennsylvania Shoah Foundation Team — those who were at the forefront of landing a home for the Shoah Foundation Visual History Archives of Holocaust testimonies at Penn — have been named recipients of the school’s 2013 Models of Excellence Award. Among the team members to be honored in April: Brigitte Burris, Tina Cowan, Marjorie Hassen, Adam Preset,...
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The Ravens weren’t the only winners of the Super Bowl — so were those involved with the new Sarah Wetzman Davidson Hospital Tower at Hadassah Hospital in Ein Kerem. The hospital was the recipient of funds raised at the annual Newtown Hadassah Joan Weiss Memorial Super Bowl Brunch where victuals and victory were the order of the day. Quarterbacking the...
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Who better to honor at the Marian Anderson Awards than a performer whose voice conjures up depth and delight? Actor and father figure James Earl Jones (center) was a natural choice, and a great attraction for those attending the event at the Kimmel Center named after the late local opera legend. Joining Jones (from left) are John Saler; Christian Donato...
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Dr. Andrew I. Spitzer , who did his internship in general surgery and residency/ orthopedic surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania as well as a postdoctoral research fellowship at McKay Laboratories for Orthopaedic Surgery Research at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, has been given a rare tribute: honorary membership in the Israel Orthopaedic Association. Now...
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