Monday, May 25, 2015 Sivan 7, 5775
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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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A “Spoonful” of art: From left, Rob Dennis, Robyn Miller, Cindy Blackman and Rhea Dennis scoop up praise for their work in “Artists Re-Imagine the Spoon,” currently exhibited at Temple Judea Museum of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park.
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