Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Elul 22, 5774
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Some treats without the tricks for these stellar "Stars": Robb-ed! Erstwhile Huntingdon Valley resident R.D. Robb has made a killer career for himself out Hollywood way. Next project: "Killer Joe," to be directed by Peter Bogdonavich. This surely won''t be the last picture show for Rodney and Eydie''s "little" boy. Indeed, the former child actor now magna-cum-producer can share pillow...
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Coin of the realm: Italian designer Roberto Coin (right) and David Goldberg, manager, Bernie Robbins Fine Jewelry St. David's store, hosted an evening that sparkled for all participants at the store. It was the lone East Coast appearance for the jewelry designer.
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It was a night of "Savory Samples" at the Mercer Museum in Doylestown, where a number of caterers and wineries helped make the fundraiser such a tasty treat. Savoring the success are Tim and Gloria Katsiff, museum trustees and just two of the hundreds who attended the social event.
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Lingering in the lingerie department: The Eastern Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce helped dress up the Tulips Lingerie grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony (not attached to any of the lingerie, hopefully). The boutique of intimate apparel also offers sleepwear for all shapes and sizes with expert fitting and alterations. Cutting the ceremonial ribbon (from left) are Steve Greenbaum, EMCCC...
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Abby, we're sending you in a kid; but you're coming out a "Stars": Abington has been named as one of the "100 Best Communities for Young People in the United States," as part of a national competition held by America's Promise. And Abby's a cover girl, too - making the cover of Newsweek mag, as well as being the subject...
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