Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775
Standing alongside his "Ark," painter/sculptor Tobi Kahn (left) engages in a conversation with Jim Caplan, one of the backers of "AVODA: Objects of the Spirit," an exhibit of the artist's creation of Jewish ceremonial works, now on display through Jan. 15 at the Lawrence Gallery of Rosemont College.
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The only ones guaranteed a successful New Year, said an old skeptic, were those who sold calendars. Dunno, these "Stars" seem a safe bet to continue their winning traditions in 2006. Like who? Like these who not only kept up with the Joneses, but went farther: Kimmel center of honor? It's a major national award for Philadelphia philanthropist/humanitarian/ business mogul...
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Society Photo Gallery
Flyers prexy Ed Snider adds icing to the cake - and what a cake it is! His sweet offering to the city: The longtime communal leader is joining up with the School District of Philadelphia to form the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, which will work to integrate the sport into the public-school curriculum. Here, Snider shows why he's such...
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This is one culture club Boy George can't crash: Kenneth Finkel , exec director/arts and culture at WHYY-TV12, is a man to watch since the station has decided to invest some $10 mil in enhanced culture coverage and producing its own mini-segments. Ten mil? Must have sold a hell of a lot of "Three Tenor" tapes to raise that. …...
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Society Photo Gallery
What do you give someone celebrating a 35th anniversary? How about clothing? That seems appropriate as Wayne Edwards, the glamorous family-owned fashion retailer, celebrated its 35th year of star-studded sales with a cocktail event at its Locust Street location. Sharing in the spotlight are Wayne Glassman (standing) and (from left) Merle and Max Raab and Wayne's parents, Elaine and Edward...
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