Friday, September 19, 2014 Elul 24, 5774
Society Photo Gallery
Talk about your time shares! Hanley Rubinsohn has his share of memories after 50 years as a travel-agency entrepreneur, a fact recently honored with citations from the White House, Sen. Arlen Specter and Gov. Ed Rendell, among others. Marking the nonagenarian's five decades of inquiring "Do you need airport transfers?" "Will you be taking the MAP plan?" and "Have enough...
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Young at heart and on CD: Josh Young' s self-named debut CD will probably find a huge audience from fans of Broadway and cabaret tunes when released next week. The performer is abetted in this good bet by Brian Lowdermilk , who produced, orchestrated and adds his own songs to the release. Lowdermilk, who grew up in the Wallingford/Swarthmore area...
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Count on Friends: That’s the message those in love with Rittenhouse Square know they can rely on. The Friends of Rittenhouse Square’s 22nd annual Ball on The Square — which raised oodles of moolah for what is adoringly described as a“six-acre urban oasis” — was the park place to be for such luminaries as those at left and below. FRS...
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With songs in their hearts and their hearts filled with admiration for Israeli songbird Sarit Hadad, audiences lent their own voices of praise as Hadad made her local debut at the Trocadero Theater in Center City. The pink-hatted singer was joined by (from left) Galit Camry, an intern from Gratz College who served as concert exec director; Fuad Ovadi, the...
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Society Photo Gallery
Pulled over for … winning! Members of the Abington Police Department comprised most of the championship team at the third annual Lee's Hoagie House Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting the Women's Board of Abington Memorial Hospital and the Whitpain Recreation Association. Arresting the gallery's attention at the event, held at Talamore of Oak Terrace in Blue Bell, are (from left) Jon...
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