Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Tishri 6, 5775
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Norman Fisher, a resident of Martins Run, a senior living community in Marple Township, lives the golden rule: He was recently honored for five years of volunteering at Russell Elementary School, coming to the aid of kids in kindergarten through fifth grade. Saluting Fisher (from left) are Connie Bompadre, director of elementary education; reading specialist Ellie Murray; superintendent Merle Horowitz;...
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If they build it, they will … hear? Seems the case. Philadelphia's Toll Bros. - who have built a national following for their home-construction finesse - have helped make sure that the famous Metropolitan Opera weekly broadcasts won't collapse. Robert I. Toll , chairman/CEO of the company, has announced a major gift to the opera after it lost funding from...
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What better time to celebrate the arrival of fall than with items about "Stars" who elevate the meaning of everyday life, movin' on up in the world in ways that would get a high-five from George Jefferson himself. Such as? Such as Philadelphia Family Division Administrative Judge Myrna P. Field , granted the initial "Outstanding Initiatives Award" from the Commission...
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You don't have to be a parrot-head to squawk with delight at the goings-on of Jimmy Buffett fans. It was Margaritaville on Broad Street as the entertainer sold out two shows at Citizens Bank Park, the first concerts at the home of the Phitin' Phils. Rejoicing in Buffett's field of dreams (from left) are Larry Magid, whose Electric Factory Concerts...
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Want to hear something … serious? Helium Comedy Club owners Marc and Jana Grossman (center and right) donated proceeds from a recent performance by headliner Pete Johanssen at their hot new Sansom Street club to aid victims of Hurricane Katrina.
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