Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774
Society Photo Gallery
For Bart Blatstein, it was business as usual - offering constructive ideas and giving back to the community. The real estate developer and Jewish Publishing Group president discussed his local roots and ongoing plans to revitalize the Northern Liberties neighborhood for an audience of high school seniors taking part in the Leadership in the Business World summer program of U...
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At the center of things - as always - is Peter Max. He may never have lived in a yellow submarine but sure provided a vehicle for wonderful art of the Beatles and other celebs, especially during the '60s and '70s. The artist was hosted by Kim and Josh Miller, owners of Ocean Galleries in Stone Harbor, N.J., where Max...
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Run for the money: The American Friends of Magen David Adom in Philadelphia and South Jersey celebrated their first "Race for Life" with a kick-off dinner attended by 150 supporters at the Margate, N.J., home of Sivia and Leon Braunstein.The race, held the next morning on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, raised funds for Israel's ambulance and emergency medical service,...
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Here’s hoping he has better luck with viewer votes than electoral votes: Who else would “Stars” be talking about than Al Gore, chairman of the board of TV’s fledgling Current network. What makes this all current is the fact that former Philly guy Mark Goldman is the network’s COO, representing quite a coup for the Penn grad. … Any movie...
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Fore they are jolly good fellas! But good enough to score a hole-in-one? All of these kids took part in the Julian Krinsky School of Golf summer program, which raises money for the character-building First Tee of Suburban Philadelphia. Jimmy Allen, 11, of Media sank a hole-in-one and won a pair of clubs - you can tell which one he...
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