Sunday, September 21, 2014 Elul 26, 5774

View the Exponent's slideshow of a number of communal activities that took place during the course of the 20th century. This content was originally curated for a magazine commemorating the Jewish Exponent's 125th anniversary.
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Stepen Seplow
Ron Rubin At 80, Ron Rubin, real estate developer extraordinaire, is still trim, agile and very active. He works out for 90 minutes three times a week and plays golf regularly. Without being specific, he says there have been health challenges, but, he emphasizes, “I’m good.” He doesn’t appear to have slowed down. Now, dressed in a shirt open at...
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Marc Erlbaum In 2000, 30-year-old Marc Erlbaum stood in a BJ’s Wholesale Club and wondered what to buy. In the parking lot, a U-Haul truck waited for Erlbaum to fill it with food. “My plan,” Erlbaum says, “was to spend $50 on each family and deliver the food directly to their houses.” By working with Rabbi Menachem Schmidt of Chabad...
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If there were any lingering questions about the Gershman Y's intent to become an integral part of Jewish Philadelphia's cultural landscape, next week's appearance by Bebe Neuwirth in a benefit performance for the landmark institution should go a long way toward answering them. On May 23, Broadway luminary Neuwirth will take the stage of the Prince Music Theater to perform...
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Eileen Goltz, Jewish Exponent Feature
SLICE OF LIFE There's only one bad thing that can be said about blueberries -- they can be messy if you squish one, and their stain is almost impossible to get out. Other than that, they're really a wonderful fruit. A blueberry is a super food, one that is full of cancer-fighting antioxidants, Vitamin C, fiber and potassium. This may...
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