Thursday, October 30, 2014 Heshvan 6, 5775
What better perk for a favorite longtime volunteer to be recognized for years of attending to anxious families in a hospital’s surgical waiting room — often proffering coffee to assuage their nerves — than having a coffee station in that same waiting area named for her. That’s what the Einstein Healthcare Network did, dedicating that station to Rose Feldsher, 90,...
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Cohen dishes on her new cookbook and why she doesn’t get invited for dinner as often as she’d like
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Through her cooking classes, television shows and consulting work, Hope Cohen has become one of the most influential people in the local food world, with countless Philadelphians eating from restaurant menus she designed and recipes her students have brought home. Her latest accomplishment: a new cookbook.
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Beth D'Addono, Inside Magazine feature
Four local visionaries are looking to change Philadelphia for the better in their own ways.
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Philadelphian Susan Orlins has authored Confessions of a Worrywart: Husbands, Lovers, Mothers and Others, which she calls a way to get in touch with your mishugas. The award-winning writer, a graduate of U of P, will talk about her book and sign copies on May 11 at the Penn Book Store. Lynne M. Abraham , former district attorney of Philadelphia,...
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In honor of April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month, Ronald S. Robbins, a board member of the Parkinson Council,was honored with the ceremonial ringing of the opening bell at NASDAQ. Sharing the honor with him (from left) are Barry Milberg of the council board and Milberg Consulting LLC; Vito Cosmo of Grant Thornton LLP; Karen Jacobson, council board member; Robbins; Samuel...
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