Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Elul 1, 5774
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And all that jazz sure attracted a pre-Shabbat crowd to a Friday concert sponsored by Art After Five and the Israeli JazzPhest, with a major boost from the Consulate General of Israel, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Last week’s gathering included the talents of Reut Regev on trombone and prominent pianist Burton Greene.
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“Reaching Higher” in the art world is David Katz (third from left) at the opening of his exhibit of the same name at the Twenty-Two Gallery in Center City. Joining the artist in front of his work (from left) are Jake Greenbaum, Barbara Winokur, Noah and Shira Greenbaum and gallery owner Shawn Murray.
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The Katz JCC Early Childhood Education Center of Margate drew more than 300 revelers taking part in its Ladies’ Night Out Shopping Extravaganza, sponsored by the center’s parent committee. Katz JCC member Amy Brog and Katie Oliver, both of Margate, enjoyed the event, chaired by Laurie Staller.
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Perchance to dream … No, everyone was wide awake at this fun Pajama-rama held for kids by Har Zion Temple at Top This in Narberth. Storytime featuring Jewish tales was led by Rabbi Nogah Marshall (in the Elmo getup), the temple’s educational director.
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The Hebrew Free Loan Society gets ready to mark its 30th anniversary with a salute to its founders; an acclaimed former area schoolteacher and principal turns his efforts to a new book to assist adults struggling with literacy; and an internationally prominent flutist celebrates a decade of her Philadelphia music ensemble.
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