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Health reform needs a healthy respect for civil discourse
I recently took part in a "civil discourse," an unusual occurrence in this era of media pundit-orchestrated shouting matches.
Thu May 16, 2013
Michael Klein: Lachman comes home again
Chef Joncarl Lachman completes a long-sought homecoming with this month's opening of Noord - his Northern European bistro - at 1046 Tasker St.
Mon May 13, 2013
Rita's kicks off local expansion in Havertown
Rita's Italian Ice - or 'water ice,' if you prefer - opened a Havertown, Pa., store this weekend.
As ADL turns 100, Philly has a Walk Against Hate
This year's event, to be held Sunday, coincides with the organization's 100th anniversary.
Thu May 09, 2013
Montco Author To Hold Life-Coaching Seminar in Center City Phila.
An Elkins Park, Pa. woman who has been doing life coaching for top corporate and university clients is now opening up to everyone else, in two ways.
Wed May 08, 2013
Love at first sight for couple who met in art class for the blind
The sculpture class at Allens Lane Art Center in Mount Airy is in full swing. One student is glazing.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Mezuzah Ceremony and Installation at MossRehab
A spiritual and historic ceremony recently took place with the installation of a mezuzah at the main entrance of MossRehab and Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Philadelphia Public Record
Understanding Social Security: Are Disability Claims Lawyer-Driven
BY MICHAEL P. BOYLE, ESQ./ The recent NPR series, "Unfit for Work: The Startling Rise of Disability in America" , mentioned what it termed "The Disability-Industrial Complex". The story's clear suggestion is that lawyers looking for clients are to blame for the rise in people obtaining disability benefits.
Dine Out for My Life
This month, in anticipation of today's Dining Out for Life event, G Philly has profiled a different local who has been affected by HIV/AIDS. This week, we're closing out the series with the inspirational Miss Dolly Rolle.
Herman S. Belmont, 93, child mental-health advocate
Herman S. Belmont, 93, a Philadelphia psychiatrist in the forefront of child mental-health advocacy, died Saturday, April 20, of heart failure at the Quadrangle in Haverford.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Willow Grove Crash Inhalant Related, Police Say
Abington Police arrested an Elkins Park man following a crash last month in Willow Grove.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Elkins Park man killed after forcing his way into apartment
An Elkins Park man was killed late Friday after he forced his way into a stranger's apartment in Cheltenham Township.
SEPTA worker shocked and burned on top of train in Ewing Township
Officials say a SEPTA car inspector was shocked and burned while working on top of a train in Ewing Township, New Jersey early Monday morning.