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Twilight's Ashley Green was seen having lunch with Big Time Rush's Stephen Kramer Glickman on Saturday in Studio City and RumorFix has all the exclusive details. The two are apparently good friends having met at Bvlgari's pre Oscar party...An
Attorney Marykate Kelly has joined Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford, P.C. of Lansdale as an associate attorney...Kelly is a local graduate from Mount Saint Joseph Academy and currently resides in North Wales, Pennsylvania. Her practice focuses
Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford, P.C...Mr. Filice is a life-long Montgomery County resident and a local graduate of Souderton Area High School. Managing Partner Marc Robert Steinberg, states, "We are extremely pleased to have John as a partner.
37, Koby Yeshayahou About 14,000 households in Israel are still without power because of the storm that hit the country at the weekend. Some 6,000 of these homes are in Jerusalem, and most of the rest in surrounding communities, Judea and Samaria,
It's been a rough go for those trying to get health insurance through the federally-run exchanges, and though the story is different here in New York, there are some problems that our viewers have brought to the attention of NY1's Erin Billups...In
August 28, 2013 Olympian, sportscaster gets his due in Glickman' by Gerri Miller, Contributing Writer Follow JewishJournal.com on On the surface, a movie about a New York radio sportscaster might seem a niche project of limited appeal. But Marty
Barred from competing in the 1936 Olympics , the Jewish kid from the Bronx who could run faster than anyone in the neighborhood went on to forge a career as a pioneering sportscaster who was the voice of two pro franchises, but never forgot his roots.
Follow j. on and Kvell and laugh The late founder of CBS, William S. Paley, established the Museum of Broadcasting in New York City in 1975 to preserve TV and radio programs and make them available to the public...In recent years, NBC has been
At the 1936 Berlin Olympics, when the only two Jewish members of the U.S. men's track team were denied the chance to compete, the decision wasn't Hitler's but that of American officials, among them a USC coach. One of those sprinters is the subject
Melissa Cady, 34, reportedly walked to work in frigid temperatures today following her decision that it is spring now. The date is April 8 and it is now springtime and it is beautiful out, said the shivering, coatless woman as a gust of cold air