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By Richard J. Anthony, Sr. When I was in first grade at St. Gregory’s Parochial School, the good sisters marched us in to the church adjoining the school building to
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By Richard J. Anthony, Sr. Gerald (Jerry) S. Segal, Esq. is a husband, father, and grandparent. A prominent Philadelphia attorney. An influential civic leader. A generous philanthropist. An avid golfer.
Max-Wellness is at the forefront of the 21st century’s trillion-dollar health and wellness industry By Richard J. Anthony, Sr. In 1988, low on funds but catapulted by a big idea,
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I’ve got prostate cancer. Now what? I recently sent my urologist an anniversary card in appreciation for saving my life after I was diagnosed with prostate cancer ten years ago.
Nolan Bushnell’s solution for the nation’s schools starts with playing games. He fathered the video game industry in 1974 with the creation of Atari, one of the most successful entries
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To avoid debilitating the human spirit, a barrage of bad news must be tempered with at least a modicum of hope, of optimism that things can be turned for the