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Business Profile: Laurie Dickman

Laurie Dickman, who with her husband, Joel, owns Laurie’s Bridal and Formal in Scottsdale, says the business "is a family-owned and -operated bridal boutique. We offer bridal, bridesmaids, mother of the wedding, bar/bat mitzvah attire, prom and other social occasion dresses. Even though we are open for business, our grand opening will be in November, to kick off the busy season."

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Wednesday 09/14/2016
Business Profile: Laurie Dickman
Posted: September 14, 2016

Laurie Dickman, who with her husband, Joel, owns Laurie’s Bridal and Formal in Scottsdale, says the business "is a family-owned and -operated bridal boutique. We offer bridal, bridesmaids, mother of the wedding, bar/bat mitzvah attire, prom and other social occasion dresses. Even though we are open for business, our grand opening will be in November, to kick off the busy season."

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On the Move - Meghan Dorn
Posted: September 14, 2016

Meghan Dorn, program director of Valley Beit Midrash, has been selected to participate in the inaugural class of Take The Lead Arizona’s 50 Women Can Change The World leadership program. The program is for female nonprofit professionals poised to take a leadership  role in their organization within the next five years. Dorn has been with VBM since June, having previously worked for the Tempe Chamber of Commerce as communications director. She also serves on the executive committee of the Phoenix Women’s Sports Association, is active with the ASU Alumni Association, and is a certified health coach. “We are so proud of Meghan and the fantastic work she does for her community,” said Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz, president and dean of Valley Beit Midrash. 

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On the Move - Salvatore Caputo
Posted: September 14, 2016

Salvatore Caputo is retiring from Jewish News Friday (Sept. 16). He first freelanced for the paper in 1997, joined the staff in 2005 and has been assistant managing editor since 2010. He previously was an editor at the Chandler Independent, and before that, pop music critic for The Arizona Republic. He moved to Phoenix in 1981 to be a copy editor at the Republic, after having been an arts editor at the Courier-News in Bridgewater, New Jersey.

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Friday 09/09/2016
After outcry, Airbnb announces anti-bias program
Posted: September 09, 2016

After complaints of discrimination against blacks, Israelis, Palestinians and other groups on Airbnb, the short-term rental website introduced a nondiscrimination clause for hosts.

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Wednesday 09/07/2016
Embassy Suites officially opens
Posted: September 07, 2016

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Law firm donates 13,500 water bottles to Phoenix Rescue Mission
Posted: September 07, 2016

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Wednesday 08/31/2016
On the Move - Sept. 2, 2016
Posted: August 31, 2016

Three new members have joined the governing board of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix. A.J. Rosenthal, a junior at Phoenix Country Day School, was elected to a two-year term, replacing Joey Lernor, who left the board last spring to begin college at the University of Arizona. New board members elected for a three-year term are attorney Andrew Plattner and retired physician Don Schon.

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Wednesday 08/24/2016
Networking group to host ‘milestone’
Posted: August 24, 2016

Gelie Akhenblit reserved space for about 150 people when she held a launch party for  Networking Phoenix in January 2009 – more than 500 people showed up. Certainly, that showed there was a hunger for networking opportunities among entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals. Yet, who could have foreseen that by 2016 NetworkingPhoenix.com would have more than 36,000 local users registered?

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