Men and women who served in the U.S. military dating back to World War II were treated to a show by music legend Tony Orlando in recognition of the National Day of Honor for American Veterans Disabled for Life. The world-famous USO Show Troupe, the P
Honoring our K-9 military heroes (l-r): military working dog Bond, Sarah Browning, Sgt. Wess Brown, MWD Isky, U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, Gen. Robert B. Neller, MWD Matty, Spc. Brent Grommet, Cpl. Nick Caceres, contract working dog Fieldy, American Huma
A new documentary film, Debt Of Honor: Disabled Veterans In American History, funded by Manalapan philanthropist Lois Pope and directed by
Lois Pope, the driving force behind the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial in Washington, D.C., served as host for the premiere of Debt of Honor, a documentary that Pope produced in collaboration with documentarian Ric Burns chronicling the
The American Humane Association honored philanthropist Lois Pope at a special event with the theme ‘Lois Pope: Our Light of Compassion.’ Pope was recognized for her generosity and leadership in building a more humane world. ‘We can think of no humani
to honor Hollywood animal ‘actors’ Crystal and Hudson. Tova Leidesdorf made
a surprise donation of $50,000. Photo: Hudson, Pope,
American Humane Association Pres
By Emily J. Minor
It’s a Thursday, just a little past midmorning, and Lois Pope is watching the NASDAQ on a flat-screen TV hanging in her office. The television’s small, and clearly she could afford something bigger.
a rooftop nightclub, restaurant and spa.
By Christine Davis
It’s official. Urban Outfitters signed a 10-year lease with EASSA Properties LLP and plans to open b
The 32,000-square-foot Manalapan home once owned by Lois Pope
has sold yet again, this time for $15.63 million. Photo provided
By Christine Davis
The former Manalapan home of the late Generoso Pope, founder and publisher of the National Enquirer
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