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Adam Ruhf is co-owner of Molecule, a Manhattan cafe that serves only New York City tap water. According to a story in The Wall Street Journal, Molecule streams the water through a $25,000 filtering machine that uses ultraviolet rays, ozone treatments and reverse osmosis in a seven-stage processing treatment. A bottle costs $2. Customers can add vitamin supplements to their water if they choose. Michael Phillips, a lawyer with Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel in Philadelphia, was named to the Pennsylvania Rising Stars list as one of the state’s top young attorneys for 2012. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of Pennsylvania lawyers receive the honor. Lex Friedman writes to let us know that his fourth book was published. “The Kid in the Crib” is a Dr. Seuss parody aimed at parents of young children. Lex lives with his wife, Lauren (Krutzel) Friedman, in New Jersey with their three young kids. He is a staff writer for Macworld. Michael and Tovah (Sherman) Koplow 
welcomed a baby boy, Zachary Rahm, on 
June 4. He joins big sister Kira, who is 3 years old. The family resides in Potomac, Md.
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