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  • AC Arts Garage Book Launch
    Rob Huberman
    Author Joseph Polillo and Publisher Rob Huberman.


  • EHT Historical Society Book Release
    Rob Huberman
    Egg Harbor Historical Society President June Sheridan, ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman and EHTHS Vice President Lynn Wood at the release of Journey Through Time: A Pictorial History of Egg Harbor Township. (Aug. 2015)


  • Into Foreverland Book Release
    Rob Huberman
    ComteQ author Tootsie Barron and Publisher Rob Huberman at the release of Into Foreverland at the Smithville Inn in Smithville, NJ. (Dec. 2014)


  • Closing the Gap Book Launch

    Publisher Rob Huberman with defense lawyer and ComteQ author Bill Subin at the launch of his book Closing the Gap, (Sep. 2014)


  • Philadelphia TV "News Hound"
    Rob Huberman
    Former Philadelphia television personality, newspaper reporter, and ComteQ Publishing author of the memoir News Hound Dick Sheeran, with Publisher Rob Huberman at a book signing event. (Jan. 2014


  • Sizzle & Swing Book Launch & Concert
    Rob Huberman
    Dot Time Records Executive Jo Bickhardt, The Mahattan Transfer founding member, jazz singer, and ComteQ author Erin Dickins, and Publisher Rob Huberman at the book launch of her Sizzle & Swing: Jazzin' Up Food at Germanos Night Club in Baltimore, MD. ComteQ bundled Erin's latest CD Java Jive with the new cookbook. (Mar. 2014)


  • Red Klotz Book Launch Event

    Gloria Klotz, wife of Jewish basketball legend Red Klotz, Publisher Rob Huberman, and ComteQ author Tim Kelly at the book launch for The Legend of Red Klotz: How Basketball’s Loss Leader Won Over the World—14,000 Times at Steve & Cookie's Restaurant in Margate, NJ (Jan. 2014)


  • The Legend of Red Klotz Launch Event

    (L-R) ComteQ author Israel Posner, "Mr. Atlantic City" radio and television personality Pinky Kravitz, ComteQ author Leo Schoffer, and Publisher Rob Huberman attend book launch event for Harlem Globtrotters opponent and Jewish basketball Hall of Famer Red Klotz. The Legend of Red Klotz release event took place at Steve & Cookies restaurant in Margate, NJ. (Jan. 2014)


  • Holocaust Archives Presented to Seton Hall

    Publisher Rob Huberman with Holocaust survivor, activist and ComteQ author Luna Kaufman (Luna's Life: A Journey of Forgiveness and Triumph), who donated her prison dress that she wore the in concentration camps, to Seton Hall University in East Orange NJ. (Sep. 2013)


  • Wallenberg Plaza Dedication Event

    NJ Commission on Holocaust Education Dr. Paul Winkler, Publisher Rob Huberman, and Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Vera Goodkin alongside a poster at an event honoring Raoul Wallenberg at Beth El Synagogue in Margate, NJ. Goodkin was rescued by Wallenberg and details her account in her memoir In Sunshine and in Shadows: We Remember Them. She was on hand for the dedication of Wallenber Plaza. (Sep. 2013)


  • AC Boardwalk Boss Book Launch
    Rob Huberman
    Publisher Rob Huberman in from of the historical Knife & Fork Inn in Atlantic City for the book launch of Nucky: The Real Story of the Atlantic City Boardwalk Boss. (Jan. 2013)


  • "Nucky" Book Release Event
    Rob Huberman
    Publisher Rob Huberman and ComteQ author Frank J. Ferry, Esq. pose with Atlantic City Boartdwalk Boss "Nucky Johnson" at a book release for Nucky: The Real Story of the Atlantic City Boardwalk Boss at the historic Knife & Fork Inn in Atlantic City. (Apr. 2013)


  • Huberman Holocaust Documentary in Works
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Josh Aronson

    Oscar Nominated Filmmaker Josh Aronson, Exec. Producer Dorit Straus, survivor Rosi Grunschlag and Rob Huberman at a fundraiser for Orchestra of Exiles at Faust Harrison Pianos in Manhattan. The film chronicles Bronislaw’s Huberman four-year struggle to found the Palestine Symphony in 1936 with Europe's Jewish musicians, who, with their families, were among the one thousand Jews he saved from the Holocaust. (Oct. 2011)


  • Poland’s President Honors ComteQ Author
    Rob Huberman
    Holocaust survivor, activist and ComteQ author Luna Kaufman (Luna's Life) receives a medal of honor from Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski. Luna was honored by the Polish government for her efforts to foster Jewish-Catholic relations and to keep alive the memory of the Shoah and its victims. (Sep. 2011)


  • Best Selling ComteQ Author Surpasses 13,000

    ComteQ author Fred Spiegel (Once the Acacias Bloomed) stops by the offices of ComteQ to order the 13,000th copy of his Holocaust memoir.  (Sep. 2011)


  • Beth El Synagogue Holocaust Event
    Rob Huberman

    Holocaust survivors and ComteQ Publishing authors (l-r) Joseph Rosenberg, Fred Spiegel, Ernest Paul, Publisher Rob Huberman, Executive Director of the NJ Commission on Holocaust Education Dr. Paul Winkler, and Betty Grebenchikoff at a Holocaust event at Beth El Synagogue in Margate, NJ (Aug. 2011)


  • Holocaust Resource Center Event

    Publisher Rob Huberman with Holocaust survivor Joseph Rosenberg, author of Cutting My Life in Two, and wife Nita at an event at the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. (Jun. 2011)


  • AC Boardwalk Holocaust Site Dedication
    Rob Huberman Kaleem Shabazz
    Publisher Rob Huberman, Jewish Federation of Atlantic County Executive Director Bob Seltzer, and President of the Masjid Muhammad Mosque and President of the Bridge of Faith Kaleem Shabazz attend the site dedication for the proposed Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial. (May 2011)


  • World's Biggest Beach Bum
    Rob Huberman
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman stops by the Ocean City, NJ beach hangout of ComteQ author (East of the Boardwalk) and self-proclaimed "World's Biggest Beach Bum" Earl Paul. (April 2011)


  • Blow Bubbles for Autism Book Reading
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Faces Autism Support Network Director Isabelle Mosca and twin ComteQ authors Kyle and Isabelle Mosca (Adventure to Autism Planet) at the Ventnor, NJ Elementary School. (April 2011)


  • AJC Dinner to Honor Paul Winkler
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    American Jewish Committee of Central New Jersey Event to honor New Jersey Commission of Education Executive Director Paul Winkler. ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Holocaust surivors and ComteQ authors (l) Vera Goodkin (In Sunshine and In Shadow) and Luna Kaufman (Luna's Life) (Jun. 2010)


  • S.S. St. Louis Survivor

    S.S. St. Louis tradgey Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Fred Buff (The St. Louis Diary of Fritz Buff) attend the American Jewish Committee of Central New Jersey Event to honor New Jersey Commission of Education Executive Director Paul Winkler. (Jun. 2010)


  • Margate Book Signing Event

    ComteQ author of Life with Lulu Sylvia Baker with Publisher Rob Huberman at a Margate City sidewalk event book signing. (Dec. 2010)


  • Children's Book Author
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Annette Corrigan and ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at ComteQ's office upon the arrival of her children's book Andrew's Holey Blanket. (Dec 2010)


  • "Righteous Among the Nations" Medal

    ComteQ Publishing author (Beyond the Ouija Board) Arlette deMonceau Michaelis, of Dennis Township, NJ was awarded the "Righteous Among the Nations" medal by Philadelphia Israel Consul General Daniel Kutner at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey’s Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center. Arlette and her family helped save Jews by hiding them in their Brussels apartment during the German occupation of Belgium. (July 2011)


  • Museum of Jewish History Book Event NYC
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Buddy Casel, Leo Schoffer, editor Ralph Berger and ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at a book launch event for With Courage Shall We Fight at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC. Ralph's parents were partisan fighters with the Bielski Brothers Brigade portrayed in the Hollywood feature film Defiance. (November 2010)


  • Hannah Senesh Exhibit NYC
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Ernest Paul (Ernest Triumphant) with ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at the Hannah Senish exhibit at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC. An agent for England during WWII, 24-year-old Senish was executed for treason. Imprisoned as a member of the Hungarian resistance, Ernest was forced to witness the execution. (November 2010)


  • JCC Book Signing Event in Margate
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Dean of General Studies and ComteQ author (Ruins Wheel) Jan Colijn, Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Don Berkman and ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at the book launch of Don's Holocaust memoir, Two Voices: A Mother and a Son. (August 2010)


  • Violinist Joshua Bell Seton Hall University
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Joshua Bell
    "Humanitarian of the Year" Award recipient, classical violinist Joshua Bell, Sister Rose Thering Endowment for Jewish/Christian Studies Chair, Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Luna Kaufman (Luna's Life), and Publisher Rob Huberman and wife Laura at the "Evening of Roses Benefit" at Seton Hall University in East Orange, NJ honoring Bell for his relationship with Israel and the Jewish world. Bell's Stravarious violin was owned by Huberman's great-grandfather's cousin and classical violinist Bronislaw Huberman. (April 2010)


  • 2010 "Living Now" Book Awards

    Holocaust survivor and ComteQ Publishing author Luna Kaufman (Luna's Life) receives the 2010 Living Now Awards Bronze Medal in New York City from Awards Director Jim Barnes. It was the 3rd award her book has received. (April 2010)


  • Studio Recording for AC Book DVD Promo
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    (L-R) Announcer Jerry Hyman, Audio Engineer John Mulhern and Publisher Rob Huberman in the studio for the voice-over recording of the DVD promo for the award-winning  A Dream, A Journey, A Community: A Nostalgic Look at Jewish Businesses In and Around Atlantic City. (Feb 2010)


  • JFS Holocaust Survivors Author Event
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    (L-R) JFS Holocaust Survivors Group Coordinator Sharon Linker, JFS Executive Director Andrea Steinberg, ComteQ author Bethanie Gorny (Fridays with Eva), JFS Director of Older Adult Services B.J. Pinnock and Publisher Rob Huberman. (November 2009)


  • Stockton College Presents Holocaust Play
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Paul Winkler
    Revival of the play based on the ComteQ Holocaust memoir Of a Comb and a Prayer Book performed at Richard Stockton College. The play brings to life the personal memoir of Elizabeth Blum Goldstein, a survivor of Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, and four other concentration camps.(l-r) Play Director Pam Hendrick, Of a Comb author Shana Fogarty, NJ Commission on Holocaust Education Executive Director Dr. Paul Winkler, Sam & Sara Shoffer Holocaust Resource Center Executive Director Gail Rosenthal and Publisher Rob Huberman.(November 2009)


  • Holocaust Public Policy Lecture Series
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Stuart Rabner
    (L-R) Holocaust survivor and featured guest Eta Levin-Hecht, Event moderator and 2nd Generation New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner, Holocaust survivors and ComteQ authors Rosalee Simon (Girl in a Striped Dress) and Betty Grebenchikoff (Once My Name Was Sara), and ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at the Richard Stockton College of NJ Holocaust Public Policy Lecture Series. (October 2009)


  • ComteQ's 1st and Most Successful Authors

    Publisher Rob Huberman with ComteQ Publishing's most successful (10,000 copies in print) author/survivor Fred Spiegel (Once the Acacias Bloomed) and first author, Professor Leo Lieberman (Memories of Laughter & Garlic: Jewish Wit, Wisdom & Humor) (Three Couches: No Waiting). (October 2009)


  • Museum of Jewish Heritage, NYC Book Launch
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Publisher Rob Huberman with Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Luna Kaufman (Luna's Life) and Dr. Susanna Kokkonen, director of the Christian Friends of Yad Vashem, at a booksigning event at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City. (June 2009)


  • Museum of Jewish Heritage, NYC Book Launch

    Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Luna Kaufman (Luna's Life) and Dr. Susanna Kokkonen, director of the Christian Friends of Yad Vashem during "parlor conversation" at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City. Note Statue of Liberty in background. (June 2009)


  • Atlantic City Jewish Business Book Gala

    Editor Leo Schoffer presents Atlantic City Historian and book contributor Alan "Boo" Pergament with a collector's edition leather boxed copy of A Dream, A Journey, A Community: A Nostalgic Look at Jewish Businesses in and Around Atlantic City at a book launch gala at the Linwood Country Club. (June 2009)


  • Seton Hall University Book Event
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Paul Winkler & Ed Mossberg
    New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education Executive Director Dr. Paul Winkler, ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman and Holocaust survivor Ed Mossberg at the booksigning event at Seton Hall University for Luna's Life. Mosberg was one of seven Holocaust survivors to personally meet with Pope Bendict XVI in Jerusalem just one week earlier. (May 2009)


  • Seton Hall Book Event for Luna's Life

    Holocaust survivor, ComteQ Publishing author and religious tolerence advocate Luna Kaufman (Luna's Life) at a book signing event at Seton Hall University. (May 2009)


  • Renowned Historian & Holocaust Professor
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Yehuda Bauer
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with renowned historian and Holocaust Studies Professor Yehuda Bauer at the opening of the Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center at the Richard Stockton of New Jersey. (May 2009)


  • Stockton Holocaust Resource Center Opening
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Leo Schoffer
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with A Dream, A Journey, A Community editor Leo B. Schoffer at the Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center at the Richard Stockton of New Jersey. (May 2009)


  • NJ Education Association Exhibit
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Betty Grebenchikoff (Once My Name Was Sara), ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman, Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center Professor Maryanne McLoughlin and Center Director Gail Rosenthal with ComteQ Publishing's Holocaust titles at the Richard Stockton College booth at the New Jersey Education Association in Atlantic City. (November 2008)


  • Renowned Holocaust Expert & Author at JCC
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Michael Berenbaum
    Michael Berenbaum, author, Professor of Jewish Studies at the American Jewish University, Los Angeles and Former Director of the Research Institute, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC with ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at a Holocaust event at the Katz JCC in Margate, NJ. Huberman is holding a copy of the ComteQ published Words for All Time: Students' Letters to Holocaust Survivors, to which Berenbaum was a contributor. (Nov. 2008)


  • NJ Governor Jon Corzine Attends Book Event

    ComteQ Publisher Rob and wife Laura with New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine at Drumthwacket, the governor's mansion in Trenton, NJ for a book launch event of ComteQ's of Words for All Time: Students' Letters to Holocaust Survivors. (Oct. 2008)


  • Book Debuts at NJ Governor's Mansion
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Paul Winkler
    New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education Executive Director Dr. Paul Winkler with ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at the governor's mansion in Trenton, NJ for a book launch event of ComteQ's of Words for All Time: Students' Letters to Holocaust Survivors. (Oct. 2008)


  • Survivors Book Event Katz JCC in Margate
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    (L-R) Gail Kamis, ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman, Ellen Wetzel; Jack and Bethany Gorney and Richard Stockton College Holocaust Resource Center Exectitve Director Gail Rosenthal at a book launch event at the Katz JCC in Margate, Nj for ComteQ's Portraits of Resillience: Holocaust Survivors of South Jersey. (Oct. 2008)


  • Most Successful ComteQ Author
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Publisher Rob Huberman with ComteQ Publishing's most successful (10,000 copies in print) author/survivor Fred Spiegel (Once the Acacias Bloomed) at a Holocaust event at the Katz JCC in Margate, NJ. (Oct. 2008)


  • Teacher's Holocaust Workshop at Stockton
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Teacher's Holocaust workshop held at the Richard Stockton College if New Jersey. (L-R)  NJ resident survivors Esther Berkowitz (Through Siberia with Bed & Babies); Gloria Weitzenhoff (This I Remember); Phillip Goldfarb; Vera Goodkin (In Sunshine and In Shadow); Fred Spiegel (Once the Acacias Bloomed); Fanny Lesser (Lives Entwined); ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman; Betty Grebenchikoff (Once my Name Was Sara). (Oct. 2007)


  • Atlantic City Art Center Book Launch
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Herman Saatkamp
    (L-R) ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman, Editor Maryann McLoughlin; Richard Stockton College Dean of General Studies Jan Colijn; HRC Executive Director Gail Rosenthal, Stockton Photography Professor Wendel White and Richard Stockton College of New Jersey President Herman J. Saatkamp Jr. attend the book launch event at the Atlantic City Art Center for Holocaust Survivors of South Jersey: Portraits of Resilience. (Apr. 2007)


  • Book Reading at Philadelphia School

    ComteQ Publishing author Stacy Schwartz (rear right) at a book reading for The New Bear on the Block at the Rhoads Elementary School in Philadelphia, sponsored by the Drexel University/School District of Philadelphia Partnership. (Oct. 2006) "Winner: Children's Picture Book" 2006 Best Books Awards


  • Book Signing at Stockton President's Home
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Herman Saatkamp
    Richard Stockton College President Herman J. Saatkamp Jr.(R) hosts a book signing event at his home for Ruins Wheel: A Father on War, A Son on Genocide by ComteQ Publishing author and Stockton Dean of General Studies G. Jan Colijn (in white), along with ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman and Jan's childhood friend and book benefactor Jack H. Koopman. (May 2006)


  • Play Adapted from Holocaust Memoir

    ComteQ Publishing author/survivor Anne Fox (Between the Lines) and the cast of "My Heart in a Suitcase" adapted from her book of the same name. (Jun. 2006)


  • Holocaust Education Teacher Workshop

    ComteQ Publishing author, poet and Holocaust survivor Evelyn Ripp (The Abandoned: A Life Apart from Life) signing books at New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education teacher workshop at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill, NJ. (Dec. 2005)


  • Survivor Authors At NJCHE Educator Workshop
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Paul Winkler
    Rob Huberman with ComteQ Publishing authors Shana Fogerty, Anne Fox, Fred Spiegel, Shana's grandmother and survivor of six concentration camps Elizabeth Goldstein; Stacy Schwartz, Arlette Michaelis, Betty Grebenchikoff, Vera Goodkin, Evelyn Ripp, and NJCHE Executive Director Dr. Paul Winkler at a teacher's Holocaust education workshop at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill, NJ. (Dec. 2005)


  • NJ Commission on Holocaust Education
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Paul Winkler
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education Executive Director Dr. Paul Winkler and staff at the comission's booth at the New Jersey Educational Association convention in Atlantic City. (Nov. 2005)


  • NJ Education Association Convention
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Publisher Rob Huberman with ComteQ Publishing author and Dutch-born Holocaust rescuer Arlette Michaelis (Beyond the Ouija Board) at "Author's Alley" at the New Jersey Educational Association convention in Atlantic City. (Nov. 2005)


  • Survivor School Presentation

    Holocaust survivor and ComteQ Publishing author Fred Spiegel (Once the Acacias Bloomed) presents his story to 4th graders at the William H. Ross School in Margate, NJ (May 2004)


  • Anne Frank Friend Reunites with ComteQ Author
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Hanna Pick Gosler
    Anne Frank's childhood friend and Holocaust survivor Hanna Pick-Gosler and ComteQ Publishing author/survivor Fred Spiegel (Once the Acacias Bloomed), who first met each other in the Westerbork, Germany concentration camp orphanage in 1944, reunite at a Holocaust event at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. (Feb 2004)


  • Atlantic City Steel Pier Book Signing

    Famed Atlamtic City promoter and ComteQ Publishing author George A. Hamid, Jr. signing The Acrobat: A Showman's Topsy-turvy World from Buffalo Bill to the Beatles on his formerly-owned tourist attraction, the "Steel Pier" in Atlantic City. (May 2004)


  • George Hamid Radio Interview

    Atlantic City radio talk show host Harry Hurley with former Steel Pier owner and ComteQ author George Hamid, Jr. ( The Acrobat: A Showman's Topsy-turvy World from Buffalo Bill to the Beatles) after an interview on "Hurley in the Morning." (May 2004)


  • Anne Frank Childhood Friend

    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Anne Frank's childhood friend and Holocaust survivor Hanna Pick-Gosler and her granddaughter at the Jerusalem Restaurant in Ventnor, NJ (Feb. 2003)


  • 2002 Independent Publisher Award
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman in Los Angeles receiving the 2002 Independent Publishers Book Awards "Finalist -- General Fiction" (The Days of the Bitter End) from IPBA President Jim Barnes. (May 2002)


  • Sid Ascher Book Signing

    Laura and Joshua Huberman with newspaper columnist, marketing legend, and ComteQ Publishing author Sid Ascher (Sid Ascher's World of Trivia and More) at a book signing event in Margate, NJ. (Apr. 2001)


  • Boys & Girls Club Book Event

    Newspaper columnist, marketing legend, and ComteQ Publishing author Sid Ascher at his book signing event for Sid Ascher's World of Trivia and More at the Boy's & Girl's Club of Atlantic City (Apr. 2001)


  • Beth El Synagogue Book Fair
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at the Beth El Synagogue Book Fair in Margate, NJ with ComteQ Publishing authors Leo Lieberman (Memories of Laughter & Garlic: Jewish Wit, Wisdom & Humor) and Sid Ascher (Sid Ascher's World of Trivia and More). (Oct. 2001)


  • Book Launch at Harrah's in Atlantic City
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    Publishing Agent xxx, ComteQ author and Holocaust survivor Jack Engelhard (Indecent Proposal; Escape from Mount Moriah) and ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman at the book launch event for Engelhard's novel The Days of the Bitter End at Harrah's Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. (August 2001).


  • Excellence in Independent Publishing Award
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman in Baltimore, MD with Holocaust survivor and ComteQ author Jack Engelhard (L) receiving the MidAtlantic Publisher's Association "2001 Excellence in Independent Publishing Award" for Escape from Mount Moriah: Memoirs of a Refugee Child's Triumph (Jun. 2001)


  • Harry Hurley Radio Interview
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Sid Ascher & Harry Hurley
    On promotional tour with legendary promoter and ComteQ Publishing author Sid Ascher (Sid Ascher's World of Trivia and More) on WFPG Talk Radio's "Harry Hurley in the Morning." (Apr. 2001)


  • "Pinky's Corner" TV Interview
    Rob Huberman
    ComteQ author and award winning newspaper columnist Leo Lieberman (Memories of Laughter & Garlic: Jewish Wit, Wisdom & Humor) book tour with Atlantic City radio and television talk show host "Pinky" Kravitz. (Sept. 2001)


  • ComteQ's 1st Book Launch
    Rob Huberman
    ComteQ author and Holocaust studies Professor Leo Lieberman at the book launch event at the Katz JCC in Margate for Memories of Laughter and Garlic: Jewish Wit, Wisdom & Humor. (Sept. 2001)


  • "A Taste of Philadelphia" Event
    ComteQ Publisher Rob Huberman with Ethel Hoffman
    Jewish Times of the Jersey Shore Managing Editor Rob Huberman and wife Laura with Jewish cookbook best-selling author Ethel Hoffman at Tiramisu Restaurant in Philadelphia, Pa. (May 2000)


  • American Jewish Press Awards
    Rob Huberman
    Jewish Times of the Jersey Shore Managing Editor Rob Huberman, JTA award-winning columnist Leo Lieberman and Publisher Shy Kramer at JTA annual awrads presentation in Washington, DC. (June 1997)


 
 

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