I was absolutely thrilled when I saw Jonathan Papelbon on your cover [“The Closer,” Volume 9, Issue 1] of the April issue. As a baseball fan, I have always admired his game. As a Phillies fan, I’m glad he’s on our team now. I can only hope his competitive nature will rub off on the rest of the roster after their sluggish start.
—Marcus Knight, West Deptford
Your story “Young and the Reckless” [Volume 9, Issue 1] is the second article I’ve read in a month where the author says that underage drinkers are revealing their exploits on Facebook. Most kids these days have a private facebook profile … fascinating article about a big problem.
—John D. Smiley, via Facebook
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
I always enjoy reading South Jersey Magazine. Good reviews on great places to eat!!!
— Rick Schleigh, via Facebook
I am writing in response to Brian Freedman’s review of Steak 38 Café [Volume 8, Issue 9]. We have taken your criticism to heart; you were 100 percent right on a few points. We now cook our seafood combination in stages as opposed to putting everything in the oven at the same time, we now cook fresh vegetables every day and our wine by the glass list has been updated with six upscale wines that are in the top 100 in the world. I want to thank you for your article, as we’ve made some positive changes that we felt were necessary to get the kinks ironed out.
—Joseph DiAmore, co-owner, Steak 38 Café in Cherry Hill
As a self-employed attorney and father of four children who both lives and works in South Jersey, I have found South Jersey Magazine to be the most relevant and informative publication I receive. The quality of the writing and the timeliness of the issues have made it an interesting read each month.
—Howard S. Mendelson, Esq.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 2 (May, 2012).
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