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November 2010 Issue
Taylor Takeover
She started out competing in Stone Harbor karaoke contests, but these days Taylor Swift is one of the biggest acts in music and a pop culture icon. We asked the superstar about her local roots, her experience growing up in the public eye, her brand...
Awesome Attorneys 2010
What do you call 150 lawyers all in one place? We call it South Jersey’s 2010 Awesome Attorneys list. They’ve been there for you through marriage, divorce and re-marriage, through businesses being created and dissolved, when you’ve been injured or wronged...
Best Of Home And Garden 2010
You’ve set your Thanksgiving table—remembering to keep nosy Aunt Rita as far as possible from your kids—and maybe even started decking the halls. But now’s the time to think big picture, and lay the groundwork for upcoming home and garden overhauls....
Sex Ed
Teacher-student relations have long made headlines, yet the number of cases in South Jersey seems only to increase. Are we doing enough to keep our children safe?
The Music Man
When it comes to the record industry, Cherry Hill’s Steve “Mr. Mig” Migliore just might be the biggest name you’ve never heard.
A Tale of Two Towns
Merchantville residents have banded together to push for a merger with Cherry Hill. Could consolidation spark a statewide phenomenon?
Food Faceoff
Two finalists have outcooked the competition. Now they go head to head for the title of South Jersey’s Top Chef.
Coming Soon
Like turkey on Thanksgiving or family infighting at Christmas, the holiday movie season is a time-honored American tradition. So KYW film critic and Cherry Hill native Bill Wine previews the films sure to be on your wish list this holiday season.
Raising the Steaks; El Sitio
It’s a well-known fact that we Americans like our beef, but want to hear a real secret? So do Argentinians, Ecuadorians, Paraguayans and Uruguayans. Some of the best beef in the world doesn’t come from the Midwest’s amber waves of grain or Kobe, Japan’s...
A Full Plate: Botto’s Italian Line Restaurant
For all the baroque and obscure flights of epicurean fancy available right now, I still get a chill at the prospect of a great slice of garlic bread. Maybe it’s a Proust thing, the perfume of the garlic and crisping fat, the warm aroma of those slices...
A Relaxing Stay: GG’s Restaurant
At GG’s in Mount Laurel, the glass doors are heavy and the carpets are thick. In the front of the restaurant, situated off the lobby of the DoubleTree hotel, a crooner strokes a baby grand, singing for the middle managers ringing three sides of the...
Cravings: Perfect Pizza
Some people are convinced you can’t get decent pizza outside New York City. Others say you haven’t really eaten pizza until you’ve been to Italy. But here in South Jersey, we’ve found plenty of delectable pies. One could make a case for Tacconelli’s...
Hart and Soul
Lauren Hart grew up around the Flyers. Now she is part of their culture.
Thanks a Million
I once heard comedian Demetri Martin say that he didn't like filling out "thank you" cards because he never knew what to write on them. When the outside pretty much covers everything, what else is there to say? "See front?" he deadpanned.
Picking Up the Pieces
After his daughter took her own life following a painful secret abortion, Cherry Hill’s George Zallie spun his grief into a foundation, extending hope to other women in need.