March 2014 Issue
There’s much more to Demi Lovato than being a pop star, and thankfully she’s willing to share her story.
Rookie Sixers coach Brett Brown knows that he is responsible for building a new future for the franchise, and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Mount Laurel man led fellow Marines on a series of dangerous encounters in Afghanistan. Now, with a new memoir, he’s making sure their sacrifice is never forgotten.
Alleged charity fraud. Hundreds of thousands of dollars stolen. A pain killer addiction. How did famed former local sportscaster Don Tollefson fall so hard, so fast?
South Jersey Magazine’s annual golf roundup.
Advanced technology allows great options with non-surgical cosmetic procedures.
This crazy winter left many outdoor living spaces needing some TLC.
Why have I found it so hard to buy a new car? Not even brand new, just new to me. I am an admitted tire kicker. I am constantly searching the Web and comparing prices, colors and options for a seven passenger crossover
Potholes. Potholes! It’s enough to drive you mad! And speaking of “mad,” we are gearing up for March Madness, so I thought I would start a yearly tradition and use this tourney time of the year as a means to get some not-so-pleasant matters off my c...
Voorhees used to be what Mayor Michael R. Mignogna calls “a township of developments.” Unlike many of the other towns in South Jersey, it did not boast a bustling downtown section where residents and visitors could go to eat, shop and play.
A Dining Review Rexy’s: It’s one of those South Jersey spots that everyone seems to know.
A Dining Review My first trip to Osteria Moorestown was just two days after it first opened its doors. With the smell of paint still in the air,
Top Chef Season 11 winner and Collingswood local Nicholas Elmi talks kitchen competition, life off-camera and why he loves to call South Jersey home.
In South Jersey, pet lovers stop at nothing to give their furry friends the best.
Sewell’s George Hobbins was named the new head coach of Gloucester County College’s men’s soccer team.
The summer may be the most common season associated with seafood, but did you know that mussels reach their peak in the middle of the winter?
This month's Scene photos.
I've had enough. I’m not the biggest winter weather fan to begin with, but this past season has me throwing up my frozen hands in defeat. You win Old Man Winter.
With the winter finally behind us, we are embracing spring and everything that comes with it. That means a new, fresh wardrobe to welcome this new, fresh season.
Online gambling has shown sustained growth in its early stages, but is it keeping people away from already-struggling casino floors?
Footage from police cameras not only protects citizens, but officers as well. That’s why one local politician wants every force in the state using them.