April 2014 Issue
More than three decades ago, Ryne Sandberg was a prospect in the Phillies minor league system. Then he went on to have a storied career in another city. Now, in his first full season as a major league manager, he’s back where it all began, eager to...
They say time flies when you’re having fun, and so 10 years and 120 issues later, we find ourselves here. This month marks our 10th anniversary, and so we are celebrating a decade as the definitive lifestyle resource for South Jersey.
These eight star high school athletes are poised for big seasons and even brighter futures.
Frank Healy never forgets a face. Or his anniversary. Or, really anything for that matter.
No matter what Jersey Shore town you’re partial to, there’s no shortage of unique and challenging golf courses nearby. But before you book your tee time
Voorhees teen doesn’t let rare disability keep her from hitting the high notes.
Local organization gives abused children comfort, guidance and hope for the future
As banks continue to evolve technologically, they’ve found a renewed focus on customer service.
Marlton’s Alicia DiMichele heads up her business and her family—as well as the buzz surrounding one of VH1’s most popular reality series.
If you were to catch me sitting in my home office in front of our computer, you’d undoubtedly find a very confused woman.
I love April Fool’s Day and I know what you’re thinking. Of course I do. I’m a comic.
Like many South Jersey towns, Washington Township offers a mix of rural and suburban life. Though its main corridor along Route 42 is bustling with business, at its outskirts lay large tracts of farmland that remind residents of the way things used...
I’ve probably passed Café BellaVita a dozen times without really stopping to look. It’s a fairly unassuming little BYOB on Merchantville’s Centre Street
Magnolia’s new Royal Cracovia has been on the radar for some time. When word got out that local developer Stanislaw “Stan” Stachowski was investing $3.5 million into an all-new restaurant that would specialize in eastern European cuisine
Voorhees native Julia Udine takes on the role of a lifetime in the traveling production of The Phantom of the Opera.
April is Autism Awareness Month, a time to acknowledge a disorder that affects around one in 49 people in our state. However, those affected know that autism doesn’t take a day off.
This month's Scene photos.
News and notes from down the Shore
It’s finally time to get out and enjoy the fresh air.
I was working for a newspaper, only a handful of years removed from college, when I first saw South Jersey Magazine sitting on a desk in the newsroom.
This month, we’re flipping for artichokes, especially now that they’re finally in season once again. But instead of the standard spinach-and-artichoke appetizer, why not try some new alternatives with our favorite flowering veggie?