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May 2014 Issue
Top Shelf
The Best Bars in South Jersey and the 20 cocktails you must order when you get there.
Our Annual Top Towns
The more things change, the more they stay the same. At least that appears to be the case when it comes to our annual ranking of the Top Towns in South Jersey.
Best Physicians For Women
For any woman, the relationship she has with her doctor is both personal and professional. After all, these physicians are the ones that not only help with small ailments, but they also become confidants trusted to guide patients through some potentially...
Living the Dream
When Devin Smeltzer was diagnosed with cancer at 9 years old, he just wanted to play baseball again. Now, he’s cancer free, on the verge of going pro, and making sure other kids in similar situations know he’s by their side.
Becoming Mainstream
Though once considered taboo, alternative medicine practices have become widely accepted.
Quality of Life
Trends in senior living give new options for growing old.
A Night at the Movies
Leather recliners and unique menu options enhance the theater experience in South Jersey.
Palate Review: Crux Café
Stumbling on a new restaurant is always an adventure. In the past year, new spaces have seemed to pop up across South Jersey, like the Crux Café
Palate Review: L’Oceano
L’Oceano is located at the end of Haddon Avenue’s restaurant district. Formerly known as Joe Pesce, original chef-owner Joe Tucker moved his concept to the Jersey Shore for good last summer, leaving the space in the hands of associate Chris Grasso.
Vocal Leader
When we first met Christina Grimmie in 2011, she was a teen YouTube singing sensation who seemed destined for celebrity. Thanks to her success on The Voice, she’s on the verge of becoming one of music’s brightest stars
Ready for My Close-up
I’m not a news reporter (anymore), but I will play one on TV. After a few auditions for television news reporter roles in different shows for the fall season, I managed to land two parts.
Big Words: An Unforgettable Woman
My mother died four years ago and her spirit will never leave me. Why? Because I am my mother.
Television writer and producer Bill Lawrence has got his hands full, but still finds time to take in a Phillies game or two.
Side Dish
It’s time to dive back into the sea and celebrate the summer. What better way to do that than with one of our favorite crustaceans, the lobster? This buttery meat can be prepared dozens of different ways, and we have no problem tasting them all for...
Good Buy: Mom’s the word
With Mother’s Day rapidly approaching, now is your time to say thank you for years of mending scrapes and bruises, invaluable advice, and for just being mom.
Southern Exposure
The Historic Riverton Century is a reincarnation of an 1895 Tri State Relay Race that began at The New York Times building and finished in Riverton.
This month's Scene photos.
The Drinks Are On Us
Because I used to be a food editor, people often ask me for restaurant recommendations, and I can usually give you a good choice no matter if you’re looking for Italian or Indian, in Marlton or Malibu. And it’s not just about suggesting a place that...
Beach Buzz
News and notes from down the Shore