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June 2014 Issue
2014 Best of the Shore
Put on your swimsuit, grab a beach blanket and plenty of sunscreen as we take you on a town-by-town journey of what makes our summer playground such a special place.
2014 Top Dentists: All Smiles
There’s a reason why the dentists in these photographs are grinning so wide; it’s because they are part of our 2014 crop of Top Dentists in South Jersey. On this list of readers’ choices, you’ll find 127 qualified dentists from across the region who...
In the Name of Redevelopment
Confusion and mixed emotions on a touchy municipal subject lead residents to wonder how safe their property is.
A New Lease on Life
Volunteers of America Delaware Valley helps our communities’ most vulnerable.
Keeping the Beat
Jerry Blavat has been a fixture from South Philly to Sea Isle for more than five decades and, despite turning 74 this summer, the iconic entertainer is still finding his groove.
Coming Attractions
A look at the potential blockbusters (and flops) that will be hot tickets at the box office this summer.
Battling Boomeritis
Older adults are staying active longer—and so are their docs.
Around the House
Home improvement time? What you should know before you start shelling out big bucks.
The Farm and Fisherman Tavern & Market
Chef Josh Lawler and his wife Colleen have made some serious waves in the local culinary scene. The couple opened up their Philadelphia BYOB, The Farm and Fisherman, in 2011 and the spot was quickly lauded as one of the best eateries in a demanding...
Palate Review: The Red Hen
Enter: The Red Hen, a home-style eatery designed with a broader audience in mind. Just a little more than a year after stepping foot into Tavro 13, I find myself back in Terence Feury’s same Swedesboro dining room. But there’s no déjà vu here.
Summer Retreats
Black Cow.
Yes, you might see one standing in a farmer’s field, but when I put those two words together and add “in a large to-go cup,” I am talking about the combination of root beer and vanilla ice cream, one of my favorite treats of summe...
Big Words: Getting to Know Dad Better
Mother’s Day is the single most important holiday we have. I wish it were treated as huge as Christmas and you had to shop for all the mothers in your family besides just your own.
The Heat is On
Local culinarian Nicole Gaffney brings her coastal cuisine to the Food Network in their hot summer competition that produces big stars.
In the Neighborhood: Marlton
Following a Vision: Marlton holds onto its past while embracing the future.
Side Dish
This Szechuan-style restaurant knows how to pack a punch, with loads of hot peppers and chili oils on the menu. But it’s their surprisingly mild shrimp that leaves a great taste in our mouth. The entrée is also offered with scallops, both of which get...
Southern Exposure
Their names are Button and Genny, and they each weigh more than a ton. They stay cool under thousands of gallons of water, and every now and then they’ll peep above the surface to greet their guests.
This month's Scene photos.
Shore Glad to See You
Memorial Day may be the unofficial start of summer, but we like to think the season doesn’t really kick off until you are holding our annual Best of the Shore issue in hand, toes dusted in sand and your beverage of choice at the ready.
Good Buy: The Family Man
No two dads are ever alike. From the outdoorsy type to the tech fan, your father’s hobbies and interests are what make him so unique. And with Father’s Day right around the corner, what better way to show your dad just what makes him so special? Here...
Risky Business
Off camera with FOX Business’ Deidre Bolton