July 2014 Issue
We ate the meals, shopped the stores and pampered ourselves over the past 12 months with one sole purpose in mind—to bring you the absolute Best of the Best in South Jersey. To show you we are serious, we combed through every town in the tri-county...
For nearly two decades, the entertainment world’s biggest names made their way on stage at the Latin Casino in Cherry Hill, making the famed nightclub the place to be for performers and audience members alike. So how exactly did this South Jersey hot...
Since acclaimed chef Jose Garces announced plans to open a restaurant at the Moorestown Mall, South Jersey diners have been eagerly anticipating his arrival. Well, the wait is finally over.
Human trafficking is a major issue in American cities, but South Jersey? Well, it’s more prevalent than you think; which is why authorities are showing a renewed focus and cracking down like never before.
Thanks to state programs, first responders experiencing PTSD no longer have to suffer in silence.
The field of medicine has made enormous leaps and bounds in recent years—and much of it is happening right here.
A cutting-edge medical procedure helps a wounded soldier get back on his feet.
Hiding away in an unassuming strip mall off Egg Harbor Road sits Ocean Asian Cuisine.
One of those new eateries is Firebirds, a growing national chain of steakhouses specializing in wood-fired food.
Some people advocating for a longer school year believe children retain more of what they learn if they have a shorter summer break.
I do a once-a-week music podcast titled “Big Daddy’s Classic Rock Throwdown” and if I say so myself it’s a fun show. Mullica Hill’s guitar-playing comic Spins Nitely is my co-host, and we usually have a third guest sitting in.
Comedian and actress Wanda Sykes shares her passion for making others smile.
A Slice of Americana: In historic Moorestown, community comes first.
Craft breweries have been popping up all along the coast, making our beaches a destination for beer lovers everywhere.
A black bear set up a temporary home in Marlton and Mount Laurel in June, wandering all over the townships for several days. The bear became a popular new ne
Off camera with FOX Business’ Deidre Bolton
This month’s Scene photos.
As editor of this fine magazine, I couldn’t tell you how many times I am asked by someone for a recommendation. They want to know what BYOB they should be reserving a table for