August 2014 Issue
As the world of medicine continues to evolve, so too does the relationship that patients have with their physician. Today’s doctors are better equipped than ever before to cure what ails us
Hope. Despair. Uncertainty. Those are words often used to describe Camden. As a homegrown mayor and other officials look to restore the city to glory, will a dedicated approach to education, medicine and development produce significant results or just...
The usage of drones could become a global game-changer and South Jersey is at the forefront of the ground-breaking research.
Once regarded as a city trend, the food truck movement has gained momentum in South Jersey.
What it’s like to be the female breadwinner in the family – and what it’s like to be married to her.
Local author recalls his father’s ties to local criminal underworld.
Shooting the breeze with Channel 6 meteorologist Chris Sowers
Fresh off her Project Runway win, area fashion phenom Dom Streater has designs on a new goal: becoming a household name.
Local organization helps children nationwide find their voice.
The crew behind the online docu-series Into the Smoke
Helpful tips for seniors and their families on changes that come with aging.
“A Lot to Offer” As business booms and residents see sustained improvements, Cherry Hill continues to evolve.
Think lots of light stone, white linens and rich woods, with a jaw-dropping, arched wooden ceiling. With the light bursting into dozens of glass doors, there’s a delicate beauty to it, rustic and timeless but still elegant enough for a high-end dinner...
A few small steps off Haddonfield’s Kings Highway sits MiaMare, an unassuming storefront that I would have never known about had I not been directed toward it, touting South Jersey’s next
I have often said that it’s the events that occur in your life between the ages of 15 and 25 that influence you the rest of your life more than any other time period. How much do you remember between the ages of 37 and 41? Not much, eh?
One of my favorite sights at the Jersey Shore this summer is the back of our 8-year-old son’s T-shirt and helmet as he rides his bike ahead of me in the “bike only” lane along many streets in Brigantine.
This month's Scene photos.
When I was a kid, I hated going to the doctor’s office. Thankfully, I never had any major health issues, but even the routine checkup proved draining. I think it was mostly the wait. I hate waiting, always have.
For one South Jersey woman, the land of make believe just got a whole lot more interesting.
With fall just around the corner, it’s almost time to update your cold-weather wardrobe. This season, we’re seeing two major trends emerge
Looking for a more savory roll to complement your plate of sushi? Check out these morsels
Coming off a Winter Olympic year, the sport of curling is growing throughout the U.S., and South Jersey is no exception.