December 2014 Issue
KYW film critic Bill Wine’s picks for holiday films that could make a late Oscar push.
One local filmmaker’s new documentary unveils the truth behind Christmas’ man in charge.
Our local meteorologists give us their predictions for what lies ahead this winter.
Full of Charm: Haddonfield embraces its historic past with an eye toward the future
Sometimes a restaurant will catch your eye on the commute home, sometimes through a friend’s suggestion. Then there’s a place that is almost impossible to avoid amidst a sea of rave reviews all over the Internet from seriously happy diners.
Tucked just off Haddon Avenue in Collingswood’s newly opened Lumberyard, Table 8 is an intimate space with just a few tables, lots of low lights and a partially-open kitchen.
For the first time ever, we choose 42 of South Jersey’s sizzling standouts.
Happy Easter! Just putting it out there. In case you aren’t aware ... it’s coming. Oh and Happy Valentine’s Day too
Despite being one of the Flyers best players at just 25 years old, Jake Voracek keeps a level head.
I have a Twitter and a Facebook account. I not only use both mediums to let my readers and listeners know where I’m performing and whatnot, I enjoy seeking my followers’ help
Whether you're going through a bitter divorce, a difficult real estate transaction or looking to protect your business, finding a sharp attorney you can depend on is paramount.
Nurses that are making a difference all across South Jersey
Large, earthy portobellos get topped with sweet and sharp roasted red pepper, wilted spinach and tangy gorgonzola cheese and drizzled with fig balsamic reduction for a meaty appetizer that is an easy way to kick-start Il Villaggio’s selection of hearty...
Deptford’s Meneko Spigner McBeth was recently named the grand prize winner of Frito-Lay’s “Do Us a Flavor” contest.
A look back at 2014 and a glimpse at the year ahead in South Jersey
Break out your favorite holiday baubles or invest in a few of the above pieces to celebrate this holiday season in style—and with a bit of sparkle.
This month's Scene photos.
Comedian, actor, playwright, social critic and author Lewis Black will bring his stand-up routine to the Borgat
News and notes from down the Shore
For my early years of grade school I attended a Catholic school in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia where my mother taught eighth grade.