June 2016 Issue
With each arriving summer our love affair with the Shore only grows stronger.
Best known for his iconic role as“The Fonz,” Henry Winkler has quietly evolved into a bestselling author who has inspired millions of young readers across the globe.
Smile! South Jersey boasts some of the country’s finest dental health professionals
“Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?”
A look at how some locals have used social media to gain celebrity status
In what has become an annual rite of passage, iconic artist Peter Max will return to Stone Harbor’s Ocean Galleries over the July Fourth weekend to show- case his latest works alongside some of his most recognizable pieces. Even at 78 years old, Max...
Faced with one of the highest foreclosure rates in the country, South Jersey towns are figuring out how to deal with vacant homes one ordinance at a time.
As the mercury rises and summertime kicks into full gear, plenty of us long for time spent outside our homes and offices in search of the perfect respite.
After her mother was killed in the Sandy Hook tragedy, one local woman is honoring her legacy with a nonprofit aimed at finding mental health support for children in need.
The latest advances in orthopedic and sports medicine are helping patients recover quicker with better results.
It’s June. Baseball’s in full swing. School’s out. Summer’s here. Jersey Shore time. Barbecues. Graduation parties. Time to stick the old thumb out and go hitchhiking.
When ITA101 opened its doors on Medford’s Main Street, many were curious.
With the warm weather (finally) upon us and the Summer Olympics just around the corner, I have found myself more drawn to the festive fun of South American life.
It’s time to celebrate the special men in our lives, so in honor of Father’s Day, we’ve culled the best South Jersey has to offer dads—with quality and fashion in mind. So go ahead, give them what they want!
The June issues Scene photos
No parent wants to receive the news their child suffers from a severe disability, but in the case of one Mount Laurel family, they turned it into a positive to help others.