Eat My Words: Lose an hour, gain a doughnut
This Sunday, after feeling goggy because your iPhone clock went directly from 1 a.m. to 3 a.m. for Daylight Saving Time, you can sugar up and shake off the sleep with a free Krispy Kreme.
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Holman donates $25,000 to Perkins Center for the Arts
Holman Automotive Group has donated $25,000 to Perkins Center for the Arts. The grant will be used for arts education programs, facility improvements, art supplies, utility expenses and operational costs at the center's sites in Moorestown and Collingswood.
Led Zeppelin tribute band is the real deal
More than 30 years after Led Zeppelin disbanded in the wake of drummer John Bonham's sudden death, fans of the iconic rock group still savor its thunderous volume, sledgehammer beat and unique, edge-of-mayhem musical arrangements.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
1 dead in shooting in Audubon boarding house
A shooting in a South Jersey boarding house last night left one man dead and another at large.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Lord Camden portrait to be repaired
Over time, his seven-foot-tall portrait, in a stairwell of the Camden County Historical Society, has aged badly, like the painting in Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Collingswood Schools to See Boost of Almost $80K in State Aid
The Collingswood School District will receive an increase of almost $80,000 in state aid, translating to a total of $10,390,692 in state aid for the 2014-15 school year, according to numbers released by the New Jersey Department of Education on Thursday.
Collingswood's Fridays Live series features fun, lively band
Simply put, some bands sound like they know how to have a good time and are actively invested in sharing that attitude and excitement with the audience.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Philadelphia Flower Show's theme 'ARTiculture,' blends art, horticulture
Teamed up with Grounds for Sculpture , Michael Bruce thought about the landscape of the sculpture garden in Hamilton and decided he wanted to bring that surreal beauty to the exhibit floor of this year's Philadelphia Flower Show.
2 in area get N.J. arts grants
A poet and a composer from the region have each won state arts grants of $8,400.
Gut Reactions: The Pop Shop
Living in such close proximity to Philadelphia, it's easy to forget some of the culinary gems hidden right under our noses in South Jersey, especially given our propensity to put up strip malls and chain restaurants with regularity here in the suburbs.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
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PERFORMANCE/TOUR: Bassist Steve Beskrone in Collingswood, NJ on Thurs. March 6th
The Jazz Bridge First Thursdays Neighborhood Concerts Series at the Collingswood Community Center, 30 East Collings Avenue in Collingswood NJ, presents bassist and his Trio on Thursday, March 6th.
COMMENTARY: Charter schools strip residents of their rights
After attending "community meetings" concerning the possibility of two more Renaissance school operators coming to Camden, it is obvious that preserving what constitutionally belongs to the people of Camden, democratic public schools, is quickly becoming a thing of the past.
Whet your appetite
Beginning March 2, guests of American Cut, the steakhouse in Revel Casino Hotel, can choose tuna tartare, Caesar salad or Schaller & Weber bacon for an appetizer; filet mignon, Chicken Under a Brick or Dad's Planked Salmon for an entree; and a Cracker Jack sundae, Candy Bar cake or sorbet as dessert.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Weather Brings Early Start To Pothole Season
All the snow, cold, ice and salt have combined to create an early start to pothole season.
The Jersey Journal
Political Insider: Mayor Fulop's on-line opinion promotes New Urbanism
If you want to know what Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop could have in mind for the city's future and what threads may weave through his State of The City address on Thursday, you may want to take a glimpse at the Op-Ed piece he wrote for Philly.com that appeared online on Monday.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
You don't have to hold an master's in language studies to know L'Oceano, the name of a bright, fairly new BYOB on the upper end of Collingswood's Haddon Avenue drag, means 'the ocean' in Italian.
Young at art
Youthful faces on stage are a given at Symphony in C's performances. The players that fill its ranks are nearly all current music students or recent graduates, mostly in their 20s.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Don't miss the Collingswood Community Theater's production of 'Spamalot'
The works of Monty Python have decided many of my friendships. I can break bread with Red Sox fans and agree to disagree with people on the opposite side of the political aisle.
Mario's returns; Evesham center bustling
Storefront's first stop this week is Pine Hill. Courier-Post reader Carol Owens tipped us off to the fact that Mario's Cold Cuts & Hoagies has reopened.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
James Beard Foundation Semifinalists Announced - "North ...
The James Beard Foundation today announced its 2014 Restaurant and Chef Awards Semifinalists.