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Local Organization Seeks Foster Parents for LGBTQ Youth

The number of LGBTQ youth who are homeless or seeking shelter is staggering: according to recent studies by UCLA, nearly 40% of homeless youth identify […]

City Life

PHOTOS: Dîner en Blanc a la South Jersey

Collingswood, land of the best Farmers Market, award-winning restaurants and chefs, the infamous Michael Landon controversy of 2012, Cruise Nights, the Mayfair, numerous eminent domain […]

Foobooz

Benny’s Burger Joint Celebrating Its Grand Opening This Weekend

This weekend the former Woolworth’s in Collingswood that housed Blackbird Dining Establishment has given way to Benny’s Burger Joint. Alex Capasso is still the owner but has […]

Foobooz

Blackbird Is Moving to Philadelphia, New Concept for Collingswood

In an email today, chef Alex Capasso told his customers that he is moving Blackbird Dining Establishment from Collingswood to Philadelphia. Capasso says “Collingswood has […]

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Property

Five Houses for Sale in Lovely, Close-by Collingswood, New Jersey

Collingswood is a small town a short PATCO ride from Center City, Philadelphia. It’s named after the Collings family, which owned a large farm in […]

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Property

Manayunk to Get a New Co-Working Space, Plus the Wild West in Wash West

• CBS 3 gets podcasty to talk about the new two-day First Friday in Old City [CBS3] • A Piece Of Wild West History In […]

City Life

Collingswood Grocery Store Controversy: What’s Happening With National Market?

Collingswood’s current controversy is the National Market, a space that is not really functioning as a market these days. For years now, all I’ve known […]

City Life

How a Reality TV Show Could Change Collingswood

Some people might call New Jersey Assemblyman Ronald Dancer’s proposed “Snookiville Law” too little too late, but I think of another adage: Dancer does not […]

Foobooz

Fourth of July, Philly Style: The Hot Dog Cheesesteak Hoagie

  We were there when Dan Levy, Lead National Writer at BleacherReport.com and hot dog enthusiast created the hot dog cheesesteak hoagie. Today he shares the story […]

City Life

Collingswood’s Bad News Travels Fast and Far

I always thought “no news is good news” meant that, for instance, if your loved one is traveling and he doesn’t call, it’s good news, […]

City Life

Eighth-Grade Career Day Made Me Sweat

I’ll admit it. I arrived pretty unprepared for career day at my son’s middle school. I have taught for so long and spoken at so […]

City Life

Let’s All Pretend Camden Doesn’t Exist

As I’m sure you’ve heard, Rutgers-Camden may soon get usurped by Rowan University, and the faculty and other employees are up in arms. This defense […]

City Life

Rigging the Vote in Collingswood

I’ve always had a bit of a problem when, instead of being picked by some God-like judge, or impartial committee, winners of “best-of” lists or […]

Foobooz

Philadelphia’s Hottest Restaurant Neighborhoods

The January Philadelphia magazine is on sale now and features the area’s hottest neighborhoods and towns for restaurants. Welcome to the Neighborhoods [Philadelphia magazine] Best […]

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Zeppoli Makes It Look Easy

The dishes at Zeppoli may appear simple, but Trey Popp finds that chef/owner Joey Baldino manages to make every dish transcendent. Those silken tangles of […]