HAMMONTON — You binge-watch TV shows, right? Why not do the same thing with theater?
At one moment, Joe Popek was swimming with whales and avoiding the sharks who glided below him.
Joe Schrantz played the role of Ash Ketchum this week, walking around with friends, searching for Pokemon to capture in Mays Landing.
SensaMotion had no trouble entertaining the crowd with original songs during a recent gig as the house band for Sunday reggae nights at Baia Restaurant in Somers Point.
ATLANTIC CITY — A new charity event comes to South Jersey this weekend — and it’s coming by boat.
Nostalgia is a polar kind of thing.
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You don’t need to look far to find the connections between summer living and country music.
Long before the summer of 1975, when Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws” convinced moviegoers not to go near the water, the Jersey Shore had its own bit of shark-attack history, in some ways much stranger than fiction.
Shark Week is back.
Set that blue box down. There's a new boxed mac 'n' cheese in town.
One of the most successful bands in the area, the Hammonton-based alternative rock band The Early November, ran out of steam in 2007. Constant touring had left the members burnt out, and they went on “indefinite hiatus.”
The highlights of the summer concert season in southern New Jersey can be summed up simply — Justin Bieber, country and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers.
R&B fans can get two for the price of one today. Charlie Wilson and Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly will appear in the same show for the first time in Atlantic City history.
I stomped through the dusty Cambodian jungle in a line of 10 or so people, listening to the voice of our guide as he bushwhacked ahead. A mud-coated branch slapped me across the cheek, and I looked down to find little wisps of mud up and down my arms, a distinct trail left by the giant gray …
For most people, Easter has come and gone. But for some Christians in South Jersey, today marks the end of an eventful week.
It’s time to open up the windows, let some fresh air in and take in the warm weather.
What is Jersey Shore cuisine?
With the Bliss Bridal Expo taking place from noon to 4 p.m. April 3 at the Carriage House in Galloway Township, it’s a good time to think about weddings and how to make sure yours is a success. Here is some advice from local experts on making sure your big day is a great day.
The Easter we know today seems to be all about chocolate bunnies, fake grass, jelly beans, sugar-coated neon marshmallow animals and the art of dyeing the perfect egg.
Holiday meals are an excuse to trot out all the familiar, incredible foods we grew up with and absolutely adore, perhaps even more than the family members who gather around the dinner table.
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I remember the day the Bonnie and Clyde "death car" came to my hometown. Bedecked with lurid headlines, the trailer truck that held it sat in the rural Maryland parking lot in front of Leggett's department store for days, and none of my friends could talk of much else. The number of bullet h…
Emily Gulden believes in preparing herself to achieve her goals.
Ancient Rome is important, Mary Beard tells us at the start of "SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome," her smart and exuberant survey of the first millennium of Roman history. "Rome still helps us to define the way we understand our world and think about ourselves, from high theory to low comedy.…
Award Show Season is upon us.