Changing the Game in Atlantic City

By Jason Nark

When the lights went out in some of Atlantic City’s casinos last year, and the big letters T, R, U, M, and P were dismantled and taken down along Pacific Avenue, those iconic, em...

After Sandy – A Bureaucratic SuperStorm

By John Scanlon

When Superstorm Sandy blew down New Jersey’s door on that ferocious night in October 2012, making one hell of a mess, residents distressed by severe property damage had no reason...

The Honeymoon’s Over – A Visit to Ghostly Penn Hills Resort

By Ashley Dunek

Twenty years ago, a newlywed couple would have had to wait weeks, even months, to book one of the sultry suites at the “Paradise of Pocono Pleasure,” better known as Penn Hills...

When Hadrosaurs Roamed Haddonfield

By T. Jordan Wompierski

This summer, children and adults alike will have their fascination with dinosaurs rekindled thanks to the June 12 release of “Jurassic World,” the fourth installment in the p...

Upcoming Events

“Peter Max: A Tribute to America” Art Exhibit

When: July 4, 2015

Where: Ocean Galleries - Stone Harbor, NJ

Legendary artist Peter Max returns to Stone Harbor over the fourth of July weekend, bringing with him a never-before-seen collection of his greatest and most-revered imagery spanning four decades. The new exhibition at Ocean Galleries (9618 Third ....

In This Issue

Our June issue has a summer theme and features a story on the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Subscribe today, or pick up a copy at Barnes & Noble!

The Summer Of Our Discontent

By Bill Lyon

So Long, Lucille

By Andrew Ryan

Handcrafting Malts for a Better Beer

By Don Russell

“If it’s on tape, I’m dead.”

By George Anastasia

Person of the Month

Deborah Hayes & Roy Leitstein

June 2015

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