New Jersey residents are invited to a Community Town Hall meeting on Thursday March 21, 2024 at 6:30 p.m. inside Saint Dominic's Church 8504 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19136, to voice their concerns regarding illegal nuisance boom music parties on the Philadelphia side of the Delaware River impacting the quality of life for numerous New Jersey residents. The Philadelphia Police Department, known by many as the PPD, is the nation’s fourth largest police department, with more than 6,500 sworn and 800 civilian

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Recently, Chef Joe Brown who owned the popular Melange Café on Chapel Avenue in Cherry Hill released a new book “Melange: The Story, The Recipes, The Faith” - filled with about 75 recipes - which dishes on both of his former restaurants, including the highs and lows of business ownership. Over the years, his cafe restaurant was known for its crab cakes, jambalaya, bread pudding, crab cheesecake and his unforgettable pan-smoked tomato bisque and sweet crab soup. He served up Creole-style cuisine with an Italian flare. His recipes have been featured in "Cooking Light" "Culinary Trends," "Ebony," "Black Enterprise" and his appearances include the Food Network, National Geographic Channel and the Discovery Network. 

The Pennsauken Firefighters Association and Pennsauken Township, will host its Pennsauken Fall Festival on the afternoon of Saturday, October 15th, from 12:00-4:00PM at the Soccer Complex off Westfield Avenue. This annual event, brings the community together with a family-friendly atmosphere. There will be a bike parade, amusement rides, bounce houses, a petting zoo, balloon twisting, face painting, and much more. Families can also enjoy a short hayride to the “pumpkin patch,” where kids can pick a pumpkin to decorate. This year’s theme is Superheros and attendees can have their picture taken with costumed characters. Rain date Sunday, October 16th. For more details:

The small, suburban Camden County borough of Collingswood, that once produced a Republican governor, is now a bright blue municipality and has changed over the last decade, resembling a town more akin to Montclair or Lambertville than to other Camden County suburbs. One certainty is that it’s a Democratic stronghold that no longer resembles the small town that launched William T. Cahill’s political career 60 years ago. The Philadelphia-born son of Irish immigrants, Cahill moved to Collingswood around 1939, won a State Assembly seat in 1951 and in 1958, when 78-year-old Rep. Charles Wolverton (R-Merchantville) retired after 31 years in Congress, ran for the Camden-Gloucester-Salem seat and won by 1,859 votes. He was re-elected in 1968 with 66% of the vote  then, decided to run for governor in 1969. Collingswood gave favorite-son Cahill a massive 79% of the vote in his successful election as 38th governor of NJ.

Join the 18th District Masons of Merchantville at the Merchantville Masonic Temple, 6926 Park Avenue in Pennsauken, for a life saving blood drive on Saturday, October 15th. We need YOU to help keep the blood supply stable after Hurricane Ian. Donate an hour of your time to help three (3) patients in need. Be the life saving pint of blood someone needs! There are 20 open appointments. Sign up now and get a $5 e gift card after your donation. Please message me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you need details or would like to chat further about how we can help.

On Sunday, October 24th, join us at the Tortilla Press Cantina for Brunch is a Drag – HalloQween Spooktacular hosted by: Astala Vista. Enjoy hilarious Halloween themed performances and costumes by some of the Tri-State area's best Drag Entertainers! From Glamourous Ghouls to Wickedly Beautiful Witches, get ready to experience Halloween bigger and better than ever... Drag Queen Style! We’ve paired the Tri-State Area’s top Drag Queens with the DELICIOUS brunch menu at The Tortilla Press Cantina, 7716 Maple Ave. Merchantville, NJ. You can expect to see parodies and performances based on your favorite Halloween Characters, Songs, and Movies. First Seating begins at 11:00 a.m. - show starts at 12:00 p.m. Second Seating begins at 2:00 p.m. - show starts at 2:30 p.m. Tickets.


The SoundPlex is an art and music multiplex combining a world class recording studio with live performance spaces. It brings together lovers of music and the artists that make it into a singular complex that serves our community. For artists and musicians it unites the value of an all-in-one production facility with the ability to create, rehearse, and perform on your own terms at an affordable rate while maintaining major label standard quality.It's a unique event space for community gatherings, weddings, corporate events, private parties, and more that creates a unique experience for guests that they’ll never forget at an all-in-one cost. Stop by and check out TheSoundPlex located in the former Perkins Dairy Building at 6713 Rudderow Avenue in Pennsauken. For more information contact: 609-313-6446 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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