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December 2010 Issue
Man in Motion
His playing days are behind him, but Ron Jaworski is still scoring big from the broadcast booth to the boardroom. One thing is clear: Ron Jaworski knows football. After all, he was a quarterback in the National Football League for 17 seasons. And,...
 
The Best of A.C.
Atlantic City’s days of being solely a gaming destination are long gone. Now, fine dining, entertainment and nightlife are making this town a winner once again. While the Queen of the Coast carves out a new identity heading into a new decade, we’re...
 
On the Job
South Jersey companies are getting back on their feet following the recession, but are we on firm ground?
 
Power Players
There are the movers and shakers who make the front page of the local newspapers, and then there are the boldface names that dominate our society sections. But who’s really pulling the strings? We took the lay of the land and came up with 40 names,...
 
Any Given Sunday
South Jersey Eagles fans are a devoted breed. We asked the team’s most avid supporters about their tailgating traditions.
 
Tale of Triumph
A decade after his fateful football injury, Adam Taliaferro is not only thriving—he’s helping others on the road to recovery.
 
Looking Good
Our open call for South Jersey’s Top Model contest brought dozens of applicants. You voted for them online at SouthJersey.com. Now, meet this year’s winners.
 
King of the Kitchen
Nearly 100,000 votes were cast during the South Jersey Magazine Top Chef competition this year—more than 43,000 of them in the final round alone—and this year’s winner is Chef Jack Connor of Café Madison in Riverside. Connor’s take on a three-course...
 
High Note
Aaron Neville brings his unmistakable voice to Collingswood for a special holiday show.
 
Family Affairs
For local parents, secondary infertility can be a private source of pain and frustration—but a broad array of treatments offer hope.
 
Cravings: Tempting Treats
A decadent dessert is the perfect ending to any holiday celebration. And just because you aren’t an expert baker doesn’t mean that you can’t wow your family and friends. Trust us: grandmom will appreciate an indulgent tiramisu from Botto’s much more...
 
A New Leaf: Arugula
By BYOB standards, Arugula in Washington Township is on the large end, with seating for 70 beneath auber­gine ceilings alight with constellations of star sculptures hung from green rafters.
 
Tuscan Holiday: Toscana
Dining out is supposed to be about whimsy, about the kind of discovery that only food and the community of the table can facilitate.
 
Fusion Delusion: Siri’s Thai French Cuisine
The value of a meal is a very different thing than the cost of it. I’ve had $300 dinners that seemed like relative bargains, and $20 meals I left feeling almost defrauded. Whether a restaurant merits its price point comes down to the quality of the...
 
Southern Exposure: December, 2010
As you partake in the frantic hunt for this holiday season’s hottest toys, consider for a moment where these colorful plastic creations originate. If the item on your children’s wish list is a figurine inspired by the popular movie Ironman 2, or one...
 
Holiday Presence
With so many gift guides out there, it ought to be fairly simple to find everything you need for your loved ones this holiday season. But, as we all know, it’s never quite that easy. The frustration and stress surrounding holiday shopping has driven...
 
2011 Money Matters
The stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve is nearly here, ending this tax year and blasting us right into the next. So sip your Champagne, then make good on your New Year’s resolution to get your finances—from taxes to retirement—in order. Here are some...