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Brooklawn School Property 4-Sale; What's Up At Paulsboro Marine Terminal? ; Johnny Hockey & Buddy Robinson; New Freeholder; Strike A Pose

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews.net FOR SALE! BROOKLAWN CHURCH PROPERTY—The former St. Maurice Roman Catholic Church, 401 Community Drive, Brooklawn which was purchased by the Brooklawn Board of Education for $720,000 in 2014 is up for sale. The asking price is $785,000. The Board had planned on using the buildings for classrooms and administrative offices but the development never materialized. Gloucestercitynews.net file photo The property, which is adjacent to the Alice Costello Grammar School, is situated on 2 acres with frontage on U.S. Route 130 south, close to multiple businesses, retail, and other numerous amenities. The listing states it... Read more →


How to Land Your First Job After College

CNBNews graphics file (CNBNewsnet)(September 4, 2018)--University is meant to prepare you for the job you’ve always dreamed of, but today a degree alone is not enough. Many top employers want candidates to have had real work experience, meaning that the new college experience needs to include internships throughout the four years of your Bachelors. Regardless of whether you prioritized interning during your college career or not, you can land your first job after college by following this guide: Use Your University Services Before You Go Most universities offer ongoing support to their recent graduates, and you should take advantage of... Read more →


CNB Business News: Mount Laurel Retail Plaza to include Qdoba, Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

MOUNT LAUREL TOWNSHIP -- Development around one of Mount Laurel's busiest shopping centers continues to grow, after developers announced a brand new retail plaza is set to be built along Midatlantic Avenue near Route 38. According to a press release from MSC Retail, which led the development, the 10,000 square-foot plaza is set to include a… Read more →


BlueJeanFoodCritic: Prime Time Beef and Ale

Prime Time Beef and Ale “Hand-Carves” New Life from Former Neighborhood Watering Hole; Celebrates the Spirit of 19th Century American Protectionism Roslyn, PA…When Roslyn native and Abington High School graduate Kimberly Shire used to pass by Carney’s Tavern in 2005, then a dark and smoke-filled local watering hole at 1139 Easton Road, she never dreamed that one day she would be co-owner of a revitalized and welcoming spot for hand carved sandwiches and domestically brewed and distilled beers and liquors in the same location. Newly renovated and now open for business, Prime Time Beef and Ale is redefining the term... Read more →


CNBNEWS BUSINESS SCENE: Every Meal Comes with 20 Minutes of Free Time

New San Giorgio® Oven Ready Penne lets you serve a great tasting meal faster. Harrisburg, PA – Ahhh… Just think of it, a delicious baked pasta meal for the entire family and 20 minutes left over to do whatever you want! Go ahead pinch yourself; you are not dreaming. Introducing new Oven Ready Penne from San Giorgio®. Now busy moms can make their favorite casseroles without having to boil the pasta first. Specially developed to cook up perfectly in the oven, San Giorgio® Oven Ready Penne makes it easier than ever to serve delicious homemade baked penne. Just mix, bake... Read more →


Night Market Philadelphia West Oak Lane

Night Market Philadelphia Photo Credit: J. Kaczmarek Night Market West Oak Lane When: Thursday, June 19, 6 - 10 p.m. Where: 72nd Street & Ogontz Avenue Cost: Pay as you go More Inf: Visit thefoodtrust.org Foodies, get your taste buds ready because Night Market Philadelphia, the city's premier street food festival, is back with it's another delicious edition of this popular Philly event. Next up: West Oak Lane. After last month's successful culinary explosion took over the streets of Old City, The Food Trust is set to take the festivities further north. You can arrive in style, as Night Market... Read more →


Diva Eats: Spring Risotto

Devil Gourmet, March 24, 2014 at 10:00:09 EDT It’s officially spring. Although it may not feel like spring, it is according to the calendar. It’s funny how once spring arrives, we think that the weather will miraculously become sunny and warm. I know it eventually will, just as I know summer will be here in less than 3 months. Spring Risotto Even though the weather may not be too warm, sunny and bright, you can eat food that is. Today I’m sharing my recipe forSPRING RISOTTO. Please, don’t let the word risotto intimidate you. I know many people run scared... Read more →


I Want to Take a Bath in that Marinara

… Yellow Plum Bloomfield Devil Gourmet (February 12, 2014)--I didn’t set out today to do an article strictly on cocktails. After all, a man must eat something if he is day drinking. Day drinking- a lost cousin to day dreaming and the bastard son of the afternoon siesta or nap is not for everyone. But should you desire a well crafted cocktail, made with only the best freshly squeezed juices and craft spirits, then make your way over to the Yellow Plum. True they bought me my lunch and true they knew I was there representing the Devil… But with... Read more →


Grand Openings of Joe's Crab Shack in Deptford Township, NJ and West Nyack, NY | cnbnews

Joe's Crab Shack, Newport Beach PRESS RELEASE April 16, 2013, 9:25 a.m. EDT HOUSTON, Apr 16, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Ignite Restaurant Group IRG +1.08%today announced the opening of two new Joe's Crab Shack locations, located in Deptford Township, New Jersey and West Nyack, New York. The Deptford Township, New Jersey restaurant is located at 2000 Clements Bridge Road in the Deptford Landing shopping center and is the first Joe's Crab Shack in Gloucester County. The location can accommodate 323 guests. The West Nyack, New York restaurant is located at the Palisades Center at 4370 Palisades Center Drive and can... Read more →


HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR, MARION LAZAN VISITS ST. TERESA REGIONAL SCHOOL, RUNNEMEDE

press release March 12, 2013 St. Teresa Regional School welcomed Marion Blumenthal-Lazan, a Holocaust survivor and co- GIFTS FOR MARION, photo provided author of Four Perfect Pebbles, an award-winning book about her childhood under Hitler's rule. Marion, along with her parents and brother, survived the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. She spoke to the students about the suffering she and her family endured there and the importance of positive thinking as well as creativity and inner-strength when working to overcome adversity. She also urged the students to share her Holocaust story, telling them that their generation would be the last to hear... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Rexy's Restaurant & Bar | cnbnews.net

(cnbnews.net) WEST COLLINGSWOOD HEIGHTS NJ--Greetings, Gentle Readers, and thank you for stopping by. Since I’ve had several requests for my review series again, I decided to start with a local legend. My companion and I headed for West Collingswood Heights, titillated with local tales of epic culinary delights. Rexy’s Restaurant, around since 1943, is a bright star with the misfortune of being located near a building advertising cheap dentures and a strip of fast-food kiosks with flapping Chicken Parma flags and grammatically-incorrect banners. On the outside, Rexy’s is a confused combination of Spanish and Italian architecture with a bit of... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: The Whiskey Barrel | cnbnews.net

(cnbnews.net) GLOUCESTER CITY NJ-Move over, McMichael's! There's a new kid in town. The Whiskey Barrel is located at 200 Jersey Avenue in Gloucester City. Formerly the site of Heavy's on the Harbor, this recently renovated hot spot is a place where workmen come for a pilsner and then go home to fetch the wife and kiddies for dinner. My companion and I stopped by out of curiosity one fine September afternoon and, after being warmly greeted by Jeff the Chef, decided to stay for a late lunch. We were glad we did. Alissa, our server (who was also tending bar)... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Max's Seafood Cafe | cnbnews.net

Dear Gentle Readers: I announced several months ago that I would return with my cafe critiques once in a blue moon, so in light of the celestial skies my small clique of merrimakers decided to celebrate in style with a trip to Max's Seafood Cafe. We were warmly welcomed by Michael, a charming young man whose historical knowledge of the restaurant delighted us between courses. John, our server, was prompt in his appearance and quite knowledgeable in his menu directives. A friendly fellow placed a somewhat lackluster basket of bread before us and one of my few negative responses of... Read more →


Roving Rita Plans Dinner Outing | cnbnews.net

by cnbnews staff Dear Gentle Readers: Because I have received so many requests for my reviews of local eateries, I shall endeavor to visit one of our fine restaurants in Gloucester City this week. I have chosen a well-known establishment and hope it is worthy of its reputation, nation-wide. Please return to Mr. Cleary's lovely Notebook for the juicy details! Happy Roving! Rita Related articles Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: IndeBlue | cnbnews.net (gloucestercitynews.net) Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Jacqueline's Pasta & Pizza (cnbnews.net) (gloucestercitynews.net) Roving Rita Coming to ClearysNoteBook (gloucestercitynews.net) Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Lillian's Cafe, Audubon (gloucestercitynews.net) Roving Rita's Restaurant... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Jacqueline's Pasta & Pizza (cnbnews.net)

cnbnews.net On a steamy summer evening my companion and I decided to dine at a casual local eatery. Our decision was a difficult one; Gloucester City has become a mecca of modern dining choices unequaled in any other South Jersey locale. While strolling the boulevard we came upon a tiny, well-lit establishment that boasted fresh pizza, pasta, and sandwiches, reasonably priced and quickly served. We hastened to enter and find seats among the rows of picnic-style tables. The individual behind the counter suggested that, due to the limited space, we shout out our order when we had decided upon it.... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: IndeBlue | cnbnews.net

IndeBlue Indian Cuisine, 619 Collings Avenue, Collingswood, NJ 08107 856-854-4633. (cnbnews.net)In the spirit of adventure your gal, Rita decided to explore the mysteries of India without driving further than good old Collingswood, NJ. My companion and I entered the cozy, immaculate restaurant and were immediately greeted by the exotic smells of coriander, mango, and cilantro. Our host seated us at a lovely cherrywood table adorned with black linen napkins and pointed out several afternoon specials on the well-appointed menu. We ordered spinach and cheese naan (bread) and the host brought it promptly, along with hot, sweet chai tea. It took... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Pat's Family Restaurant Select (cnbnews.net)

cnbnews.net It was a dark and stormy night and your gal Rita was in the mood for food. Having no desire to travel more than a mile or so, I decided to sup 'in the 'hood' at the newest restaurant in Gloucester City! Yes, Gentle Readers, Pat's Family Restaurant has re-opened. I spent considerable time looking at the entrance-way and restaurant walls before entering the actual dining area. The pictures are historical in nature and show a great deal of Gloucester City in its first Glory Days. I say 'first' because, with restaurants like Pat's, this town will surely make... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Lillian's Cafe, Audubon

(cnbnews.net) Hello, again Gentle Readers! Due to the kind requests of several fans I, Roving Rita, will again offer up reviews of restaurants in the Gloucester City, Audubon, Haddon Heights, Bellmawr, Mt Ephraim, and Brooklawn area. On a cold week-night, my companion and I embarked on our hunt for the perfect evening meal. Once again, our choice was Lillian's Cafe (34 W Merchant St, Audubon 08106, 856-547-1902), a charming BYOB in the heart of Audubon's shopping district. We arrived at 6:30 PM and, after standing about uncertainly, a customer seated at a nearby table instructed us to "sit anywhere". Our... Read more →


Cherry Hill School Earns National Honor for Hunger-Fighting Work -cnbnews.net

Cherry Hill, NJ - The Rosa International Middle School in Cherry Hill, NJ recently received a National School of Distinction status from the Schools Fight Hunger program. Fewer than 2,000 schools nationwide earned this level of distinction in the 2010-2011 school year. The National School of Distinction status is awarded to schools that demonstrate notable enthusiasm, creativity or dedication in getting involved with the hunger cause. Whether its activating students around a school-wide food drive, organizing volunteers for a local pantry or food bank or cultivating a school garden to provide fresh produce for the cause, schools all across the... Read more →


RE: Roving Rita's Restaurant Reviews

Dear Restaurant/Pub Owners CNB started Roving Rita’s restaurant column several months ago in the hopes to stir some interest in local eateries. It is meant to be a light hearted critique, and at the same time point out some things that might help your restaurant to improve your service and food (if needed). We have several people that have volunteered to write the column both men and women. As for experience, they are average people who enjoy eating. If they find a restaurant whose service and food is too bad they have been instructed not to write anything at all.... Read more →


Memories of Gloucester City: Topic The Pub Crawl

By Jack "Bomber" Bennett Note: The author is a former resident of Gloucester City and a graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School. Today, Jack resides in Florida. The article was first posted on CNB in 2007...click map to enlarge PUB CRAWL – the act of one or more people drinking in a number of pubs in a single night, normally walking between them. Wikipedia As a kid growing up in Gloucester City in the 50's and 60's, it was always there beckoning to you. You never quite understood what it was, but you could feel it every time you walked... Read more →


Letters: Kudos to Restaurant Owners; A Tribute to Art DiPatri

THANK YOU AREA RESTAURANT OWNERS I would like to thank all the diners and restaurant owners for servicing the people in Gloucester City, Brooklawn and Westville. Also, the dishwashers, busboys, and waiters for their jobs. It is not easy serving the public. We don’t take the time to think about that. If we did not have diners or restaurant. We would have to take time to cook. Today we don’t have the time, always in a rush. Not only that, a lot of people don’t know how to cook, we would starve to death so be thankful for having them.... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Whata Weiner

I must admit, gentle readers, that I only experienced Whata Weiner as a delivered meal. Miss Rita is getting far too fragile to traverse the icy streets of our fair city, at night. Therefore, I decided to experience the flavor at home. I ordered several of their specialties and took a generous taste of each dish. I felt it was important to mention this because previously, I was accused of being 'bloated' and thus unable to do justice with my now-famous palate-related column. And so, with much forethought I am spending a quiet Friday evening writing to you, dear friends,... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: McMichael's Pub & Grill

Dear Gentle Readers, I want McMichael's, located at 157 S. Burlington St in Gloucester City, to succeed. I truly do. It is conveniently located, has a lovely, rustic decor, and the prices are reasonable. However, that is when the first scary dip on the rollercoaster takes hold. My companion and I entered during Happy Hour and indeed, the atmosphere was jubilant. There was a wonderful acoustic guitarist/vocalist performing, the bar crowd was upbeat, and our server (Ashley) was cheerful and competent. The beer was cold and plentiful (although it would have been nice to have had a beer and wine... Read more →


Roving Rita's Restaurant Review: Troxies Chicken & Pizza

Although I did not intend to review this particular eat in--take out establishment I felt as though I should, for several reasons. First, it is a local business and I am fond of the idea of shopping (and dining) locally. Second, there were a few comments regarding the wings and I wanted to taste for myself how good or bad they could be. In order to remain anonymous I chose to pick up an order when the owners were not on the premises. With a bit of help from my companion I took the order home and we sat down... Read more →