Composer Matthew Norcross retells a classic tale with a musical twist.
My oldest daughter Klein called from college one recent Saturday, and I told her it wasn’t a great time to talk, because Joe and I were walking through the Italian Market in Philly.
I never drank, I never smoked. I lived in a house full of fumes. My sister chain-smoked cigarettes. Pall Malls. No filters, just pure poison.
We were recently at a small dinner party when somebody noticed that we represented people born in at least five decades – from people in their 30s to people in their 70s. Quite a range.
Oaklyn native Mitch Albom releases his latest novel about loss and the afterlife.
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After Gov. Chris Christie announced he would not fight a court decision allowing gay marriage, many same-sex couples couldn’t tie the knot fast enough.
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Local authors sit down with SJ Magazine Editor-in-Chief Marianne Aleardi at the Katz JCC to talk about their recent works.
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