Category: Columns

Author Judith Kristen To Discuss New Book On Bereavement

Local author and All Around Pennsauken columnist Judith Kristen will be discussing her latest book, “The Art and Grace of Communication: Healing Broken Hearts After the Loss of a Loved One,” on Thursday, May 4, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at

Life And Events From 1892 In Pennsauken – Part II

By Robert Fisher-Hughes, AAP Columnist and Amateur Historian The creation of Pensauken Township in 1892 was only one way the world was changing in that era. Looking back on 1892, on the doorstep of the 20th Century, we can see

Food Adventures: It’s All Good Soul Food Comes To West Maple Avenue

By Rachael Rivera, AAP Columnist This month’s food adventure takes me to It’s All Good Soul Food and Catering, located at 618 West Maple Ave. in Merchantville. This unassuming little shop front is home to some truly awesome soul food.

Spring Cleaning In Pennsauken: Not Looking Too Bad For 125

By Joe Scavuzzo, Director, Department of Public Works As 2017 pushes onward, ushering my fellow residents and I along our town’s 125th anniversary or “quasquicentennial,” I step back to take a look at our big picture. As with most weighing

Looking Back On A Well-Lived Decade, With Much More To Come

By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist Well, here it is, April of 2017. And on April 3, it will be my 69th birthday, the last of my 60’s and one more move closer to the BIG 7-0.

Celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day In Pennsauken

By Rachael Rivera, AAP Columnist This month, some people will be focusing on basketball and all the March Madness. Others will be awaiting the glorious holiday that is Saint Patrick’s Day. There are many different ways to celebrate this fun

Irish For A Day, Magical Memories That Last A Lifetime

By Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist I guess it’s because I was raised around so many Irish Catholic families that yours truly tips her Viking helmet happily, every year, in celebration and honor of St. Patrick’s Day. You know there’s a

Life And Events From 1892 In Pennsauken

By Robert Fisher-Hughes, AAP Columnist and Amateur Historian The world in 1892 was different, but people were much the same. Things new then are old now, but they persist in our lives. It was the year the Nutcracker ballet debuted

Philadelphia Flower Show Gives A Dose Of Spring Fever

By Kathleen Harvey, AAP Columnist As I write this month’s column, I am recovering from the worst case of the flu I have had in recent memory. Three weeks of coughing, sneezing, and other discomforts have left me tired, weak,

Be Vewy, Vewy Quiet… We’re Hunting Potholes!

By Joe Scavuzzo, Director, Department of Public Works As we look forward to the sunny days and warmer weather of spring, Old Man Winter leaves us a few reminders of his stay here in Pennsauken. Unfortunately, the groundhog saw its

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