What it was like to sing and dance with Debbie Reynolds

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Debbie Reynolds taught Stuart May more than a thing or two about show business. “I got to watch her every night for four years. She... Read more

"Bam's" made every shopping day a holiday, author recalls

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As a Cherry Hill toddler, Michael J. Lisicky once was so excited by the prospect of a trip to a department store that “I ran into an... Read more

Could Trenton political machinations hurt community newspapers such as Collingswood's weekly Retrospect?

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Brett Ainsworth is on deadline. As owner, publisher and editor of The Retrospect, a weekly newspaper that’s been covering Collingswood... Read more

Prominent member of Kellyanne Conway's family is surprised she's gone 'off the reservation' re Romney

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J. Garfield Demarco, the long-retired Burlington County GOP patriarch, isn’t surprised that his cousin, Kellyanne Conway, is a political... Read more

A reader responds to my Thanksgiving column about a tradition of signed tablecloths -- with a century old variation on the theme

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My Thanksgiving Day column about an unusual holiday tradition – having guests sign table linens – inspired Janet Barr to drop me... Read more

Revolutionary War-era house gets new spot. Now, where's the money to move it?

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A potential new home has been found for a Revolutionary War-era farmhouse in Bellmawr that stands in the path of the I-295 and Route 42 realignment... Read more

Efforts mount to save at least some pieces of Camden High School as plans to replace the "Castle on the Hill" move forward

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Plans to demolish the beloved but functionally obsolete Camden High School next year have inspired a proposal to salvage some of the building’s... Read more

The redevelopment project that was supposed to save downtown Camden will be torn down to make way for a park

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Camden County's announcement that it will demolish its Aletha Wright administration building to make way for a park is good news -- and a bittersweet... Read more