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Happy National Doughnut Day!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted on the Juice, and a lot has happened within that time. I completed a hellish semester which topped off my second year of college, went to The Coachella Music and Arts Festival in California, and have been working like mad for these first few weeks of summer vacation. 207 more words

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Always A Planner- South Jersey Wedding Planner

Image Credit: Nicole Nurthen Photography

Amy Liberi launched Always A Planner in January 2013 after helping friends and family with planning their weddings for years. Always A Planner specializes in Wedding Planning and Day of Coordination in the South Jersey region. 462 more words

The Mac n Beer Is Here in Collingswood

Hey there everyone…the mac is back! And it brought its friend beer, too!

For those who attended the Mac-Off events in Collingswood a few years ago, you know how madly popular they were. 169 more words



If you’re ever in the area, Valley Forge, PA is a beautiful place for walking, biking, horseback riding, and taking in some US history.  Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week gives me the opportunity to post a few shots of the Washington Chapel that sits on the grounds. 72 more words


Event Preview: Beatles/Stones Invitational, March 28 - Collingswood fundraiser for music lessons

On Saturday, March 28, Collingswood Music will be hosting a six hour concert, featuring somewhere between 20 and 30 acts. The event, titled the “Beatles/Stones Invitational”, aims to raise money to provide music lessons to a Collingswood student in need. 176 more words

Collingswood, New Jersey Hosting March Restaurant Week

COLLINGSWOOD, N.J. (CBS) — Looking to get out and spend some quality time with friends and family? Collingswood Restaurant Week may be the perfect spot for you. 81 more words


Final Chapter: The Dreyfuss Family in America

My three-times great-grandmother Jeanette Dreyfuss Nusbaum and her two sisters, Mathilde Dreyfuss Nusbaum Pollock and Caroline Dreyfuss Wiler, came to America and along with their husbands they settled in Pennsylvania where their husbands started as peddlers and then became merchants.  2,533 more words