Jane’s Tea House brings a unique spin to afternoon tea time

Visit Jane’s Tea House at 602 Station Avenue, Haddon Heights, NJ for delicious tea.
Sophia Liu, Eastside Staff November 11, 2020

Jane’s Tea House, a newly opened tea house in Haddon Heights, brings a unique and innovative spin on all things tea. Opened on August 2nd, 2020, the tea house serves breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea...

Haddonfield celebrates its first annual “Haddyween” month

The Norris Barber Company window won first prize for the best Halloween themed scene.
Elizabeth Cohen, Eastside Staff November 9, 2020

This past October marked the first annual Haddyween, a month-long event that took place in Haddonfield, New Jersey. From the dates of October 10th to October 31st, many South Jersey residents took place...

Six Flags provides a wild adventure even during the pandemic

A peacock takes a leisurely stroll on the safari path at Six Flags.
Ella Hampton, Eastside Staff November 1, 2020

Looking for a fun way to get out of the house and experience something unique during these tough times of the Coronavirus Pandemic? The Six Flags Great Adventure Wild Safari Drive-Thru is the perfect place...

Cherry Hill’s Kresson Road bridge undergoes construction

A 17.4 million dollar construction project will widen and reconstruct the bridge which carries Kresson Road over the New Jersey Turnpike in Cherry Hill.
Karina Gupta, Eastside Staff October 30, 2020

Over the past couple of months, starting halfway through May, the 17.4 million dollar construction project on Kresson Road has proceeded. Funded by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, the project is...

Trader Joe’s opens on Haddonfield Road

Trader Joe's opens up its first store in Cherry Hill
Jillian Koenig, Eastside Staff October 9, 2020

On July 30th, 2020, Trader Joe’s opened its first Cherry Hill store on Haddonfield Road and joined the more than 500 Trader Joe’s locations across the country. In recent years, Haddonfield Road has...

Tools for School continues their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic

Volunteers gather in front of the backpacks that were packed during last years event.
Max Gaffin, Eastside Feature Editor August 19, 2020

Like every year, the Tools for School packing event takes place around the South Jersey community and welcomes community volunteers to help pack book bags full of school supplies for many students in the...

PHOTOS: The Coronavirus forces lifestyle changes in Cherry Hill

Yena Son, Eastside Photo Editor August 15, 2020

The world has changed immensely from the unanticipated arrival of COVID-19. From individuals and smaller scale businesses to schools, government, and large corporate conglomerates, people have had to adjust...

Covid-19 increases the risk of air travel

It is still dangerous to travel by airplane
Brielle Lampf, Eastside Opinions Editor July 11, 2020

When quarantine first began for New Jersey residents, many spring break vacations were canceled. Travel plans were postponed within the United States as well as internationally. Now that summer has begun,...

GALLERY: Photos from the Cherry Hill ‘Black Lives Matter’ Protest

The march's organizers survey the growing crowd.
Aine Pierre, Eastside Editor-in-Chief June 5, 2020

Friday evening, about 100 people marched from near the Erlton Swim Club to Town Hall to protest the wave of police violence against African Americans. Many chanted choruses of "Black Lives Matter," "No...

Eastside Reviews Que Ricas

Eastside Reviews Que Ricas
Karissa Murray, Eastside Community Editor April 20, 2020

There is no shortage of Latin restaurants in America. Whether they are fast food, authentic or somewhere in between, you will not have to go far to find it. However, it is a fallacy to assume all food...

Eastside reviews Warrior Gyms in Mount Laurel

Gym members attempt to climb the famed
Vivian Rong, Eastside Staff April 17, 2020

An enormous room decorated like a jungle is the first thing visitors see when they enter Warrior Gyms in Mount Laurel. The gym, based upon and themed after the immensely popular “American Ninja Warrior,”...

Drexel University hosts Women 100 program

The women 100 program promotes gender equality
Sophia Sitnick, Eastside Community Editor April 17, 2020

This year, Drexel University’s Vision 2020 will host Women 100, a series of programs and events celebrating women, promoting gender equality and serving as the largest commemoration of the 100th anniversary...

Who has the best hoagies? Eastside decides

Eastside debates which restaurant has the best hoagies
Sami Bell, Community Editor April 9, 2020

Hoagies are a South Jersey staple, practically available everywhere in the region. In honor of this area favorite, Eastside endeavored to answer one burning question: what establishment has the best hoagie...

My experience at the Philadelphia Flower Show 2020

Le strade delle Cinque Terre, also known as ‘The Streets of the Five Lands’, is a popular sight at the Philadelphia Flower Show.
Sophia Sitnick, Eastside Community Editor March 14, 2020

Growing up in Cherry Hill, I had always heard some buzz about the annual Philadelphia Flower Show, but had never taken the time to experience it myself. This year I chose to “accept this rose” (shout...

Rebecca’s Mission donates books to local children in need

Benjamin and students pose in front of the bookmobile
Sami Bell, Eastside Community Editor February 27, 2020

Featured in Eastside 2020 issue Rebecca Benjamin, a junior at Moorestown Friends Highschool (MFS), always had a passion for reading. Her passion for reading, combined with her philanthropic values, made...

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