Croft Farms Art Center host The Best of Garden State Film Festival

Joshua Sodicoff, For Eastside

October 21, 2014

The Best of Garden State Film Festival marks one of the first parts of the Fall into the Arts series of events, which was held at the Croft Farms Art Center at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct 12. The viewing featured six unique short fi...

Families relax at the Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting’s Skyspace

Sidra Isenberg, For Eastside

October 16, 2014

Opened in late 2013, The Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting’s Skyspace functions as a relaxing family attraction rather than a sweet-smelling spa. At the Skyspace, approximately forty people with yoga mats in hand are able to watch...

Voorhees Animal Orphanage truly cares for its animals and prospective adopters

Steve Mirsen, Eastside News/Features Editor

August 31, 2014

The Voorhees Animal Orphanage commits itself to compassion for cats, dogs, and humans alike. The no-kill shelter takes in over 1,500 animals each year, and cares for over 200 animals a day, according to its Facebook page. Animals...

Japanese “Burrito Bar” opens in Philadelphia

Leah Korn, Eastside Opinions Editor

August 18, 2014

Watch out Chipotle, there’s a new fast food burrito bar in town. There is one small difference between Chipotle and the newly founded Hai Street Kitchen though. Hai Street Kitchen, located on 32 South 18th Street in Philade...

Barclay Farms hosts communal concert

Jenna Myers, Eastside Opinions Editor

July 14, 2014

On the first day of Music Under the Stars, a communal concert held every summer, a local band "Don't Call Me Francis" took the stage at 7:15 p.m. Before they took the stage, a band made up of Cherry Hill Public School students...

Students take up jobs as lifeguards

Kaitlyn Boyle, Eastside News/Features Editor

July 7, 2014

At the conclusion of finals, students burst out of their classrooms and enter a summer of total relaxation. Some Cherry Hill East swimmers, however, have opted to spend their break a different way. Instead of lounging at their...

Scoop de Ville stimulates summer taste buds

Allie Grossman, Eastside News/Features Editor

June 22, 2014

The start of summer marks the start of trying new things, branching out of your comfort zone and eating lots and lots of ice cream.  Scoop De Ville, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is not yet known to many.  I took a...

Jeremy Kane Memorial Run 2014

Brett Dashevsky, Eastside Staff

June 15, 2014

It was back in 2010 when Jeremy Kane was killed in Afghanistan while fighting a battle to protect his country. Jeremy was not just a some regular soldier for he was a member of the Cherry Hill community. He attended Cherry Hill...

Local supermarkets prove to have differences

Liza Rothkoff, Eastside Staff

April 29, 2014

In 2012, it was reported that there were 37,053 supermarkets in the United States, according to Progressive Grocer Magazine. In Cherry Hill and its surrounding towns, there are multiple supermarkets within walking distance...

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