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Stormin Stofman: Two winter storms are predicted to hit our area within the next four days

Here is a snowfall map depicting the upcoming storms.

Jake Stofman, Eastside Staff

January 5, 2017

Good evening everybody I hope that you all had a great Wednesday. We have two storms to talk about and it is very exciting. The first storm will impact our area late Thursday night into Friday morning, and the second storm has a chance to impact our area Saturday and Saturday night. The snowfall map below is for the ...

How to have a memorable “Staycation” this winter break

People come to Philly for the Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest for a day filled with ice skating, music and all kinds of foods.

Naomi Korn, Eastside Staff

December 20, 2016

Winter break is almost upon us. Some will be off to more tropical destinations, while others may be headed to the ski slopes. No need to fret, however, if you will be staying right here in Cherry Hill. Below is a list of several nearby activities that will definitely relieve your boredom and make ...

Stormin Stofman’s: Light snow is expected this Friday

Stormin Stofman’s: Light snow is expected this Friday

Jake Stofman, Eastside Staff

December 15, 2016

Good evening everyone, I hope that you all have had a great Thursday so far.  We have our first winter storm of the season upon us in the next 24-30 hours.  With the fresh injection of arctic air that came in last night, it will be cold enough to support snow at the least at the start of this ev...

Stormin Stofman’s 2016-2017 Winter Forecast

Stormin Stofman’s 2016-2017 Winter Forecast

Jake Stofman, Eastside Staff

November 21, 2016

This is my official Winter Forecast for the 2016-2017 season. This winter will be vastly different from the winter of previous years. Siberian Snow Cover: This is a factor that goes into the winter weather in our area. Above average snowfall in Siberia in October-November most of the time leads to a...

Cherry Hill Recreation Department Cancels Trailed Walk

Cherry Hill Recreation Department Cancels Trailed Walk

Henry Nolan, Eastside Staff

November 17, 2016

The Cherry Hill Recreation Department decided that it was necessary to cancel their planned event for the evening of the 9th of November, which was to be a Campfire and Trail Walk around the Crofts Farm property. They have decided that they will instead put on a similar event on a yet undisclosed date...

The “Clown Clan”: A Creepy Joke, or a New Cult?

These creepy clowns are lingering in the weirdest of places, from deep in the woods to the tops of billboards. The issue seems to be growing out of hand.

Edward Zhang, Eastside Staff

November 15, 2016

On October 7, 2016, students at Henry C. Beck Middle School in Cherry Hill reported a ‘clown-like person’ walking their dog on school grounds. The school was then forced to go into a lockout, although Director of Security and the Cherry Hill Police Department later said that there was no legitima...

Classic Cake offers a wide variety of treats for every season.

Classic Cake offers exciting deals and specials for the upcoming seasons.

Maddy Kagan, Eastside Staff

October 26, 2016

It’s always a delight to walk into Classic Cake in Short Hills, Cherry Hill and have so many delicious treats well organized in the window. Little kids’ mouths begin to water as they beg their parents to buy them a cupcake with their favorite TV show character on it. As the holiday season approaches,...

The annual Crafts and Fine Arts Festival takes over the streets of Collingswood

The annual Crafts and Fine Arts Festival takes over the streets of Collingswood

Gregory Rothkoff, Community Editor

August 30, 2016

The third weekend of August brought the annual Crafts and Fine Arts Festival to Collingswood, NJ. This was the 12th consecutive year crafters and fine artists alike have brought their work to the historic South Jersey town. The array of artwork included jewelry, leather belts and handbags, handmade...

The Indian King Tavern hosts Revolutionary War reenactment

Soldiers fire their muskets at the Revolutionary War reenactment hosted by the Indian King Tavern.

Greg Rothkoff, Eastside Staff

June 13, 2016

The boom of musket fire rings viewers’ eardrums. The air is thick with smoke and the smell of musket fire drills a hole through your nose. In the background, the sound of drums and trumpets play. This description may sound as if from a primary source document of a battle in the Revolutionary Wa...

Megu offers delicious sushi options

Megu offers delicious sushi options

Ilana Arougheti, Eastside Staff

June 13, 2016

With several  Zagat and Best of South Jersey awards under its belt, Megu provides diners with not only great sushi and hibachi, but a great dining experience overall. Its trio of locations; one in Cherry Hill, one in Moorestown and one in Ventnor; were founded by executive chef Steven Lin, who has been...

Captain America: An emotional roller-coaster

Captain America: An emotional roller-coaster

Sam Grossman, Eastside Staff

June 13, 2016

  Captain America: Civil War is an emotional roller-coaster for those who feel a connection to every individual superhero in the movie. The movie begins with a disagreement between the Avengers over whether the government should control their actions. Captain America (Chris Evans) believes that the...

Collingswood’s May Fair attracts an eclectic group of people

Collingswood's May Fair attracts an eclectic group of people

Sam Grossman, Eastside Staff

June 4, 2016

This year, Collingswood's May Fair included over 200 artists and crafters and a special kids zone for younger attendees. The kids zone was filled with bouncy houses, amusement rides, pony rides, carnival games and arts and crafts. Stages of live music were set up along the side, featuring different styles...

StandWithUs educates Cherry Hill teenangers about anti-semitism on college campuses

StandWithUs educates Cherry Hill teenangers about anti-semitism on college campuses

Sam Grossman, Eastside Staff

April 5, 2016

On Sunday, April 3, 23 teenagers attended a class at the Katz Jewish Community Center to be educated about anti-Israel movements on college campuses. All of the 23 teens that attended were high school students. The class was free to attend and open to the public. There was also a chinese food buffet ...

Osushi offers an assortment of Japanese dishes

Osushi offers an assortment of Japanese dishes

Jocelynne Dorotan, Eastside Staff

March 26, 2016

The new Osushi restaurant recently celebrated its grand opening  on March 13 and advertised the release by decorating the perimeter of the Marlton Crossing complex with small flags. Upon entering, the polite staff immediately offers a friendly greeting and allows the customer to choose his or her seating, either along the side with tables with ...

Rita’s begins the season with eight new custard flavors

Rita’s begins the season with eight new custard flavors

Rachel Cogan, Eastside Staff

March 18, 2016

As spring approaches, our desire for refreshing treats grows. Whether one prefers custard or water ice, places like Rita’s are always an excellent choice. The Rita’s located on Haddonfield Berlin Road in Voorhees is taking strides to bring customers a new custard experience. Over the last fe...