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Customers will have to prepare their wallets for the Short Hills Deli

Customers will have to prepare their wallets for the Short Hills Deli

Sam Berman, For Eastside

February 8, 2015


Filed under Community, Restaurant Reviews

Breakfast is regarded as the most important meal of the day, and the Short Hills Deli, located in the Short Hills Towne Center in Cherry Hill, guarantees a plethora of great breakfast choices. The Short Hills Deli offers an ambiance similar to that of a modern diner. As most of the customers are over 60...

Farm and Fisherman provides a fresh and local atmosphere

Farm and Fisherman provides a fresh and local atmosphere

Madeline Levin, For Eastside

February 6, 2015


Filed under Community

Over the past few years, citizens across the country have been advised to choose a healthier eating path. At Farm and Fisherman, people can accomplish just this as food has been taken to the next level. With main dishes and produce from local farms, it is nearly impossible not to taste delicious ingredients...

Did the Juno Snow Storm live up to the hype surrounding the event?

Did the Juno Snow Storm live up to the hype surrounding the event?

Madeline Levin, For Eastside

February 4, 2015


Filed under Community, Showcase

The eagerness was set to an all time high as Cherry Hill school district students awaited the flashing blue lights on the district website to state that school was cancelled due to inclement weather. Storm Juno was expected to be a massive blizzard that would become a major inconvenience for jobs, transportation...

Rastelli Market Fresh imparts fresh food for unreasonable prices

Rastelli Market Fresh imparts fresh food for unreasonable prices

David Le, For Eastside

January 26, 2015


Filed under Community

Setting the scene in the small town of Deptford, NJ in 1976, a nineteen year old ambitious teenage boy sits quietly on a bench watching the townsfolk bustle past. The young teenager, Ray Rastelli, already a husband and father, struggled to afford his rent. Thus, on that bench, Rastelli formulated a desperate...

January 2015 first big Nor’easter of the year predicted to hit the Cherry Hill Community

January 2015 first big Nor’easter of the year predicted to hit the Cherry Hill Community

Jake Stofman, Eastside Staff

January 25, 2015


Filed under Community

Hello everybody I hope that you are all having a good Sunday. I’d like to inform you that we have a major snowstorm coming. I'll tell you what— this storm is coming with power. Unlike all of the storms so far this year this one will have cold air to amplify it. When the moisture meets the cold air...

January 2015 Nor’easter disappoints

Jake Stofman, For Eastside

January 22, 2015


Filed under Community

Good Thursday afternoon everyone. I hope that you all had a great day at school or work or wherever else you may have been today. The weekend storm is coming, but if you love snow as much as I do this is just not the storm. It's plain and simple: there is just not a strong enough cold air mass t...

January 2015 sees small signs of snow

January 2015 sees small signs of snow

Jake Stofman, For Eastside

January 20, 2015


Filed under Community

As forecasts have predicted, Cherry Hill and neighboring towns can expect snow tomorrow. The question is whether or not the storm forms off the coast. There are signs of the storm coming through our area and a low pressure system developing to our south. If it does so, then that storm will come up ...

Promenade Restaurant “B.good” delivers real homemade food

Promenade Restaurant “B.good” delivers real homemade food

Kaitlyn Boyle, Eastside News/Features Editor

January 4, 2015


Filed under Community, Restaurant Reviews

Many hungry customers feel guilty after indulging in a juicy burger from one of the many popular fast food lines. One growing business, however, is working to destroy this feeling of regret, one burger at a time. B.good, located at the Promenade at Sagemore, represents just one of the seventeen restaurants...

Rockhill serves exceptional meals to its customers

Rockhill serves exceptional meals to its customers

Brandon Weinberg, For Eastside

December 22, 2014


Filed under Community, Showcase

Rockhill, a brand new restaurant, has recently opened its doors on Route 70, replacing the forty year old Big John's restaurant. In the short duration in which it has been open, Rockhill has already had an overfilling dining room. Upon visiting, customers feel right at home; this serves as one of the...

People need to prepare for the upcoming storm

People need to prepare for the upcoming storm

Jake Stofman, Eastside Staff

December 9, 2014


Filed under Community, Showcase

Local news this week has focused on this possible upcoming snowstorm. Before going into details and predictions, it is crucial to understand that this storm is one of the most difficult storms to forecast thus far this season. There are so many factors that go into this storm that make it hard to forecast....

UNIQLO brings Japanese culture to Cherry Hill

UNIQLO brings Japanese culture to Cherry Hill

Sidra Isenberg, Eastside Staff

November 24, 2014


Filed under Community

On Sept. 26, the Cherry Hill Mall premiered a new store called UNIQLO. The store offers clothes for all genders and age groups, ranging from a newborn baby to a full grown adult. UNIQLO originated in Japan and that is where the majority of its stores are located. UNIQLO is a franchise compan...

Cherry Hill West transports audiences to the 80’s with “The Breakfast Club”

Cherry Hill West transports audiences to the 80’s with “The Breakfast Club”

Anthony Cornatzer, Eastside Staff

November 24, 2014


Filed under Community, Showcase

Who are we? How do we see ourselves? Who can really understand us? The Cherry Hill West Theater Workshop examined these questions in vivid detail last weekend on Nov. 13, 14 and 15 with its production of “The Breakfast Club,” a theatrical adaptation of the classic John Hughes film of the same name. The...

Healthy Garden offers the Cherry Hill community nutritious meal options

Healthy Garden offers the Cherry Hill community nutritious meal options

Ashley Cooper, Eastside Community Editor

November 18, 2014


Filed under Community, Restaurant Reviews

Healthy Garden delivers just what its name entails: Organic, fresh food that is refreshing and stimulating to the taste buds. Primarily, when entering Healthy Garden, the ambience struck me as a little below mediocre. While there are decorative fruit posters plastered on the walls, there are dingy...

Stories of the Past trickle down to East Student at “The Fountains”

Phoebe Rosica, Eastside Staff

November 16, 2014


Filed under Community

Community service. It may not initially appear fun, but if you find something you love, which will help out the community, community service can really be rewarding and even enjoyable. Helping out the community is very important and benefits many. Over the past year I volunteered at The Fountains...

Stormin Stofman’s 2014-2015 Winter Forecast

Jake Stofman, Eastside Staff

November 16, 2014


Filed under Community

Prepare for this 2014-2015 winter season. Through my own inklings and the following information, I predict that this winter will be very different from winters in the past. To begin with, Siberian Snow Cover impacts the amount of snow coverage we receive every year. Above average snowfall in Siberia...

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