Author: Nick DiUlio

As we pulled onto the dirt path leading to the grass parking lots, the mooing of steers filled the late-summer air. Men and women in cowboy boots and hats strolled through the glow of another setting sun. It’s another warm Saturday night in South Jersey, where the Cowtown Rodeo is an annual tradition.

Seen in: Southern Scene

Heart of Glass

September 13, 2011

The Museum of American Glass celebrates New Jersey's rich glass-making heritage.

Seen in: Jersey Living

A Borough Transformed

September 8, 2011

Let’s hear it for Collingswood. In just over a decade, the borough has transformed itself from a rather forgettable neighbor of Camden’s to one of the most enviable locales in the Garden State, and this month Forbes magazine decided to tip its hat to this inspiring rebirth.

Seen in: Southern Scene

Twenty-four hours before last weekend’s hurricane hit, I called a friend to suggest we postpone our Saturday-night plans, given the predictions about Irene. He laughed and declared: “Don’t believe the hype.”

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You’ve probably seen the recent stories claiming that MTV’s “Jersey Shore” may actually be helping the real Jersey Shore’s reputation. I don’t buy it.

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Agriculture is still a big deal down in South Jersey. My own grandfather used to raise Black Angus cattle on the acreage that is now Medford Memorial Middle School. That’s just one of the reasons why I think it’s really cool that the New Jersey Department of Agriculture has recently made more than 2,000 vintage farm photos available through its online archives.

Seen in: Southern Scene

A would-be utopia sprouted in South Jersey 150 years ago.

Seen in: Jersey Living

A month has passed since 11-year-old Abiah Jones fatally fell more than 100 feet from the Giant Wheel at Morey’s Piers in Wildwood, and the sad tale seems more divisive than ever.

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My South Jersey Facebook friends have been all aflutter lately with opinions about those Atlantic City cocktail waitresses who were fired by Resorts Casino when newer, sexier uniforms were introduced in the spring. There’s plenty of contention to go around.

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There’s a report out of Atlantic County that the Galloway Township Public School District is considering a troubling change to its homework policy for next year. According to the Press of Atlantic City, Galloway’s Board of Education will vote this summer on a proposal that would bar teachers from assigning homework to students over weekends or holiday breaks.

Seen in: Southern Scene

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