Camden Waterfront 2014 season a success, Thank you for making that happen

I have been waiting 8 months to write this blog. Back in January I read the dumbest thing I have ever read on the internet about Camden Waterfront. This person was going back to an old story in 2012. This is 2014. 2013 was a successful year. We were determined to make 2014 a successful … Continue reading Camden Waterfront 2014 season a success, Thank you for making that happen

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Market Street Pizzeria Camden, NJ

When I am at the Camden waterfront which is often during the summertime, My favorite place to eat is Market Street Pizzeria. What can I say about Market Street Pizzeria located at 1 Market Street, Camden, NJ 08102. They have friendly customer service. Every time I walk into that place always a friendly smile. The … Continue reading Market Street Pizzeria Camden, NJ

Scott Stapp brings Proof of life tour to Philadelphia

           November 6, 2013 I bought Scott Stapp's Proof of life album which is an amazing record from start to finish. It is his best solo record the best record his has done since Creed's Weathered. There isn't one bad song on this record 11 great songs each one has its … Continue reading Scott Stapp brings Proof of life tour to Philadelphia

Motley Crue self-titled album released 20 years ago today

               I was 15 years old 20 years ago when Motley Crue released their self- titled album. This being their 6th studio album it was the follow-up to their highly successful album Dr. Feelgood. The music scene in 1994 in general was very interesting you had a lot of … Continue reading Motley Crue self-titled album released 20 years ago today

Camden,NJ childhood stories II: Vice-Principal’s word of wisdom

One of my favorite teachers at Cramer School was the Vice-Principal Mr. Horsley. He was a great Vice-Prinicpal whose heart was at Cramer School making sure that we were always doing the right thing. He was a great disciplinarian as well. He didn't let anyone get away with anything. If you did something wrong you … Continue reading Camden,NJ childhood stories II: Vice-Principal’s word of wisdom

Camden Waterfront (BB&T PAVILION)

In 1993 I was a volunteer at Cooper hospital. I would at times stare out the window from the 7th floor looking out to the Camden waterfront. I knew something was being built because from the window I can see the construction on the BB&T Pavilion going on. I did not know what was going on. … Continue reading Camden Waterfront (BB&T PAVILION)

2014 Camden, NJ Mayor Inaguration

Mayor Dana Redd was sworn in for her 2nd term as Mayor. City Council Vice-President Curtis Jenkins was sworn in for her his 3rd term as City Councilman, Marilyn Torres for her 2nd term as Councilwoman and Aurthur Barclay to his first term as City Councilman.  The inaguration signifies a time for change, working together and … Continue reading 2014 Camden, NJ Mayor Inaguration

Response to Rolling Stone Article about Camden

I recently read an article by Rolling Stone Magazine Matt Taibbi about my hometown Camden, NJ. The article was very one sided and very dumb to say the least. The article shows a new low by Matt Taibbi desperate attempt for attention. T The editor Matt Taibbi it is hard to take a journalist seriously … Continue reading Response to Rolling Stone Article about Camden