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Letter from the Publisher | Fall 2021

It may be hard to believe that the summer days are behind us, and autumn, or as I call it “sweater weather”, is moving in. The warm days are leaving us, but what’s not to love about fall, especially in Collingswood? The streets are lined with cornstalks, colorful mums, gourds of all shapes and sizes, and an endless gallery of festive window displays.

Letter from the Editor | Summer 2021

Letter from the Editor: I grew up down the shore, and I still love visiting. Strolling the boardwalk, building sandcastles, kayaking through the back bays – it’s all synonymous with summer for me. Family beach...

Letter from the Editor | May 2021

I grew up down the shore, and I still love visiting. Strolling the boardwalk, building sandcastles, kayaking through the back bays – it’s all synonymous with summer for me. Family beach days are the...

Letter from the Editor | Spring 2021

The past year has been one of challenges, but it has also been one of hope and goodwill. We have witnessed Collingswood neighbors supporting those in need, the community rallying around its small businesses and...

Letter from the Editor | Winter 2020

Did you notice that as soon as the calendar flipped to November, holiday decorations started popping up around the borough? Twinkling Christmas trees were peeking through curtains, festive inflatables waved merrily from front lawns,...

Letter from the editor | Fall 2020

I’m certainly ready for fall, and not just because it’s my favorite season. As the leaves change and the temperature drops, it’s a sign time is still moving forward during this unprecedented year. It’s exciting...

Letter from … | Summer 2020

Letter from the Publisher: Hello 08108 readers, Several months ago when we – myself, Editor Kristen Dowd and Sales Manager Brittany Rought – sat together in my office and began to plan our anniversary issue, little...

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