August 24, 2016 |
Olga's Diner in Evesham - long a landmark for Shore-bound motorists and home to some of South Jersey's most popular cheesecake, but in recent years a vacant eyesore at the former Marlton Circle - finally appears headed for the wrecking ball. A North Jersey property developer has applied to the township to build on the site of what a critic once called "the queen of South Jersey diners. " If the proposal is approved, the principal tenant would be Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey, a chain of fertility clinics, which would occupy two of the floors of a glass-fronted, three-story office building near Routes 70 and 73. Architectural features of the proposed building include a sweeping curve along the top two floors of its western side, and a three-story illuminated rectangle of moss and other living greens facing north.
April 23, 2016 |
BalletX is 10 this year, and the company is celebrating this weekend with a retrospective and a world premiere. The show opened Wednesday night at the Wilma Theater. If you've seen the company over the years, the show will spark memories of special performances. If you're a newbie, enjoy the sample pack of bite-sized excerpts. The evening opens with co-founder Matthew Neenan's 2005 piece Frequencies , set to music by Jump Little Children, about a trio of angels with wings on their backs and also wings represented by their fluttering arms.
February 29, 2016 |
MILLVILLE, N.J. - The Espoma Co., a leading producer of organic fertilizer, still uses largely the same natural soil-enriching ingredients it did when it was founded nearly 90 years ago. What's different now is that organic gardening has moved from the obscure corners of garden centers into the mainstream, shifting Espoma into a comfortable position in a thriving niche of the lawn- and garden-supply industry. "It used to be we had to downplay the organics when we were selling it because the organics always had some baggage with it - it smells, it doesn't work, it's too expensive," said Jeremy Brunner, 43, Espoma's vice president, who represents the fourth generation of family ownership.
February 12, 2016
DEAR ABBY: "Roger" and I have been seeing each other for two years. (We are both 50.) He is very handsome. We go to movies, ride our bikes together, work out at the gym, and attend other events. He calls me every night, sends emails during the day - even calls me when he's on a break from work. He never asks me to pay for anything and sends me flowers on special occasions. He will kiss me goodnight, but he has never held my hand or been affectionate in any other way. People we see think we're married or seriously dating and have asked about it. He tells them we just "hang out" and that he's just a friend.
January 3, 2016
Too many women give up on in vitro fertilization too soon, a new study suggests. After analyzing more than 250,000 in vitro fertilization attempts by more than 150,000 women over nearly a decade, researchers found that women could keep increasing their chances of having a live birth through up to nine IVF cycles, according to a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association. What's more, the researchers defined an IVF cycle more expansively. Instead of considering each attempt to transfer one or more embryos into the womb as an individual cycle, study authors counted each attempt to stimulate the ovaries and retrieve eggs as the beginning of a new cycle.
April 20, 2015 |
In what could signal an energy corridor south of the Walt Whitman Bridge, a Houston energy-transportation company has signed a long-term lease with the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority to ship dry bulk commodities - initially fertilizer - into Pier 122, a strategic finger pier on the Delaware River between Packer Avenue Marine Terminal and the proposed Southport Marine Terminal at the eastern end of the Navy Yard. US Development Group L.L.C., which primarily uses rail to move liquid hydrocarbons such as crude oil and ethanol from producers to end users, such as refineries, is taking over a 20-year lease from Growmark Inc., a Midwestern agricultural co-op that ships imported fertilizer through the Camden port and ultimately to U.S. farmers.
March 19, 2015 |
Pennsylvania's new governor pitched the state to the energy industry Tuesday morning during a conference at the Convention Center. "We should be fertile ground for you to come and do your business," Gov. Wolf said in a speech at Globalcon, an event for the energy industry hosted by the Association of Energy Engineers. Pennsylvania will be increasingly friendly to energy-efficient businesses under his administration, Wolf said. He also touted his plan to reduce the corporate income tax. The tax currently is 9.99 percent; Wolf said he wants it reduced to 5.99 percent by next year.
September 20, 2014 |
Plant spring bulbs now. The earlier you plant bulbs, the longer they'll have time to grow roots before cold weather sets in. You can plant each bulb in a separate hole, but if you dig larger holes to fit a number of bulbs together, they'll come up in more natural-looking clusters. Each bulb should be planted to a depth three times its diameter. After you've dug the hole to the correct depth, lightly sprinkle bulb fertilizer in the bottom of the hole to stimulate root growth, then cover the fertilizer with a half-inch of soil to avoid burning the roots.
September 9, 2014 |
Barry Ersek was a precocious lawn-care magnate. Steve Lange was a self-taught plant scientist at a Delaware bank that wanted brighter gardens. With 35 employees, they now run Holganix (as in holistic organics ), a Glen Mills company that manufactures liquid compost-starter - their brew of fermented, pasteurized and refrigerated sugars, bacteria and yeast - plus cooling units, jugs and applicators to spread it on lawns, farms and ballfields. Sales to NFL teams, Ivy League colleges, and landscaping services that want to use less chemical fertilizer and pest-killer nearly tripled in each of the last three years, to $4.4 million, landing Holganix on this year's Inc. 500 list of fast-growing U.S. firms.
August 2, 2014 |
Keys, Williams expecting babies It's on again for "It's on Again" singer Alicia Keys ! She's expecting her second child with hub Swizz Beatz , the hip-hopster who in April was accepted to Harvard Business School. The couple confirmed the rumors on their fourth wedding anniversary Thursday. Their son, Egypt Daoud , was born in October 2010. How I Met Your Mother 's Ashley Williams , 35, who also works as a certified doula - she has assisted in 50 births - says she and hub Neal Dodson are expecting their first bairn.