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Easter ala Kugel

My mom’s mother, Mary Palinroda, was a cook for many Jewish restaurants in New York City way back in the 1930s. She accumulated a lot

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Back on Target

Falling short of your goals? In a period of stagnation? It may be time to spring clean your routine. Here are a few tips and

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Link to Viruses?

Earlier this month, the New York Times reported on a recent study that predicts the effects of global warming on viruses moving between various species

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Kimble Glass

Kimble Glass Company, Vineland’s long-standing glass manufacturer, is truly a tale of two cities, spanning the Midwest to the East

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Charles K., Jr.

It’s fair to say that Charles K. Landis Jr. never experienced the same spotlight as that of his father, founder

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Testimonials

With up to 82 percent of consumers reading online reviews before making a purchase decision, using testimonials in content marketing has proven to be effective

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Market Strategies

Part one, published two weeks ago in this space, discussed online marketing possibilities along with creative and unique traditional marketing. Part two of Ways to

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Market Strategies

Marketing your small business may sound tough and expensive, but technology allows small businesses to efficiently budget, advertise, create awareness, and network at a low

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How It Works

Have you heard about Xspero but are unsure what it is? The simple answer: Xspero is a smartphone app, invented right here in Cumberland County,

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Sensei Says…

Being mindful of your health (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual) has become exceedingly important during the challenging times we face today. Cultivating healthy choices, including a

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Cue the Chorus

One of my friends lives adjacent to the Manumuskin Creek here in Cumberland County, not far from Peaslee Wildlife Management Area. He described hearing a

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Easter ala Kugel

My mom’s mother, Mary Palinroda, was a cook for many Jewish restaurants in New York City way back in the 1930s. She accumulated a lot

Read More »

Back on Target

Falling short of your goals? In a period of stagnation? It may be time to spring clean your routine. Here are a few tips and

Read More »

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