There is a lot of… stuff, floating around the New Jersey interwebs about how uninterested and uninformed New Jersey residents seem to be with the upcoming November 3rd election. Many say that this will be the lowest turnout ever, and in one instance, we have journalistic proof that at least in Cherry Hill, nobody gives… Read More November 3rd Should be Opposite Day in New Jersey
I bussed tables and I waited tables for not-so-busy restaurants. I had a lot of time to read the labor rights poster in the back of the restaurant, and one thing about my pay always caught my eye, yet I never acted on it. But you sure can! If you work in a New Jersey restaurant,… Read More A Tip For Tipped Employees in NJ
In a recent online video, Virtua Hospital’s President Rich Miller took to the interwebs to announce his hospital’s pending court battle over a controversial piece of NJ legislation which “legally” (for now) took EMS service responsibility in the City of Camden away from Virtua, and handed them over to Cooper Hospital. He also announced “political… Read More Hospital CEOs to Influence NJCD1 Race? Probably!
Camden has been fighting to resurrect itself as a city, from the inside and out. There have been several campaigns that have focused on providing a positive public image of the city. All of these campaigns were important, and the stigma that surrounds the city seems to be diminishing. It is a little bit of… Read More Advertise Camden Events, as Camden Events
And it still does. The most recent Facebook Hoax scared the hell out of me. Not because I actually thought that Facebook was about to use my profile’s information in order to make a profit without my consent. Not because I thought Facebook was going to cost money to use. And most importantly, the hoax… Read More The Facebook Hoax Scared The Hell Out Of Me