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Getting Warmer

Getting Warmer
…From the pages of South Jersey Magazine…

Every winter, people complain about how cold it is outside. They walk into your home or office and will tell you that it is cold. Soooo cold, they’ll say. It’s freeeeezing, they might add. As if you didn’t know it’s winter outside. Now, I’m guilty of this myself, believe me. There must be something therapeutic about mouthing the words to others.

Every winter, people complain about how cold it is outside. They walk into your Well, if you’re like me, you’ve been counting down the days until March 20, the first official day of spring. While we didn’t quite receive the wallop of snow that we did last year, this winter has presented its own challenges, not the least of which have been the brutally cold, near record-low temperatures. Did I happen to mention that it’s cold outside? Soooo cold, in fact, the few occasions where the thermometer has climbed to nearly 40 degrees have felt downright tropical.

Every winter, people complain about how cold it is outside. They walk into your After hibernating inside for most of the winter, I think we are all looking forward to getting outside and soaking up the sun again. Whether crowded around Little League fields or perhaps at a concert in the park, South Jersey seems to come alive in the spring and summer.

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Every winter, people complain about how cold it is outside. They walk into your As we all gear up for the transition, we are pleased to present this month’s issue. To heat things up just a bit, we have a red-hot superstar gracing our cover. Grammy-winner Miranda Lambert is one of music’s hottest artists and we were thrilled to talk with her leading up to her upcoming show in A.C.

Every winter, people complain about how cold it is outside. They walk into your Nobody’s been a hotter name in the NHL this season than South Jersey’s own Johnny Gaudreau. The Salem County native has arrived as one of hockey’s biggest stars and he’s poised to become even bigger, yet he remains extremely grounded and very much family-oriented. There’s a lot of reasons to root for the kid they call “Johnny Hockey.”

Every winter, people complain about how cold it is outside. They walk into your We also tackle the hot topic discussion over the state’s Grow NJ program and what it could truly mean for business and quality of life in Camden and beyond.

Every winter, people complain about how cold it is outside. They walk into your Also in this issue, we examine one local family’s very public legal battle over a child’s college education; tell you what to be on the lookout for this spring at the area’s private and public golf courses; and speak with rock ‘n’ roll legend Robby Krieger, guitarist of The Doors. Things certainly appear to be heating up.

Every winter, people complain about how cold it is outside. They walk into your Kind regards,
Peter J. Proko
Editor-in-Chief

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 11, Issue 12 (March, 2015).
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Author: Peter Proko; Editor-In-Chief

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