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Home of the Day: Stone Harbor Money Making Gem

Saturday November 22nd, 2014 10:47:00 AM
By Mike Mavromates, Luxury Property SpecialistHome of the Day is presented by the Philadelphia Business Journal with Long & Foster and Christie's International Real Estate. This is your invitation to view some of the most-luxurious properties for sale. Come inside and take a look around. Click on the gallery image view today's featured property.258 83rd Street, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247 | $679,000One of the lowest and best priced homes in Stone Harbor for this Gorgeous, well maintained two story…

Home of the Day: Elegance and Privacy on the Delaware Bay

Saturday November 22nd, 2014 10:43:00 AM
By Sheila Erikson, Luxury Property SpecialistHome of the Day is presented by the Philadelphia Business Journal with Long & Foster and Christie's International Real Estate. This is your invitation to view some of the most-luxurious properties for sale. Come inside and take a look around. Click on the gallery image view today's featured property.205 Route 47 North, Goshen, NJ 08210 | $1,995,000To everything there is a season, and the owners are looking to pass their custodianship of their magnificent…

Local business owners to be featured in National Geographic Traveler editorial

Friday November 21st, 2014 09:00:00 PM
The Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau has partnered with National Geographic Traveler magazine for an editorial project centered on showcasing the city and some of its movers and shakers.The 10-page editorial will showcase 12 profiles of "Philadelphia originals" — restaurateurs, jewelry makers, artists and craft brewers, among others — that have had a hand at reviving the city.Here's who made the list:Anna Bario and Page Neal Ben Volta Ellen Yin Eric and Ryan Berley Dan and Trish…

Women of Distinction event photos

Friday November 21st, 2014 08:04:00 PM
This year's Women of Distinction were honored at a PBJ awards dinner Tuesday at Vie. Thirty-one women and two companies received recognition for empowering women in the business community.Each winner was acknowledged on stage and recited a six-word memoir. For example, Robin Widdis said: "Pulled my bootstraps broke all ceilings." Denise Christian said: "Quiet competence, fortitude with overarching compassion."Each Women of Distinction winner was nominated by a peer for their career and community…

Villanova basketball teams up with secondary ticket marketplace

Friday November 21st, 2014 06:59:00 PM
Villanova Athletics has entered into a deal with Chicago-based Vivid Seats Ltd. to serve as the university basketball team's secondary ticket marketplace partner.The partnership was created to provide Wildcat fans who are not season-ticket holders with an opportunity to securely purchase tickets to sold-out men's basketball games. It also gives season-ticket holders looking to sell seats an alternative to the ticket transfer system offered through Villanova's online ticket office.Vince Nicastro,…

Village of Taunton Forge to get redeveloped

Friday November 21st, 2014 06:42:00 PM
MEDFORD, N.J. — The owner of the Village of Taunton Forge plans to undertake a $15 million to $20 million renovation of the dated shopping center that was constructed four decades ago and has faced some vacancies and challenges in recent years.When Joe DePetris first bought the roughly 40 acres where the Village of Taunton Forge now stands, he had an eye toward seizing on an increasing popularity of this part of South Jersey as a residential community. Originally built as a resort area, Medford…

Soccer pals seek profits from passion

Friday November 21st, 2014 06:00:00 PM
A friendship built on a love of soccer has produced a new Philadelphia company targeting people who share their passion for the sport.Ebun Olaloye, 25, and Dom Cucinotta, 27, are the founders of Live Breathe Futbol — a soccer lifestyle apparel company that has its own brand of shirts, scarves and caps.The duo met playing pick-up soccer games as students at Temple University."We'd be playing soccer at 10 p.m. on a Friday night when other people were going to parties," said Cucinotta, a film…

South Jersey industrial market picking up steam

Friday November 21st, 2014 05:49:00 PM
SWEDESBORO, N.J. — Beginning at about 4 a.m., the first of three shifts of Taylor Farms employees gets busy preparing and packaging hundreds of food items in a warehouse-distribution center off Heron Drive in this South Jersey community."This is like rush hour for us," said Philip Camerota, maintenance manager of Taylor Farms.The fresh fruit, vegetables, salads and sandwich wraps are all prepared in a sanitized environment kept at a cool 37 degrees. Twenty-two different machines are operating…

Luke Palladino talks Revel's failure and his new Philadelphia restaurant

Friday November 21st, 2014 05:00:00 PM
Chef Luke Palladino is gearing up to have Palladino's — his first Philadelphia restaurant on 1934 E. Passyunk Ave. — up-and-running just in time for Christmas. ( See photos of the work in progress).Before working to open the 120-seat Italian steakhouse housed in the space once occupied by Colombo's that burned in 2012, Palladino was an Atlantic City veteran, opening three restaurants simultaneously inside the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in 2003, as well as a restaurant in the now-defunct Revel…

Coriell Institute denies freezer foul-up alleged in lawsuit by Michael J. Fox Foundation

Friday November 21st, 2014 04:00:00 PM
The Coriell Institute for Medical Research is denying allegations that it failed to properly care for blood and cerebrospinal fluid samples. The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research hired Coriell to store the samples, but filed a lawsuit last month claiming that two Parkinson's research studies were compromised after a freezer door at the Camden facility was not properly closed.The Michael J. Fox Foundation invested more than $55 million in research using those samples.In its response,…


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