Let’s Consolidate Grants in Camden

Since 2009, Camden City has received $4,444,709 from the EPA for environmental remediation, largely through grants to the Camden Redevelopment Agency. With that total, $1,144,710 has gone towards community-wide assessments, which is more than 25% of all federal environmental grants given to the city and agency since 2009, according to the EPA’s website. These grants… Read More Let’s Consolidate Grants in Camden

Tailgating in Camden? Know These Five Waterfront Restaurants

There’s a lot of preparation that goes into tailgating at the SBC. I mean, you need to buy beverages, pack a cooler, buy ice, collect your friends, and then panic about the sunscreen that your fair-skinned-self forgot on a hot June afternoon. Let’s not forget about that one friend, that everyone has, who takes tailgating way… Read More Tailgating in Camden? Know These Five Waterfront Restaurants

Camden Shouldn’t Tolerate 92.5 XTU’s Concert Goers

June 2016 Update: Country Concert Proves Violent, Again Original Article Below: May 31st, 2015 For years now, the 92.5 XTU concert has been well documented as perhaps the worst day Camden City will see all year. Despite Camden’s notorious label as “The Most Dangerous City in America”, this single concert routinely results in numerous fights, and… Read More Camden Shouldn’t Tolerate 92.5 XTU’s Concert Goers

Light Your Torch and Bang Your Drum, New Jersey!

My favorite writer from PolitickerNJ, Jay Lassiter, recently wrote an extremely interesting article about the top four things that bother him most about Trenton politicians. Given that New Jersey has one of the most volatile political climates where citizen voices are often not heard, I figure that we should all do the same, and we… Read More Light Your Torch and Bang Your Drum, New Jersey!