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FREE EVENTS FOR EVERYONE It’s a good year for free things to do. I am surprised by how many townships in Southern New Jersey are putting together “movie nights” and festivals at little or no cost for admission. With many people feeling the pressure from the bad economy, it is tougher than ever to find things to do. We must remember that spending time with our loved ones, friends, and families is the most important and rewarding thing we can do. Take advantage of the many free events available. Take a date, girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, or wife to the free jazz concerts on the beach in Atlantic City. Stroll through the farmer’s markets in Atlantic City or the Camden Waterfront. Many of Southern New Jersey wineries have free tastings and will let you walk through the vineyards. Check with your township to see what free events they are hosting or planning. Many have free movie nights with an emphasis on family movies. In this issue of the Society Page we have listed some in Atlantic City. Galloway Township also has movie nights and even offers discounted tickets to theme parks for residents of Galloway. In August, almost every town hosts its “National Night Out”. In many towns this is a big event with a large assortment of vendors and things for the kids to do. Of course, as a car nut, I have to mention that if you like cars, most car shows are free to spectators and display many great antique cars, muscle cars, and hot rods. Even some townships host car shows. Some of those are Hammonton, Burlington, and Merchantville. Merchantville’s car show is this Saturday, July 14, with hundreds of cars, 9 DJ’s, and an Elvis show. They also have a rock-wall, moon-bounce, hula hoop & limbo contest, and petting zoo. That’s a big car show. It’s also a great way to draw business to their business district but you don’t have to spend any money to have a great time. Times are tough for a lot of people but luckily, there are quite a few people working hard to make sure there are still things that you can do for free. Make a plan to take your family out to one of these events and share some quality time together.

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SOUTH JERSEY EVENTS

BALLYS RESORTS July 7 Boxing Majewski vs. Fitzpatrick July 26-29 Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival

BOARDWALK HALL July 29 Erique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez and Wisin Y Yandel August 4 Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band August 17 3 Gigantes Tour August 29-Sept 2 Cirque Du Soleil Dralion Sept 7 American Idol Live Sept 15 Madonna

BORGATA June 23 Beck June 29 The Jacksons June 29 John Oates Band June 30 Crosby, Stills & Nash July 1 Styx, REO Speedwagon & Ted Nugent July 6-7 James Taylor July 7 Rev Run & DJ Ruckus July 8 Sarah McLachlan July 13 Squeez & B-52s July 15 Stevie Nicks July 20-21 Santana

CAESARS June 23 Ringo Starr & his All Starr Band June 29-July 4 Mary J. Blige July 13-20 Blue Man Group July 31-Aug 5 Donny and Marie Aug 14-Sept 2 Rock of Ages Oct 6 Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson

GOLDEN NUGGET June 24-26 World Pong Tour Championship July 13-15 Fakefest 2012 on the Deck

June 23 Debbie Reynolds June 30 Cage Fury Fighting Championship July 21 Air Supply Juy 27 Title Wave Boxing ESPN Aug 11 Tony Danza Oct 27 Giogos Mazonakis

REVEL July 13 Nickelback July 14 Def Leppard July 20 Seal July 27 Summerland Tour Aug 3 Gipsy Kings Aug 11 Journey Aug 25 Duran Duran Sept 8 Barry Manilow

TROPICANA Till June 28 Spring Jazz Concert June 22 The Romantics June 30 Dom Irrera July 7 Cedric The Entertainer July 13 Yes with very Special Guest Procol Harum July 27-28 Alla Duhova's Todes Contemporary Russian Ballet Aug 3 Jennifer Rogers: Psychic Medium Medical Intuitive Aug 11 Carlos Mencia

TAJ MAHAL July 4 The Commodores July 13 Paintin the Town Tour 2012 wih Darryl Worley, David Lee Murphy and Bo Bice July 21 Boston Aug 11 Bill Engvall Aug 25 Al Green Aug 31 The Charlie Daniels Band Sept 1 Louis C.K.

Sept 1-2 Bubba Gump Shrimp Fest on the Deck

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AC Phone Numbers

June 27-July 8 Celtic Thunder July 14 Vinnie Favorito July 21 Robin Thicke

Bally's: (609) 340-2709 Borgata: (609) 677-1000 Caesars: (800) 677-SHOW Harrah's: (800) 2-HARRAH Hilton: (609) 340-7160 Ocean City Music Pier: (609) 525-9248 Resorts: (800) 322-SHOW Sands: (609) 441-4137 Showboat: (800) 736-1420 Tropicana: (609) 340-4020 Trump Plaza: (609) 441-6000 Trump Taj Mahal: (609) 4495150

July 27 Bill Cosby

HOUSE OF BLUES SHOWBOAT June 22 Gaslight Anthem June 23 112 with Faith Evans July 6 Disco Biscuits July 7 Papa Roach July 10 Sevendust July 13 Zeds Dead July 14 Barstool Blackout Tour FOAM July 21 Matisyahu July 27 Meat Loaf Aug 3 Carnival of Madness

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13th Annual Jazz on the Beach Type: Concerts, FamilyDates: Jul 5 - Aug 30, 2012Location: Atlantic CityAddress: Kennedy Plaza: Between Mississippi & Georgia Avenues on the Boardwalk Phone: 609-441-9064Admission: FreeHours: Thursdays Only 7:00pm - 10:00pm Description: July 5: The Brenda Brass Ensemble & Odean Pope Quartet July 12: Crosswinds & Tim Warfield Quartet July 19: Tony Perez (Ola Latina) & WebbThomas Superband July 26: Gina Roche & Kimberly Thompson Quartet Aug 2: Chicken Bone Beach Youth Jazz Ensemble & Orin Evans Quartet Aug 9: Tori Gee & Javon Jackson Band Aug 16: Dwain Davis & Bill Jacobs Ensemble Aug 23: George A. Johnson Jr. & Taeko' Aug 30: Luke Carlos O'Reilly & Mimi Jones Quartet Friday Night Movies Under The Stars Type: Family, Festivals/EventsDates: Jul 6 - Aug 31, 2012Location: Atlantic CityAddress: Bartram & The Boardwalk Phone: 609-344-8338Admission: Free admissionHours: All movies will begin promptly at dusk Description: • Jul 6 Tintin •Jul 13 Puss In Boots • Jul 20 The Karate Kid (2010) • Jul 27 Gnomeo & Juliet • Aug 3 The Muppets (2011) • Aug 10 Diary Of A Wimpy Kid • Aug 18 Smurfs • Aug 24 Rango •Aug 31 Alvin & The Chipmunks 12th Atlantic City Farmers Market Type: Food/WineDates: Jul 5 - Sept 29, 2012Location: Atlantic CityAddress: City of Atlantic City Center City Park located on Atlantic Avenue Between North and South Carolina avenues. Phone: 609-3475300Admission: Hours: Thursdays and Saturdays 9am -3pm Description: Farmers from south jersey offer a wide selection of farm fresh fruits like strawberries, blueberries, grapes, peaches, apples and oranges to vegetables like squash, cucumbers, radishes, lettuce and scrumptious sweet Jersey corn. Farmgrown, freshly-cut flowers. home-made tomato pies, handcrafter jewelry and candles are also available.

Make a Bread Basket Workshop - NOYES MUSEUM Saturday, July 14: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm $24 materials fee Adults Registration Deadline: 7/3 Niki Giberson will guide you through the creation of a handwoven bread basket. This 8" x 10" seagrass accented basket is a great beginner project as it incorporates weaving and twining methods and oak handles. Each participant will leave with a completed basket in this 2 hour workshop. Advance registration required. Atlantic City Food & Wine Festival, Thursday- Sunday, July 26th29th. Festival will enjoy four days of events, tastings and celebrity chef appearances that showcase the city’s abundant culinary offerings. Hot Air Balloon Festival, Friday- Sunday, July 27th-29th. The Quick Chek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning is the largest summertime hot air balloon and music festival in North America. From twice daily mass ascensions of over 100 special shape and sport hot air balloons, to headlining concerts, non-stop family entertainment, hundreds of crafters and vendors, great food, fireworks, a balloon glow, a 5k run and more, the festival is jam-packed with stuff to do. This year there will be a special Breakfast with the Balloons VIP ticket available for Sunday. Readington NJ

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THE WEEK IN MUSIC

Active Rock 1 VOLBEAT Still Counting 2 LINKIN PARK Burn It Down 3 SLASH You’re A Lie 4 CHEVELLE Hats Off To The Bull 5 SHINEDOWN Unity 6 OFFSPRING Days Go By

Top 40

7 GODSMACK Rocky Mountain Way 8 SOUNDGARDEN Live To Rise 9 ADELITAS WAY Criticize

1 MAROON 5 Payphone f/Wiz Khali...

10 BLACK KEYS Gold On The Ceiling

2 CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe

11 FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Coming Down

3 GOTYE Somebody That I Used...

12 P.O.D. Lost In Forever

4 RIHANNA Where Have You Been

13 DEUCE America

5 ELLIE GOULDING Lights

14 STAIND Now

6 KATY PERRY Wide Awake

15 ART OF DYING Sorry

7 USHER Scream

16 SERJ TANKIAN Figure It Out

8 ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beaut...

17 SAVING ABEL Bringing Down The Gi...

9 NICKI MINAJ Starships

18 ARANDA Satisfied

10 FUN. We Are Young f/Janel...

19 OTHERWISE Soldiers

11 DAVID GUETTA Titanium f/Sia

20 HELLYEAH Band Of Brothers

12 FLO RIDA Wild Ones f/Sia

21 REDLIGHT KING Comeback

13 GYM CLASS HEROES The Fighter f/Ryan T...

22 CHARM CITY DEVILS Man Of Constant Sorr...

14 PITBULL Back In Time

23 FOO FIGHTERS Bridge Burning

15 JUSTIN BIEBER Boyfriend

24 HALESTORM I Miss The Misery

16 CALVIN HARRIS Let’s Go f/Ne-Yo

25 AEROSMITH Legendary Child

17 DEMI LOVATO Give Your Heart A Br...

26 SEETHER Here And Now

18 KARMIN Broken Hearted

27 DEAD SARA Weatherman

19 ONE DIRECTION One Thing

28 MARILYN MANSON No Reflection

20 HAVANA BROWN We Run The Night f/P...

29 BLACK STONE CHERRY Like I Roll

21 CHER LLOYD Want U Back

30 STELLAR REVIVAL The Crazy Ones

22 RITA ORA How We Do (Party)

31 10 YEARS Backlash

23 B.O.B Both Of Us f/Taylor ...

32 RISE AGAINST Wait For Me

24 KATY PERRY Part Of Me

33 RUSH Headlong Flight

25 THE WANTED Chasing The Sun

34 RED LINE CHEMISTRY Unspoken

26 CALVIN HARRIS Feel So Close

35 RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS Look Around

27 NEON TREES Everybody Talks

36 SIXX A.M. Are You With Me Now

28 ADELE Rumour Has It

37 MARK TREMONTI You Waste Your Time

29 FLO RIDA Whistle

38 IN THIS MOMENT Blood

30 JASON MRAZ I Won’t Give Up

39 FOXY SHAZAM Holy Touch

31 OWL CITY & CARLY RAE JEPSEN Good Time

40 EVANESCENCE The Other Side

32 GROUPLOVE Tongue Tied

41 MY DARKEST DAYS Sick And Twisted Aff...

33 OUTASIGHT Now Or Never

42 FINDING CLYDE Get Higher

34 KELLY CLARKSON Dark Side

43 HOOBASTANK This Is Gonna Hurt

35 KIRKO BANGZ Drank In My Cup

44 LOSTPROPHETS Bring ‘Em Down

36 SAMMY ADAMS Only One

45 EMPHATIC Put Down The Drink

37 ALEX CLARE Too Close

46 WAYLAND Welcome To My Head

38 MATCHBOX TWENTY She’s So Mean

47 GASLIGHT ANTHEM 45

39 FUN. Some Nights

48 BARONESS Take My Bones Away

40 DRAKE The Motto f/Lil Wayn...

49 DIRTY HEADS Spread Too Thin 50 GROUPLOVE Tongue Tied

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APPLEBEES MON-FRI 3-6PM $1 OFF ALL BAR DRINKS $3.99 APP MENUMOZZARELLA STICKS BUFFALO WINGS BONELESS WINGS CHEESEBURGER SLIDERS CURRAN'S IRISH INN MON-FRI 4-6PM $3 THREE OLIVES DRINKS AND SHOTS $2 DOMESTIC PINTS $4 IMPORTED PINTS $2.50 DOMESTIC BOTTLES $3.50 IMPORTED BOTTLES PALMYRA FRED & ETHELS LANTERN LIGHT TAVERN MON-FRI 4-6PM COMPLIMENTARY MUNCHIES 75 CENTS OFF BEER, WINE & MIXED DRINKS SMITHVILLE GOODFELLOWS MON-FRI 4-8PM ALL HOUSE DRINKS IMPORTED & DOMESTIC BEERS & MOST APPETIZERS 1/2 PRICE GALLOWAY JUGHANDLE INN MON-THUR 3-6PM 1/2 PRICE WINGS $2 PINTS OF COORS LIGHT & MILLER LITE CINNAMINSON OTTS RESTAURANTS MON-FRI 4-6PM HAPPIER HOUR 10-MIDNIGHT $2.50 COORS LIGHT BOTTLES $2.50 YUENGLING BOTTLES $2 COORS LIGHT & YUENGLING DRAFTS

RICHEEZ MON-FRI 3-6PM $1.50 DOMESTIC DRAFT $2 HOUSE DRINKS FREE BAR BUFFET FRIDAY 4-6PM HI-NELLA STARKY'S POUR HOUSE 11AM-7PM ALL DAY HAPPY HOUR $2 DOMESTIC 12 OZ. BOTTLES $2.50 CORONA BOTTLES $2.75 12 OZ. IMPORT BOTTLES WATERFORD WORKS SKEETERS PUB SUN-THUR 3-6PM 1/2 OFF SELECTED FOOD $2 WELL DRINKS $3 WINE BLENHEIM STONE GRILLE EVERYDAY 3-7PM $2 DOMESTIC DRAFTS $2.75 23 OZ. DOMESTIC DRAFTS $2.50 DOMESTIC BOTTLES $4 HOUSE WINE $4.50 WELL DRINKS $5 PIZZAS $5 LOADED NACHOS $5 ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES W/FRIES

South Jersey Car Shows & Cruises Beer CraZy by Contributing Writer, Nick Gaudio This week’s beer is Allagash White. From Portland, Maine, this Belgian Witbier is one of the best of its category for domestically brewed beer. It pours a cloudy yellow, due to the unfiltered wheat, with a white, foamy head. It has an extremely drinkable sweet citrus, clove, and coriander flavor that goes down just as smoothly as it hits the tongue. For those unaccustomed to unfiltered wheat beer, do not shy away from Allagash because of the cloudiness. On a warm day, one of these served with a lemon wedge can be the most refreshing beverage choice. The Society Page Best Dressed

Every Week We Pick A Best Dressed. IF THIS IS YOU YOU JUST WON A $25 GIFT CARD FROM FRED & ETHELS IN SMITHVILLE VILLAGE TO CLAIM YOUR GIFT CARD GO TO FRED & ETHELS BRING THIS AND ASK FOR TOM. BRING ID

American Collectors Insurance and Hemmings Motor News July 13, 2012 from 4pm - 7pm for a night of celebration, fun, and showcasing collector cars American Collectors Insurance 496 Kings Highway North Cherry Hill, NJ BRITISH CAR OWNERS ICE CREAM SOCIAL 18th Annual SATURDAY JULY 21, 2012 6:00 PM TO 8:30 PM 5 POINTS CUSTARD (former Maplewood Custard) E. LANDIS AVE. (RT. 540) & TUCKAHOE RD. (RT. 557) EAST VINELAND, NJ Merchantville’s car show is this Saturday, July 14, with hundreds of cars, 9 DJ’s, and an Elvis show. They also have a rock-wall, moonbounce, hula hoop & limbo contest, and petting zoo. Contct Harry 609-519-7225 Thursdays * 7PM * Sonic * Rio Grande Cape May County Thursdays @7PM - 9PM. Generally a few nice mustangs, corvettes, and a lot of classic cars. SOUTH JERSEY CAMARO CLUB Presents the “2nd Annual SOUTH JERSEY CAMARO SHOW” Hosted by BENNETT CHEVROLET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2012 Trophies will be awarded for First, Second and Third places July 21st (Rain Date July 22nd) Hamilton Grove Care & Rehabilitation Ctr. Antique and Classic Car Show, ? 2300 Hamilton Avenue, Hamilton, NJ, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. By Central Jersey Antique Car Club. Show open to cars 20 yrs. and older. Goody bags. D.J. and 50/50. Bring bag lunch and coolers. No fee to enter. Contact Joe D'Angelo; phone (609) 586-1183; e-mail joedangeol71@aol.com; website: www.cjacc.com.??

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South Jersey Wineries Get More Info at SouthJerseyWine.com Amalthea Cellars Atco

Tomasello Winery Hammonton

Auburn Road Vineyards Pilesgrove

Turdo Vineyards & Winery N Cape May

Bellview Winery Landisville

Valenzano Winery Shamong

Brook Hollow Winery Columbia

Wagonhouse Winery Swedesboro

Cape May Winery & Vineyard Cape May Cedarvale Vineyard/ Cedarvale Winery Logan Twp Chestnut Run Farm Pilesgrove Coda Rossa Franklinville Cream Ridge Winery Cream Ridge DiBella Winery Woolwich DiMatteo Vineyards Hammonton Hawk Haven Vineyards Rio Grande Heritage Vineyards Mullica Hopewell Valley Vineyards Pennington Natali Vineyards, LLC Cape May Court House Plagido's Winery Hammonton Renault Winery Galloway (America's longest operating vineyard) Sharrott Winery Blue Anchor Silver Decoy Winery East Windsor Swansea Vineyards Shiloh Sylvin Farms Germania Terhune Orchards Vineyard & Winery Princeton

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Gentleman…Start Your Engines!!!!! Author: George Chopek, ECR Staff Writer Photos: Erik Delbuono, ECR Photographer See More at ExoticCarResource.com

What goes best with Porsches, Ferrari’s, Aston Martins, Lamborghini’s, Corvettes, Vipers, AMG’s and a host of other exotic cars? Well…..fine wine of course! And the newest premier exotic car rally on the east coast of the United States brings them together like nowhere else. It began as an idea to bring the charm and class of legendary car events, like those from the Italian Countryside and the South of France, to the shores of the United States. This idea grew from a thought and dream to a reality because of the vision of one man and his wife. Chuck Knutson, of Knutson Publication fame, with the help of his wife and partner, Jamie Knutson, took their passion for exotic cars and fine wines and set out on a mission. “The East Coast of the US, particularly the growing wine industry in Southern New Jersey, has so much to offer, why can’t we have a premier event just like they have in Europe? The answer is we can!!!!” Chuck Knutson means what he says and says what he means. Welcome to the Vigneto Rally. When Exotic Car Resource heard about the Vigneto Rally, we jumped at the chance to be part of the inaugural event. So, ECR entered the rally as a participant to fully appreciate what this new premier rally would be like from the driver’s seat. Piloting a classic Ferrari, I was in the mix while other not so lucky ECR staffers had to tag along to take photos and get the outside perspective. For me, as the pilot of the ECR Ferrari, I had to suffer along for the sake of good journalism. Sometimes this job is very hard. Arriving at the start of the rally, the New Jersey Motorsports Park, I was greeted by the fleet of attendee exotics, which included nearly every type of exotic car you could drool over. Italy, Germany and America were all well represented. It was a sight to be seen as they all lined up and let the morning sun glisten off their perfect finishes. After admiring each other’s cars and getting to know one another, all the attendees were summoned to the NJMP Officers Club area for a greeting and introduction. At this time, Chuck Knutson welcomed the group and set the stage for the day’s event. Soon thereafter, the Mayor of Millville (NJMP’s home city) Tim Shannon helped us get ready to “start our engines”. A Champagne toast, and off we went to the cars. The next phase of the Rally led us on a five lap trip around the Thunderbolt Raceway at NJMP. Seeing so many exotic pieces of art lap the professional course was a dream that could not be broken with any size pinch. This was a great start to a great day. After making our racetrack debut, it was out of the park and on to the road. Once on the road, the drive was awesome. A convoy of exotic cars made their way along some of the most beautiful roads Southern New Jersey has to offer. The first twenty minute driving leg was fantastic and all the drivers were clearly enjoying sharing the road with other rolling works of art. When we arrived at our first stop, the Coda Rossa Winery in Franklinville, NJ, we were greeted by a wonderful vineyard set in the countryside of southern New Jersey. This quint vineyard welcomed the rally with open arms and wine tastings that showed off the quality of their hard work. The attendees got full access to all the vineyard had to offer while enjoying conversation with new friends. After about an hour of living the life of relaxation, it was back to the cars for some more spirited driving through the countryside and on to the next stop. Arriving at the Bellview Winery we find another beautiful vineyard reminiscent of the California wineries, minus the mountains. More of the same….relax, meet wonderful people and enjoy the view of the vineyard and exotic cars. After another hour or so, off we went. Once again following the route which leads us through the beautiful town of Hammonton, NJ where Main Street was lined with people awaiting the arrival of the exotic car rally. As we passed through Hammonton, the people cheered on the drivers and snapped pictures of the rare hardware. After the “parade”, another scenic ride leads us to the rallies next stop, the Valanzano Winery. This sprawling winery is beset by waterfalls and a rustic old school style dining hall. All rally attendees once again got to taste the wine and tour the facility, which was impressive to say the least. A short while later, it was off to the final stop of the day….the Renault Winery located In Galloway Township, NJ. The drive to Renault was the best driving leg of the Rally which brought us through Southern New Jersey’s finest country side. Lakes, Blueberry Fields and open plains of farm land only interrupted by a winding piece of roadway, custom made for a Sunday drive in a fine automobile. What a blast!!! When we arrived at our final stop at Renault Winery, all the cars were given VIP parking for an end of the day car show. Spectators got to see these beautiful machines with the backdrop of Renault; which can only be described as stunning. While the cars relaxed, the owners did the same in the Renault Grand Ball Room where a chef prepared six course meal was offered up and enjoyed by all. At the end of the day, the rally participants were called up to the stage to receive a gift basket filled to the top with wonderful mementos. Once everyone was full on great food, it was time to head for home to put the car to bed and re-live the day’s events. I know that I spent many hours afterwards enjoying the memories of the day and looking forward to the next Vigneto Rally. Events such as this are rare in our neck of the woods. Bringing the exotic car community together for such a fine event is a site to behold and one to remember for a lifetime. So, If you are an exotic car lover and have ever dreamed of experiencing the historic rallies and concourse events we all read about in Europe; dream no longer. Come to the Vigneto Rally and experience it first hand, right here in the good ole’ U.S of A. Chuck Knutson made the dream a reality for all of us. Thanks Chuck…..I look forward to seeing you there next year. For more information and photos about the Vigneto Rally, visit: www.vignetorally.com.

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