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South Jersey Wines, A Family Legacy Stone Temple Pilots Aug 24, 2012 9:00 pm (Friday) Revel Ovation Hall 500 Boardwalk Atlantic City, NJ 08401 While the critics have never liked them , STP (Stone Temple Pilots), have always been loved by their fans. In fact, in 1994, Rolling Stone Magazine’s critics labeled STP the worst new band while their readers voted them best new band. It didn’t seem to matter what the critics said, by 1994 STP had won a Grammy for their performance of “Plush”. They also won Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist and Heavy Metal/Hard Rock New Artist at the American Music Awards. The band was originally known as “Mighty Joe Young” and performed at many notable California clubs. Believe it or not, the band took its new name from the motor oil STP and its iconic stickers which were seen everywhere in the 70’s and 80’s. Using just the initials form the sticker they finally agreed on the name, Stone Temple Pilots. I was an early adopter and promoter of the band’s music. As a radio station owner/operator in the early 90’s, my partner and I decided that the “Modern Rock/Alternative Rock” format was the right one for us. We loved the new music and had grown tired of the same old thing on the FM dial. In the early 90’s, many of the bands that are staples of today were new and unheard of. STP was one of those, along with No Doubt, Rage Against The Machine, and many more. Much of it was termed “grunge rock” but I think it was just backlash against all those overdone and over-processed 80’s bands. I guess guys just got tired of spending all that time doing their hair. Stone Temple Pilots most well-known songs are, Interstate Love Song, Sex Type Thing, Plush, Creep, and Wicked Garden. Before their dissolution in 2003, the band has had 16 top ten singles on the Billboard rock charts, eight of which peaked at No. 1 and one No. 1 album for Purple in 1994. STP split for a time but is now back together and touring regularly. They have many hits and well known songs that many people love. This weekend STP will be performing in Atlantic City at Revel Hotel Casino. If you are an STP fan, you should take this opportunity to see them. Front man Scott Weiland who also plays with Velvet Revolver is known to be controversial and may change bands again soon. Seeing the band will also give you the opportunity to check out Atlantic City’s newest casino. Story By Chuck Knutson

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The Cocktail Corner Beer School By Staff Writer Jaime Knutson

By Staff Writer Lionel Schnell Makes 4 Half Sheet Size Crackers

Pain Killer Ingredients:

Ingredients: 1/4 glass Rum (Pusser) 1/4 glass Cream of coconut 1/3 glass Pineapple juice Healthy splash Orange juice Sprinkle Nutmeg 1 Maraschino cherry Lots Ice Mixing instructions: Fill cup with ice. Pour Pusser's Rum to fill about 1/4 of the glass. Fill with an equal amount of Cream of Coconut (Coco Lopez is good. Add some pineapple juice and a good splash of orange juice. Shake well. Add cherry and sprinkly nutmeg. Grab a staw and get ready! This was originally made in the Britsh Virgin Islands -- Pussers is the official rum of the Royal British Navy. Alter the amount of rum to your taste. Sorry about the inexact measurements -- that's the way we do it down in de islans mon!

2 3/4Cups All-Purpose Flour, extra for rolling out the dough 1/2 CupSpent Grain 1 CupWort or Beer* 1 TSPKosher Salt Directions: Preheat oven to 350째 In the bowl of a standing mixer, or bowl, add the flour, spent grains from a batch of beer, Wort or Beer* and salt (1). Mix until dough comes together and firm, not to dry. If the dough is to wet, add more flour (1/4 cup at a time) or too dry (add a TBSP of Wort or Beer*) (2). Roll into a ball and wrap the bowl with a damp towel or plastic wrap and let sit for 30 minutes. Unwrap the bowl and remove the cracker dough to a cutting board. Sprinkle some extra flour onto the cutting board and some onto a rolling pin. Cut the dough into 4 equal portions. Working with one portion at a time (3), roll out to a thin sheet, approximately 1/8 to 1/16 of an inch thick. Wipe off any residual flour and place onto a half sheet pan/cookie sheet with either a piece of parchment paper or a silicone baking sheet. Optional: If you wish to add texture and flavor to this base recipe, you can use a pastry rub to apply a very thin coat of olive oil to the top of the rolled out dough. Then spread evenly either caraway seeds, coriander seeds and orange zest, or preserved lemon pieces to the top of the dough.

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To bake, add the half sheet pan in the center of your preheated oven. Bake for approximately 15-20 minutes, or until the dough is light brown. Remove from the oven and let rest. Repeat with remaining dough.

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SOUTH JERSEY EVENTS List Your South Jersey Events For FREE at SocietyPageMag.com View Events on Your Cell Phone or Tablet Today SocietyPageMag.com is Completely Mobile Friendly International Night Series at Kennedy Plaza

BALLYS RESORTS August 11 Battle at Bally's II

BOARDWALK HALL August 17 3 Gigantes Tour August 29-Sept 2 Cirque Du Soleil Dralion Sept 7 American Idol Live Sept 15 Madonna

BORGATA Aug 10 Il Divo Aug 11 The Dan Band Aug 11 Jay Leno Aug 12 Daughtry Aug 18 Roger Hodgson Aug 24 K.D. Lang Aug 25 Keith Urban Aug 25 Artie Lange Aug 31 Cheap Trick Aug 31 Gabriel Iglesias Sept 1 Train Sept 1-2 Il Volo Sept 2 Chris Tucker Sept 14 Art Garfunkel Sept 15 Kansas Sept 21 Ray Manzarek & Robby Krieger of the Doors Sept 22 Earth Wind & fire Sept 23 The Texas Tenors Sept 28 The Temptations Sept 29 Tony Bennett Oct 5-7 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

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Aug 11 Tony Danza Aug 18 Morris Day & the Time w/Special Guest BCAPP Oct 27 Giogos Mazonakis

REVEL Aug 11 Journey Aug 18 Reba Aug 24 Stone Temple Pilots Aug 25 Duran Duran Sept 1-2 Eagles Sept 8 Barry Manilow

TROPICANA Aug 11 Carlos Mencia Sept 15 The J. Geils Band Sept 21 Bret Michaels Sept 29 Adam Carolla Oct 5 Craig Ferguson Oct 20 Sinbad Oct 27-28 Al Bano

TAJ MAHAL Aug 11 Bill Engvall Aug 25 Al Green Aug 31 The Charlie Daniels Band Sept 1 Louis C.K. Sept 21 Ronnie Dunn Oct 13 Marinella and Natasa Theodoridou Live Oct 20 Don Rickles Nov 3 Irina Allegrova Farewell Tour

Aug 9 Sheryl Crow Aug 14-Sept 2 Rock of Ages Oct 6 Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson Oct 6 Ian Anderson Oct 12 Jackson Browne Oct 20 Fiona Apple

GOLDEN NUGGET Sept 1-2 Bubba Gump Shrimp Fest on the Deck

HARRAHS Sept 8 Buddy Guy & Jonny Lang Dec 1 Ron White

HOUSE OF BLUES SHOWBOAT Aug 10 Gogol Bordello Aug 16 Musiq Soulchild Aug 17 Jagged Edge & Dru Hill Aug 24 Legends of Hip Hop featuring Rakim, Biz Markie, Slick Rick & Special Ed Aug 29 Alanis Morissette Sept 2 Seether Sept 2 Creed Sept 14 Slash

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Type: Concerts, Family, ShowsDates: Jul 11 - Sept 5, 2012Location: Atlantic CityAddress: Kennedy Plaza, Mississippi Ave at The Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ Phone: 609-345-2269 ext. 3112Admission: FreeHours: Wednesdays only: Show time 7:00 pm Description: International Night Series returns to the AC Boardwalk on Wednesday evenings at Kennedy Plaza. 90-minute multi-cultural shows start at 7:00 pm and are free to the public. Aug 29 Korean Traditional Marching Band; Enjoy a meditative performance featuring the changgo, the traditional Korean hour-glass drum, adapted for p'ungnyu, the classic ensemble music of Korean nobility. Sept 5 Hawaiian Luau Entertainment; One minute hula girls are gracefully dancing to slow and relaxing Polynesian music, and the next the group turns up the heat.

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: 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: • 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.

AC Phone Numbers 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 Taj Mahal: (609) 449-5150

CES MMA Presents War At The Shore Type: Sports EventsDates: Aug 25, 2012Location: Atlantic CityAddress: Resorts Casino Hotel Phone: 609-340-6300Admission: $45, $65, $75 & $125Hours: Sat first bout 8:00pm Description: Main Event: Mike "The Beast" Campbell, 10-4 7KO from Providence RI Undercard: Kevin Roddy, 11-11 Strikeforce Veteran from Bticktown,NJ John Franchi 6-2 WEC Veteran from Courtland,NY Jason McLean 6-5 from Perth Amboy,NJ Cirque Du Soleil Dralion Type: Family, ShowsDates: Aug 29 - Sept 2, 2012Location: Atlantic CityAddress: Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall: 2301 Boardwalk Phone: 609-348-7000Admission: Adults: from $35 to $80; Children (12 & under) from $28 to $65; Military, Seniors & Students: from $31.50 to $67.50. A limited number of Premium tickets are also available for all performances. For group discounts, call 609-348-7023.Hours: Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat Show time 7:30pm; Sat 3:30pm and 7:30pm; Sun 1:00pm & 5:00pm Description: Fusing the 3000 year-old tradition of Chinese acrobatic arts with the multidisciplinary approach of Cirque du Soleil, Dralion draws its inspiration from Eastern philosophy and its never-ending quest for harmony between humans and nature. The show's name is derived from its two emblematic creatures: the dragon, symbolizing the East, and the lion, symbolizing the West.

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THE WEEK IN MUSIC Top 40 1 ELLIE GOULDING Lights 2 KATY PERRY Wide Awake 3 DAVID GUETTA Titanium f/Sia 4 DEMI LOVATO Give Your Heart A Br... 5 CALVIN HARRIS Let's Go f/NeYo 6 MAROON 5 Payphone f/Wiz Khali... 7 FLO RIDA Whistle 8 RIHANNA Where Have You Been 9 PINK Blow Me (One Last Ki... 10 CHER LLOYD Want U Back 11 NEON TREES Everybody Talks 12 OWL CITY & CARLY RAE JEPSEN Good Time 13 USHER Scream 14 JUSTIN BIEBER As Long As You Love ... 15 MAROON 5 One More Night 16 THE WANTED Chasing The Sun 17 TAYLOR SWIFT We Are Never Ever Ge... 18 FUN. Some Nights 19 NO DOUBT Settle Down 20 NICKI MINAJ Pound The Alarm 21 JASON MRAZ I Won't Give Up 22 ALEX CLARE Too Close 23 KELLY CLARKSON Dark Side 24 GROUPLOVE Tongue Tied 25 CHRIS BROWN Don't Wake Me Up 26 OLLY MURS Heart Skips A Beat 27 OUTASIGHT Now Or Never 28 KARMIN Hello 29 LINKIN PARK Burn It Down 30 DAVID GUETTA I Can Only Imagine f... 31 NE-YO Let Me Love You 32 PITBULL Get It Started f/Sha... 33 MATCHBOX TWENTY She's So Mean 34 TRAIN 50 Ways To Say Goodb... 35 ONE DIRECTION One Thing 36 CONOR MAYNARD Vegas Girl 37 BIG TIME RUSH Windows Down 38 K'NAAN Hurt Me Tomorrow 39 MARINA AND THE DIAMONDS Primadonna 40 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Home

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Active Rock 1 FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Coming Down 2 ADELITAS WAY Criticize 3 SHINEDOWN Unity 4 OFFSPRING Days Go By 5 P.O.D. Lost In Forever 6 GREEN DAY Oh Love 7 VOLBEAT Still Counting 8 HALESTORM I Miss The Misery 9 CHEVELLE Hats Off To The Bull 10 SEETHER Here And Now 11 LINKIN PARK Burn It Down 12 STAIND Now 13 PAPA ROACH Still Swingin 14 SAVING ABEL Bringing Down The Gi... 15 THREE DAYS GRACE Chalk Outline 16 ARANDA Satisfied 17 SOUNDGARDEN Live To Rise 18 REDLIGHT KING Comeback 19 RISE AGAINST Wait For Me 20 GODSMACK Rocky Mountain Way 21 BLACK STONE CHERRY Like I Roll 22 LINKIN PARK Lost In The Echo 23 10 YEARS Backlash 24 IN THIS MOMENT Blood 25 SLASH Standing In The Sun 26 POP EVIL Purple 27 HOOBASTANK This Is Gonna Hurt 28 GASLIGHT ANTHEM 45 29 NONPOINT Left For You 30 BLACK KEYS Little Black Submari... 31 MARK TREMONTI You Waste Your Time 32 HELLYEAH Band Of Brothers 33 RED LINE CHEMISTRY Unspoken 34 YOUNG GUNS Bones 35 EVANESCENCE The Other Side 36 BARONESS Take My Bones Away 37 SERJ TANKIAN Figure It Out 38 SIXX A.M. Are You With Me Now 39 TEXAS HIPPIE COALITION Turn It Up 40 FOXY SHAZAM Holy Touch 41 DIGITAL SUMMER Forget You 42 CANDLELIGHT RED Demons 43 KISS Hell Or Hallelujah 44 NEW MEDICINE Rich Kids 45 FLYLEAF New Horizons 46 THEORY OF A DEADMAN Gentleman 47 HURT Caught In The Rain 48 CALL ME NO ONE Thunderbird 49 RAINS Pressure 50 STONE SOUR Absolute Zero

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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 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

South Jersey Car Shows & Cruises Beer CraZy by Contributing Writer, Nick Gaudio I finally decided to break out this bottle of Faithfull Ale brewed by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, Delaware. This is a Belgian-style Golden Ale made to celebrate Pearl Jam's 20th anniversary of their TEN album. That is a great album too! On theme, the beer has 20 IBU and has had TEN additions of black currants. I was doing a bit of celebrating myself, as I crowned today #BelgianStyleGoldenAleWithCurrantsDay over on Twitter! Pretty coincidental, right? Party on! The label on my wine bottle has block letters that say PEARL JAM TWENTY with little pictures cut into the TWENTY. It's a little hard to make some of them out, but I think they are just a bunch of scenes from the band playing. A little story on the side sets your expectations about the beer.

August 24 CRUISE 5:30 PM Fourth Friday Cruise Night New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, NJ Cruise On The Track, Then Come Inside The Finish Line Pub For Happy Hour Specials. DJ, Dancing, Prizes Info: 856-327-7202 or www.njmp.com August 25 8 AM - 4 PM No Rain Date 1st Annual Cinnaminson Girls Softball Car Show Wood Park, Cinnaminson, NJ Open To All Makes, Years & Models Trophies To 1st & 2nd Place In Each Class Live Bands, Vendors, Food & Refreshments, Chinese Auction Pre-Reg: $20.00; D.O.S. $25.00 Info: George Ferris 856-313-0226 or EMail: geopat7@verizon.net August 25 CRUISE 3 - 7 PM South Jersey Street Freaks Cruise Night K-Mart, White Horse Pike (Rt. 30), Berlin, NJ (Next To Lucky Lou's Bar & Grill) Open To All Makes, Years & Models Info: Carmen Dottoli 856-768-1822 or Joe 856-397-3913 August 26 CRUISE 11 AM - 4 PM Rain Date: November 4 Salute To Our Veterans Car Cruise NJ Veterans Memorial Home, 524 N.W. Blvd., Vineland, NJ Hosted By Nostalgia Knights, South Jersey Cruisers & WVLT 92.1 FM American Marques Only; Motorcycles Welcome Special Gift To 1st 200 Vehicles Music, Food, Give-Aways, Vendors, Handicap Accessible 50/50 Benefits Veterans Veterans Wheelchair Races No Fee, It's Free!! Info: John 856-691-3067; Dan 856-6919387 or E-Mail: jtrestro@comcast.net

SOUTH JERSEY CAMARO CLUB Presents the “2nd Annual SOUTH JERSEY CAMARO SHOW” Hosted by BENNETT CHEVROLET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2012 Get Your Car Show listed Here For FREE Chuck@SocietyPageMag.com


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Ferrari Club of America Turns 50 and Celebrates in Style Author: George Chopek, ECR Staff Writer See More at ExoticCarResource.com

The Ferrari Club of America will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary by way of grand design. The North American tour will span nearly an entire year and will travel to 50 different locations throughout the United States and Canada. Featuring a custom designed Ferrari 599 (see ECR article for details), the tour will travel to each location, accompanied with a custom made Scadoni scroll. Members from the various regional chapters of the FCA will have the opportunity to travel with the tour as it makes its rounds. As stated by the Ferrari Club of America’s press release: In commemoration of our 50th Anniversary, the Ferrari Club of America (FCA) is launching a 20,000 mile cross-country relay tour that will visit over 50 cities across North America. We’re calling it the “50 Anni di Passione” tour (50 years of Passion) and it will kick off on August 17, 2012, at Concorso Italiano in Monterey. Leading the “Passione” tour will be the star of the show – a specially “wrapped” 599 GTB-HGTE belonging to Jim Taylor, fellow member and Patron of the FCA 50th Anniversary. Along the way, the tour will stop in every FCA Region and Chapter, every Ferrari dealer, and many major automotive events in the USA and Canada. And as thrilling as that sounds, there’s more exciting news – you and your personal Ferrari can participate in the tour when it reaches your region. In each city, a local “Lead Relay Ferrari”, decorated with similar graphics to our Passione 599, will head up the tour and you are invited to join in the parades, track tours and parties with your Ferrari. Stops will include the 2012 Annual meet in Palm Springs, the Formula 1 Grand Prix events in Texas, Montreal and New Jersey, Cavallino in Florida, The Rolex 24 at Daytona, IndyCar in Toronto and many more stops throughout the year. In keeping with our club’s passion for charity and giving back to our community, FCA has designated Ronald McDonald House Charities and the SeriousFun Children’s Network as beneficiaries of Passione. Support for the tour comes from the generous assistance of Pirelli Tire, the Official Partner of the Ferrari Club of America and our Supporting Sponsors, Horseless Carriage, SkinzWraps, Schedoni and Miller Motorcars. The tour will finish in 2013 at the FCA’s annual meet, scheduled to be held at the legendary Road America race track on August 1 to 4, 2013. For daily updates and tour details, visit www.ferrariclubofamerica.com. Hope to see you on the road as we crisscross North America, celebrating our 50th Anniversary. President of the FCA, Al Delauro, told ECR that the future of the FCA looks brighter than ever. The tour will celebrate the history of the club, but the vision is toward the future. “The club has grown to nearly 5,000 members. We are seeing more and more younger members which will continue to help us grow.” The best part is you do not have to own a Ferrari to be part of the FCA. “The club is about the people and the cars are the common glue that brings them together. We have great members and regional chapters.” said President Delauro. President Delauro added that the close relationship the FCA has with the Ferrari factory (the FCA is the largest Ferrari factory recognized club in the world) has helped make the 50th anniversary celebration possible and will continue to make the FCA the best it can be. “This celebration is a means to celebrate all the FCA has been and all it will be in the future” added Delauro. As stated in the FCA press release, the FCA continues its tradition of giving back to the community by designating the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the SeriousFun Children’s Network as charitable organizations that will benefit from the tour. Each stop will provide fund raising opportunities for these wonderful causes. Just another example of the great things being part of the FCA brings. So, check out the schedule and make sure you stop by and visit as the FCA travels to a region near you. See the cars, meet the people, contribute to the cause and remember…. Forza Ferrari!!!!

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