NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Scottish Rite Opens to New Acts, Chef Converts Crepe Cafe to Wood-Fired Pizzeria

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Plus: why New Jersey property owners need to tap into the state’s $300-million Clean Energy program and Collingswood Cinema Society head Bob Castle’s thoughts on the Oscars.

Reviving the Rite: Arts Group Expands Programming for Historic Collingswood Venue

From Pizza Crime to Pizza Crimine, Pop-up Pizzaiolo Takes Over Haddonfield Crepe Cafe

Achieving Sustainability: NJ Residents, Businesses, Communities Should be Leveraging Clean Energy Grants

Bob Castle: Stray Thoughts (Mostly Sour) on the Oscars

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