Former Philadanco dancer comes to Camden
Jay Staten, a former Philadanco dancer, teaches a contemporary dance class Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017 inside the Black Box Theater at Rutgers University in Camden. Joe Lamberti/Courier-Post
Ship of science
For more than 35 years, Jonathan Sharp has traversed the Delaware Bay and River, using it as his own personal lab to learn about how the estuarine system works. To him, his career isn't a collection of published papers and conclusions, it is the continuation of a greater cause, the limitless cycle of discovery.
Band on the hill
Camden High's Mighty Marching Panthers shake off the cobwebs as band camp begins in August.
Nine-year-old takes his new eyes for a spin
Barrington, New Jersey resident Jon Paul Corman, 9, who is legally blind, acclimates to his new pair of eSight eGlasses Thursday, March 30, 2017 in Philadelphia.
Ocean City's pole dancer
Ocean City "Pole Doll" Chelsea Plymale evokes reactions both positive and negative as she performs on the boardwalk near 2nd St.
Wrestler of the Year
St. Augustine's Jim Brady is The Daily Journal's Wrestler of the Year.
Good Friday procession in Camden, New Jersey.
St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral reenacts the Stations of the Cross for Good Friday, April 14, 2017 in Camden.
Flyers reporter Dave Isaac takes the ice
Courier-Post's Flyers' reporter Dave Isaac appears to have new ambitions for the upcoming 2016 Flyers season.
Dogfish Head's 'off-centered' harmony
Dogfish Head quality technician Jeremy Lum delves into the quality control aspect of the company's bottling and packaging process inside the brewery in Milton, Delaware.
Watermen mine for Chesapeake Gold
Hooper’s Island Oyster Aquaculture Company watermen head out on the Chesapeake Bay to harvest Chesapeake Gold oysters.
Crews work as Radwell International, formerly of Lumberton, consolidates operations into their new site Tuesday, March 8 in Willingboro