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The 1954 Manasquan High School “class clown” got his break in horror films, then catapulted to fame in 1969’s Easy Rider as an insouciant rogue unlike any seen before. Who else has that lizardly mien, that puckish bravado, that trip-hammer temper, that sexy sinister smirk, that...well, you get the idea. You do know Jack, the one and only.
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On Fridays, Rosie serves a mixed stew of New Jersey food and dining information. Today, read about
A Curious Harvest. This is not a cookbook; it's a beautiful reference book that advises how to use what you have on hand, rather than shopping for ingredients.
Family, friends, colleagues and legions of admirers said goodbye today to Clement Alexander Price, one of the staunchest advocates the city of Newark has known.
Are side dishes the Rodney Dangerfields of the dinner table? Not according to Maplewood's Rick Rodgers, who gives them plenty of respect in his latest cookbook, The Big Book of Sides, out just in time for Thanksgiving, the holiday that is like a debutante ball for side dishes.
I really like the McGraw Gallery's current exhibit...a collection of 45 quirky photographs that illuminate the unexpected textures and angles of otherwise overlooked everyday objects and spaces. But the real star of this show is the artist, New Jersey Monthly's own Eric Levin...