Author: Robert Strauss

Seabrook Farms, a huge farming and food–processing operation in Cumberland County, employed Japanese-Americans who had been interned in detention camp.

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living

In 1957, one of the most sophisticated computers in the world could be found at the McGuire Air Force Base in Burlington County.

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living

Camden’s TV Mastery

January 5, 2016

How the South Jersey city revolutionized entertainment by becoming the birthplace of commercially viable TV.

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living

Locally-owned businesses and a well-preserved historic district make visiting Haddonfield a pleasant endeavor.

Seen in: Jersey Living, Jersey Travel, Towns & Schools

A blossoming arts community paired with a burgeoning restaurant scene make Collingswood a hip South Jersey enclave.

Seen in: Jersey Living, Jersey Travel, Towns & Schools

Quaint shops, a pristine beach and blocks of perfectly preserved Victorian homes and B&Bs are the keys to Cape May’s allure.

Seen in: Jersey Living, Jersey Shore, Jersey Travel, Towns & Schools

The Princeton history professor talks about his new book, how we expect too much out of our presidents, and why Congressional gridlock isn't anything new.

Seen in: Books, Jersey Living, NJM Q&A, People, Politics & Public Affairs

A South Jersey dentist by day, by night Dr. James Wiener transforms into his alter ego, comedian Jimmie Lee.

Seen in: Culture Corner, People

A survivor of Auschwitz and Dachau, Jack Zaifman will be honored along with other Holocaust survivors at the Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County's Historic Illumination Ball on February 28.

Seen in: Jersey Living, People

Twin sisters and basketball stars Kyra and Kara Dayon are lighting up the court at Farleigh Dickinson University.

Seen in: Jersey Living, People, Sports

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