Author: Tom Wilk

The trained diving horses of Atlantic City were an attraction that made the biggest splash on the boardwalk's Steer Pier.

Seen in: Atlantic City, Historic Jersey, Jersey Living, Jersey Shore

Once known as Little Las Vegas, Wildwood was home to many music firsts, including the performance of the first rock 'n' roll song.

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living

"Chopsticks: A Cultural and Culinary History," a new book by Professor Edward Wang, is a trove of chopstick trivia.

Seen in: Books, Jersey Living

Big-League Turf

April 6, 2015

A Pilesgrove company makes the great green stuff the New York Yankees need to play ball.

Seen in: Jersey Living, Sports

Mount Laurel singer/songwriter Rob Lincoln may have a place in the record books with his new album, which features 300 songs of varying genres.

Seen in: Culture Corner, Jersey Living, People

A fascination with color and design drives this collector’s obsession.

Seen in: Jersey Living

50 years ago, the University of Utah and West Virginia University squared off in an epic indoor bowl game, right in AC.

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living, Sports

The historic Ocean City boat parade, in its 60th year, sets sail July 26 between 6 and 7 PM.

Seen in: Jersey Living

A new book by Alan A. Siegal catalogs the fires, shipwrecks and other disasters that have plagued New Jersey throughout history.

Seen in: Books, Historic Jersey, Jersey Living

With a documentary on the J.D. Salinger airing on PBS on January 21, many are flocking to Princeton to read five of the reclusive author's unpublished short stories.

Seen in: Books, Jersey Living

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