National Book Award winner James McBride talks with New Jersey Monthly about not caring about his literary status, and his part-time life in Lambertville.
Rob Fusari, a pop music producer from Livingston, helped launch the careers of big-name acts like Destiny’s Child and discovered the talent of Stefani Germanotta – now known worldwide as Lady Gaga.
In our extended online interview, the Millionaire Matchmaker and Millburn native spoke with "New Jersey Monthly" about online dating, the dos and don'ts of Valentine's Day and what makes New Jersey guys dateable.
Collette Liantonio has created infomercials for late-night favorites such as The George Foreman Grill, Pajama Jeans, and The Bedazzler.
New Jersey Monthly sat down with West Orange native Astronaut Scott Kelly, who will hold the record for longest space flight by an American.
A showbiz legend, Liza Minnelli will play her one-woman, "Liza Minnelli: In Concert" September 28 at Caesars Palace in Atlantic City.
Climatologist David Robinson indulges his fascination with weather by collecting swaths of data and analyzing critical weather events.
We chat with Bayonne-bred author George R.R. Martin, whose seven-part book series A Song of Ice and Fire is the basis for the HBO fantasy hit Game of Thrones.
Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski, a native of western New York, long ago earned his New Jersey stripes.
By Nick DiUlio
These days, Zach Braff splits his time between Los Angeles and New York, but the actor is forever linked to New Jersey thanks to his starring role in the 2004 cult classic, Garden State, which he also wrote and directed.
This has been a breakthrough year for Maricel Presilla. As chef/co-owner of Hoboken’s celebrated pan-Latin restaurant Cucharamama, she was nominated for the James Beard Foundation’s Best Chef Mid-Atlantic Award four of the last five years before finally winning it last May.
By Pat Tanner