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Feature Stories

Q&A: Melissa Rauch

The slight but feisty Melissa Rauch talks with New Jersey Monthly about her star-making turn in the hit show "The Big Bang Theory," as well as her upcoming film, "The Bronze."

By Gerry Strauss

Q&A: Patti Stanger

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.

By Joanna Buffum

Q&A: Willie Geist

Father and son Bill and Willie Geist both wound up working in media. Now they've put their writing skills to good use in their collaborative book, "Good Talk, Dad."

By Robert Strauss

Photo by Max S. Gerber/IFC.

Q&A With Marc Maron

Marc Maron's must-hear podcast leads to a book and TV series.

By Eric Levin

Credit: Stephen Shadrach

Q&A with Rob Fusari

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.

By Joanna Buffum

Q&A: James McBride

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.

By Tammy La Gorce

Q&A: Norbert Leo Butz

Tony Award winning actor Norbert Leo Butz talks with New Jersey Monthly about his upcoming concert "Girls, Girls, Girls" and wanting a tree swing for his kids.

By Tammy La Gorce

Q&A: Daniel O'Brien

The author of the historical non-fiction book "How To Fight Presidents" talks with us about the eccentricities of past commanders-in-chief, and why Millard Fillmore is dead meat.

By Maryrose Mullen

Q&A With Liza Minnelli

A showbiz legend, Liza Minnelli will play her one-woman, "Liza Minnelli: In Concert" September 28 at Caesars Palace in Atlantic City.

By Tammy La Gorce

Courtesy of David Robinson.

Q&A With David Robinson

Climatologist David Robinson indulges his fascination with weather by collecting swaths of data and analyzing critical weather events.

By Robert Strauss

Q&A With Collette Liantonio

Collette Liantonio has created infomercials for late-night favorites such as The George Foreman Grill, Pajama Jeans, and The Bedazzler.

By Tammy La Gorce

Q&A With Astronaut Scott Kelly

New Jersey Monthly sat down with West Orange native Astronaut Scott Kelly, who will hold the record for longest space flight by an American.

By Daniel Dunaief

Illustration by Peter Horvath.

Q&A With George R.R. Martin

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.

By Dylan Runco, Joanna Buffum

Photo by Pali Rao.

Q&A With Ron Jaworski

Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski, a native of western New York, long ago earned his New Jersey stripes.

By Nick DiUlio

Courtesy of Disney Enterprises, Inc.

Q&A With Zach Braff

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.

By Melinda Newman

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