Taking the plunge with New Jersey’s extreme canoers.
Deep Jersey roots and a commitment to helping others are just the beginning for our inaugural Great Oak honorees.
Inventive workouts and luxury amenities have pumped up the popularity of boutique health clubs.
Everyone pays lip service to the juicy Jersey tomato. Now three Rutgers scientists are close to recreating the greatest Jersey tomato of them all.
By Paula Span
80 years ago, an off-shore disaster in Asbury Park made national headlines.
September means a new football season is underway! See what's new around the gridiron with the Giants, Jets, Eagles, and Jersey's team, the Rutgers Scarlett Knights.
It's never too early to nominate an exceptional volunteer for our annual Garden State Seeds of Hope Awards! Send in your application today!
Our annual Seeds of Hope awards honor exceptional New Jersey volunteers who go above and beyond the call. Read about our five honorees.
Golden opportunities beckon across the state, from hiking and hayrides to historic inns and romantic B&Bs.
Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton will host an exhibition of needlework created by young New Jersey women in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The mystery behind the 300 Stone Steps is revealed—yet the myths of its origins live on.
Medical marijuana provides relief for epileptic kids. So why does New Jersey make it so hard for young patients to benefit from the state’s pot program?
As Ebola fears heighten worldwide, New Jersey hospitals, doctors and other health care professionals are busily reviewing infection-control policies, ordering protective gear, educating personnel and advising travelers about the outbreak of the potentially deadly virus.
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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.
Open the fridge the day after Thanksgiving, and there’s Big Bird, or its remains, staring at you. Excellent options go way beyond turkey sandwiches.
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...