After four years in Chris Christie’s shadow, Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno is poised to step into the light should the governor trade the State House for a presidential campaign.
By David Wald
Entertainment veterans enjoy a second act at the Lillian Booth Home in Englewood.
At the last of Jersey’s big family egg farms, the rural life is all it’s cracked up to be.
In the wake of recent scandals, how can Christie repair his battered reputation? Michael Murphy, a managing partner of Impact NJ, has a few tips.
By David Wald
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.
Many consider Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur the best of all time. At 41, he says he doesn’t know when he will retire. But when he does, the Montreal native will still call Jersey home.
The Jersey-bred author of "Silver Linings Playbook" finds success by following his bliss.
Norma Bowe, a professor at Kean University, has taught "Death in Perspective" for 14 years.
Data-obsessed and bent on efficiency, new mayor Steven Fulop moves aggressively to implement his vision for Jersey City.
By Amanda Staab
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.
Our 2013 Seeds of Hope honorees go the extra mile to help their neighbors.
As a child, Tiffany Monique Riddick loved to listen to Whitney Houston. Now, she sings backup for another pop diva: Beyonce.