While the state lags others in job growth, many NJ companies are hiring. We tell you which skills are in demand—and why.
By Amanda Staab
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
There are other top tasting menus, but none offer an experience quite like that of the Orange and Olive Chef’s Table.
By Eric Levin
A runnymeade company’s funny food costumes let restaurants strut their stuff to drum up business.
The Dream Act raises hope for New Jersey's undocumented youths.
At the last of Jersey’s big family egg farms, the rural life is all it’s cracked up to be.
The owners of Cartridge World in Morris Plains have raised four Seeing Eye puppies, and the playful pups have made quite an impact on the customer base.
By Maggie Blaha
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.
Entertainment veterans enjoy a second act at the Lillian Booth Home in Englewood.
The Jersey-bred author of "Silver Linings Playbook" finds success by following his bliss.
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Rosie has the latest news about chefs, what they have been doing and where they are going, plus information about the personal appearance of chef Carla Hall at the ShopRite of Greater Morristown.
Did you know Fort Lee was the original motion picture capital of the world? Cinema’s bright and storied history began in New Jersey, so it’s only natural so many movies have roots in the Garden State. In honor of the Academy Awards this Sunday, we asked our staff to pick their favorite movies with New Jersey connections.
Rick Bayless, Melissa Clark, Jonathan Waxman and Nancy Silverton are just a few of the cooks you can learn by watching in videos from David Ellner's Summit-based video magazine, Panna.