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.
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?
On a moonless summer night, two boats chart a tragic course on Barnegat Bay.
By Ken Schlager
In a nondescript storefront, professional “budtenders” dispense Jersey-raised cannabis to patients.
Why did the chef and owners of A Toute Heure cross the road? To add this bright, sociable seafood spot to their portfolio.
Chefs are challenging the famous “rooster” brand with their own versions, as Mama takes the sauce back to its Thai (not Vietnamese) origins.
New Jersey Monthly helps honor the state's outstanding family-owned enterprises.
Increased understanding of autism has vastly improved services for youths on the spectrum. But what happens when those kids turn 21?
At 79, Loretta Weinberg is still fighting the good fight in Trenton. But these days, she also makes time for the grandkids.
Secaucus T-shirt company is a good fit for adults on the spectrum.
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If you want to go away Thanksgiving weekend but not too far, Crystal Springs Resort in Hamburg has lots of Thanksgiving dining options—and overnight packages. Plus, lots of other New Jersey restaurants will be open on Thanksgiving.
Talk about racking up bragging rights. New Brunswick’s Stage Left Restaurant is giving 20 lucky (and presumably well-heeled) whisky aficionados the opportunity to hand over $1,800 for a single, one-ounce shot of a rare 50-year-old Scotch.
...to the reception for my solo show, my first in nine years and biggest yet—45 pictures, many of them recent. Come for the photographs, stay for the Schnackenberg doughnuts. The best!
At the newly-opened Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen in Morristown, I was handed a cocktail called a Cannon Ball Shrub, named for the restaurant's spirited owner, Chris Cannon. Made with gin, the drink had pungency, fruity sweetness and a tingle from a splash of sparkling wine.
Our popular May shopping issue featured many of the state's best consignment shops. Get your fall fashion fix at DoubleTake boutiques in Red Bank, Short Hills, Englewood and Ridgewood...