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Good Stuff Cheap: The Best Bargains in NJ

Who doesn't love a bargain? We sure do! We've spared no dime to find the best spots in New Jersey to ring up amazing deals on apparel and home goods.

Decorating Discounts: Home Design Items

Where to find the best bargains for the home.

By Lauren Payne

Out of the Ashes: Ferraro's in Westfield

Four decades of work went up in flames overnight. To rebuild their flagship Westfield restaurant, the Ferraro family had to pull together as never before.

By Eric Levin

Off-Price Apparel: Drastic Discounts

Find brand new, deeply discounted items at any of these retailers with locations all over the Garden State.

By Deborah P. Carter, Lauren Payne, Susan Brierly

Cave Man: South Jersey's Kooky Consignment Shop

Randy Ellis’s Bordentown consignment shop showcases all things quirky.

By Tara Nurin

Can You Spot a Fake?

How do you know if your beloved, pricey designer merchandise is the real deal or a cheap knock-off?

By Susan Brierly

Greys' Garden: Planting a New Life

Leaving a busy suburban lifestyle for acres of untended land, this Readington Township couple shouldered the constant demands of gardening. Taking the time to stop and smell the roses, they now reap the rewards.

By Lauren Payne

Mansion on a Mission

The opulent Blairsden estate in Peapack-Gladstone was an architectural showplace even before its dramatic makeover as this year’s Mansion in May designer show house.

By Deborah P. Carter

Bright Ideas: Interior Designers Talk Shop

What happens when you ask nine award-winning interior designers to lunch? They bring a few of their favorite things for us to ooh and aah over.

By Lauren Payne

Sold! NJ's Auction Houses

Searching for treasure? Put Jersey’s auction houses on your shopping map.

By Tammy La Gorce

NJM 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