Our readers have spoken. Here are your favorites for food, shopping, recreation and all kinds of fun—in every corner of the Garden State.
Deep Jersey roots and a commitment to helping others are just the beginning for our inaugural Great Oak honorees.
In The Baking Bible, her magnum opus, Rose Levy Beranbaum shows why pros as well as amateurs turn to her for guidance.
With a sophisticated new look and an elevated yet accessible new menu, a tired roadhouse turns into a lively magnet.
In his Union City warehouse, Giovanni Calabrese sculpts out-of-this-world creations for the likes of Google, Oreo and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The future of the Office Beer Bar & Grill, a North Jersey chain, can be seen in the transformation of its flagship from ho-hum to very happening.
By Eric Levin
Although private donations are on the rise, New Jersey’s nonprofits have yet to recover from recession-driven government cuts in support.
Jared Gilman, best known for his role in Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, enjoys the best of both worlds.
New Jersey’s premier mixologists—armed with sweet, sour, savory and spicy ingredients—vie to win the second Iron Shaker bartender competition.
By Tara Nurin
New Jerseyans often think the world revolves around their state. A new exhibit at the New Jersey State Museum shows the impact the Garden State had at dozens of World's Fairs.
Quiet settles over the preserve as temperatures drop—but visitors are always welcome.
By Jim Wright
This holiday season, pick up any of these great publications for your favorite li'l bookworm!
50 years ago, the University of Utah and West Virginia University squared off in an epic indoor bowl game, right in AC.
By Tom Wilk
An avid collector of all things fun and festive, this creative homeowner transforms her spacious Victorian into a Christmas wonderland.
By Lauren Payne
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On Fridays, Rosie serves a mixed stew of New Jersey food and dining information. Today, read about a new cookbook, Food Truck Road Trip, which has wonderful recipes from food trucks throughout the United States.
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.
A woman walks past the 1918 Vail Mansion, reinvented as the terrific, one-of-a-kind Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen in Morristown.
Although the first snow has fallen, many New Jersey farmers are still harvesting and selling their produce and products at local farmers' markets that run year-round.
As soon as I heard that retail legend Esther Fortunoff is sharing her “10 Tips for Buying The Right Jewelry Gift,” I knew that you, Dear Reader, would want to check it out. Here's the inside scoop, just in time for the holidays...