The blank walls in Jen Rondeau's home beckoned amid the pandemic. Now, she's surrounded by colorful designs—and busy with a brand-new business.
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FALL FUN IN THE GARDEN STATE
Some of the best events in New Jersey have tasty food and drink options on the menu, too.
Though Labor Day has come and gone, coastal celebrations carry on. These six events will make for the perfect send-off to summer.
Take an easy stroll on the elevated Pochuck Boardwalk, and/or a challenging climb on the Stairway to Heaven hike.
Take a leisurely tour down a tannin-stained river.
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Rich, fruit-forward ales are gaining traction across the state.
The acclaimed open-air food market makes its way to Jersey City, bringing with it some of the best culinary offerings in NJ and NYC.
NJ residents, including a Westfield couple who met in a support group for people who lost loved ones in the attack, reflect on 9/11's impact on their lives.
The pageant's archives are housed in a secret storage facility in Atlantic County, the region of its birthplace.
With an estimated 2,000 pizzerias in the state, no Jerseyan is ever far from a satisfying slice.
The options around the state are more plentiful and palatable than ever.
For the actor-slash-comedian, the perfect day begins at a Jersey diner and ends with a few choice words for Manhattan.
Jersey-born Cynthia A. Branigan recounts her special bond with Gamal, whom she spared from a potential trip to the slaughterhouse, in her new book.
Hunterdon County native Emily Rose, now based in Nashville, released her seven-song EP, Wings, this August.
LIFT YOUR SPIRITS
Thanks to a change in liquor laws in 2013, distilleries have been cropping up across the Garden State. Here, an overview of the craft spirits they produce.
It began in Colonial times, vanished during Prohibition and, following new legislation in 2013, came roaring back.
A leading producer of applejack and apple brandy, Laird's came about in Colonial times. (George Washington even requested a recipe!)