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Fraidy Reiss fled a forced marriage after 12 years of abuse. Now she’s helping hundreds of other victims escape their bonds.
Fearless swimmers gear up for their annual Seaside Heights Polar Bear Plunge in support of Special Olympics New Jersey. This year's event is on February 23.
A veteran administrator takes on the challenge of leading Paterson's troubled schools out of the dark days of state control.
In May 2013, Camden disbanded its 141-year-old municipal police department and replaced it with a force run by the county. Fast-forward almost six years. Camden County Police Chief J. Scott Thomson says the situation is improving.
Oyster Creek is done producing nuclear energy. Now comes the hard part: cleaning up five decades of radioactive waste.
As a municipal judge in Newark, Victoria Pratt developed a passionate approach to sentencing. The world noticed.
A large and long-vacant comedy club has been transformed into Montclair’s newest hot spot.
Mark Drabich, a human boom box, celebrates the 30th anniversary of Metropolitan, his primo seafood market in Lebanon, by talking it up big time.
Charlamagne Tha God, radio-show personality on "The Breakfast Club," talks about his new book "Shook One," his therapist and living in New Jersey.
Jared Dylan, an emerging singer and songwriter from Montville, wanted to travel somewhere to amp up his creativity. He chose Ireland. Read on to find out what he's been working on.
Novelist Jonathan Miles on writing in a shack, his friend Elizabeth Gilbert, and Hunterdon County’s solitude. His new novel is "Anatomy of a Miracle."
Since operating its first trip on February 15, 1969, the PATCO Speedline has helped transform South Jersey.
Let's show some affection for the Garden State's rich history—from the creation of the Jersey jughandle to the birth of the blueberry business and South Jersey’s Underground Railroad.
Love to eat? The 2019 Jersey Choice Restaurant Poll is your chance to help select the best restaurants in New Jersey.
New Directions in Fiber Art, now on display in the Montclair Art Museum, celebrates how fibrous material is used to make art. All artists on display either live or work in New Jersey.
Want to have a marvelous March? We found exhibits, performances, concerts and festivals that fit the bill.
Learn about the 40-year history of New Jersey Monthly.
Learn about the 40-year history of New Jersey Monthly.Learn about the 40-year history of New Jersey Monthly.
New Jersey Monthly Editor Ken Schlager talks with FIOS News about the 40-year history of the magazine.
NJ’s Most Generous Companies
NJ’s Most Generous Companies
At the fourth annual Great Oak Awards dinner, New Jersey Monthly honored 10 New Jersey firms for their charitable giving and volunteer work.