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News & Features
Reflecting the state’s panoply of world religions, treasured sites welcome and inspire strangers as well as congregants. We visited 12, from awesome to austere. Here they are, in alphabetical order.
As smart as cameras are today, there is one thing they can’t do: see. The thrill of these superb pictures arises from the skill and intuition of the passionate people behind the lens.
As NJ’s attorney general, Gurbir Grewal ignores racial taunts and focuses on protecting the state’s most vulnerable residents.
How various organizations, physicians and hospitals are making an effort to lower the state’s c-section rate.
Got an achy hip? Missing tooth? Faulty heart valve? Today's doctors might have the answer for you–right off the shelf.
Retailer’s giant fulfillment centers employ thousands, even without a new HQ here.
New Jersey has a knack for breeding iconic singers and musicians. Here are eight pivotal moments in the careers of some of the Garden State’s most famous performers—plus one group of invaders from England and a slightly rotund fellow from Philadelphia.
At a rehearsal of August Wilson's "King Hedley II" at Two River Theater in Red Bank, director Brandon J. Dirden speaks softly and lets Wilson's language soar.
Morris Plains married couple Jessica and Brendyn Hatfield take the ice as Jasmine and Aladdin in Disney on Ice presents Mickey's Search Party, coming to the Prudential Center in November.
The Sugar Plum Fairy, Mouse King and more characters from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker leap onto stages all over New Jersey. Join Clara, the young girl who is given a nutcracker doll on Christmas Eve, during her magical journey.
Tis the season for heartwarming holiday productions!
About 40 percent of all food produced in the United States goes to waste. Jersey chefs and the state are tackling the problem. You can, too, with tasty results.
Leia Gaccione’s second place named for cross streets elevates the intersection of familiar and amazing.
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey needed a place for its stuff. It found that, and rehearsal and design space to boot, in an old valve factory in Florham Park.
"Lace, Not Lace: Contemporary Fiber Art From Lacemaking Techniques” will be exhibited at Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton September 23-January 6.
“Kara Walker: Virginia’s Lynch Mob and Other Works,” opens September 15 at the Montclair Art Museum.
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.