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SUMMER FUN GUIDE
Sticking to the Monksville Reservoir's perimeter, a paddler can cover seven miles on the 505-acre manmade lake.
Fill a basket with the best of Jersey's summer bounty.
Soak up the sun while taking in some Garden State scenery.
Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins, porpoises and sea birds, too.
Ready for liftoff? Don't miss the New Jersey Lottery Festival of Ballooning.
Cool off via slides, lazy rivers, pools and more.
Behold, some of the state's best swimming spots.
After seeing last year’s season canceled due to Covid-19, these five teams are raring to play.
One of the state's most underrated events runs weekly through September.
Wander among vintage and collectible automobiles of all makes and eras.
Arguably the best way to take in a movie this summer? A pop-up cinema.
Enjoy rides galore, arcade games, safari experiences and more.
Seeking steep thrills? Look no further than these five knockout options.
How well can you handle those hair-raising hairpin turns?
Explore creeks and channels, scope out birds and wildlife, or watch the moon rise over the Manhattan skyline.
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Jersey Shore Guide
Staples along the Jersey coastline sure to satisfy every summer craving.
Freshly hatched restaurants, events and attractions to discover this summer.
Pedal and picnic where mules once hauled barges.
Take a leisurely tour down a tannin-stained river.
In a year like no other, the pleasure of dining out yielded to safety. Amid struggles, restaurants were there for us. Here, we salute the finest.
The Bridgewater resident shares expertise on raising organic, edible crops at home.
When Hollywood comes calling, our coastline is always ready for its closeup.
The unexpected joy of riding waves at the mall.
Scientists and environmentalists say the blueberry industry that was born in the acidic, sandy soil of the Pinelands could die there as well.
Got a taste for nostalgia? Collectibles and curiosities await at these coastal merchants.
The practice provides a timely, creative break.
Here's where several top foodies head when they're craving a slice.
Having overcome drug abuse and dealt with his father’s untimely death, pizza vagabond Michael Fitzick finally found a home base in Bakeria 1010.
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!)
History professor Jacob A. Zumoff tells the story of one of New Jersey’s longest work stoppages.
Before weathering a pandemic, the Readington painter-slash-musician conquered cancer.
Entrepreneur Katie Angell, founder of Katie Ink, creates items that celebrate the joys of childhood.