Gathered in a new book, Dan Barry’s New York Times columns create a compelling portrait of Americans at their best and dealing with the worst.
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Deaf-rights activist and author Sara Novic talks with us about her upcoming compilation of biographies of immigrants, and how activism today is a lot of, "yelling on the internet."
From installing stability rails for seniors to helping with grocery shopping, the Bergen Volunteer Center is hands-on.
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.
Retailer’s giant fulfillment centers employ thousands, even without a new HQ here.
Habari gani? What’s the news? This month marks the 52nd annual celebration of Kwanzaa, the cultural-based holiday created for people of African descent and culture.
The beard is real—and so is Ron Williams’s joy at playing Santa.
Time's running out for holiday shopping! Don't worry, we did the gift searching for you and found 15 last-minute holiday presents sure to wow your special someones.
Recent galas and donations benefiting Susan G. Komen North Jersey, Tackle Kids Cancer, the Passaic County Technical Institute and more.
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.
After running Rick’s in Lambertville for 13 years, chef Alex Cormier thought he was done with restaurants until his business partner pulled him back in. Together they reinvented the Broadmoor, a long-shuttered Lambertville institution.
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.
The New Milford native stars in the reboot of the beloved childrens television show with a new name: Blue's Clues & You.
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.
“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.