They're popping up all over the Garden State—and they're so much more than just places to buy books.
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From the Lindbergh kidnapping to the Bridgegate scandal, these news articles from the Garden State went national or beyond.
New Jersey has made a huge impact on pop culture, from TV and film to music and memes.
Linda Stanton’s free annual festival, Lines on the Pines, is a harbinger of spring that celebrates the Pinelands region’s residents, history and culture.
Drivers entering Manhattan below 60th Street will soon have to pay steep additional fees.
With its wild theatrics, vivacious vibe and whimsical decor, the adults-only Superfrico is the most fun and unique restaurant at the Jersey Shore—perhaps in all the state. I just wish the food rose to the same level.
A & J Bistro is a frills-free spot with off-the-charts flavor—no Holland Tunnel toll necessary!
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They got married in the spot where sermons were once preached. They sleep in the former choir loft. And they want to be buried in the adjacent cemetery.
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