Wielding new power as a committee chairman, Frank Pallone pursues his pragmatic agenda.
- Marathoner Larry Grogin Goes The Distance For Unity
- The Jersey Shore’s Newest Hotels, Spas
- Mountain Creek Resort Hosts Dinner Series
- Alyson Lupinetti Takes On the Male-Dominated World of Barbecue
- Remembering Jim Bouton, Yankees Pitcher and Tell-All Author of “Ball Four”
- When Dentistry is a Family Affair
Vegan in NJ
Whether you follow a plant-based diet or are simply looking to lessen your carbon footprint, these vegan restaurants will surely satisfy.
About 19 million Americans have embraced the no animal-products diet. Advocates say it’s good for you, for animals and for the environment.
The hottest innovations in plant-based eating are the Impossible and Beyond burgers. But a look at their ingredients, some made in a lab, raises concerns.
2019 Shore Guide
From Pier Village to Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park, here are the city's must-visit spots.
The city is home to bustling bars and a wealth of seafood restaurants.
The Monmouth County village is home to one of Jersey's most idyllic Main Streets.
Generations of families have spent summers relaxing, attending church and Bible studies, and reconnecting with family and friends in the community’s tent city.
In years following the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy—and damaging publicity from MTV's Jersey Shore—much of the Ocean County borough has been revitalized.
Eat, stay, play or enjoy a spa day at one of these fresh attractions.
News & Features
The host of the YouTube show "Consistently Inconsistent," discusses her "awkward older sister" persona, how growing up in South Jersey gave her a backbone and pole vaulting in high school.
Anger at the current political landscape inspires the actress/comedian’s latest episode as author and activist.
The nation’s next big birthday (in 2026) offers an ideal opportunity to showcase NJ’s patriotic past. Local historians and state officials plan to prepare the state's historic spots for the nation’s Semiquincentennial celebration.
Leo Whalen opened his first boardwalk arcade back in 1953. Today, his children and grandchildren are keeping his beloved business alive—and even starting Ocean County shops of their own.
The Linden-based organization offers scholarships and life-skills training.
The Montclair author's latest novel, Very Nice, is the perfect summer read. It's also deeply, darkly humorous.
The Connecticut-style lobster roll is an especially popular draw.
Anthony Bucco, long one of the state's leading chefs, adds "co-owner" to his impressive résumé.
Whether you're at the pool or down the Shore, these books with New Jersey ties will make the perfect companion.
Fun in the sun featuring everything from sandcastle-sculpting to succulent seafood.
Take a break from the beach to catch a seaside production.
Your photo could be the next to appear front and center on New Jersey Monthly. (Did we mention $12,000 in prizes?)
In our June 1994 issue, Bouton—who died this week—talked about his then-new novel, "Strike Zone," a tale of baseball and gambling.
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.