Arts & Entertainment
Asbury Park’s art community joins the city’s renaissance by animating public spaces and staging ambitious exhibitions.
Historic buildings enjoy new lives as performance venues.
At Peters Valley, students learn lost arts—and get away from it all.
Theater & Performance
While his brother achieves film and TV fame, Jonathan Dinklage thrives under the stage as lead violinist of Broadway’s Hamilton.
Take in some culture this season at any of these excellent shore theaters
Tony-winning lyricist Lynn Ahrens is making a splash yet again on the Great White Way with the revival of "Once on This Island."
Summer reading isn't just for students. Whether you're at the pool or down the Shore, these books by New Jersey writers will make the perfect companion.
In Eye Level, Middlesex County poet Jenny Xie's first book of poetry, questions the bonds of seeing and perspective and confronts issues of travel and observing others as an outsider.
Laurie Wallmark’s latest book, "Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code"—a Parents’ Choice Gold Medal awardee—follows the life of a trailblazing software tester and inventor who taught computers how to speak English.
Southside Johnny stays close to his roots—musically, spiritually and geographically.
Little Steven Van Zandt talks with NJM about his induction into the New Jersey Hall of Fame, his Rock and Roll Forever Foundation, and whether he'll make an appearance in the Sopranos sequel.
Ian Kelly, owner and operator of Kelly Custom Instruments and Repairs in Little Falls, counts Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters among his clientele.
Film & Television
Former Glee star Lea Michele talks about her Tenafly roots, her current tour with Darren Criss, her love of Barbra Streisand and her favorite Jersey restaurant.
Amy Aquino, a Teaneck native and actress, has appeared in Working Girl, Moonstruck and Everybody Loves Raymond. Now she's making a splash on Amazon Prime's Bosch.
Nick Acocella's NJTV show, "Pasta and Politics" combines three of his passions: Cooking, eating, and politics.
Museums & Exhibits
The show, which runs through July 22, offers a style-savvy visual tour through history via a compilation of accessories, dresses and shoes from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.
From minerals to history to music and more, these New Jersey museums have plenty to offer.
A Warren County estate where history and a bit of presidential mischief were made stands as a monument to the Gilded Age.
Things To Do
Feel like a kid again as you hop on carnival rides, play boardwalk games and enjoy agriculture and livestock shows.
Whether it’s to occupy a rainy afternoon, relieve the strains of daily life, or educate your kids on marine life, a visit to a New Jersey aquarium will submerge you in sea of knowledge. Here are our picks for the top New Jersey aquariums:
Who doesn't love a day at the zoo? New Jersey offers plenty of options, from large zoos to small, local animal parks and privately operated animal rescues. Here are our picks of the top New Jersey zoos.