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A guide to what's gracing Garden State stages through December....
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The creative process happens at the Macy’s Parade Studio in Moonachie, located in Bergen County....
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Local Color introduces hand-colored versions of originally black-and-white pictures, taken on Long Beach Island from the 1870s through the 1980s....
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The former New Jersey governor is critical of the claims by Donald Trump—and many in the Republican Party—of a stolen election....
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When Mido Emad's advertising business was sidelined, he hit the wall—with massive art installations....
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Noted musician and talent buyer Chris Ward is now in charge of steering national bands to the independent venue....
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Hot off the film release of "The Many Saints of Newark" comes Imperioli and Schirripa's new book about the iconic show. ...
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The Family Band guitarist talks philanthropy, education and life in Livingston. ...
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Benjamin's background as a Jewish woman raised in Mumbai, India, and educated in Catholic and Zoroastrian schools, informs her colorful work. ...
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The NBC News meteorologist, Manalapan native and new mom to baby Russell recalls her childhood in the Garden State. ...
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In “Crossing the Bridges,” Summit author Eva Cristina Hoffman Jedruch, 82, recounts her mother’s incredible life....
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The Jersey native is the cocreator of Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel....
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After scrambling to reinvent last year's event at the height of the pandemic, organizers are looking forward to the 2021 fest from October 21–30....
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The yearlong, $26.5 million makeover will be celebrated on October 6. ...
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The rock 'n' roll icon documents his lifetime of passion projects in his new memoir, "Unrequited Infatuations."...
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What took place before Mafia boss Tony Soprano ruled North Jersey? That’s the question the much-anticipated Sopranos prequel film aims to answer....
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Jersey-born Cynthia A. Branigan recounts her special bond with Gamal, whom she spared from a potential trip to the slaughterhouse, in her new book....
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Haddonfield’s Robert Strauss examines the lawyer, politician and fourth chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court....
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Plenty: A Memoir of Food and Family chronicles Howard's career, personal trials and path to motherhood....
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Hunterdon County native Emily Rose, now based in Nashville, released her seven-song EP, Wings, this August....
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