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Tea Party Like It’s 1774

By | April 27, 2015
In Ten Tea Parties: Patriotic Protests That History Forgot, New Jersey-based historian Joseph Cummins shines a bright light on some obscure and forgotten rebellions from America's past. ...
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Our Q&A with Janet Evanovich focuses on how her inaugural Stephanie Plum novel made it into movie theaters...albeit 17 years after publication. ...
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This month we spoke with noted author and creative-writing professor at Princeton University Joyce Carol Oates about her work, her latest editing effort, and life in New Jersey....
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When Bruce Is The Soundtrack

By | April 28, 2015
Robert J. Wiersema's book Walk Like a Man: Coming of Age with the Music of Bruce Springsteen, personalizes the impact of the rock superstar's musical canon. ...
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Actor Paul Sorvino: Going Solo

By | March 13, 2015
Our Q&A with Paul Sorvino covers his film career, his relationship with his children, and his under-the-radar singing apperances. ...
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Patch Work

By | March 17, 2015
AOL’s hyperlocal sites are sprouting all over the Garden State. How do they fit in New Jersey’s changing media landscape?...
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Lost in the Pines

By | March 13, 2015
The Saturday-night scene at Albert Music Hall transports country music fans back to a simpler time....
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Author Mary Higgins Clark’s stellar career began with three simple questions. ...
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We chat with Gaslight Anthem front man Brian Fallon about his Jersey roots, his band's upcoming European tour, and "the Bruce thing" he has no desire to shake. ...
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Where Has Everybody Gone?

By | April 28, 2015
New Jersey native Tom Perrotta's new novel The Leftovers imagines what happens after the Rapture....
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The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum in New Brunswick is one of the largest university art museums in the country. ...
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Breathing Life Into Batman

By | April 28, 2015
Michael Uslan describes his struggles to bring Batman to the silver screen in a new memoir—The Boy Who Loved Batman....
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Rutgers Amps Up Opera Studies

By | March 13, 2015
The Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University looks to expand its opera program. ...
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The Folk Project, a nonprofit, artistic community centered around music, seeks to recapture the magic of the coffeehouse. ...
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Whodunnit?

By | May 6, 2015
If it’s a best-selling crime novel, the answer is probably Ridgewood’s Harlan Coben....
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Barbara Sinatra recounts her 22-year marriage to the Chairman of the Board in her new memoir Lady Blue Eyes: My Life With Frank Sinatra....
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Cape Crusader

By | April 6, 2015
Roy Steinberg, an established Hollywood director and producer of soap operas, leaves LA for the stage in Cape May. ...
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Car Cultured

By | May 8, 2015
Couples can step back into the not-so-distant past at the Delsea Drive-In, where dinner-and-a-movie all takes place in one romantic location (on wheels)....
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New Yorker writer and humorist Ian Frazier releases a new book—Travels in Siberia (Farrar, Strauss, and Grioux)—about traveling in Russia. ...
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I’m Not Done Yet’

By | March 16, 2015
Hubert Sumlin, the progenitor of a sound that has roots in the Mississippi Delta, will play at Centenary College as part of a two day blues festival. ...
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