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In his Union City warehouse, Giovanni Calabrese sculpts out-of-this-world creations for the likes of Google, Oreo and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade....
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Best of NJ 2014: Attractions and Recreation

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/11/2015
New Jersey is not short on fun activities. Take a look at the exceptional attractions and recreation around the state!...
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Celebrating Segal: Finding Majesty in the Mundane

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/18/2015
The work of the iconic painter and sculptor George Segal depicts people in every day poses, such as painting their nails or waiting for a bus....
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The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Holmdel bears the names of 1,563 New Jersey soldiers who died or went missing during the Vietnam war....
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Melissa Rauch: Playing Against Type

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/11/2015
The slight but feisty Melissa Rauch talks with New Jersey Monthly about her star-making turn in the hit show "The Big Bang Theory," as well as her upcoming film, "The Bronze."...
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Bill & Willie Geist: Father and Son Journos

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/11/2015
Father and son Bill and Willie Geist both wound up working in media. Now they've put their writing skills to good use in their collaborative book, "Good Talk, Dad."...
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Stitches in Time: Needlework as Art

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton will host an exhibition of needlework created by young New Jersey women in the 18th and 19th centuries. ...
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Where Victorians Still Reign

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Seasonal celebrations of past and present in Cape May....
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Book Fest Bound for Morristown

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2022
Bibliophiles will go wild for the Morristown Festival of Books! The two-day event takes place September 26-27 and will feature 22 local and national authors....
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Lawns and Literacy: Little Free Libraries

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2015
Little Free Libraries are cropping up in front of homes throughout the Garden State....
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Alter Egos, Made in Jersey

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/23/2015
The characters of Mendham author Ron Felber's books are gritty, colorful, and totally Jersey....
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Small Company, High Ideals: Nimbus Dance Works

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/05/2016
Building a bridge between world-class concert dance and the Jersey City community was the reason Samuel Pott formed Nimbus Dance Works, a contemporary company celebrating its 10th season....
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Family Friendly: The Braff Brothers Take Hollywood

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/20/2015
Zach Braff (the star) and Adam Braff (the big brother) collaborate on a new film....
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When the Frame Becomes the Art

By New Jersey Monthly | 05/05/2015
After receiving a frame as a gift, Linda Myers obsessed about making it bigger. Today, she pieces frames to create stunning art....
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Rachael Grochowski: Felt Artist

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/22/2022
Rachael Grochowski has turned her love of felt into a new business venture, creating unique placemats, coasters and napkin rings....
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Where the River Runs: Artists of Salem County

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/17/2015
Three generations of Waddington women have documented the simple life of Salem County through their art....
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Robert “Kool” Bell: The Gang Plays On

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/12/2021
Kool and the Gang began as a ragtag group of teens in Jersey City before spinning hits like "Jungle Boogie" and "Celebration." We spoke with Robert "Kool" Bell about the band's origins, and touring with Van Halen. ...
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Still Rockin’: The Sound of the Shore

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/11/2015
A brotherhood of early Springsteen-era musicians continues to attract crowds to the Jersey Shore club scene....
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He Knows Noise: Life of an NJ Foley Artist

By New Jersey Monthly | 05/06/2015
Foley artist Marko Costanzo uses found objects to produce the effects that make movies sound real—or surreal. ...
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Critic Frank Bruni: Hungry for Meaning

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/20/2015
A talk with former New York Times restaurant critic, now op-ed columnist, Frank Bruni, on teaching food writing at Princeton this semester....
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