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A showbiz legend, Liza Minnelli will play her one-woman, "Liza Minnelli: In Concert" September 28 at Caesars Palace in Atlantic City. ...
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fun. Fun. FUN

By Tammy La Gorce | June 22, 2015
The multiple Grammy-winning band fun. (the period is part of the name) might be based in New York, but Jersey blood flows in its veins, thanks to lead guitarist Jack Antonoff....
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The former Kean family estate on the campus of Kean University is on display for a Downton Abbey-inspired exhibit. ...
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Marc Maron's must-hear podcast leads to a book and TV series. ...
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The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys, a band that features three brothers from Lebanon Township ranging in age from 11-15, focus on bluegrass music. ...
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Industrialist Andrew Carnegie built 36 libraries in New Jersey—each an architectural gem. Thanks to preservation efforts and creative reuse, most still serve their communities....
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Puttering around the USGA Museum...
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Tiptoe through the tulips and other blooms at these five great public places this spring....
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Concert promoter John D'Esposito is reviving the Skate and Surf Festival with new mobile gaming features. ...
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An Ocean Grove artist pieces together scraps of Hurricane Sandy to create intricate mosaic works of art. ...
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We chat with Bayonne-bred author George R.R. Martin, whose seven-part book series A Song of Ice and Fire is the basis for the HBO fantasy hit Game of Thrones. ...
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An 8-year-old son and an accidentally thrown baseball lead to the Sundance Film Festival. ...
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When Newark Native Philip Roth Turns 80 This Month With An International Parade of Scholars Will Be There To Celebrate...
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These days, Zach Braff splits his time between Los Angeles and New York, but the actor is forever linked to New Jersey thanks to his starring role in the 2004 cult classic, Garden State, which he also wrote and directed....
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Bonnie Englebardt Lautenberg, whose husband is the famed senator, wants to "put a face with the laws" in her portraits of Congressional lawmakers. ...
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An artist who moved to the Garden State when she was three paints pictures of hulking storage tanks, defaced factories, and other evidence of structural desuetude. ...
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With Mom’s “undying support,” Max got a CIA degree and landed at Thomas Keller’s exalted Per Se. Then Mom went to school, became a cooking teacher—and won Chopped....
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