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Libraries lend so much more than just books, from garden tools to instruments. Did we mention they're free?...
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Book a massage, attend a comedy show, takes special classes, enjoy live music and more....
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“Even though it’s a show about mobsters, it [provided] an awareness of New Jersey.... It’s a New Jersey phenomenon," says author Mark Kamine, the show's location manager. ...
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“Discovering Grant Castner” showcases candid, unvarnished snapshots of our state's ordinary people and places at the turn of the 20th century....
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Once routinely referred to as "the armpit of America," the Garden State is now reveling in a newfound respect....
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Local veteran and writer David Sears details a harrowing story of NJ heroes in World War II's Battle of the Atlantic....
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Martin Miller came from a theater in Arkansas, where he helped it grow to produce more than 400 shows a year and make millions of dollars in annual revenue....
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Reflections on the Pandemic shines light on the intricacies of Covid-19 experiences via students, staff, alumni and president Jonathan Holloway....
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Putting down roots on local pickleball courts gives a new resident a fresh view of—and extra fondness for—the Garden State....
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Artist/educator Carmine Tabone founded Camp Liberty so that children of all ages could explore their identities in an emotionally healthy environment....
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Photographer Ronald Gray captured the star of our January issue at a South Jersey ice rink....
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Chill out inside instead of feeling the chill outside. ...
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The sport is popular with wilderness lovers, adventure seekers and, of course, canine enthusiasts....
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Polar plunges in the icy Atlantic Ocean have become beloved, annual fundraising events for New Jerseyans with big hearts—and thick skins....
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Curling may not be as popular as ice skating, skiing or snowboarding, but it's an invigorating pastime worth trying this winter....
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High Point Cross Country Ski Center is the obvious choice. ...
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Jimmy Scalia lovingly preserves the legacy of the pop legend, who died 50 years ago this December....
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The Montclair production of Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill wonderfully balances the late jazz singer's playful and painful demeanor....
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Due to warming temps, many local ponds aren’t freezing sufficiently for safe skating. So Jersey towns and residents are taking matters into their own hands....
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Kelly Benoit says …with a splash of Kay explores the nuances in women's complicated relationships with work, friends and dating....
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