Author: Barbara Leap

Freya Dinshah is president of the American Vegan Society, whose headquarters are tucked away in Gloucester County.

Seen in: Eat & Drink

Enjoy strolling through this extremely walkable small town and exploring the restaurants, unique shops and events.

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The beloved Flexible Flyer Sled was invented in Burlington County in 1889. A free Moorestown museum displays dozens of rare designs from all over the country.

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King’s first-ever recorded sit-in—a little-known confrontation at a Maple Shade tavern in 1950—changed world history.

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Tom Turcich's journey took seven years, covering six continents and 38 countries.

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Seeds of Hope Ministries, a Camden nonprofit, launched Hope Chocolate last year to equip ex-offenders with workforce skills.

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Photographed together as children leaving the concentration camp in 1945, three New Jersey Holocaust survivors reunited in North Caldwell in 2017.

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They made New Jersey home after World War II. Now, they speak out across the state, educating young people about what they endured.

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Still flourishing, family-owned department stores offer an old-fashioned shopping experience.

Seen in: Jersey Living, Style & Shopping

Explore 10 of the state's oldest and most charming places to live or visit.

Seen in: Jersey Living