Author: Breanne McCarthy

Breanne is the Associate Editor at New Jersey Monthly. After receiving her BA in English from Rutgers-Newark in 2012, she worked as a beat reporter for a local newspaper before joining the magazine in 2014. She enjoys hiking, camping, reading and anything animal-related.

An explosive new book explores how teenage girls must cope with harassment, cyberbullying and slut shaming online.

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Plus: Campers benefit from wine tasting, clay therapy gains support, a school gets a helpful grant, and more.

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A mysterious photo links a man to the older brother he never knew.

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Plus: Morristown Neighborhood House names volunteers of the year, women in wildlife recognized, a truck pull at the Jersey Shore and more.

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How to keep an eye out for cyber threats, and report anything suspicious.

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Tips on possible terror threats come under scrutiny at NJ’s Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.

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New Jersey's pound fishing industry was one of the largest and most lucrative in North America.

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For almost 90 years, ferries would remain the only way to traverse the Hudson.

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Each month, New Jersey Monthly’s Social Datebook page features photos taken at various charitable events across the Garden State. The… Read the rest

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The town pharmacy once served as a gathering place for communities, where patrons could grab a malted milkshake, the latest comic book or any number of household essentials.

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living

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