Author: Brett Savage

As the 5.8-magnitute earthquake centered in Mineral, Virginia, rippled up and down the eastern seaboard, startling many an unsuspecting Mid-Atlantic resident, Carole King’s famous lyrics played through my head as I did what true New Jerseyans do in times of distress—I ate another slice of pizza.

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Researchers at MIT probably have little firsthand knowledge of the hypothetical divide between “North” and “South” Jersey, but the mobile phone data they studied recently illustrates a clear pattern of phone activity that cuts the state nearly in half.

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Athenian Garden

August 1, 2010

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The Offshore Restaurant

July 11, 2010

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Trading Secrets

June 15, 2010

The history of baseball card collecting isn't as innocent as the game the cards are derived from. For a fascinating read, pick up Mint Condition: How Baseball Cards Became An American Obsession.

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Test Your NJ IQ

April 16, 2010

Think you know a lot about Jersey history and culture? Test yourself with this NJ Hall of Fame trivia quiz. All of the individuals named are Hall of Fame members.

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Almost Super

March 15, 2010

The New York Jets went from preseason nobodies to contending for an AFC Championship against the Indianapolis Colts. How did they do it?

Seen in: Best Of Jersey

They may be Giants…but they do much more than simply play football. A Taste of the NFL charity event was held at the Stadium Club at Giants Stadium on Monday night. Fans and players (current and former) mingled amid a sprawling array of food sampling stations from premium metropolitan restaurants.

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The Fleet And The Fashionable

September 14, 2009

At the venerable Far Hills Race Meeting, the equestrian set parties in style.

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