Author: Deborah P. Carter

Nell Irvin Painter, already a Harvard PhD., was 64 when she enrolled as an undergraduate at Rutgers’s Mason Gross School of the Arts, where she earned a BFA followed by a MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.

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Take a ride along Jersey’s beauteous byways. Grab your keys, pack the car and have a blast.

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Biagio Iuliano and his wife, Carmela Arale, have run Trattoria Biagio since 2003. They renovated and expanded the Stirling establishment in 2016. It offers “polished cuisine in an elegant setting,” for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Last Blast

September 17, 2018

August already? Yup. Enjoy these playful accessories before the sun sets on summer 2018.

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Hopes are high that the former Revel hotel has been dealt a winning hand this time.

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Balancing its classic musical roots with a wave of revitalization, this seaside Monmouth County town, with a population of 17,000, has reemerged as a hot Shore destination. From the iconic boardwalk to the Cookman Avenue shopping district, the vibe here is beachy cool and eclectic.

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Brothers Nick and Peter Dedes sold their long-running diner, the Union Plaza, and in 2016 opened Echo Tape & Grille.The Echo has an indoor fire pit, craft beer and a wide-ranging tavern-style menu.

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These galleries are well worth the visit.

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Whether you’re craving quiet indulgence or merriment and mimosas, NJ offers an array of spas to elevate your mood and improve your well-being.

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