Author: Drew Anne Salvatore

As a new resident of Hoboken, I have a voracious appetite for all there is to see (and eat) in the Mile Square City. Yet up until this past weekend, there was one place I vowed to never set foot in: Carlo’s Bakery.

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The Folk Project, a nonprofit, artistic community centered around music, seeks to recapture the magic of the coffeehouse.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment, Jersey Living

Baking Burglars

June 13, 2011

Two sneaky baking burglars bring grandma's recipes to hungry residents of the Garden State.

Seen in: Eat & Drink, Jersey Celebrities, Jersey Living

The Jersey coast offers more than just sun and sand. Use our guide and you’ll be ready to take in top-notch theater—from Broadway productions to children’s shows and outdoor classics.

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Your calendar for a summer of fun.

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New Brunswick isn't just for college students out on the town—world-class dining and premier theater experiences present a tempting reality for romantic couples eager for entertainment-laden evenings.

Seen in: Bars, Jersey Living

Maplewood resident Sandy Rustin presents her sketch-comedy musical about parenting at the South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Seen in: Jersey Living

A noted artistic director trades Shakespeare in the Park for the Two River Theater in Red Bank.

Seen in: Jersey Living

Every Sunday evening, while watching “The Amazing Race” on TV, I cheer on Big Easy Lofton and Flight Time Lang of the Harlem Globetrotters as they trot around the globe in a race to win $1 million. When I heard that the famed magicians of basketball would be in New Jersey this spring with five games at three different arenas, I jumped at the chance to see them in action.

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Culture By the Bundle

February 15, 2011

You don't have to go into New York City to find premium arts and entertainment, New Jersey has plenty to offer—and most of it without the stiff NYC price tag.

Seen in: Jersey Living