Author: Drew Anne Salvatore

A talented high school student aims high.

Seen in: Jersey Living, New Faces NJ

Holocaust survivors, exiled deep in Russia and Siberia during WWII, reunite after years of separation.

Seen in: Jersey Living

Though Westfield may be the smallest stop on the 21-city nationwide Top Chef Tour, Saturday’s demonstrations and meet-and-greet drew in the largest crowd the tour has seen thus far, as “Cheftestants” from the hit Bravo TV series made a short layover in Jersey before moving on to Philadelphia and New York City.

Seen in: From the Editors

Bigger Food Fest

May 13, 2010

The Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival was such an enormous hit last year, that it was guaranteed renewed billing this year.

Seen in: Atlantic City

Fun For All

May 7, 2010

New events and old favorites abound on the summer’s Shore calendar.

Seen in: Jersey Shore

The Silverball Museum in Asbury Park is packed with historic (pinball-related) treasures to behold.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment, Jersey Living, Jersey Shore

Crossed Keys Inn

April 20, 2010

Built in 1790, the Crossed Keys Inn offers a five-room B&B—four in the main house, plus a secluded English cottage (typically used as a honeymoon suite) with a charming balcony and a Jacuzzi for two.

Seen in: Bed & Breakfasts, Jersey Living

New Jersey bed & breakfasts come up big in charm, amenities, and hospitality.

Seen in: Jersey Living


April 4, 2010

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Sussex Inn

February 7, 2010

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