Author: Dylan Runco

For several theaters on the Jersey Shore, Hurricane Sandy was a drama bordering on tragedy. Still, the show must go on. The affected theaters have salved their wounds and are preparing for the summer season.

Seen in: Jersey Living

After a long delay, the nominees for the New Jersey Hall of Fame’s sixth class have been announced. This year’s ballot includes the late Whitney Houston, long passed over as a nominee, and her cousin, fellow R&B songstress Dionne Warwick.

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Concert promoter John D'Esposito is reviving the Skate and Surf Festival with new mobile gaming features.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment, Jersey Living

We chat with Bayonne-bred author George R.R. Martin, whose seven-part book series A Song of Ice and Fire is the basis for the HBO fantasy hit Game of Thrones.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment, Books, Jersey Living, Just For the Web, NJM Q&A

As HBO’s Game of Thrones heads for a third season, its creator recalls the Bayonne boyhood that fired his vivid imagination.

Seen in: Jersey Celebrities, Jersey Living

Three months after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the New Jersey coastline, one of the Shore’s boardwalk staples is reopening its doors.

Seen in: From the Editors

Atlantic City's boardwalk—considered the world's first—has seen significant upgrades, additions and investment.

Seen in: Jersey Living

Many things have changed in Bound Brook over the years...except for all the flooding.

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living

The Prudential Center’s Devils Care Foundation is enlisting the help of the Rolling Stones to raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. You too can help¬–and maybe win a pair of Stones tickets in the process.

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