Author: Fred B. Adelson

A century after its birth, the Morris County community hasn’t lost its signature identity or picturesque appeal. Many say it has the aura of a country estate.

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Scenic grounds in Bordentown that belonged to Joseph Bonaparte—Napoleon’s older brother and the ex-king of Naples and Spain—are set to open this spring.

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The Essex County community was an idyllic respite for Oakley after years spent living in tents, hotels and rooming houses on tour.

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Olmsted, who was born 200 years ago on April 26, designed green spaces throughout the Garden State.

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Muhammad Ali—who would have turned 80 years old on January 17, 2022—is Cherry Hill’s most recognizable homeowner ever.

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The pageant's archives are housed in a secret storage facility in Atlantic County, the region of its birthplace.

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Public art flourished during the Depression, thanks to New Deal work-relief programs. Many of the most ground-breaking works remain on view in NJ.

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Rosemary Castiglioni's White on White appeared behind Jill Biden during home interviews that aired this summer.

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The owners share their experiences living in—and serving as reverent stewards of—a rare art form.

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