Author: Jacqueline Mroz

Wonder Drug explores how helping others can be a life-changing therapy.

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In 2018, Governor Murphy reinstated generous tax incentives for movie and TV projects shooting in NJ. The number of local productions has skyrocketed since.

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The New Yorker writer and Montclair native authored The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021 with her husband, Peter Baker.

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The casual, surf-themed Shore spot blends dishes from Southern California, Latin America and the tropics.

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The Crooks Avenue offshoot of the downtown eatery serves fresh and flavorful Palestinian-inspired cuisine.

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In Jersey Breaks, the former U.S. poet laureate, whom Bruce Springsteen has called “the voice of the Jersey Shore,” probes his Monmouth County childhood.

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Deb Belfatto built an intensive symposium to educate and inform women about their health. It's happening at NJPAC on Saturday, October 15.

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People come from as far away as France to gaze at Paterson's stunning Great Falls. Plus, there's plenty of fabulous Middle Eastern cuisine to try nearby.

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What secrets might ooze out as investigators take another look at the 2014 deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan?

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This new reality TV series is shooting its pilot episode in Newark this October. Submit your online auditions through September 15.

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