Author: Jacqueline Mroz

Longtime Newark residents Marylou and Jerome Bongiorno's film, "The Rule," documents an all-boys private school with a college acceptance rate of nearly 100 percent.

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Volunteerism is a way of life in Warren, and the people of the town make it what it is. From the coaches in the recreation department to emergency services personnel to Warren’s various boards and commissions, the vast majority of hours are put in by volunteers.

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Living down its past, a longtime Shore favorite puts on a family-friendly face.

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An 8-year-old son and an accidentally thrown baseball lead to the Sundance Film Festival.

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A film being shot in Pompton Lakes features local talent with virtually no formal training.

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A Westfield native films his newest short film over five days in South Amboy.

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Enjoying the laid-back delights of Lambertville and Frenchtown.

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New Jersey is the new hotbed of festivals celebrating cinematic talent.

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Above The Waves

May 8, 2012

A first-time lesson in stand-up paddling provides some shaky moments—along with fun and fitness.

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The Library of Congress names Walter Dean Myers the National Ambassador of Young People's Literature.

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