Author: Jennifer Finn

Half a century after opening its doors, Asbury Park’s storied Stone Pony is a global pilgrimage site, an eclectic house of music and a comforting neighborhood haunt.

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The Grammy-winning producer of the year will never outgrow a humble booth at a local greasy spoon.

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Jack Antonoff is one of the music industry's hottest hitmakers. He's also unafraid to wear his heart—and frenetic Jersey obsession—on his sleeve.

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Ezra entered the world on New Year's Eve in 2023. His younger brother, Ezekiel, waited until 2024.

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Photographer Ronald Gray captured the star of our January issue at a South Jersey ice rink.

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Jimmy Scalia lovingly preserves the legacy of the pop legend, who died 50 years ago this December.

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The Shirelles' Beverly Lee and the Angels' Peggy Santiglia Ricker also shared their stories in But Will You Love Me Tomorrow?, a recently released oral history.

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Clemons will play a solo show in Asbury Park on October 21.

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Helping people get to Springsteen shows gives Donna Gray, founder of Bruce Funds, an unmatched sense of "energetic rejuvenation."

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“Order’s Up! Paterson and the Rise of the New Jersey Diner,” cocurated by local diner expert Michael C. Gabriele, will spotlight culinary cultural icons.

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