Author: Jacqueline Klecak

Jacqueline Klecak is an Associate Editor for New Jersey Monthly. After studying Journalism at Rowan University in Glassboro, she worked for KIWI magazine and on a special project for People Stylewatch magazine before joining NJM as a Research Assistant.
Currently shuttered due to the coronavirus, our state’s theaters, museums and cultural centers await word about reopening. Many fear long-term financial woes.

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Stories of sacrifice, service and resilience.

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Several New Jerseyans shifted gears to help combat the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) plaguing health-care workers.

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Art enthusiasts can't currently tour exhibits in person, but galleries and museums are producing virtual substitutions.

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Tune in to “Travels with Darley” weekday afternoons on NJTV to explore food, culture, history and quirky adventures around the world.

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“Discover the Firebird,” aimed at granting audiences a deeper appreciation of classical music, will air Wednesday, April 29, on NJTV.

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Rob McClure transforms himself (31 times, in fact!) in a new musical based on the 1993 Robin Williams movie.

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10 Hairy Legs is one of only a handful of single-gender dance companies in the nation.

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New Jersey theaters have found ways to ensure the show goes on by offering engaging virtual content, from performance videos to trivia to quizzes.

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Due to the coronavirus, even experiencing nature's delights is more of a challenge right now. But farms and festivals have developed creative alternatives.

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