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.
Wave to police officers and clap along with the marching band as you honor our country's fallen military personnel.

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Celebrate the unofficial start of summer in the beach town of your choice.

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Take in life-like art in the open air at Grounds For Sculpture before grabbing a nearby bite.

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In Ballet Class: An American History, Rowan professor Melissa Klapper traces the social history of a ubiquitous art form.

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In Gabriel Jason Dean's #RIFT, watch interactions unfold between two real-life brothers—one, a liberal playwright; the other, an alt-right convicted murderer.

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Get in the swing of things, then zip to the finish.

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Rachel Handler's So You Wanna Be an Actor shines a light on the ableism ingrained in the entertainment industry.

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For Taneshia Nash Laird, a longtime local changemaker, the arts are an opportunity to uplift a community.

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The 1991 broadcast of The Colored Museum, digitally available Feb. 2–28, remains a resonant exposé of American history—and celebration of Black culture.

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Turn downtime into productive time in 2021.

Seen in: Jersey Living