Author: Jacqueline Larcara

Leo Whalen opened his first boardwalk arcade back in 1953. Today, his children and grandchildren are keeping his beloved business alive—and even starting Ocean County shops of their own.

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From June 20-July 7, experience 18 days of family fun at State Fair Meadowlands in the MetLife Stadium parking lot.

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Through July 31, Howard Schoor will create and display his Trianglist art works in the Bell Works pop-up studio/gallery space.

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Take a break from the beach to catch a seaside production.

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In years following the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy—and damaging publicity from MTV's Jersey Shore—much of the Ocean County borough has been revitalized.

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Fun in the sun featuring everything from sandcastle-sculpting to succulent seafood.

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The accomplished choreographer has created the footwork for a string of theatrical hits. His latest triumph: The Cher Show.

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Whether you're in it to win it or just jogging for fun, these trots—some with food, wine and costume contests—offer something at everyone's speed.

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Want to get out and enjoy New Jersey without breaking a sweat? These walks are a step in the right direction.

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Fields burst with color at the Tulip Festival at Holland Ridge Farms. Starting mid-April, you can stroll the grounds, pick flowers and more.

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