Author: Joanna Buffum

After living in Maine for four years while studying English and Anthropology at Bowdoin College, Joanna came back to her hometown to work at various positions at New Jersey Monthly for four years. She's now back in Maine, working on her first book.
A Middletown High School teacher was pressured to resign after showing his class a viral video about Donald Trump.

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Gardening design mixed with American history in a Chatham gardener's April 2016 release, "All the Presidents' Gardens," makes for a great last-minute Mother's Day gift.

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These storybook structures were home to many of our state's wealthiest inventors and entrepreneurs.

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March 14, 2016

Starter kits make it easy for beer lovers to concoct their favorite beverage.

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In honor of Women's History Month, read about these courageous, outstanding women, all hailing from the Garden State.

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'Tis the season for sipping.

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Co-founder and editor of the Cannabis Business Times, Noelle Skodzinski talks about the chances of legalizing marijuana in New Jersey.

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Got a hot date? Important interview? Consult Ayush Rai, owner of Melange in Somerville.

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As a child, Charlie Puth heard music in the air. Now fans are filling the air with his music.

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Women had the opportunity to receive higher education from a number of institutions.

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