Author: Ken Schlager

Veteran journalist Joe Strupp set his first work of fiction, The Crookedest Street, in '90s-era San Francisco, where city papers staked out political turf.

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Celebrities with Garden State ties reigned supreme on the advertising front.

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Prefer sand traps to sandcastles? These public courses—all an easy drive from the oceanfront—will satisfy your craving.

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18 books by Jersey authors we're toting everywhere from our backyards to the beaches.

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Winning reads to keep on deck until opening day.

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For his book on the iconic span, Michael Aaron Rockland climbed to the top of the 604-foot-tall steel tower on its New York side.

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Consider these classic films for your next movie night.

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The artist discusses highlights from his life in music, from collaborating with Glen Campbell to hugging his favorite U.S. president.

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Do you know about the Garden State's ties to some of our country's most famous historical figures?

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The days when the neighborhood dug out together are no more.

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