Author: Ken Schlager

Moments of Garden State gallantry to celebrate this summer.

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The Anchorage Tavern

June 30, 2016

Guy Fieri visited the renovated, more than century-old Anchorage Tavern in Somers Point, where you can feasted on plump oyster shooters.

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From a diner at a rural airport to a French chocolatorium, these lesser-known dining establishments are sure to delight.

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Whether it's music, sculpture or crafts you seek, these cultural touchstones will soothe your artistic soul.

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Immerse yourself in NJ’s cultural, social and industrial heritage by paying a visit to these enlightening museums.

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The state's most ambitious resort seduces with endless delights.

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Old Oar House

March 24, 2016

The Old Oar House in Millville is a classic, Irish-style neighborhood pub with more than 40 beers on tap. Perfect with the Pub Sampler (wings, rings, chips & dip) or the Guinness Irish stew.

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Our staff has hand-selected five fool-proof activities to keep you happy while you're snowbound this Thursday.

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The state of New Jersey has the third-highest percentage of foreign-born residents, with Hispanics making up the state's largest immigrant group.

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Jazz was a fixture of clubs throughout Newark and Asbury Park, where greats like Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday plied their trade.

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