Author: Kevin Coyne

"Palisades has the rides, Palisades has the fun. Come—On—Over.”

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living

Poet Gregory Pardlo is the sixth poet with ties to New Jersey to win a Pulitzer Prize in the last 15 years.

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The Governor at 80

March 23, 2015

His gentlemanly style of politics may be out of favor, but 25 years after leaving office, Tom Kean is still intent on making a difference.

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News 12 traffic reporter Cara Di Falco calls ’em as she sees ’em. And what she sees is usually not a pretty picture.

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The 20 most frustrating, dashboard-bashing, teeth-clenching traffic nightmares in New Jersey.

Seen in: Jersey Living, Politics & Public Affairs

The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Holmdel bears the names of 1,563 New Jersey soldiers who died or went missing during the Vietnam war.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment, Historic Jersey, Jersey Living, Museums & Galleries

A Saint From Bayonne?

September 22, 2014

Her followers prayed for a miracle. Now a nun from New Jersey has achieved beatification. Sainthood could be next.

Seen in: Jersey Celebrities, Jersey Living

Industrial Artist

February 5, 2008

Rackstraw Downes has built a considerable reputation on his panoramic paintings of rural Maine, the Texas prairie, and the Manhattan cityscape, yet the industrial vistas on this side of the Hudson remain some of his favorite subjects.

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It Was a Very Good Year

February 4, 2008

Bob Gaudio didn’t think life could get any better. In the summer of 1969, he was living the life of a pop superstar, backing Frankie Valli as a member of the Four Seasons and writing the band’s smash hits. Then one day he got a call from the biggest star of all. Frank Sinatra needed some new songs.

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Bottom of the ninth. Yankees down by 1 to the Red Sox. Two men on…and rookie shortstop Joe Buzas rips one into left field.

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