Author: Kevin Coyne

John Wisniewski, Ray Lesniak, others challenge Phil Murphy for place atop the 2017 Democratic ticket in New Jersey.

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Elbowing out his early competition among Democrats, Wall Street millionaire Phil Murphy charts a path to the governorship.

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At the Veterans Home in Vineland, old soldiers enjoy companionship and shared memories, some painful, some sweet.

Seen in: Jersey Celebrities, Jersey Living

Jersey City's resurgence delights some, but worries others. We take a tour with Steven Fulop, a mayor committed to keeping his city gritty.

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The late Beat Generation icon Allen Ginsberg is still an outsider in his home state.

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From military outposts and memorials to strange, sweet communities, history abounds in the Garden State.

Seen in: Historic Jersey

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

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Ever since he was a young boy, "Jersey" Jack Guarnieri played the silver ball.

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Archivist Charlie Horner reveals the hidden history of Asbury Park’s long-lost R&B and jazz scene.

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Originally known as the Freehold Colored School, Court Street School fostered a community for a neighborhood of black families.

Seen in: Historic Jersey, Jersey Living, Towns & Schools