Author: Nick DiUlio

Given the polarizing power of Chris Christie, it comes as no surprise that protests have greeted the announcement that the governor will deliver the commencement speech May 16 at Rowan University’s 2014 graduation ceremony.

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Historic preservation and family-friendly attractions have put the Wildwoods back on the vacation map.

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This South Jersey spot is an oasis of small family picnics and sleepy summer afternoons.

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Looking for some freshwater fun? Here’s our take on 20 New Jersey lakes.

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Marine Sergeant Matthew Bailey faced deadly fire in Iraq and Afghanistan. Then he came home to an equally harrowing enemy: PTSD.

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Beautiful Cumberland and Salem counties are worth going out of your way for.

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Barnegat Bay was once a vast food factory brimming with marine life. But development has degraded the bay’s ecosystem, affecting everything from the shellfish industry to tourism. Is the state doing enough to turn the tide on this man-made crisis?

Seen in: Jersey Shore, Outdoors, Politics & Public Affairs, Science

From his home in Camden, Walt Whitman often composed lines of poetry that reflected the cruelties of war and the beauty and struggles of simply being human. As Memorial Day approaches, it’s a good time to look at the work of another celebrated (if far less famous) Camden poet, Nick Virgilio.

Seen in: Southern Scene

The wildest late-night scene on the Shore unfolds alcohol-free at Beach Haven's the Chicken or the Egg.

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Haddonfield turns 300 this year. I hope they’re saving me a slice of the cake. As part of its yearlong tercentennial celebration, the township is running a contest asking people why they love the place so much.

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