Author: Sophia Ahn

The mausoleum at North Arlington’s Holy Cross Cemetery, nearing its 35th and final year of construction and expansion, is expected to be the largest Catholic mausoleum in the nation upon completion.

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The finalists in our family business awards with a revenue over $10 million.

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Fairy Tale, Interrupted

November 5, 2013

"The Trouble With Being a Duke" by West Milford author Sophie Barnes is set in 19th-century England and revolves around Isabella Chilcott, a seamstress who seeks adventure at a masquerade ball.

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Ken McKeel, a tough, retired state corrections officer, says he gets a “warm fuzzy feeling” from helping dogs through the Monmouth County Society of Cruelty to Animals.

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The 10-episode series, premiering on the Pivot network on September 14, depicts two unconventional Newark households.

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In the Hoboken author's latest novel, a suburban community is torn asunder by a 12-year-old's disappearance during the Red Scare 1950s.

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Primary Primer

July 18, 2013

New Jerseyans go the polls October 16 in a special election to fill the Senate seat of Frank Lautenberg, who died June 3. First, we must choose among four Democrats and two Republicans in the August 13 primaries.

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Morey’s Piers welcomes an artist village of shipping containers.

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Bonchon Chicken

July 1, 2013

Modern Korean chain eatery that serves soy garlic and hot sauce chicken, along with a variety of sides.

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Is $444,900 too steep a price for a modest, Montclair home with a bizarre pedigree? That seems to be the market reaction to the unremarkable residence that, until 2010, was the base of operations for a now-infamous pair of Russian spies.

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