Author: Tina Kelley

Online events help nonprofits raise money, but for many cultural and charitable institutions, pandemic-related revenue shortfalls are staggering.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment, Jersey Living

Part of a national reform model, the six-year high school allows students to earn a tuition-free associate degree—and a leg up on the job market.

Seen in: Towns & Schools

In his new book, Anthony DePalma reveals the extraordinary in ordinary lives.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment

In his new memoir, Paul Lisicky reflects on the process of becoming himself—in the midst of a global crisis.

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment

For patients on the autism spectrum, finding qualified practitioners—and insurance coverage—for even the most basic health needs can be a challenge.

Seen in: Health, Jersey Living

At her nonprofit sanctuary in Hunterdon County, Jackie Kashmer rehabilitates imperiled bats almost around the clock.

Seen in: Animals, Jersey Living

Want to get out and enjoy New Jersey without breaking a sweat? These walks are a step in the right direction.

Seen in: Outdoors

A Teaneck resident fulfills her late mother's dream by publishing a book of her work, "H is for Haiku: A Treasury of Haiku from A to Z."

Seen in: Books

Tax reform ended charitable deductions for most of us. For nonprofits it created a new uncertainty.

Seen in: Jersey Living

New Jersey is a hotbed of contemporary poets. Ever wonder why?

Seen in: Arts & Entertainment, Books