Author: Tom Wilk

History professor Jacob A. Zumoff tells the story of one of New Jersey’s longest work stoppages.

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9 books by Jersey authors to savor down the Shore or by the pool.

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Pam Jenoff's 11th novel, The Woman With the Blue Star, was inspired by actual events surrounding Jews who lived in a sewer to avoid the Nazis.

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The NJ State Lottery held its first drawing 50 years ago in January 1971. In the summer of 1976, I watched memorable characters flock to Black Horse Pike to play.

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Doctor Dealer shares new details behind "a doctor high on greed, a biker gang high on opioids, and the woman who paid the ultimate price."

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18 books by Jersey authors we're toting everywhere from our backyards to the beaches.

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Salem County has adapted its Arts in Bloom driving tour amid the Covid-19 crisis.

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South Jersey's glassmaking tradition is still going strong.

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Just the sight of a bakery can lift one’s spirits. We did the hard work of visiting and tasting so you can make a beeline for Jersey’s finest.

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Dewar MacLeod’s new book explores influential scenes throughout Garden State history.

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