Author: Tom Wilk

“While I have grown about 8 inches and gained about 70 pounds since 1970, the size 10 boots still fit.”

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A new book chronicles Marvin Creamer's 29,400-nautical-mile adventure, which set off in Cape May 40 years ago.

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Princeton University was the site of the first holiday game 150 years ago.

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Green Gables Croquet Club in Sea Girt, celebrating 65 years, invites the public to play a free game of golf croquet this June.

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Local Color introduces hand-colored versions of originally black-and-white pictures, taken on Long Beach Island from the 1870s through the 1980s.

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Jersey-born Cynthia A. Branigan recounts her special bond with Gamal, whom she spared from a potential trip to the slaughterhouse, in her new book.

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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.

Seen in: Jersey Living