Arts & Entertainment

A longtime journalist pursues visual art later in life and discovers a rich community of New Jersey creatives....
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Half a century after opening its doors, Asbury Park’s storied Stone Pony is a global pilgrimage site, an eclectic house of music and a comforting neighborhood haunt....
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The internationally acclaimed poet spent his final two decades living on Mickle Street in Camden, which has been open to the public for the past century....
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The license holders of the Tony-winning play granted rights to Hoboken High School for its robust and unique theater program....
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Lunar Faire brings fantasy-fueled shopping and entertainment across the state during new and full moons....
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Playwrights flock to Cape May each spring for this five-day master class....
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Jon Bon Jovi, Whitney Houston and Frank Sinatra are just some of the Hall of Famers who have service areas in their honor on the Garden State Parkway. ...
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Embroidery Babes offers custom hand-stitched bags and baby gifts, as well as connection-minded workshops for women....
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From Kelly Clarkson to Diana Ross to the Rolling Stones....
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A new book by FDU professor Kara Alaimo aims to help parents protect their daughters from online dangers....
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In addition to reminiscing about the '90s New York restaurant scene, the pair delved into Reichl's latest book, The Paris Novel....
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Maleah Joi Moon is making her Broadway debut in the new Alicia Keys musical. Her Franklin Township high school theater teacher coached her through the audition....
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“This film is us growing up with you guys—our New Jersey fans,” drummer Tico Torres tells NJM....
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The historian and retired Princeton professor has published a new collection of essays, I Just Keep Talking....
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Richard Hunt "brought a sensibility and edginess to the Muppets that they needed," says author Jessica Max Stein....
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Billy Pinckney self-published Passion Prevails to help aspiring baseball stars avoid some of the pitfalls he faced....
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Like his dad, the jazz legend Wynton Marsalis, Simeon Marsalis is a teacher—but his craft is writing. He's now a professor at Rutgers-Newark, his alma mater....
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"A lot of DJs wouldn’t be caught dead playing some of what I play," says Kacy Ross, host of WFMU's Wake ’N’ Bake. "But you need someone in the morning to be accessible."...
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Where to imbibe and enjoy live music this month....
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There were 238 bids on the piece of TV history....
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