Best Of Jersey

Rock Solid

March 15, 2010

Jon Bon Jovi helps develop an affordable housing tract, called JBJ Soul Homes, in Newark. ...
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Every spring, the Atlantic shad (an ocean fish), swims up the Delaware River. What better reason to hold a festival in the fish's honor? The annual Shad Festival has become a New Jersey institution. ...
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If Ray Chambers was jetlagged, it did not show. The 67-year-old philanthropist, appointed Special Envoy for malaria by the United Nations Secretary General in 2008, had arrived home from a six-day trip to Africa the day before. Now, sitting at his foundation offices in Morristown, he was, as usual, impeccably and formally dressed. Calm. Focused. ...
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The New York Jets went from preseason nobodies to contending for an AFC Championship against the Indianapolis Colts. How did they do it? ...
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New Jersey Devils Stars Zach Parise and Jamie Langebrunner helped the U.S. bring home a silver metal at this year's Winter Olympics in Vancouver. ...
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NJ residents rose to the occasion and responded with commendable zeal and charity to crisis abroad in Haiti by contributing vast quantities of humanitarian aid. ...
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You may recognize Vera Farmiga from Up in the Air, or The Departed, but the Irvington-native honed her considerable acting skills on high school stages around NJ. ...
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Our editors celebrate the commitment, dedication, honor, and sacrifice exhibited by our armed forces in harm's way across the globe. They've surely done New Jersey proud. ...
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By now, everyone is familiar with the David Goldman custody battle. But what everyone might not be aware of is the depth of Congressman Chris Smith's involvement in returning Sean to his father. ...
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This year, Kelly Kulick became the first woman to win a Professional Bowlers Association tour title. The Jersey native knows a thing or two about shattering expectations. ...
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25 Perfect Pizzas

January 12, 2010

We asked for your suggestions, then we started to eat—and eat. We logged more than a thousand miles, and concluded that these are the pies to pine for....
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2010 Best Of Poll

November 12, 2009

It’s your turn! For the first time ever, New Jersey Monthly readers will determine the BEST OF NEW JERSEY. To take part in the survey, just complete the ballot below....
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2009 Family Business Awards

October 23, 2009

Here are the winners of our annual Family Business Awards. The awards are bestowed upon the most outstanding family-owned enterprises in the state....
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Peerless Piers

October 13, 2009

The Morey family’s wild ride reaches new heights....
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The Flemmings infuse their nursing facility with warmth and dignity....
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2009 Seeds of Hope

August 11, 2009

Our 2009 Seeds of Hope honorees are paving the way....
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March 20, 2009

At New Jersey Monthly, our job every month is to bring you the best the state has to offer....
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Heavy Medalists

March 18, 2009

Last summer, more than 850 American athletes participated in the Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Games. More than 60 hailed from New Jersey....
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Ken Lockwood Gorge offers rustic trout fishing not too far off the beaten path....
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Like many college students, Catherine Cook spent spring break in the Bahamas, catching rays on the beach. But the Skillman native also had her laptop nearby to keep tabs on her multimillion-dollar Internet company. Cook, 19 and a sophomore at Georgetown University, is president of myYearbook.com, a social networking website she cofounded four years ago with her brother Dave, now 20 and a junior at the University of Colorado....
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