Jersey Living

The renowned poet updated his most famous collection, Leaves of Grass, while living in New Jersey....
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Eric Schubert hasn’t even begun college, but his genealogy business is booming....
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Summer concerts have evolved into vibrant communal experiences. Here's this year's lineup....
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Eat, stay, play or enjoy a spa day at one of these fresh attractions....
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With the state’s marijuana legislation in limbo, businesses anxiously await the opportunity to grow profits from Jersey pot....
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At her nonprofit sanctuary in Hunterdon County, Jackie Kashmer rehabilitates imperiled bats almost around the clock....
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Producing aquaphonic greens is a group effort for the family behind HS Farms....
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The school's new campus, which opened last September, features a three-story academic building and a 533-bed dorm with ocean views....
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The Mangia Hoboken! Food and Culture Tour is a delicious way to experience the city....
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The American National Catholic Church, founded in the Garden State almost a decade ago, mirrors Roman Catholicism but diverges on such issues as gay marriage and divorce....
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Benny Babula was the best football player in Garfield history. Writer Hank Gola's new book "City of Champions" details a 1939 game in which Babula led Garfield High School to victory....
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Here's something to bark about! Nessie, a 1 ½-year-old Nederlandse Kooikerhondje is the winner of our Top Dog Contest....
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A designer turns her garage into a dining room with houseplants and paintings. She also pairs a modern table with chairs from the late 1800s....
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Charlamagne Tha God, radio-show personality on "The Breakfast Club," talks about his new book "Shook One," his therapist and living in New Jersey....
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Fraidy Reiss fled a forced marriage after 12 years of abuse. Now she’s helping hundreds of other victims escape their bonds. ...
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Novelist Jonathan Miles on writing in a shack, his friend Elizabeth Gilbert, and Hunterdon County’s solitude. His new novel is "Anatomy of a Miracle." ...
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Jamie Knott was always driven—to escape childhood wounds and to pursue his passions. But to become a major chef and restaurateur he had to beat the bottle, and that took years....
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Jersey dairy farms are folding at an alarming rate. From a peak of over 500, there are now just 47. Among other factors, it costs more to produce milk than farmers can sell it for....
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10 Must-Reads of 2018

December 17, 2018

Didn't have time to read some of our best stories of 2018? We've compiled them here just for you, including our July article on New Jersey's troubled malls (above). Happy reading!...
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The beard is real—and so is Ron Williams’s joy at playing Santa. ...
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