Jersey Living

Getting a grip on foot golf (and gravity)....
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Sex on the Spectrum

May 9, 2018

Yes, people with autism can enjoy healthy relationships, but navigating social situations presents unique challenges. ...
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Brew Watch Co. was founded by Jonathan Ferrer in 2015 and draws inspiration from the coffee shops where he first started out. ...
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Who doesn't love a day at the zoo? New Jersey offers plenty of options, from large zoos to small, local animal parks and privately operated animal rescues. Here are our picks of the top New Jersey zoos....
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Genius-grant winner Betsy Levy Paluck looks at reducing conflict and destructive behavior by changing social norms. ...
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Who needs more cats and dogs in their life? You do! Add some happiness to your Instagram feed with NJ's favorite silly and lovable pets. ...
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Despite swank architectural elements, The George Inn in Montclair doesn’t take itself too seriously....
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Knitters and other fiber artists embrace crafting for relaxation, creativity and camaraderie....
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What Makes Jersey Irish?

March 12, 2018

Reflecting on the Garden State's Irish heritage. ...
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The Politics of Trees

March 8, 2018

Preserving a town’s arboreal splendor can cause a logjam of complaints from the neighbors....
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New Jersey women have shaped the direction of the state and the nation. The New Jersey Women’s Heritage Trail features 94 sites that help tell the story of their achievements....
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On campuses across New Jersey, more students are coming forward about sexual misconduct, but confusion remains....
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Nick Acocella's NJTV show, "Pasta and Politics" combines three of his passions: Cooking, eating, and politics. ...
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The New Faces of New Jersey

February 16, 2018

They come from all corners of the globe, all in pursuit of the American Dream....
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Jay Levin, New Jersey’s last obit writer, mourns the passing of his breed....
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Shortly after midnight on February 3, 1943—75 years ago this month—a single German torpedo struck the U.S.A.T. Dorchester, an Army… Read the rest

Grateful Bites is operated by Ability 2 Work, a nonprofit founded in 2013 by a group parents who yearned for post-graduation opportunities for their differently abled children....
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Classic arcade games, speeding go-karts, trampoline parks: These activities are fun for all ages. ...
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Underpaid, overworked and seemingly invisible, home health aides still find compelling reasons to care for the elderly and disabled....
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Surprising places to eat, explore, learn, shop, play and relax....
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