Jersey Living

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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Deaf-rights activist and author Sara Novic talks with us about her upcoming compilation of biographies of immigrants, and how activism today is a lot of, "yelling on the internet."...
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Sister on the Run

December 7, 2018

Sister Mary Elizabeth Lloyd of the Religious Teachers Filippini rises at 4:30 most days to get in a run before morning prayer and Mass. At 69, the sister still competes in long-distance runs for charity and to call attention to her favorite causes, although her pace has slowed to an 11-minute mile....
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In Mount Holly, a coffee shop that brews workplace skills for developmentally disabled adults....
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Reflecting the state’s panoply of world religions, treasured sites welcome and inspire strangers as well as congregants. We visited 12, from awesome to austere. Here they are, in alphabetical order....
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Cover Search 2018: The Winners

November 20, 2018

As smart as cameras are today, there is one thing they can’t do: see. The thrill of these superb pictures arises from the skill and intuition of the passionate people behind the lens....
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From a single bird, a collection of ceramic gobblers grows....
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Tax reform ended charitable deductions for most of us. For nonprofits it created a new uncertainty....
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Retailer’s giant fulfillment centers employ thousands, even without a new HQ here....
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App aims to make missed medical appointments a thing of the past....
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The Great Oak Awards recognize New Jersey businesses and individuals for their work on behalf of social and charitable causes and nonprofits. ...
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