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December 19, 2007

Playing more than 100 shows a year around the country has given Nashville singer-songwriter Steve Forbert a train conductor’s connoisseurship of town names....
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If he had ditched his bow ties and gone back to Hoboken in 1944, after screaming Bobby Soxers mobbed him in Times Square, he’d still be a legend. But Sinatra became so much more than that scrawny crooner....
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“Touring,” says country-rocker Tom Gillam, “is 23 hours of doing absolutely nothing and one hour of doing that thing you’re there to do.” In between, “Drinking passes the time.”...
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WPLJ’s Brad Blanks—Hannah Montana doppelganger? He looked good, in a freaky sort of way, to a mom and daughter who’ll “Rock” Newark....
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New Jersey didn’t invent sex, but this selection of daring and dubious highlights brings our first sex issue to a climax. Just one question: Was it good for you? ...
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It’s the ideal escape: a well-appointed master suite with all the comfort and elegance of a living room. In this case, more really is more....
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Statistics and analysis about teen sex....
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Possibly the world’s first Jewish punk porn star with a BA from Rutgers, Oradell native Joanna Angel calls the shots on both sides of the camera and minds the bottom line. ...
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With all due respect to Humphrey Bogart, a kiss is not just a kiss. On a first date, the timing and placement of that kiss (not to make you nervous or anything) is vital....
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NJ 101.5 radio sex show Michele Pilenza - New Jersey Monthly - The Best of NJ...
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Okay, they’re not tawdry, but these twelve things you oughtta know about sex can help kick off a great year....
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Acting, singing, dancing, or playing in the band, a high-powered legal team pleases a jury of their peers in The Pajama Game....
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Atlantic City native Norman Joseph Woodland was inspired in 1948 to create a two-dimensional Morse code to convey product information in grocery stores. He and fellow Drexel University graduate student Bernard Silver patented the idea, which became feasible in the 1970s....
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Montclair Internet entrepreneur Don Katz has made the spoken word Audible....
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Life can get in the way of anything you don’t make a priority,” says Susan Manahan, a sex therapist for the Institute for Personal Growth in Highland Park. To make your lovemaking a priority, consider Manahan’s advice:...
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The guy thought he was a big brain, but he found that you can’t keep sticking your finger in the government’s face and get away with it....
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Dr. Robert Johnson, director of adolescent and young adult medicine at NJ Medical School, says parents need to be open and honest in discussing sex with their kids....
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Legions of folks England, Pakistan, the West Indies, and Australia love cricket with the passion of a Mets or Yankees fan here. Mention terms like googly, flipper, and stumps to a Yank, though, and you’ll be met with a blank stare, since we’ve exhibited little interest in seeing anyone play the flat-bat counterpart to our national pastime....
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When Englewood native Matt White was five years old, he met Bruce Springsteen in a diner. “When you’re from Jersey, that’s everything to you,” says White, now 28. “Every song of his makes me feel like a kid.”...
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