Jersey Living

Enjoy riverfront camping with a sunset view....
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The game is played with a soccer ball over 18 holes....
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Take an easy stroll on the elevated Pochuck Boardwalk, and/or a challenging climb on the Stairway to Heaven hike....
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Expect plenty of rock scrambling (but sorry—no swimming!)....
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Get in the swing of things, then zip to the finish....
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Take a leisurely tour down a tannin-stained river....
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Pedal and picnic where mules once hauled barges....
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Labradoodle Norman Lebet of West Caldwell boasts brains, brawn and compassion....
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As spring rolls in, keep your eyes peeled for this shorebird’s kooky courting ritual....
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Sold! As people clean house amid the pandemic, virtual bidding is booming....
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The GOP frontrunner veers toward the middle in his quest to be our next governor. But can he steer clear of Donald Trump?...
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Having overcome drug abuse and dealt with his father’s untimely death, pizza vagabond Michael Fitzick finally found a home base in Bakeria 1010....
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Oh, the lessons we learn when living in an old house come cold weather....
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Amid the pandemic, Byrne is still networking, dropping F-bombs and handing out mementos of her husband, the late governor....
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As a child, George Dante mounted animals from his parents’ Totowa basement. Now he takes on some of the most prestigious projects around the globe....
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Celebrities with Garden State ties reigned supreme on the advertising front....
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Battered by the coronavirus, plus rising costs and delays, the $5 billion megamall still hopes to reshape America’s retail and entertainment landscape....
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Where has all the open space gone? In his Rowan research lab, John Hasse provides visual clues to questions about the Garden State's land-use patterns....
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What will happen to vulnerable tenants when Jersey lifts its pandemic-related moratorium on evictions?...
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The NJ State Lottery held its first drawing 50 years ago in January 1971. In the summer of 1976, I watched memorable characters flock to Black Horse Pike to play....
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