Jersey Living

4 Things We Liked in January

January 10, 2017

I Freely Confess… Tasting menus, fine wines, farm-to-    table—sometimes I just want egg foo yong. Any place where photos of… Read the rest

Yoga at Work

January 3, 2017

Promoting mindful living on the job....
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4 Things We Liked in December

December 26, 2016

What got our attention this month....
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It was November 1976; Brendan Byrne was governor, AC had its first casino, the suburbs were booming and New Jersey was about to get its own magazine....
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Cutting down your own Christmas tree is easier than slicing through fruitcake at these 25 local tree farms. ...
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40 Reasons to Love NJ

December 1, 2016

For NJM’s 40th, we've rounded up 40 Jersey people, places and peculiarities that show though Jersey's small, it packs a big punch. ...
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Vote for your Jersey favorites in our Reasons to Love NJ poll, presented by Calandra's. ...
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4 Things We Liked in November

November 15, 2016

Kudos to Rutgers University for becoming the first of New Jersey’s institutions of higher education with a program to provide relief for soaring textbook costs. ...
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As the founding dean of Seton Hall’s new med school, Bonita Stanton aims to rewrite the book on health education....
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At the Veterans Home in Vineland, old soldiers enjoy companionship and shared memories, some painful, some sweet....
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10 companies honored for exceptional support of worthy causes at the Great Oak Awards. ...
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Help us honor New Jersey businesses for their outstanding support of non-profits throughout the state....
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The Historic Village at Allaire in Wall hosts seasonally-themed events activities, all while reveling in a delightful portrait of 19th-century America....
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Autumn in the Garden State is a cornucopia of fun attractions (and tasty seasonal treats) for the whole family to enjoy....
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It’s my big chance to roll with the derby girls. (I get knocked down, but I get up again.)...
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Our 2016 Seeds of Hope winners are exceptional volunteers and community members....
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Susan Brillhart uses her expertise and compassion to certify foster kids are properly cared for and “engaged, happy and joyful” while in the system. ...
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Tyler Treible's passion for helping others led him to volunteer as an EMT for the Rockaway Township Fire Department, Company 5....
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Alexandra Jackman's empathy helped her connect with her peers with autism, and open avenues to better communicate with them....
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Despite personal setbacks, Anthony Iannarone has helped the Nutley Public Library flourish for 30 years....
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