Jersey Living

Recreation for individuals with autism is entering a new era, says Matt Schinelli, founder of New Jersey All People Equal,… Read the rest

Some parents are reluctant to tell recreation providers that their child has autism or mention the child’s special recreational needs… Read the rest

For kids (and adults) with autism, recreational activities can pave the way to better communication and social skills....
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The New Jersey Dare Devils is one of about 60 ice hockey teams in more than 30 cities for kids… Read the rest

The Keyport Garden Walk, now in its sixth year, allows visitors to explore about 40 green and growing sites in this charming town on Raritan Bay....
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Joe Barca will celebrate his 100th birthday like any other day: in his Salem County barber shop....
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Ariana Horry, owner of eco-friendly boutique Milk & Honey Babies in Englewood, opened her shop in 2015 after seeing the need for non-toxic kids products. ...
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AeroFarms is bringing innovation to Newark's Ironbound section and growing salad greens in vertical farms without the use of soil or sunlight....
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Chalvar Monteiro, a Montclair native, returns to NJPAC next weekend for the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater's annual Mother's Day performances....
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McCartney adds a second and final show to his Prudential Center stop....
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Show your support for our planet and enjoy the beauty of our state on Earth Day (April 22) and Arbor Day (April 28)....
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American Repertory Ballet performs the world-premiere of Jane Austen’s 1813 Pride and Prejudice on April 21 and 22 at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton....
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Artist Matthew Jensen's exhibit opens at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey on April 14....
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At Princeton during wartime, the great man joined students in reading from the Haggadah....
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Treat mom to a copy of Beauty From The Inside Out, the latest beauty handbook from Bobbi Brown. ...
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The 2017-2018 New Jersey Speakers Series lineup includes seven dynamic personalities including journalists, the former British Prime Minister and President Bill Clinton. ...
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Take advantage of the Garden State's bounty by signing up for a CSA–community-supported agriculture–program from one of your local farms....
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The ubiquitous convenience store QuickChek turns 50 this month, but the chain’s New Jersey roots stretch way back to 1888,… Read the rest

Go green during March with these fun St. Patrick's Day-themed events. ...
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The Mania Continues

February 28, 2017

Beatlemania lives on when The Fest for Beatles Fans returns to the Garden State on March 3 to 5. ...
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