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In the wake of journalism jobs disappearing and unequal access to media, one effort to improve the landscape is at a standstill. ...
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Here’s how the new tax laws are going to impact your NJ alimony....
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From the Front Lines

March 1, 2019

Social Workers across the state are making a difference, one person at a time. Social workers can be found in every space in our community—serving others, researching, teaching, advocating—doing transformative work on a daily basis. Here are some of their stories....
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We found 28 St. Patrick's Day parades happening in counties around New Jersey for 2019. Celebrate Irish culture with any of these local festivities....
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Since operating its first trip on February 15, 1969, the PATCO Speedline has helped transform South Jersey....
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Let's show some affection for the Garden State's rich history—from the creation of the Jersey jughandle to the birth of the blueberry business and South Jersey’s Underground Railroad....
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35 Things To Do in NJ in March

February 11, 2019

Want to have a marvelous March? We found exhibits, performances, concerts and festivals that fit the bill. ...
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Show your love this Valentine’s Day by taking someone special to any of these events around New Jersey. ...
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From LeAnn Rimes to Gladys Knight, "The Jungle Book" to "Chicago," film festivals to an orchid show—if you’re looking for fun in February, our list of things to do has it all....
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The new year is almost upon us. After all the holiday feasts, gifts and celebrations, try one of these activities to de-stress. ...
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We found "First Night" celebrations, fireworks shows and an underwater event to help you kick off the New Year. Plus, keep the celebration going on New Year's Day with family- and dog-friendly parties....
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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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Habari gani? What’s the news? This month marks the 52nd annual celebration of Kwanzaa, the cultural-based holiday created for people of African descent and culture....
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New Jersey has a knack for breeding iconic singers and musicians. Here are eight pivotal moments in the careers of some of the Garden State’s most famous performers—plus one group of invaders from England and a slightly rotund fellow from Philadelphia....
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Tis the season for heartwarming holiday productions! ...
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It’s time for New Jersey Monthly’s second annual Top Dog Photo Contest. The contest, sponsored by Purr ‘N Pooch Pet Resorts, calls attention to the best-looking dogs in the Garden State—regardless of size or breed....
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A meatless Thanksgiving menu can be done, and it can include more than just salads, dinner rolls, and desserts. This year, try out one of these vegetarian thanksgiving recipes. ...
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The Sugar Plum Fairy, Mouse King and more characters from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker leap onto stages all over New Jersey. Join Clara, the young girl who is given a nutcracker doll on Christmas Eve, during her magical journey....
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Mikie Sherrill, Tom Malinowski help Democrats retake control of the House....
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At a rehearsal of August Wilson's "King Hedley II" at Two River Theater in Red Bank, director Brandon J. Dirden speaks softly and lets Wilson's language soar. ...
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