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.
These storybook structures were home to many of our state's wealthiest inventors and entrepreneurs.
Upon his death in 1955, Albert Einstein's brain was removed for study. Then it disappeared. Twenty-three years later, the senior editor of New Jersey Monthly finally tracked it down in the unlikeliest of places.
Jersey beer history includes a 1765 law denying free beer to British soldiers and Krueger introducing canned beer in 1935.
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Buckets of clay and plenty of TLC keep South Jersey’s Nothnagle Cabin as sound as when it was built—a mere 377 years ago.
New Jersey's most famous native son goes from a scruffy singer/songwriter fronting bands on Jersey Shore club scene to a dedicated husband and dad.
Prolonged delays and extensive security check procedures haven't been the only additions to Newark Airport over the years.
Many things have changed in Bound Brook over the years...except for all the flooding.
How the South Jersey city revolutionized entertainment by becoming the birthplace of commercially viable TV.
Jazz was a fixture of clubs throughout Newark and Asbury Park, where greats like Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday plied their trade.
"Palisades has the rides, Palisades has the fun. Come—On—Over.”
On a walking tour of Hoboken, everyone’s got a story to share.
Alexander Hamilton’s slayer died in disgrace. The latest insult: He never got a musical.
During World War II, New Jersey’s Tuskegee Airmen fought battles at home, as well as over Europe.