January 2022: 52 Things You Must Do in New Jersey
As you set goals and make plans for this year, consult our comprehensive “52 Things You Must Do in New Jersey” guide.
The carefully curated list is the ultimate guide to fun, thrilling and, most importantly, only-in-New Jersey experiences to enjoy in 2022. If you’re really ambitious, visit one place a week.
Use the hashtag #52ThingsNJ on Instagram or Twitter to share your favorite things to do in New Jersey.
South Jersey saw its first big winter storm of 2022 on Monday, marking the start of what we’re told is actually expected to be an average winter in the Garden State.Read more
These increasingly popular ceremonies, rooted in ancient cultures, invite participants to let go of past burdens and set meaningful future intentions.Read more
Before ushering in a crucial chapter of funk’s history, the founder of Parliament and Funkadelic did hair at Newark’s star-studded Supreme barbershop.Read more
“I’ve discovered that the uncomfortable moments are usually where the story is,” says author Dara Horn.Read more
Through Urban BoatWorks, middle and high school students learn skills to build wooden vessels, problem solve and become productive leaders.Read more
Wagner, a junior at Camden High School, is the son and grandson of legendary Camden players. He’s also one of the top prospects in the country.Read more
Though grateful for a safe landing in the U.S., thousands of refugees—in limbo on a sprawling Pine Barrens military base—now face resettlement challenges.Read more
Many New Jerseyans have turned over a new leaf and reimagined their careers and workplaces amid the pandemic.Read more
Despite NJ’s vote to legalize recreational marijuana, some local leaders and residents don’t want dispensaries in their communities—at least for now.Read more
HOME & GARDEN
EAT & DRINK
Rich and Christina Cusack reopened their intimate restaurant after its original Philly location closed six months into the pandemic.Read more
Whether it’s tap or bottled, water is typically taken for granted by the dining public. But for restaurateurs, it’s a labor cost—and a potential profit point.Read more
The antique bar in an inexpensive Victorian inn offers budget-friendly Irish eats and pours libations late into the night.Read more