November 2018: Top Doctors

Our annual list of the state’s best practitioners. 1,077 doctors in 72 specialties, as chosen by their peers. Is your doctor on the list?

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Top Docs

Why Does NJ Have Such a High C-Section Rate?

How various organizations, physicians and hospitals are making an effort to lower the state’s c-section rate.

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A Speedier Recovery After C-Sections

Saint Peter’s utilizes new model of care for women after c-sections.

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Replacement Parts for Your 21st-Century Body

Got an achy hip? Missing tooth? Faulty heart valve? Today’s doctors might have the answer for you–right off the shelf.

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Attorney General Gurbir Grewal Shrugs Off the Slurs

As NJ’s attorney general, Gurbir Grewal ignores racial taunts and focuses on protecting the state’s most vulnerable residents.

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After Federal Tax Reforms, Will Jersey Keep Giving?

Tax reform ended charitable deductions for most of us. For nonprofits it created a new uncertainty.

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Eat & Drink

Geared For a Fine Ride: Bici in Ramsey

Chef and bicyclist Anthony DeVanzo balances tradition and creativity at his refined Italian BYO.

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Rodrigo Duarte, The King of Hams

Rodrigo Duarte spared no effort to bring the prized pig of his native Portugal here. His long quest nears completion.

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‘Conditioning’ Beer is Back

Jersey brewers, looking to the past for inspiration (and improved flavor and texture), are revive the centuries-old method of bottle or cask conditioning.

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Where Europe Meets Asia: Bosphorus in Lake Hiawatha

Bosphorus is named for the strait that separates Europe and Asia and divides the city of Istanbul. Its Turkish cuisine is itself a bridge.

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Home Cooking, Vietnam Style: Pho 9 Vietnamese in Cherry Hill

The menu is vast at Pho 9 Vietnamese in Cherry Hill, but servers will help you find your way. And psst: portions are huge.

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Neptune’s Hippest Bar Scene: The Grand Tavern in Neptune

The Grand Tavern in Neptune has earned a loyal following, especially from local chefs, bartenders and sommeliers. The food is good, if uneven, but the reason the place is rocking is the quality of its bar scene.

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Garden Variety

Millburn Doc Puts on a Show with New Musical

Medicine the Musical gives med school a playful spin.

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With RoundTrip, The Driver Will See You Now

App aims to make missed medical appointments a thing of the past.

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A Conversation with NJ Devils Star Taylor Hall

We sat down with the NHL MVP to discuss the differences between Edmonton and New Jersey, what’s next for the team, and what makes Devils fans special.

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Adaptive–and Fashionable: Spotlight on the Runway of Dreams Foundation

With some well-placed Velcro, a designing mom creates a wave of cool-looking clothes for the disabled.

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When Numbers Don’t Compute

A professor of computer science at Princeton University, Brian Kernighan has written a new book that features math errors collected from other published works.

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Only in New Jersey with Steve Adubato

Stepping Up the Fight Against Opioid Addiction

State, local communities roll out initiatives to battle opioid epidemic.

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Home & Garden

When Kit Homes Made a Splash

In the 1920s, homes were delivered in boxes. We found one of the originals—lovingly restored on Kittatinny Lake.

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6 Dinnerware Items to Put On a Fashionable Feast

From prep to serve, festive tableware and colorful tools of the trade enhance your holiday entertaining.

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Look Amazing at Thanksgiving Dinner

Five wardrobe tips to add pizzazz with fun shapes, furry fabrics and sparkly touches.

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Glass Artist Jake Pfeifer’s Work is Hot Stuff

Garden State glass artist creates unique pieces for collectors and galleries.

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Exit Ramp

A Bountiful Harvest of Ceramic Turkeys Make for a Special Thanksgiving

From a single bird, a collection of ceramic gobblers grows.

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