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Hit the jackpot all autumn and winter long with these upcoming performances....
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Peek Inside an NJ Designer’s Belmar Bungalow

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/30/2022
Jaclyn Isaac's weekend home is an eclectic mix of high/low and modern/vintage....
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The historic amusement park will boast a pair of exciting new attractions by 2025....
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After the Atlantic City Tattoo Expo debuted in 2001, it wasn't always warmly received. Two decades later, however, the cultural shift has been "huge."...
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The massive new Adjacent Festival is bringing a star-studded musical lineup to the Atlantic City beach next Memorial Day weekend....
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The popular game is releasing a Jersey Shore–centric board—but not before gathering suggestions from local establishments and residents....
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The Red Bank native proves the Garden State is not just a quick stop. He's back to launch a film house and reboot his cult-classic film....
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The Garden State has grown to feature one of the most comprehensive and organized high school surf networks of any state on the East Coast....
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The beloved festival brings iconic musicians, surfers and so much more to the Jersey Shore every September....
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A longtime builder and a nurse with a knack for design collaborated on their year-round family gathering spot....
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Is Atlantic City Finally On a Roll?

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/05/2022
Developers in this iconic Shore town are hoping, once more, to hit the jackpot....
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Chow Down at the Highlands Clam Fest

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/02/2022
Head to Huddy Park from August 5–7 to support a hardworking bayside town....
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For these lawyers, nurses, firefighters and office workers, lifeguarding gigs offer an escape from the daily grind....
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“I started considering how I could take that poor trajectory of my life and turn it into something more," says the Longport native, now the subject of the documentary "For the Dream."...
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Wahine Wine Company is stocked with local wines, while the Fish & Whistle Market offers local baked goods, cheeses, jams and more....
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I grew up loathing my freckles. As an adult, I cherish them....
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At Anchors Aweigh in Bradley Beach, the musician loves creating New Jersey- and Asbury Park-inspired designs....
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When War Came to Cape May County

By New Jersey Monthly | 06/29/2022
The story of the oft-forgotten Battle of Turtle Gut Inlet in June 1776....
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The centerpiece of the project, a 50-year partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers, will be a series of dunes totaling 25,000 linear feet....
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Sandy walloped the Jersey Shore in October 2012. A decade later, experts say our beaches are more secure—but much of the bayfront remains in peril....
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