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The National Park Service marks its centennial this month—and New Jersey has 12 reasons to celebrate.
Across New Jersey, more than 80 species—from birds to bobcats—are imperiled by loss of habitat and other man-made threats.
Our annual list of the absolute best restaurants to eat in New Jersey.
Do you have a favorite restaurant in New Jersey for steak? Pizza? Hot dogs? Make your opinion known by voting in our annual Restaurant Poll!
Upscale restaurants are switching to plates and bowls by ceramicist Jono Pandolfi, whose stoneware makes porcelain seem prissy.
From Trap Rock Brewery to Roots steakhouses and the hip Urban Table, Harvest Group’s restaurants stick to their seasonal, local goals.
New head coach Chris Ash brings intensity (and a dash of anger) to Rutgers football.
Two friends from Montclair's love of music has blossomed into Pinegrove, a band on the brink of breaking out big time.
Mike Dawson and Pete Mars turn digitally-printed fabric into unique, fun pillows with their company Arnge.
The exhibition, on display at 70 South Gallery in Morristown, features photographs and portraits taken around the world by Peace Corps volunteers.
Not ready to say goodbye to summer just yet? Spend the final days of the season at a concert on the beach or sampling wine under the stars at the shore.
Got a hot date? Important interview? Consult Ayush Rai, owner of Melange in Somerville.
Decorate a room with A-list brands, or find similar styles on a shoestring budget.
The merits of alpaca inspire a luxury line.
Not all of Thomas Edison's 1,093 patents were successful. Case in point: the concrete house. But this Montclair family is happy to make it their own.
Perched 18 floors above the Shrewsbury River, the Fromkins transformed their galley kitchen into something as stunning as their view.
A Hoboken couple living in a former elementary school updated their dark, dated and cramped kitchen into something bright and unique.
How an Adubato thrust himself into Sinatra’s notorious brouhaha at Atlantic City’s Golden Nugget.
We need a new Hudson River tunnel. But who will pay?