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Ku Klux Klan members and Nazis were part of our state's past long before groups like the Proud Boys showed up....
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Public officials, prosecutors and other experts have tracked a mounting wave of white supremacy, racism, anti-Semitism and intolerance in the Garden State....
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Tips for approaching goals, building momentum and giving yourself grace....
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A financial advisor weighs in on getting more bang for your buck....
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The organization works to combat hunger and provide education, immigration services and more for families in need....
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Sri Nihal Tammana has facilitated the recycling of more than 200,000 batteries. He says it's something everyone can do "for the good of the planet."...
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When striped bass follow bait into local waters, anglers from all over show up to try landing them—no expensive boats or tackle needed....
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These were some of New Jersey Monthly's most popular reads in 2023....
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"A Good Person," written and directed by the Jersey-bred director of "Garden State," filmed in South Orange and Maplewood in 2021. ...
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"It’s loud, it’s brash, it’s very honest": On New Jersey TikTok, our quirks and characters resonate with people inside the Garden State and out....
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The North Jersey Community Research Initiative (NJCRI) also aims to diligently support the LGBTQ community....
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The student-run nonprofit produces monthly drug- and alcohol-free music shows while fostering confidence and self-esteem....
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Here are some Garden State organizations you may want to support on this annual celebration of generosity and kindness. ...
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Seeds of Hope Ministries, a Camden nonprofit, launched Hope Chocolate last year to equip ex-offenders with workforce skills....
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Check out the captivating results of our annual search for local photographers' best work....
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In addition to players Matt Turner and Brenden Aaronson, USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter is also from New Jersey. ...
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In 2018, Governor Murphy reinstated generous tax incentives for movie and TV projects shooting in NJ. The number of local productions has skyrocketed since....
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The historic amusement park will boast a pair of exciting new attractions by 2025....
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The Center for Educational Advancement (CEA), which assists students and adults with disabilities, will hold its 30th annual 5K fundraiser this Thanksgiving....
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From a Great Pyrenees who sits in on reading lessons to a goldendoodle who soothes children in crisis, these canines are a comforting presence in NJ schools....
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