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Tough Guy: Paul Goldenberg

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/20/2015
Paul Goldenberg has spent a career fighting drug lords and crime bosses. Now he’s out to nab homegrown terrorists. ...
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The Butt Stops Here

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/16/2015
Pork butt, that is. Also brisket, chicken and ribs. Kansas City Barbeque Society master judge Diane Mullaney rates ’em as she tastes ’em. ...
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Making Bamboo Taboo

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/20/2015
A frustrated homeowner takes her beef about unwanted vegetation to Trenton....
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Creating Art from Sandy’s Wreckage

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2022
Sculptor Laura Petrovich-Cheney's latest exhibition, "By the Block," repurposes fragments of wood salvaged from the ruins of Hurricane Sandy....
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Close to the Action: Bruce Beck

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/18/2015
For sports anchor Bruce Beck, attention to detail and hard work have given him a highlight reel of a career....
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Julian Zelizer: Presidents & Precedents

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/18/2015
The Princeton history professor talks about his new book, how we expect too much out of our presidents, and why Congressional gridlock isn't anything new. ...
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Stretch & Swirl: Traversing the Yoga Wine Trail

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/07/2015
Yoga meets wine tastings at these unique events throughout the state. ...
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Jersey Native Leads U.S. to World Cup Win

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/06/2015
Carli Lloyd, a Rutgers alum and Delran native, scored a hat trick in the U.S.'s stunning 5-2 victory over Japan. ...
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Brisk and Refreshing

By Eric Levin | 07/06/2015
That describes the prose of WSJ wine columnist Lettie Teague, whose tart, smart new book helps you fearlessly explore the ever-widening world of wine....
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New Mercer Stage Takes a Bow

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2022
The Mercer County Park Festival Grounds welcomes a bevy of performances this summer, including the Barenaked Ladies. ...
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In her new novel, Judy Blume recalls the scary days when airplanes seemed to rain from the skies over her native Elizabeth....
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The Year of Living in Limbo

By Eric Levin | 06/01/2015
Used to grueling, 14-hour days, the chefs of Elements suddenly had time to hike and dream as the new (and very different) Elements was being built. ...
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Local Farms, Locally Funded

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2022
Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is a growing trend throughout the Garden State....
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Ozersky, an NJM contributor, was an outsize figure in the food world—passionate, opinionated, a dynamic writer and performer....
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Liz Claman: Smart Money

By New Jersey Monthly | 05/04/2015
The Fox Business Network reporter talks with us about her relationship with Warren Buffett and how to invest like a billionaire. ...
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Sharing Spaces—and Ideas

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/30/2015
Coworking offices aim to breed entrepreneurs. Collaborators and eavesdroppers welcome!...
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Fencers Focus on Summer Glory

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/29/2015
Teens compete for a spot in the U.S. Fencing Association Summer National Championships in California this July....
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Voyage to Her Roots

By New Jersey Monthly | 06/10/2015
For poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan, a working-class childhood in gritty Paterson inspired a lifetime of luminous literature....
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A Knife Way to Start the Day

By Eric Levin | 04/23/2015
Every morning for a decade, a Montclair artist crafts meticulous collages from the daily paper. ...
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Bespoke Beer in Hoboken

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/23/2015
Three friends hope to help reconnect Mile Square City with its beer-brewing roots with 902 Brewing Co....
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