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Special Needs, Special Teammates

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/31/2015
The Brick Stars, lead by Coach Alex DePalma, are the fastest growing special-needs hockey team in the nation....
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Teenage Gamer Turns a Profit

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/20/2015
A River Edge sophomore has earned $70,000 in seven months from his popular online game....
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Chef of the Bottom Line

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/26/2015
Restaurants rely on accountant Donna Vilardi to keep them solvent. It takes a specialist, she says, because eateries are a unique breed of business....
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Why did it take a publisher in Maine to produce The Pork Roll Cookbook? I don’t know, but I’m glad… Read the rest

Philosopher Ruth Chang: Make Hard Choices

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/09/2015
The Rutgers professor chats with us about discovering your true self, the beauty of indecision and how to shop for a toaster. ...
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The Governor at 80

By New Jersey Monthly | 12/30/2015
His gentlemanly style of politics may be out of favor, but 25 years after leaving office, Tom Kean is still intent on making a difference. ...
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Counting Down Jersey Songs

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/25/2015
A veteran pop writer is halfway through a 350-song playlist....
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Ridgewood Composer in NJSO Spotlight

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/19/2015
Darryl Kubian is a rarity. The New Jersey native, who lives in Pompton Lakes, is both composer and working musician. His work as a composer will be highlighted in March, when the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra premieres O for a Muse of Fire, Kubian’s concert overture based on Shakespeare’s Henry V....
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Red Bank Group Strives to Save Historic Home

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/13/2015
A community fights to save a landmark of African-American history....
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Heal All: NJ’s LGBT Doctors

By New Jersey Monthly | 05/05/2015
Two Jersey doctors blaze a new trail by offering primary care tailored to LGBT patients....
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Senior Class: Guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2020
At 89, renowned Saddle River guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli is still swinging. ...
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America has given Russian-born author Elena Gorokhova the opportunity to express herself—and hunt for bargains....
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Mean Streets, Sensitive Cops: Camden’s New Guard

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/18/2015
In Camden, a new county police force aims to connect with the people it is supposed to protect....
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Our Woman in Washington: CNN’s Dana Bash

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/19/2015
CNN correspondent Dana Bash strides through the Capitol, greeting politicians and finding stories in the back stairwells. Next assignment: covering the GOP presidential candidates....
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Painful Memories Yield to A Blissful Celebration

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
A survivor of Auschwitz and Dachau, Jack Zaifman will be honored along with other Holocaust survivors at the Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County's Historic Illumination Ball on February 28....
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Long Player: Rob Lincoln’s 300 Song Album

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/18/2015
Mount Laurel singer/songwriter Rob Lincoln may have a place in the record books with his new album, which features 300 songs of varying genres....
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Risky Business: Peak Performances at MSU

By Shelby Vittek | 01/31/2017
Peak Performances celebrates 10 years on the cutting-edge of the arts at Montclair State....
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Kids’ Music With a Kick

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/18/2015
Fans flock to kindie artists’ performances—as long as mom or dad provide the ride....
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Buckets of clay and plenty of TLC keep South Jersey’s Nothnagle Cabin as sound as when it was built—a mere 377 years ago. ...
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Morning’s Warnings: Traffic Reporter Cara Di Falco

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
News 12 traffic reporter Cara Di Falco calls ’em as she sees ’em. And what she sees is usually not a pretty picture....
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