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NHL Warms to Jersey Talent

By New Jersey Monthly | 05/05/2015
Carney's Point native Johnny Gaudreau is tearing up the ice as left wing for the Calgary Flames....
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A Nose For Kids Who Need Comforting

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/18/2015
Calais Elementary School in Whippany has a new staffer, one who can sense anxiety in kids on the autistic spectrum with just a sniff....
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Cheers! Iron Shaker Mixes Fancy Drinks and Fun Times

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/24/2015
New Jersey’s premier mixologists—armed with sweet, sour, savory and spicy ingredients—vie to win the second Iron Shaker bartender competition. ...
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Lights, Camera, Gilman: A Young Star Shines Bright

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/23/2015
Jared Gilman, best known for his role in Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, enjoys the best of both worlds....
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In his Union City warehouse, Giovanni Calabrese sculpts out-of-this-world creations for the likes of Google, Oreo and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade....
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Rose Knows: The Baking Bible

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/13/2015
In The Baking Bible, her magnum opus, Rose Levy Beranbaum shows why pros as well as amateurs turn to her for guidance. ...
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How to Dress for Success

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Charles Payne, host of the Fox Business Network program Making Money With Charles Payne, talks about the importance of dressing for the job you want, not the job you have....
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Celebrating Segal: Finding Majesty in the Mundane

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/18/2015
The work of the iconic painter and sculptor George Segal depicts people in every day poses, such as painting their nails or waiting for a bus....
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Under The Hood: Photographer George Tice

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
After decades of ducking beneath the cape of his old-fashioned view camera, George Tice, one of the great photographers of our time, reveals more masterworks in Seldom Seen. ...
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Talking Turkey: Life on the Lee Family Farm

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/16/2015
The Lee family maintains a 75-year tradition, raising broad-breasted birds with a personal touch. ...
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Two Hundred Guests: Help for the Hungry

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/16/2015
Fifteen years ago, Rahway rolled out the welcome mat for a crowd of hungry strangers. ...
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Thriving on the Job: Spectrum Works

By New Jersey Monthly | 01/31/2020
Secaucus T-shirt company is a good fit for adults on the spectrum. ...
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Senior Class: State Senator Loretta Weinberg

By New Jersey Monthly | 01/14/2021
At 79, Loretta Weinberg is still fighting the good fight in Trenton. But these days, she also makes time for the grandkids....
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Giambri’s makes candy the old-fashioned way. Just don’t ask how....
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Let It Snow: Ski Barn Brings a Flurry of Fun

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/17/2015
The Fallon family is enjoying a long run in the ski business. ...
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Poet Goes From Classroom to the Stage

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
An English and creative writing teacher at Tenafly High School, Gary J. Whitehead will share his own poetry at the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival in Newark....
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Twin Power: FDU’s Star Sisters

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/16/2015
Twin sisters and basketball stars Kyra and Kara Dayon are lighting up the court at Farleigh Dickinson University....
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The Global Grocer: Markus Draxler

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/13/2015
When top-tier chefs need an exotic ingredient of impeccable quality from anywhere on Earth—and need it fast—they turn to Markus Draxler of North Bergen’s Solex Fine Foods....
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The Master of the Game

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/13/2015
Meet the Orthodox Jew who pulls the political strings in the predominantly Latino city of Passaic. ...
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A Tempestuous NJ Voice Returns Via NJSO

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
George Antheil made a name for himself with his riotous, fierce compositions. The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra will perform his piece, "McKonkey's Ferry," on October 10. ...
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