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Mansion of Meows

By Eric Levin | 03/16/2015
jonathan rosenberg made millions in the first dotcom boom and cashed out to build a heaven-on-earth for seriously ill cats. ...
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When the Cheering Stops

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/16/2015
Judith Bokman founded the Standardbred Retirement Foundation to save retired harness racing horses from the slaughterhouse. ...
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Giving Tarzan His Own Turf

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
On TV's Man Caves, ex-NFL star Tony Siragusa builds palatial playpens for hubbies pushed to the home decor sidelines. ...
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Pet Project

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
ayna agarwal is not your average teenager. At 16, agarwal is the international outreach coordinator for the Teen Advisory Board of the United States Humane Society and has started two organizations of her own. ...
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Guiding Light

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Trenton-born Judith Light is helping AIDS victims—and helping herself to a hit TV show....
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Brother’s Keeper

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
michael barbarino has spent most of his life in pain or in prison. now, 36 years after his brother Vincent was killed, he is accusing another sibling of murder. ...
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Morristown Teacher Phones in Arctic Lesson

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Erin Colfax, a science teacher at Morristown High School, did not show up for class on September 23. Instead, she was in head-to-toe rain gear giving her students a firsthand lesson on global warming via a live satellite video feed from the Arctic tundra to a classroom computer....
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Steve Adubato: Transplanting Lungs, Saving Lives

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
In August, Dr. Lawrence McBride, left, performed the first two lung transplants at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, which this year became the only New Jersey hospital designated for the procedure by the Department of Health and Senior Services. Steve Adubato, Jr. asks him about his work. ...
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New Faces NJ: Charlotte Sometimes

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/17/2008
As she tours the nation this fall with Gavin DeGraw, everyone from MTV to The New York Times wants to know more about this strangely named girl with the big voice and soul-stirring lyrics. But spunky 20-year-old singer-songwriter Charlotte Sometimes, says despite her new-found fame, she “still knows how to Jersey it up.”...
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The Curd Nerd

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Ex-engineer Jonathan White eschews technology to make cheese that “expresses the nature of the grass and the cow.” ...
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The George: Knocking on Heaven’s Door

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
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Making Tracks in South Jersey

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Millville's new Motorsports Park offers a club atmosphere for the speed set. New Jerseyans can get their fill of car racing at the new park in South Jersey. ...
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The Swamp Whisperer

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/23/2015
Ranger Rich finds small pleasures in the Great Swamp, like helping children overcome their fear of nature. He leads tours and explains the intricacies of nature to anyone willing to take a romp through the swamp. ...
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Cutting Edge Filmmaking

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
The independent film "Split Ends" is based on Libby Christensen’s true-life adventures running a hair salon. Maplewood resident Christensen, who had no previous writing experience, was helped on the project by friend and client Gila Zalon of West Orange, known for winning a New Jersey Director’s Choice award for her film, Dream House. ...
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They ‘Tri’ Harder

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Philla Barkhorn founded Triwomen for the 'never-in-a-million-years-could-I-do-a-triathlon’ woman she once was. ...
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Chess for Fun and Business Profit

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
In Three Moves Ahead, venture capitalist and chess player Bob Rice shows how strategies devised for combat between black and white can keep your business out of the red. ...
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Barbecue Pit Stop

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
One of Jersey’s most successful new barbecue teams is Fat Angel. In its first eleven competitions, in five states, Fat Angel has racked up 25 top-ten finishes....
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High School Tennis: Three Aces

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
Thanks to motivated students and hard work, tennis success comes easy for these three South Jersey coaches. ...
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Meet Young Frankenstein

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/12/2015
As Young Frankenstein’s Broadway monster, Shuler Hensley lurches and bellows. But at home in Montclair, he’s one big teddy bear....
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Seeds of Hope: Ruth Dugan

By Shelby Vittek | 08/14/2018
Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees, Bayonne Medical Center...
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