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Chalvar Monteiro, a Montclair native, returns to NJPAC next weekend for the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater's annual Mother's Day performances....
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New Brunswick reporter Charlie Kratovil has earned a reputation for tenacity. Not everyone is pleased about the stories he breaks on his hyperlocal website. ...
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Wayne-born Tracey Wigfield won an Emmy for her work on 30 Rock. Now she's striking out on her own with a new series, Great News, premiering April 25. ...
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As a high-profile attorney, John Koufos rose like a rocket, then dropped like a stone, leaving tragedy in his alcoholic wake. Now he’s back to a productive life, helping fellow ex-cons reenter society....
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Former governor’s vision helps untangle the knotted lives of others....
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At Princeton during wartime, the great man joined students in reading from the Haggadah....
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Treat mom to a copy of Beauty From The Inside Out, the latest beauty handbook from Bobbi Brown. ...
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After a Cy Young season, the NJ-bred pitcher just wants to play his game....
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A competitive spirit and plenty of Jersey grit have made Al Leiter as big a success in the broadcast booth as he was on the pitcher’s mound. ...
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Need a good laugh? The Garden State hosts plenty of laugh-out-loud comedians this month, just in time for April Fool’s Day....
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Grover Cleveland was born in a modest, wood-framed house in Caldwell 180 years ago this month. Today, that house is a state historic site....
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Beatlemania lives on when The Fest for Beatles Fans returns to the Garden State on March 3 to 5. ...
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In a new novel, Orpahn Train author Christina Baker Kline uses a celebrated painting as her canvas....
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The Hall of Fame’s newest class is rich in figures from the performing arts, including Kelly Ripa, Ray Liotta and Wyclef Jean. ...
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No longer hiding her Muslim identity, author Amani Al-Khatahtbeh discusses her faith, her website and her youth in New Jersey. ...
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Martyna Krowicka, 28, chef of Latour at Crystal Springs—one of NJM's Top 25 restaurants in the state—overcomes three opponents and her own jitters to win last night's episode of the long-running series....
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Husband and wife Justin Nawn and Bronwyn Bird bring their passion for music to the Birdhouse Center for the Arts in Lambertville....
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After six decades in the public eye, Gay Talese can handle a little controversy—no matter how ugly....
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Hoboken’s Aldo Civico has made conflict resolution his life’s work. Sometimes, it gets a little hairy....
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Two new books illuminate the life of Louis Bamberger, the entrepreneur, patron of the arts and philanthropist who founded the chain in 1892 in Newark....
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