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Jimmi Simpson, Hollywood’s Favorite Creep

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/01/2016
Jimmi Simpson, star of SundanceTV's upcoming Hap and Leonard, recalls his "really great" Hackettstown upbringing and "Jersey Style" barbecues....
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Forgotten Tales From Jersey’s Past—In a Can

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/01/2016
Forgotten Boardwalk founder Jamie Queli draws from Jersey folklore to craft her unique brews....
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Women Who Brew, Changing the Face of Beer

By New Jersey Monthly | 03/01/2016
A growing number of determined, multitasking females are making their mark on the traditionally male-dominated beer scene. ...
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Funny Girl: V.C. Chickering’s Nookietown

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/22/2016
A new book, Nookietown, sheds a light on what goes on behind closed doors in suburbia....
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Noelle Skodzinski: Reefer Writer

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2022
Co-founder and editor of the Cannabis Business Times, Noelle Skodzinski talks about the chances of legalizing marijuana in New Jersey....
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Olympia Dukakis Recounts Her Storied Life

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/17/2016
At 84, actress Olympia Dukakis is still charming, witty and hard-working. ...
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For WDHA, The Song Remains the Same

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/21/2018
After 35 years, WDHA sticks to its rock ‘n’ roll guns....
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Becky Quick: Quick Study

By New Jersey Monthly | 01/26/2016
CNBC's Becky Quick on her show's 20th anniversary, moderating the Republican debate in October and how her experience gave her a thick skin....
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On the Frontline in the Fight Against Cyberterrorism

By New Jersey Monthly | 01/20/2016
Tips on possible terror threats come under scrutiny at NJ’s Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. ...
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Courting Danger: Actress Christina Jackson

By New Jersey Monthly | 01/18/2016
The Newark-born actress credits a teacher with showing her the possibilities of the acting world....
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Neil Cavuto: Moderating Master

By New Jersey Monthly | 01/28/2016
Republican Presidential debate moderator Neil Cavuto talks about his thorough debate preparation, avoiding "gotcha" questions and Governor Christie's "relentless" campaign strategy....
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Charlie Puth, Rumson’s Pop Prodigy

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2022
As a child, Charlie Puth heard music in the air. Now fans are filling the air with his music....
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The Morris-Essex Kennel Show, The Show of Shows

By New Jersey Monthly | 01/08/2016
In the 1930s, at the height of the Great Depression, the Morris-Essex Kennel Show was said to be the world’s largest and richest one-day sporting event....
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Hoboken’s Hot Dog Man

By New Jersey Monthly | 01/14/2016
Serving the famous—and infamous—for 52 years....
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A List of Past Seeds of Hope Judges

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/11/2016
Here is a list of past judges of our annual Seeds of Hope awards....
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Past Seeds of Hope Honorees

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/11/2016
Here is our list of past Seeds of Hope honorees and the organizations for which they volunteer. ...
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The Right Touch of Whimsy

By New Jersey Monthly | 12/21/2015
A shared past in Millburn lead to a connection between humorist writer Dan Zevin and illustrator Dylan Klymenko, and a delightful book series....
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Raising Spirits at the Iron Shaker Competition

By New Jersey Monthly | 12/17/2015
NJ's top bartenders scared up seasonal and historical cocktails for the Third Annual Iron Shaker competition...
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Bill Maher: Jersey Rules

By New Jersey Monthly | 12/15/2015
Comedian and political commentator Bill Maher talks his River Vale childhood, why Jersey breeds so many entertainers, and Christie's shot at the presidency (hint: slim)....
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Against the Clock: ABA President Paulette Brown

By New Jersey Monthly | 12/15/2015
Paulette Brown, the first woman of color to lead the nation’s lawyers, has an ambitious agenda for diversity and judicial fairness—but just one year to get the job done....
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