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Newark native Michael B. Jordan boxes on the big screen as the star of "Creed."...
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Breeding a Love for Rescued Animals

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/03/2016

Not many first-time authors enter Amazon’s top 10 before their book is even published, but then, not many get the… Read the rest

Jersey’s Frank: Sinatra at 100

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/15/2022
How a strong-willed mom, a few lucky breaks and some (shall we say) influential friends turned a skinny kid from Hoboken into an international legend....
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Where Women Have Their Say: A New Podcast

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/19/2015
Former 1010 WINS newscaster Sandi Klein interviews dynamite, passionate women on her podcast, "“Conversations With Creative Women.”...
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From Opening Act to Rock Biographer

By Ken Schlager | 10/23/2015
A former rocker himself, Warren Zanes' new book chronicles the life and career of Tom Petty....
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NJ-Bred Poet’s Road to the Pulitzer

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/02/2015
Poet Gregory Pardlo is the sixth poet with ties to New Jersey to win a Pulitzer Prize in the last 15 years....
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Shine On: Bulbrite in Moonachie

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/25/2015
The spirit of innovation makes the Choi family a bright light in the lighting business. ...
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The Ultimate Gift: NJ Sharing Network

By New Jersey Monthly | 11/06/2015
An unexpected trauma has occurred. With recovery ruled out, organ donation becomes a possibility. That's when the Sharing Network steps in....
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Josh Friedland—award-winning creator of the wickedly witty Ruth Bourdain tweets—returns with Eatymology, his dictionary of pricelessly preening new food terms....
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An Oak Grows In Jersey

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/23/2015
Richard Sterban, longtime member of the country quartet the Oak Ridge Boys, is the first New Jersey native inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame....
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Richard Lewis: All Grown Up

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/16/2015
Veteran comedian Richard Lewis insists he wasn't raised in New Jersey, he was, "lowered in New Jersey."...
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The Case For The Occult

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/16/2015
Jersey’s paranormal practitioners take their craft seriously, skeptics be damned....
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A Mind for Mayhem: Sons of Anarchy’s Kurt Sutter

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/09/2015
Kurt Sutter’s new FX series, The Bastard Executioner, packs plenty of gore. But that doesn’t mean he’s not a sensitive guy....
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Why a Cheesecake Crossed the River

By New Jersey Monthly | 10/01/2015
Junior’s cheesecakes, pride of Brooklyn since 1950, are now baked in Burlington, where a huge plant is expected to crank out 2 million this year, more next year. ...
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Walker in the Rain: Training with Harris Faulkner

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2015
Spending the afternoon trying to keep up with anchor Harris Faulkner as she trains for the Avon 39 Walk is no walk in the park. Well, actually, it is....
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A Friendly Face: Diego Roldan

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/14/2018
Diego Roldan volunteers at the Trinitas Regional Medical Center, aiding with an initiative to prevent delirium in patients 65 and older....
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A Place to Grow: Opportunity Project

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/14/2018
Opportunity Project is a nonprofit that provides services to the brain injured. ...
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Turning New Pages: Amanda Cooper

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/14/2018
Amanda Cooper wanted to share her love of books with other girls, and so partnered with the Moorestown Library to create the Girls Love to Read Program....
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Taking the Plunge: Norberto Rivera

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/14/2018
Norberto Rivera, 18, has dedicated much of his time to the Joan Dancy and PALS Foundation, a non-profit that aids ALS patients and their families....
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The Gift of Giving: Monica McLellan

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/14/2018
A former oncology nurse, Monica McLellan now dedicates her time to Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice, volunteering over 1,000 hours in 10 years....
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