Most Recent in Jersey Celebrities

Jim Fenhagen—winner of 20 Emmys for set design—talks about "the biggest, most scrutinized job in my career." ...
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Raking In the Shore’s Crystal Bounty

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/01/2015
The Cape May Sea Salt Company, the latest project from project-loving chef Lucas Manteca, is turning Jersey ocean water into fine salt that aims to be “sensual.”...
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Zayat at the Haskell: “I Was Extremely Nervous”

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/19/2020
American Pharoah's owner ponders at least two more runs for his champion....
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Alexander Hamilton’s Garden State Legacy

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/25/2015
As "Hamilton" explodes on Broadway, we explore some of the famous spots where the founding father once tread....
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Sweet Business: Spinn Candy in Chester

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/13/2015
Tim and Cindy Moran are the owners of Spinn Candy, a Chester shop offering 25 cotton candy flavors....
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Off The Air: Vin Scelsa Signs Off

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/18/2015
Perennial kid Vin Scelsa spent 47 years turning radio listeners on to his passions. So why does retirement sound so good?...
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Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild: Jersey Royalty

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/10/2015
The multimillionaire discusses passion, her philanthropic ventures and her entrepreneurial beginnings in Oradell. ...
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Horne Brothers Do Plenty

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/10/2015
Twins Salaam and A’laam Horne are double trouble for defenders, tearing up the gridiron for St. Joseph’s High School....
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Crunching Numbers–and Pickles

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2022
A Jersey native’s just-for-fun experiment delighted his friends, including two fellow bankers. Together they created Messy Brine, pickles with personality....
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Just Chillin’: DiCosmo’s Italian Ice

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/04/2015
Elizabeth has changed, but not the DiCosmo family, which has made Italian ices the old-fashioned way for 100 years. ...
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Audible Founder Likes the Sound of Books

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/30/2015
Journalist turned captain of industry Don Katz, the founder of audiobook company Audible, is a word guy....
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Helping Our Heroes

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/30/2015
Veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder find comfort and spiritual healing with Heroes to Heroes....
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Yanks Sell; Cubs Win (Almost)

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/23/2015
An ace pitcher from Bloomfield nearly makes history for the Chicago Cubs....
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Raising the (Brow) Bar

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/28/2015
A salon in Shrewbury specializes in revitalizing eyebrows....
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Tough Guy: Paul Goldenberg

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/20/2015
Paul Goldenberg has spent a career fighting drug lords and crime bosses. Now he’s out to nab homegrown terrorists. ...
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The Butt Stops Here

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/16/2015
Pork butt, that is. Also brisket, chicken and ribs. Kansas City Barbeque Society master judge Diane Mullaney rates ’em as she tastes ’em. ...
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Making Bamboo Taboo

By New Jersey Monthly | 07/20/2015
A frustrated homeowner takes her beef about unwanted vegetation to Trenton....
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Creating Art from Sandy’s Wreckage

By New Jersey Monthly | 04/27/2022
Sculptor Laura Petrovich-Cheney's latest exhibition, "By the Block," repurposes fragments of wood salvaged from the ruins of Hurricane Sandy....
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Close to the Action: Bruce Beck

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/18/2015
For sports anchor Bruce Beck, attention to detail and hard work have given him a highlight reel of a career....
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Julian Zelizer: Presidents & Precedents

By New Jersey Monthly | 08/18/2015
The Princeton history professor talks about his new book, how we expect too much out of our presidents, and why Congressional gridlock isn't anything new. ...
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