Towns We Love
The state's second most populated city is experiencing a cultural revival. Trendy restaurants, hip events and cool shops abound.
A village bursting with charm, Maplewood is home to various galleries, street events and–most impressive–free parking.
Asbury Park’s downtown has a fun and funky vibe, with a rock ’n‘ roll heritage second to none.
Locally-owned businesses and a well-preserved historic district make visiting Haddonfield a pleasant endeavor.
With its abundant antique shops, lovingly preserved Victorian homes and friendly locals, Lambertville harkens back to a time gone by.
Abundant culture, culinary delights and rampant shopping make Montclair a can't-miss destination.
History buffs will love Morristown's rich Revolutionary War roots, while social butterflies have their pick of a plethora of restaurants and watering holes.
Fine dining, exquisite art and an exceptional university are just some of the features that make Princeton's downtown so vibrant.
With more than 20 new businesses setting up shop in the past year, downtown Somerville is on the way to becoming a great shopping and dining destination.
Down the Shore, Everything's Alright
In Ocean City, family friendliness (however corny) is a beloved summertime tradition.
One sunny day, five friends, and plenty to do down the Shore.
From the bustling boardwalk to the changing downtown, family-friendly diversions are easy to find.
Casual meets chic on Seven Mile Island.
Our spotlight shore destination for 2014 are The Wildwoods. Check out our in-depth report to find out what makes this spot such a gem!
Traditions hang tough as change comes to the barrier island.
Jersey City's resurgence delights some, but worries others. We take a tour with Steven Fulop, a mayor committed to keeping his city gritty.
As trains rattle by overhead, 18 artists apply their visions of the city to a pocked and pitted wall along busy McCarter Highway.
Can a once-booming Delaware River town become Jersey's next hip destination?