New Jersey Monthly

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  • The Down Low on Up Thai

    The Down Low on Up Thai

    Opened in January, this Thai restaurant in Morris Plains offers a comfortable dine-in experience. The post The Down Low on Up Thai appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • History Over the Ocean as the Atlantic City Airshow Returns

    History Over the Ocean as the Atlantic City Airshow Returns

    The 16th annual Atlantic City Airshow, a showcase of aerial excellence and precision flying, soars into AC Wednesday, August 22. The post History Over the Ocean as the Atlantic City Airshow...

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  • All this can be yours! Make your move to Modera Lofts.

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  • The Mocktail: All Grown Up

    The Mocktail: All Grown Up

    Good news for teetotalers as well as those who just want to lighten up: Mixologists are putting as much thought and creativity into their alcohol-free cocktails as their regular ones. The results...

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  • Tomato-Centric Feast at Rutgers Gardens

    Tomato-Centric Feast at Rutgers Gardens

    Plus: Other upcoming food and wine events around the state. The post Tomato-Centric Feast at Rutgers Gardens appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • This Majestic Newark Cathedral is Sacred and Superlative

    This Majestic Newark Cathedral is Sacred and Superlative

    Newark’s historic cathedral soars to spiritual and architectural heights. The post This Majestic Newark Cathedral is Sacred and Superlative appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • NJ’s Candid Cardinal, the Archbishop of Newark

    NJ’s Candid Cardinal, the Archbishop of Newark

    In less than two years as head of the Archdiocese of Newark, Cardinal Joseph Tobin has become a bold voice for immigrants, extended a welcome to LGBTQ Catholics, and encouraged greater interfaith...

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  • Sick of Transit? This App Boxcar Offers a Cure

    Sick of Transit? This App Boxcar Offers a Cure

    Described as “the Airbnb of parking,” Boxcar represents more than 250 parking alternatives in 15 cities across New Jersey. The post Sick of Transit? This App Boxcar Offers a Cure appeared first on...

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  • This Dairy Store is True to Its Heritage

    This Dairy Store is True to Its Heritage

    Heritage's Dairy Store is family-owned convenience-store chain that has served the South Jersey area longer than industry giants Wawa and QuickChek. The post This Dairy Store is True to Its...

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  • Chef Chat: Aishling Stevens of Crystal Springs

    Chef Chat: Aishling Stevens of Crystal Springs

    A discussion with the first female chef to oversee the multiple culinary operations of the state’s leading resort. The post Chef Chat: Aishling Stevens of Crystal Springs appeared first on New...

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  • Maine-Style Lobster Rolls Come to Sea Isle

    Maine-Style Lobster Rolls Come to Sea Isle

    Quincy’s Original Lobster Rolls, opened earlier this summer, is a welcome addition to the Shore's dining scene. The post Maine-Style Lobster Rolls Come to Sea Isle appeared first on New Jersey...

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  • NJM Archives: ‘This Voice Can’t Miss’

    NJM Archives: ‘This Voice Can’t Miss’

    From 1986: With three hit singles, a chart-topping debut album, a Grammy, and her family behind her, 22-year-old Whitney Houston is destined to become the next great pop singer from New...

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  • 6 Timely Tips on Jellyfish Stings

    6 Timely Tips on Jellyfish Stings

    Near-invisible invaders can make life painful for bay swimmers. The post 6 Timely Tips on Jellyfish Stings appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Rustica, an “American-Italian” Bistro, Opens in Cliffside Park

    Rustica, an “American-Italian” Bistro, Opens in Cliffside Park

    Plus: Other openings and closings in Hoboken, Asbury Park, Cherry Hill and beyond. The post Rustica, an “American-Italian” Bistro, Opens in Cliffside Park appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • The Rosie Report: Don Pepe Steakhouse

    The Rosie Report: Don Pepe Steakhouse

    The ambiance at this Pine Brook steakhouse might not compare to Morton’s or Wolfgang's, but the food and service are just as memorable. The post The Rosie Report: Don Pepe Steakhouse appeared...

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  • Brick Boutique Boasts Beach Vibes

    Brick Boutique Boasts Beach Vibes

    A Shore resident’s love of the coast leads to a unique home-decor shop in Brick. The post Brick Boutique Boasts Beach Vibes appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • All this can be yours! Make your move to Modera Lofts.

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  • Sip & Savor the Garden State at the Beard House

    Sip & Savor the Garden State at the Beard House

    Plus: Restaurant weeks in Bloomfield and Cherry Hill, and a soft-shell crab festival in Westwood. The post Sip & Savor the Garden State at the Beard House appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Chef Chat: Mike Metzner on Plans to Open Big Mike’s Little Red Store

    Chef Chat: Mike Metzner on Plans to Open Big Mike’s Little Red Store

    Former executive chef of Restaurant Nicholas discusses the move from fine dining to what he calls a “chef-driven deli." The post Chef Chat: Mike Metzner on Plans to Open Big Mike’s Little Red...

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  • NFL Stars Devin and Jason McCourty are Together Again

    NFL Stars Devin and Jason McCourty are Together Again

    The McCourty twins, former stars at Rutgers, have earned respect as football players and social activists. This season they reunite on defense for the New England Patriots. The post NFL Stars...

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  • Vineland Boy, 6, Wins Two World Golf Titles

    Vineland Boy, 6, Wins Two World Golf Titles

    After winning a junior world championship in San Diego in July, Trebor Melendez wins another in North Carolina. He took his first swings when he was 10 months old. The post Vineland Boy, 6, Wins...

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  • At Yokohama, Go Beyond Sushi

    At Yokohama, Go Beyond Sushi

    Japanese cuisine is diverse and so much more than raw fish. At this Maple Shade establishment, you can explore the rest. The post At Yokohama, Go Beyond Sushi appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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