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  • Robert Burns Night: Haggis, Scotch and Poetry in Burlington

    Robert Burns Night: Haggis, Scotch and Poetry in Burlington

    Plus: A wine class series in Kingston, a California wine pairing dinner in Weehawken, and a special benefit meal in Sparta. The post Robert Burns Night: Haggis, Scotch and Poetry in Burlington...

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  • Plainfield Symphony Orchestrates 100th Anniversary

    Plainfield Symphony Orchestrates 100th Anniversary

    Director Charles Prince describes his musicians as “unparalleled and extraordinary.”  The post Plainfield Symphony Orchestrates 100th Anniversary 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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  • The 28 Best New Restaurants 2019

    The 28 Best New Restaurants 2019

    For rewarding food, atmosphere, variety and value, these new restaurants have earned enthusiastic followings. The post The 28 Best New Restaurants 2019 appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • The 30 Best New Restaurants

    The 30 Best New Restaurants

    These rookie standouts bring variety and vivacity to a statewide scene that hits for power and average. The post The 30 Best New Restaurants appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Brother-and-Sister Oenophiles Start a Wine Show in Princeton

    Brother-and-Sister Oenophiles Start a Wine Show in Princeton

    'Wine-ing Away with Corie & Ray' airs every other week on Princeton TV. The post Brother-and-Sister Oenophiles Start a Wine Show in Princeton appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Fanwood Writer Emerges as Voice for Working People

    Fanwood Writer Emerges as Voice for Working People

    The New York Times published Daniel Wasik's passionate letter to the editor last year. The post Fanwood Writer Emerges as Voice for Working People appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • How an Irvington Company Salvaged a Century-Old Barn

    How an Irvington Company Salvaged a Century-Old Barn

    Real Antique Wood meticulously deconstructs historic structures, then repurposes them for generations to come. The post How an Irvington Company Salvaged a Century-Old Barn appeared first on New...

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  • Shana’s Wild Fig Brings a World of Flavors to the Blackwood Arts District

    Shana’s Wild Fig Brings a World of Flavors to the Blackwood Arts District

    A global menu pays homage to one chef’s personal history. The post Shana’s Wild Fig Brings a World of Flavors to the Blackwood Arts District appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Mountain Creek Looks Ahead to Falling Temperatures

    Mountain Creek Looks Ahead to Falling Temperatures

    Jersey’s lone ski resort says winter hasn’t been bad, despite a warm and wet January. The post Mountain Creek Looks Ahead to Falling Temperatures appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • We’re Halfway Through Gov. Murphy’s First Term. How’s He Doing?

    We’re Halfway Through Gov. Murphy’s First Term. How’s He Doing?

    Here's what’s gone well, what hasn’t and what we can learn from it all. The post We’re Halfway Through Gov. Murphy’s First Term. How’s He Doing? appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Restaurant Poll 2020

    Restaurant Poll 2020

    2020 JERSEY CHOICE RESTAURANT POLL sponsored by: Welcome to New Jersey Monthly’s the 37th annual Jersey Choice Restaurant Poll, sponsored… Read the rest The post Restaurant Poll 2020 appeared...

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  • Former Porta Chef Claude Lewis Opens the Freetown Road Project in Jersey City

    Former Porta Chef Claude Lewis Opens the Freetown Road Project in Jersey City

    Plus: Other restaurant news in Fairfield, Plainfield and Haddon Township. The post Former Porta Chef Claude Lewis Opens the Freetown Road Project in Jersey City appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Physicist James Peebles on the Charm of the Unknown

    Physicist James Peebles on the Charm of the Unknown

    The esteemed Princeton professor has spent a lifetime chasing ideas about the birth of the universe. And now, he has a Nobel Prize to show for it. The post Physicist James Peebles on the Charm of...

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  • Shakespeare with a Touch of the Beastie Boys

    Shakespeare with a Touch of the Beastie Boys

    Montclair native Tommy Crawford acts in and leads an onstage band for a rollicking Red Bank production of 'Twelfth Night.' The post Shakespeare with a Touch of the Beastie Boys appeared first on...

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  • Nauti Cajun Crab: Shore Food in the Suburbs

    Nauti Cajun Crab: Shore Food in the Suburbs

    Dig in at this seafood boil restaurant in Metuchen—especially if you like spice. The post Nauti Cajun Crab: Shore Food in the Suburbs 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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  • How Mead Is Making a Comeback

    How Mead Is Making a Comeback

    Sergio Moutela, owner of Melovino Meadery in Vauxhall, has his fingers on the pulse of New Jersey’s mead movement. The post How Mead Is Making a Comeback appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • The Transplant Games of America are coming to New Jersey!

    The Transplant Games of America are coming to New Jersey!

    Click here to help save NJ's Bobcats. The post The Transplant Games of America are coming to New Jersey! appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Bacon Lovers, Rejoice at Zeppelin Hall

    Bacon Lovers, Rejoice at Zeppelin Hall

    Plus: Preparing for Hudson Restaurant Week, a Napa Valley wine dinner in Long Branch, and a vegan-pop up in Asbury Park. The post Bacon Lovers, Rejoice at Zeppelin Hall appeared first on New...

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  • 5 Fresh Winter Trends to Try

    5 Fresh Winter Trends to Try

    From feathers to metallics to wild patterns, your 2020 look starts here. The post 5 Fresh Winter Trends to Try appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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  • Novel Explores Costs of Keeping Up with the Joneses

    Novel Explores Costs of Keeping Up with the Joneses

    Lisa Tognola’s debut book, 'As Long As It’s Perfect,' was over a decade in the making. The post Novel Explores Costs of Keeping Up with the Joneses appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.

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