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  • Getaways - New Jersey Monthly
    a hike for every skill level plus hawk watching picnicking and more 4 Short But Sweet Appalachian Trail Hikes These four short Appalachian Trail hikes will go a long way toward helping you connect with nature and some great foliage views Cozying Up to Chester The classic colonial town now offers overnight stays Our Favorite Downtowns Jersey City The state s second most populated city is experiencing a cultural revival Trendy restaurants hip events and cool shops abound Central Adventures Offbeat Princeton Exploring the Road Less Traveled The lesser known attractions of Jersey s Ivy League haven Taking Stock of Stockton A romantic inn a riverside stroll and plentiful culinary treats Our Favorite Downtowns Red Bank With two live entertainment venues and over 100 dining locations Red Bank has evolved into a vibrant social and cultural center Two Moms One Mission A Trip To Lambertville and Frenchtown Enjoying the laid back delights of Lambertville and Frenchtown All Steamed Up Touring NJ s Old Fashioned Railroads Autumn goes clickety clack on Jersey s scenic railroads Our Favorite Downtowns Somerville 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 Southern Adventures Social Animals Jersey s Alpaca Farms New Jersey is home to dozens of alpaca farms Here s how to mingle with the fluffy herds The Deep South Going Off the Beaten Path in Salem and Cumberland Counties Beautiful Cumberland and Salem counties are worth going out of your way for Our Favorite Downtowns Collingswood A blossoming arts community paired with a burgeoning restaurant scene make Collingswood a hip South Jersey enclave A Walk On The Wild Side Four Days In The Pine Barrens Two intrepid hikers travel through the wild isolation of the Pine Barrens Leave It To Beavers A South Jersey Refuge Expands The aquatic rodents get a warm welcome at this South Jersey refuge Our Favorite Downtowns Haddonfield Locally owned businesses and a well preserved historic district make visiting Haddonfield a pleasant endeavor Down the Shore More Shore Pinball Wizardry in Asbury Park The Silverball Museum in Asbury Park is packed with historic pinball related treasures to behold Every Picture Tells a Story Souvenir Photos Vacationers get ready for their closeups at Wildwood s Antique Images Destination Cape May Our Favorite Downtowns Asbury Park Destination Bradley Beach Destination The Wildwoods Destination Point Pleasant Beach Museums More Culture All Manner of Art Thrives at Mana An old Jersey City factory becomes a showplace for art and dance Morris Museum A Century of Curiosities Morris Museum New Jersey s third largest is celebrating its 100th anniversary with delightfully unexpected exhibits At Zimmerli the Secret is Out Dietz s Domain Where Golf Lives The USGA Museum in Far Hills 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and

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  • Where to Stay - New Jersey Monthly
    accommodations and modern accouterments Boutique Hotels More Boutique Hotels Stay in Style Boutique hotels find the sassy and often luxe sweet spot between the charm of B Bs and the prestige of resort hotels Retro Rooms Where to Stay in the Wildwoods Want to stay in a classic doo wop hotel Here are a few of the Wildwoods mid century modern gems Daddy O Blue Bay Inn Hotel Tides Jersey Shore NJM Beach Directory Our online exclusive almanac of 40 shore destinations is sure to wow Keep an eye out for plenty more shore content beginning June 1 Where to Stay in Point Pleasant Beach These lodgings will ensure your beach getaway is pleasant Where to Stay in Stone Harbor and Avalon Act Quick Summer Rentals Are Going Fast Destination The Wildwoods Museums Stitches in Time Needlework as Art Morven Museum Garden in Princeton will host an exhibition of needlework created by young New Jersey women in the 18th and 19th centuries Morris Museum A Century of Curiosities Morris Museum New Jersey s third largest is celebrating its 100th anniversary with delightfully unexpected exhibits A Suburban Gem Keeps Shining At Zimmerli the Secret is Out Dietz s Domain Historic Sites Train Spotting At Bound Brook s historic station railroad fans show up like clockwork Great Falls In the midst of a struggling urban center you can witness nature at its powerful and beautiful best at the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park Poised for a Comeback Hinchliffe Stadium Patriots Chilled A Gift That Keeps on Giving NJ s Carnegie Libraries Rainbow On The Hill Horse Farms And History A Ride Through Somerset and Morris Counties 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange

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  • For WDHA, the Song Remains the Same
    market and remains one of the few rock stations in the area These days competition also comes from mobile devices the Internet and satellite radio Carr who grew up in West Orange and still lives in Essex County says WDHA s local connection sets it apart from national satellite music stations And its online stream through the iHeartRadio website and app gives it equal footing with digital outlets We get a lot of people who listen online listen at work listen at their desk says afternoon deejay Curtis Kay a 35 year WDHA veteran and dean of the on air crew I got a call today from a guy out in Illinois who is a diehard listener Kay s rise up the broadcast ranks came under two of the biggest names in New York radio His first job was at WRNW FM now WXPK in Rockland County New York under then program director Howard Stern We were all working for 90 a week Kay says of his days with Stern He taught me a lot Probably one of the nicest guys in the world Recommended Reading Courting Danger Actress Christina Jackson Later Kay was hired at WDHA by then program director Mark Chernoff who now oversees WFAN Sports Radio in New York Chernoff recalls the format change to rock and having to compete with up to four rock stations in the market at the time We always felt says Chernoff that it was a really good rock market In Chernoff s day WDHA sponsored concerts at local venues like the Final Exam in Randolph the Capitol Theater in Passaic and the Showplace in Dover all are now defunct Back then the station also compiled an annual Homegrown album featuring songs by unknown local artists Chernoff recalls the mother of a young Jon Bon Jovi lobbying in 1982 for her son s song Runaway WDHA couldn t use the song because it already had won another station s contest There have been plenty of other memorable moments at the station Kay remembers Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones apologizing profusely after arriving two hours late for an in studio appearance He walks in with this I m so sorry I m late please forgive me Kay remembers I m thinking You re John Paul Jones what am I going to say You ll never work in Morristown again Ozzy Osbourne was another memorable guest Ozzy is all over the highway says Kay I did a phone interview with him and actually woke him up Legendary New Jersey concert promoter John Scher whose roots go back to his days of promoting shows by Bruce Springsteen the Who and other rock icons calls WDHA a throwback and applauds the station s grasp of its audience They re very involved in events and all things musically and sociologically that fit into the average rock listeners says Scher They ve always been very strong in that area Sean Ross vice president of music and programming

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  • 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid
    trap The Presidential race that is It s My Party Leslie Gore It remains to be seen if Christie will endorse one of the remaining Republican candidates One thing is for sure he probably isn t too pleased with the state of the party Gone Til November Wyclef Jean Or at least he would have been had he secured the nomination My Way Frank Sinatra He had his fill his share of losing Christie may not find it all so amusing but we do Living On a Prayer Bon Jovi Christie s campaign had to hold on to what they got And what they got was low poll numbers We Don t Talk Anymore Charlie Puth Could be interpreted as Christie speaking to the New Hampshire voters or the people of New Jersey speaking to Christie Recommended Reading Charlie Puth Rumson s Pop Prodigy I Don t Want to Go Home Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes Christie spent 261 partial or full days out of New Jersey in 2015 That s 72 percent of the year Do you think he s mad at us I Will Always Love You Whitney Houston Sure his presidential campaign was a flop and he s returning to New Jersey with the worst approval ratings of his career But somebody still loves him Right Anyone Read more Just For the Web Listicle articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February

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  • Episode 6: George Faison on Heritage Breeds
    why the Garden State deserves its nickname and the difficulties meat producers face here Listen for free http media blubrry com eatingwitheric p content blubrry com eatingwitheric EWE Episode 6 mp3 Podcast Play in new window Download Subscribe iTunes Android RSS Click here to listen to more Eating with Eric episodes Subscribe to Eating With Eric on iTunes on Android via RSS Or subscribe with your favorite app by using the address below Get dining articles like this delivered straight to your inbox Read more Eat Drink Eating with Eric Just For the Web Podcasts articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly Dining Podcast If you love dining out have a passion for great food or want to hear about the latest food trends our new podcast Eating With Eric should be on your plate Listen to episodes Subscribe in iTunes 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February 2016 Best New Restaurants Table of Contents Subscribe Give a Gift Locate a Newsstand Purchase back issues View older issues Paper Mill Playhouse presents A Bronx Tale Millburn Feb 04 Mar 06 Frozen in Ice at Skylands Stadium Augusta Feb 05 Feb 28 The Beach Boys Morristown Feb 10 SOMA Film Festival South Orange Feb 12 Feb 14 Marc Anthony Concierto del Día de San Valentín Newark Feb 13 Sign up for our FREE newsletters Weekend Buzz Events in NJ Side Dish Dining news Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us

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  • Jersey Shore Wine Weekend Comes to Long Branch
    0533 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 BREAKFAST FOR DINNER Enjoy a five course tasting menu featuring a twist on breakfast favorites at Rat s Restaurant Grounds for Sculpture 16 Fairgrounds Road Hamilton 6 PM For reservations and pricing information call 609 584 7800 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 JOSEPH CUCCIA AT BEARD HOUSE NYC Joseph Cuccia from 17 Summer Restaurant in Lodi will be presenting at the James Beard House 167 W 12th Street New York City 7 PM 170 members 130 Reservations 212 627 2308 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 BEEF STEAK DINNER A Beefsteak dinner will be held at the Park Steakhouse 151 Kinderkamack Road Park Ridge 7 PM 95 inclusive of tax plus gratuity The menu will include buffalo mozzarella Caesar salad crabmeat shrimp cocktail and then massive amounts of certified aged sirloin of beef with all the fixings served family style Reservations 201 930 1300 Recommended Reading Lumi Zi Serves Eclectic Cuisine FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 NJ WINTER WINE FESTIVAL The NJ Winter Wine Festival will be held at the Hilton Short Hills Hotel 41 JFK Parkway Short Hills featuring 150 plus wines along with light hors d oeuvres and live music 7 to 10 PM Tickets available at the event website SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 CELEBRITY WAITER COMEDY DINNER The Warren County Community College Foundation will host their 10th Annual Celebrity Waiter Comedy Dinner at Hawk Pointe Golf Club 4 Clubhouse Drive Washington 6 PM 85 Tickets available here MONDAY FEBRUARY 29 LEAP YEAR DINNER WILL HAVE YOU JUMPING FOR JOY AT TERRE A TERRE Chef Bryan Gregg of Escape Montclair chef Robert Ubhaus of Redux Madison and chef Todd Villani of Terre a Terre Carlstadt will present a Leap Year Dinner at Terre a Terre 312 Hackensack Street Carlstadt For information and reservations call 201 507 0500 TUESDAY MARCH 1 WINE CLASS IN FLEMINGTON George Staikos a wine educator sommelier and corporate speaker will teach a New Jewels from the Old World wine class at 55 Main Restaurant Flemington The class will feature 7 memorable wines as well as three dishes and cheeses expertly prepared to pair with the wines 7 to 9 PM 80 To register go to his website or call George at 973 699 2199 PAOLO MANZONE DINNER A Paolo Manzone dinner with Vic Rallo and Paolo Manzone will be held at Undici Taverna Rustica 11 West River Road Rumson 6 45 PM 79 plus tax and gratuity Reservations 732 842 3880 TUESDAY MARCH 15 FEED YOUR SOUL DINNER AT JBJ SOUL KITCHEN RED BANK A four course Feed Your Soul dinner with Elizabeth Falkner and Diane Henderiks will be held at JBJ Soul Kitchen 207 Monmouth Street Red Bank 6 30 PM 150 Tickets available here Please send press releases and restaurant news including information on staff changes wine tastings and cooking classes to rosie njmonthly com Get dining articles like this delivered straight to your inbox Read more Eat Drink Food Events Table Hopping with Rosie articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part

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  • Melange in Somerville Has A Dress For Every Occasion
    teens to octogenarians Canadian designer Joseph Ribkoff is one of the many brands Rai s buyer Craig Dykstra curates to stay away from predictable department store fashions Florence Flo Skorny a bubbly retiree from Bridgewater is one of the dedicated shoppers who followed Rai to Somerville He got me addicted says Skorny who nows works part time at the store to fund her habit Keep an eye out for Rai s fashionable long haired chihuahua Clyde who sports a mini leather jacket from Hungry Hound the pet boutique across the street Click through the gallery below to see some of the chic styles Melange has to offer Click to enlarge images High neck peplum neoprene dress in burgandy by Ina 88 Neoprene sheath dress with statement collar in blush by Ina 68 Colorblock vegan leather handbag by Mellie Blanco 58 Gold chain and black bead necklace by 2chic 35 Mixed metal chain necklace by Kole Designs 25 Chunky stretch bracelet by 2chic 29 Read more Style Shopping articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February 2016 Best New Restaurants Table of Contents Subscribe Give a Gift Locate a Newsstand Purchase back issues View older issues Paper Mill Playhouse presents A Bronx Tale Millburn Feb 04 Mar 06 Frozen in Ice at Skylands Stadium Augusta Feb 05 Feb 28 The Beach Boys Morristown Feb 10 SOMA Film Festival South Orange Feb 12 Feb 14 Marc Anthony Concierto

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  • NJ Father and Son's Wines Win Big - New Jersey Monthly
    one location and growing their own grapes there the Foleys who both go by Jim decided to scout individual vineyards around the state to buy the best grapes they could find At the recent San Francisco Chronicle 2016 Wine Competition with 7 100 entries the largest competition of American wines in the world all eight Séamus entries medaled The haul included one gold four silvers two bronzes and one double gold the highest honor for their 2014 Sonoma County pinot noir Debutante Rosé Until now Séamus wines have been available only in California Colorado Georgia Alabama and Louisiana But the Foleys recently signed a deal with Shore Point Distributing in Freehold to ship Séamus to restaurants and shops in Monmouth Ocean Middlesex Mercer Somerset Hunterdon Warren and Burlington counties Recommended Reading Episode 4 Cynthia and Ryan DePersio Mother and Son Chefs We re thrilled that our wines will now be available in our home state says Jim Jr who oversees grape acquisition and wine making in San Francisco and Sonoma County while his father runs the business side from his home base in Marietta Georgia Locations include Ama Ristorante in Sea Bright Rumson Wine Spirits in Rumson and Lush Wines in Asbury Park The wines which retail for 28 to 88 per bottle can also be purchased online at savor seamuswines com The Jerseyness of Séamus Wines is on the bottle rather than in it Specifically on the label on the back Our love for New Jersey is exhibited in one of our wines P earl Pinot Gris says Jim Sr The name Pearl refers to Keyport which due to its oyster beds was the gateway to the Jersey Shore Each year the back label of our bottle reflects a different New Jersey scene he continues Illustrations have included the Twin Lights in Highlands a drawing of the Seaside Heights roller coaster in the ocean after Hurricane Sandy the iconic Asbury Park mural of smiling Tillie the Clown and a rendering of the Clam Hut restaurant Jim Jr explains the Séamus philosophy on the company website Because our winery is small we live out our passion for creating superior wines by literally hand selecting hard to find vineyards for our grapes Being able to source exactly the fruit we want for each varietal allows us the control we need to provide the most select delicious luxury wines possible Get dining articles like this delivered straight to your inbox Read more Eat Drink Soup to Nuts articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly Dining Podcast If you love dining out have a passion for great food or want to hear about the latest food trends our new podcast Eating With Eric should be on your plate Listen to episodes Subscribe in iTunes 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore

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