The following is my responses to statements made by the owner of Two Boots in Jersey City concerning why he and other local… more »
Lets face it, magic is awesome. If you are looking to hire great performers check out this hand selected list below of incredible… more »
A Story to Tell Productions Presents “The Well” hit stage play Saturday, December 7, 2013 Dinner Served at 6:00p.m. Curtain at 7:00p.m.… more »
If you are wondering where to buy vintage video games in NJ look no further…From the casual Atari addict to the Super Mario… more »
River Vale, New Jersey native Chef Dana Cohen is best known for being a finalist on the tenth season of the hit FOX… more »
Only child Erica Cenci, who is currently the assistant director and choreographer of Paper Mill Playhouse’s The Sound of Music, which will be… more »
We established in the previous column that malls are Man’s inhumanity to man. But they are a necessary inhumanity this time of year, so… more »
The Paper Mill Playhouse sometimes presents Christmas shows during its seasons. A few years ago they presented It’s a Wonderful Life and… more »
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If you happened to stop by Porta after the Zombie walk in Asbury Park last night, and actually decided to wait on the ridiculously long line …or hop the fence without getting caught by the bouncer…
It is no wonder that New Jersey has inspired some of the greatest movies of all time. I mean, Thomas Edison invented motion… more »
In Hoboken there lies a magic treat unlIke anything the world has ever seen before…well maybe not quite… But the fried golden piece of deliciousness known as the Cheesetsteak Egg Roll from Philly Cheesesteaks definitely kills it Jersey Style.
It remains a sad fact that this wonderful product, these round slices of processed joy and pig parts, remains unknown to the masses. But that is all the more reason to cherish our home-grown hero of the skillet, for we should never take Taylor Ham for granted.
When the link to the newest AwesomeNJ post, Is there a Central Jersey, came up on my Twitter feed a few nights ago,… more »
In no particular order…… Frank Sinatra (1915–1998, Hoboken) Ok Frankie was one of the greatest singers of all time, although he sung New… more »
It started last night with a bottle of scotch Quite a few beers, and Jäger shots One or two Tequilas, con mi amigos… more »
By Dan Ferrara First off, let me start off by saying this: 99% of New Jersey Citizens know how to pump their own… more »
After three days of freedom, the fugitive baboon from Six-Flags was caught on a Howell horse farm Check these out too…No Related… more »
Brian Erhardt, ANJ Can you feel the anticipation, New Jersey? This year’s installment of The Bamboozle Festival (Friday April 29-Sunday May 1) is… more »
The recent earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan, which damaged the Fukushima nuclear power plant, has people the world over worrying about possible radioactive material being spread across the globe by getting caught in jet stream winds. Prior to this tragedy, when the Japanese leaked radioactive material, we ended up with your run-of-the-mill Godzilla. But here in real life, radiation is extremely dangerous. Aside from the immediate effect of exposure, such as burns, hair loss and the general liquefaction of your insides, heightened radiation can lead to spikes in cancer rates for years and can render the entire affected area inhabitable for decades, even centuries. The Soviet Union unfortunately demonstrated this to the world in 1986 with the Chernobyl disaster.