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The Best Grilled Cheese Spots in NJ

National Grilled Cheese Day is April 12, so make a plan to taste ooey-gooey heaven at one of these shops, k?

Add This New Empanada Spot to Your Must-Visit List, Stat

The Wood-Ridge locale is giving the classic food a fresh take.

11 Things You Should Know About Club Soccer

What to consider before signing him up

Instaworthy: Put These NJ Donut Shops on Your Foodie Bucket List

Yes, these epic treats are as amazing as they look.

Pass the Syrup! The Best NJ Spots to Celebrate International Waffle Day on March 25

These eateries serve everything from traditional liege waffles to waffled grilled cheese to chicken and waffles.

An Epic Candy Museum Is Coming to NYC This Summer

New York is about to get a whole lot sweeter, and the kids are gonna love it.

St. Patrick's Day Treats to Make with the Kids

Break out the green food coloring and get in the St. Paddy’s day spirit with these sweet nibbles.

Desserts You Can Make In Your Crock-Pot

Slow cookers can make more than just yummy dinners. Give one of these treats a try.

The Answer to Pothole Season in NJ? Ice Cream!

Friendly’s gives a shout out to the Northeast with this limited-edition flavor.

Where to Score the Best Game Day Wings

Because after all, is it Super Bowl Sunday if there are no chicken wings?

Where to Get the Best Pretzels For Your Super Bowl Party

Big, soft, salty pretzels are a Philly staple. Snag some of NJ’s best at one of these spots for your game day bash.

Where to Score the Best Philly Cheesesteaks for Your Super Bowl Party

Cheer for the Eagles (or just against the Patriots) with this game day essential.

The Best Super Bowl Party Snacks

Make your super bowl party the best on the block with these tasty treats.

Food Festivals in New Jersey

Celebrate food in all its forms at these annual festivals throughout the state.

The Best NJ Spots to Get Apple Cider Doughnuts

Nothing says fall like these farm- or oven-fresh bundles of dough.

Heads Up, Chocoholics! A Nutella Cafe Is Coming to NYC Next Year

You’ll be able to taste the cocoa-hazelnut spread in tons of new ways.

This NJ City Is One of the Top 20 Best Coffee Spots in the US

You can’t get a better priced cappuccino anywhere else, according to a new survey from WalletHub.

10 Things to Know Before You Go to the New Wegmans Set to Open Sunday

We got a sneak peek of the next-level supermarket two days before it's set to open in Montvale.

5 Treats to Make With Leftover Halloween Candy

Make treats the whole family will love long after trick-or-treating is over.

5 Fast & Easy Halloween Desserts To Make for School or Parties

Hit their sweet spot this Halloween with one of these easy-to-make and super cute treats.
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Sunday, April 22, from 7 am–8 pm Throughout the Museum Free with Museum admission or for Members From 7 am yoga in the Cullman Hall of the Universe to a performance of composer John Luther Adams’ Pulitzer Prize- and Grammy Award-winning piece Become Ocean by the Chelsea Symphony Orchestra to a large-scale dance by the inventive Pilobolus troupe using lighted umbrellas under the blue...

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From early-morning yoga in the Cullman Hall of the Universe to performances that include John Luther Adams’ Become Ocean by Chelsea Symphony Orchestra and “The Umbrella Project” by Pilobolus in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, visitors can enjoy a Museum-wide festival of art, science, and culture in honor of Earth Day. Renowned artists and scholars join Museum scientists on special...

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Summer Camp

Apr 22, 2018 - Jul 27, 2018

Summer Music & Arts Camp for K-12 offering classes in dance, music, art, & theater. Starts Last week in June to July 27. From 8:30am-3:30pm. Before & after camp hours for a $25 fee. Full day camp $80 & Half day $50 per week per child. Sign up on Facebook at Vacation Music Academy.

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Don’t miss the Second Annual Spring Big Kid Toy Show Sunday April 22nd!! Admission and Parking- FREE! About the Venue…. Established in 1959 The New Egypt Flea Market is a unique shopping village, located in New Jersey that offers a wide variety of vendors in one quaint and convenient location. From collectibles to furniture, new and old, you can find almost anything there. They are one of...

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April Sundays: Treasures from the Earth

Apr 22, 2018 - Apr 29, 2018

This event occurs weekly, on Sunday.

Let’s create hidden treasures, inspired by The Second Buddha: Master of Time—an exhibition all about such treasures. Padmasambhava, the Second Buddha, hid his divine teachings to be discovered by the right person at the right moment. April is the time for Guru Purnima, a festival celebrated by Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists that takes place on the night of the full moon. As...

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Timed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the American intervention into World War I, this exhibition showcases the posters and flags used to stir patriotism and support the cause of war. These two important and rarely seen collections illustrate the difficult task President Woodrow Wilson faced convincing the American people to support the war effort.

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Barrels for Badges Wine Festival

Apr 22, 2018 - Apr 22, 2018

Team Monroe Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that is composed of police officers, family members and friends of Monroe Township Police Officers in Monroe Township, Gloucester County, NJ. Team Monroe Foundation, Inc. mission is to provide service to others, promote integrity and promote The National Law Enforcement Officers Fund & Memorial through charitable...

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Hearth & Home

Apr 22, 2018 - Sep 9, 2018

Homes are a reflection of ourselves and the environment in which we live. This was especially true for the Native Americans of North America. In this fascinating new exhibition, visitors will explore the homes and home life of Native Americans in the Eastern Woodlands and other environments across North America, and learn how they had to work with and adapt to the environment in which they lived.

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