“People think food should look perfect and pretty and not be dinged for dented or have any blemishes, and it should all look the way it does in the supermarket 365 days out of the year. … Jersey’s produce isn’t always perfect.”
“As long as we’re growing, then I’m happy, and that’s what we’re about. I did this to put together a cool indie rock record label that puts out music I want to listen to.”
Forest bathing is the practice of communing with nature and activating your senses. Though you can do it alone, we went on a walk with certified guide Richard Collins at Duke Farms in Hillsborough.
When E.E. Cummings stylizes his name “e e,” do you read it as a long “e” sound, like the sound your tightening butthole makes when you come across a perceived grammatical infraction in the recesses of the internet?
See for yourself Aug. 19-21 during Hi-Tide Summer Holiday in Asbury Park, a weekend music festival featuring surf and other eclectic artists, plus vendors, food, drinks and more.
“This town is kind of fucked up in that people think it’s a perfect, quaint town and there’s a lot of hate and bigotry here.”
“Generally, smaller farms have a lower environmental impact, but even with that in mind, there does need to be a substantial amount of stewardship with the land.”
Unlike many other states, we have a robust African restaurant scene in New Jersey. It gets a spotlight this week with African Restaurant Week and the African Restaurant Week Festival Aug. 6 and 7 in Newark.
New Jersey, which has some of the toughest gun control regulations in the country, recently passed a slew of gun control measures and created an office charged with holding firearm manufacturers and sellers accountable.
“There was no doubt till the summit day that we could do it. It is only when we could see the summit point after six hours of climb that we thought we could finally do it.”
Climate change has extended the fire season in New Jersey and made it more difficult to fight them.
This is all… ugh… about Trump. An established domestic golf brand didn’t want to associate its most high-profile event with him; an upstart, massively funded, skeletons-in-its-closet brand can’t wait to partner up (and they’re doing so again later this year at a Trump course in Florida).