Critical Revolutionary War Battles in New Jersey

June 2012 marks the 234th anniversary of the largest field artillery battle of the American Revolution, the Battle of Monmouth.

Entertainment Under the Stars

PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel (formerly the Garden State Arts Center) is a premier outdoor concert venue that each ye

The Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll?

"(We're Gonna) Rock Around the Clock" became a smash with nightclub audiences and went on to be the first rock 'n' roll song to hit No.

Underwater Treasures

New Jersey's coast provides divers and fishermen a bounty of underwater places to explore and a rich supply of marine life that includes great lobster finds.

Estates and Historic Homes

Whether New Jersey's historic homes and grand estates sits on a Revolutionary War battlefield, in a village of an era long gone or were once occcupied by a president, poet or industrial legend, th

New Jersey’s Beautiful Waterways

Recreational boating is a favorite pastime of many New Jerseyans.

Swim, Bike Explore Sandy Hook

Located on a thin peninsula that juts into lower New York Harbor, the Sandy Hook Unit of

America's Longest-Running Rodeo

Originally started in 1929 by the Harris family, Cowtown Rodeo in rural Salem County was suspended during World War II and resumed operations in 1955.

Offshore Powerboat Racing

For more than four decades, the New Jersey Offshore Powerboat Racing Association, the oldest club of its kind in the United States, has held an annual series of offshore competitions from May thro


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