Despite what you may have heard, there is, in fact, a Central New Jersey. While the actual delineation is up for interpretation, you can pretty much assume you’ve entered the region when hear the words “hoagie” and “sub” used interchangeably for a certain type of sandwich and your radio tunes to both NYC and Philly stations.
Some suggest that Central Jersey starts roughly at Exit 9… Read more
First things first: The Jersey Shore is not (the TV show) Jersey Shore. The former is the first developed coastline in the United States, encompassing about 130 miles in New Jersey from Sandy Hook in the north to Cape May in the south; the latter is a drama-courting MTV reality show depicting a small slice of the demographic that joins the hordes of families, surfers, beach bums, and other perfectly normal people… Read more
The Garden State sometimes gets an undeserved bad rap—and North Jersey in particular. Sure, there might be a permanent stink when passing Exit 15 on the NJ Turnpike, but you can’t judge a state from its industry-lined highways (or a drive to its biggest airport). The truth is the state has plenty of beautiful natural spaces, and New Jerseyans are much more than what you see on TV (don't miss our… Read more