NJ Town Honors World’s First Female Director

By Briana Vannozzi

Alice Guy Blache, from about 1896 to 1920, created hundreds of short films in France and New Jersey during a time when the only role for a woman was as a wife and homemaker.  Read more of this post

Dave Matthews Band Headlines 3-Day Music Festival

By Jerry Henry

The Dave Matthews Band is the headliner in the first 3-day music festival held at Atlantic City’s Bader Field.  Read more of this post

Roseberry House To Be Preserved

By Kate Megargee

Its broken windows are boarded up.  Read more of this post

Giant Tortoises Debut at Turtle Back Zoo

By Desiree Taylor

After a 20-year absence giant tortoises have returned to the Turtle Back Zoo.   Read more of this post

Florist Caters to Remembering Dearly Departed Moms

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn

On Mother’s Day one Bergen County florist will “have it covered” at cemeteries throughout New Jersey.  Read more of this post

Haddonfield’s British Chip Shop Celebrates the Royal Wedding

By Dari Mandell

Customers received a royal reception at the British Chip Shop in Haddonfield today.  Read more of this post

Inmates at Middlesex County Jail Take to the Stage

By Briana Vannozzi

Lisa DiLeo, a teacher at Middlesex County Correctional Facility, is hoping that by teaching inmates how to act they may learn how to live.  Read more of this post

African-American Museum Located in Shiloh Baptist Church

By Jerry Henry

Shiloh Baptist Church was founded between 1880 and 1888 as the first colored church of Trenton.  Read more of this post

NJN Turns 40

By Dari Mandell

In a converted bowling alley in Ewing Township, on April 5, 1971 at 4 o’clock in the afternoon with the flick of a switch New Jersey Network was on the air.  Read more of this post

18th Annual History Convention at State Museum in Trenton

By Dari Mandell

Leaders from New Jersey’s historical sector came together for the 18th Annual History Issues Convention at the State Museum in Trenton.  Read more of this post