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Bergen Readers' Choice 2023 voting

It’s that time again! We want to know your favorite local bakery, burger joint, deli, day spa, salon, sports bar and more. Vote now for your favorite businesses in Bergen County. The results will appear in the September issue, our biggest issue of the year.

It's Still a Kick

At first she wondered if being a Rockette would really rock. Seventeen years in, she loves it.

7 Outdoor Activities We Love

Our county is packed with green grass, great waterways and open spaces where you can soak up fresh air. So slather on some sunscreen and enjoy Mother Nature!

5 Outdoor Activities We Love

Our counties are packed with green grass, scenic waterways and open spaces where you can soak up fresh air. Head out and enjoy the great outdoors!

A Timeless Playroom?

Most spaces designed to be kid-friendly will be obsolete in a few years, but not the one in a certain Maplewood house.

Ready For Visitors

Redoing their second home in West Long Branch, a young couple hoped to entertain summer guests with a bright, welcoming kitchen.

Sleep Through the Ages

Sleep is an integral part of life, but our slumber needs change as we age. The medical director of the Center for Sleep Disorders at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center shares her insight and provides sleep tips.

The Peerless Pear

Homer called this familiar fruit ‘the gift of the gods.’ Apparently the deities knew their nutrition.

New Look for a New Era

When the kids outgrew the playroom in a family’s Holmdel home, the timing was finally right for a grand redesign.

A New You in ’22

For each of the new year’s 52 weeks, here’s a surefire tip for becoming healthier and happier.

The Life of the Party

Whether your New Year’s Eve soirée is an annual tradition or you’re hosting one for the first time, give your guests a memorable setting to ring in 2022. You can throw the best bash of the year by following a few simple tips.

High Art

When South Orange empty nesters decided to redo their 21st-floor Manhattan “getaway,” they knew it would require an artist’s touch.