BERGEN magazine - November 2020

Stuff Yourself With Stuffing

Nov. 21 celebrates the most popular side dish in New Jersey—National Stuffing Day! Here’s where to find unique versions of this holiday staple, plus a recipe to make your own at home.

Leaving Their Mark

Why wait for snow when you can get creative now? Two Tenafly girls enjoyed a balmy autumn day making “angels” in a pile of leaves.

Bring Something New to the Table

These mac and cheese bites will be a hit on Thanksgiving, but don’t be surprised if the family wants this side to be the main course next week.

The Readers Have Spoken

Your vote counted: A Bergen interior designer takes top prize in NJ Home’s fall design challenge.

Written in Stone

A Mahwah resident is spreading “unity,” “hope,” “sisterhood” and more with her painted rock creations.

Thanksgiving Dinner—Takeout Style

We don’t blame you if you don’t want to cook up a big Thanksgiving feast for your more-intimate-than-usual dinner. Let these restaurants do the work for you.

The Price Is Right

Good weather and free admission: It’s all happening at the Bergen County Zoo!

A Dream Comes True

This musical Cresskill teen lived out her biggest aspiration by playing her favorite piece in front of a (virtual) crowd.

Thank A Veteran

Though many ceremonies are canceled, Bergenites still have ways to honor those who served in our armed forces.

5 Ways To…Celebrate Football

Have you caught football fever yet? As the pros reach the mid-point of the season, it’s time for you to show off your team spirit.

5 Coats to Shop Locally This Fall

Pandemic or not, you need to leave your house sometime, right? You won’t mind doing so with our picks for cozy, stylish toppers, each of which is available in Bergen County.

Don’t Take It Personally

The pandemic goes on—and now here come those stressful holidays. Here’s a psychiatrist’s advice on not letting these pressures derail your mental health.

Dining On The Edge

Bergen County’s restaurant scene will survive the pandemic, but it will be different—probably forever.

A Study In Opposites

How did designers make a new Bergen home a stunner? By boldly marrying polarities: modern and traditional, spacious and cozy, warm and cold.