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This Beautiful Town Has Been Named New Jersey’s Most Underrated

There is no shortage of great little towns all over the Garden State, but there can only be one most underrated town in the state. The website Love Exploring, which knows some things about travel around the US and the world, has determined the most underrated town in each state, and their choice for New Jersey is a great one.

DJ Pauly D Is Back In New Jersey Next Month

DJ Pauly D is coming back home to Jersey and there’s still time for you to get tickets to fist pump with him all night long!. Pauly D has been making his way around the country DJing at clubs year-round for years now, and he’s making his way back to New Jersey to end summer 2022 with a bang.

American Idol is hosting Zoom auditions this week in NJ

Gone are the days when auditioning for "American Idol" meant traveling to far-flung cities, and sleeping overnight at audition venues hoping to get in. American Idol announces that this Friday, Aug. 12, they’ll be holding Zoom auditions for NJ hopefuls where you could be their next superstar. For the...

Does New Jersey Have The Best Or Worst Party People? See Where We Rank

How well do we party in Jersey? Just wait to see where we rank in the nation's best and worst party guest rankings. A website called RTA Outdoor Living wanted to see which states had the best and worst party guests so they conducted a nationwide survey centered around party guests and their behavior. I know some of you are snooping in those medicine cabinets! We see you!

Who Is Camila Cabello’s New Boyfriend Austin Kevitch?

Who is Camila Cabello's new boyfriend? The "Miss Movin' On" singer was recently spotted sharing an intimate moment with tech CEO Austin Kevitch. Daily Mail shared photos of the rumored couple holding hands in Los Angeles earlier this week. In another photo captured by the outlet, Cabello, wearing a long floral dress, could be seen smooching Kevitch on the cheek.

NJ community college adds electric vehicle training to curriculum

MIDDLETOWN — Every month, electric vehicles are increasing their share of the traffic on New Jersey's highways. Responding to industry demand as well as statewide programs that aim to get more electric vehicles on the road, Brookdale Community College in Monmouth County has announced plans that should help to produce a workforce that's prepared to maintain and repair this advanced technology.