In the teeth of near defeat, Gen. George Washington pulled out miraculous mid-winter victories
A hundred boardwalks, gone but not quite dead, await a new dawn
A New Jersey seaside resort struggles to save the architecture—and the memories—of the Eisenhower years
THOMAS EDISON’S GIFT TO THE SEASON
Hoboken’s hardworking history exudes an undeniable gritty charm—and its view of Manhattan is incomparable.
Consigned to the Pennsylvania Railroad’s “Garbage Run,” they fought their own war on the home front, and they helped shape a victory as surely as their brothers and husbands did overseas
America looked good to a high school senior then, and that year looks wonderfully safe to us now, but it was a time of tumult for all that, and there were plenty of shadows along with the sunshine
You can rise fast and far in America, but sometimes the cost of the journey is hard to tally
The Secret Service considered Emanuel Ninger a common counterfeiter. He saw himself as an American master of the impressionist school.
Besides being a bigot, a fop, and a thief, the British governor Lord Cornbury, had some peculiar fetishes
Under duress in a British prison, Richard Stockton of New Jersey had the singular misfortune to become