Sunday, March 8th, 2020 Healthy EDGE,EDGE Magazine,Vol 10 Issue 3

Making Headway

When drugs won’t work for depression, what’s the next move? By Yolanda Navarra Fleming According to the Centers for Disease Control, 1 in 30 people in America will deal with major depression this year. The prevalence of major depressive episodes increases with age, with the rate climbing to 1 in 20 for people between the […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 EDGE Food,Vol 11 Issue 3

2nd Jetty

“The merry band of chefs are the equivalent of jazz musicians… constantly improvising, cooking with spontaneity, reacting to an ingredient in the moment.” By Andy Clurfeld It’s lunchtime on a  Tuesday, and Kyle Hopfensperger and Dan Pollard are talking dinner. Specifically, what’s going to be on the menu for dinner at 2nd Jetty Seafood in […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 EDGE Home,Vol 11 Issue 3

Liquid Gold

    Want to make a realtor’s heart pound? Just add water. By Christine Gibbs Location. Location. Location. To the water lover in search of the perfect first home, next home, or vacation home, an ideal location must be close to the edge, so to speak—whether it be ocean, lake, river, bay, stream or even […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 Healthy EDGE,Vol 11 Issue 3

Lost & Found

My long road back to Capoeira. By Chelsea Gould Nearly 15 years have passed since my first encounter with Capoeira. I was taking a walk on the beach in Siesta Key on one of those gentle, lazy days on the Gulf Coast of Florida. My attention was drawn to a group of men and women, […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 EDGE To Do,Vol 11 Issue 3

Entertainment on the Edge

Friday • June 14 • 8:30 pm Prudential Center Luis Miguel 2019 North American Tour The winner of the Best 2018 Tour at both the Latin Grammys and American Music Awards, Luis Miguel has sold more than 100 million albums. He won his first Grammy as a teenager for a duet with Sheena Easton, becoming […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 EDGE Movies,Vol 11 Issue 3

Laughing Matter

A serious look at fish-out-of-water comedy. By Luke Sacher There is nothing remotely amusing about a fish-out-of-water experience. We’ve all been there at one time or another. Being in the wrong place at the wrong time, ill-equipped to cope with unfamiliar circumstances or unpredictable people, is at best deeply unsettling and, at worst, totally harrowing. […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 EDGE Books,Vol 11 Issue 3

Casting About

One of the most closely held secrets in the world of fishing is that that good fiction on the sport is harder to hook than an Apache Trout. Let’s see…there’s Melville and Hemingway and…yeah, it’s kind of a short list. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or the angler in your life, these books should be […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 EDGE Family,Vol 11 Issue 3

Running Out

Is water insecurity a New Jersey problem? By Mark Stewart In Israel, water treatment facilities recycle household wastewater to meet nearly half of the country’s agricultural needs. In Australia, water is treated as a commodity, leading to a 50 percent drop in residential and business consumption. In Singapore, water flows to five million people through […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 Healthy EDGE,Vol 11 Issue 3

A Familiar Ring to It

In the halls of the Trinitas Wound Center, sounds of success. By Yolanda Navarra Fleming Among the many iconic lines from the 1946 holiday classic It’s A Wonderful Life, perhaps the most memorable is “Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings. That’s a matter of faith, of course—and also, why not “her […]

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 EDGE Community,Vol 11 Issue 3

Community Events

Community Events   We welcome the community to our programs that are designed to educate and inform. Programs are subject to change.   SEMINARS   Visit for seminar listings or check for updates on our Facebook page,   THURSDAY, JUNE 13 • 6:00 PM Diabetes & Sleep: Control Your Blood Sugar with Better […]