Wednesday, August 5th, 2020 5 Minutes With...,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Mark Strong

What have you been watching during the COVID-19 shutdown?    After finishing Tiger King, I sat down with my wife and sons and wrote a list of all the films they should have seen, and we’re working our way through  those in my DVD collection after dinner. I wanted to introduce them to things like Being […]

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Wednesday, August 5th, 2020 EDGE Bonus,Vol 12 Issue 2

More with Jason Alexander…

EDGE: You’ve been doing magic for a long time. Is that something that you look at as a hobby, or something that you would like to take to the public more often? JA: Well, I will tell you that up until I moved to Livingston and fell in with those theater kids, magic is what […]

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Sunday, August 2nd, 2020 EDGE Feature,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Chef Recommends

Grain & Cane Bar and Table • Maine Lobster Benedict 250 Connell Drive • BERKELEY HEIGHTS (908) 897-1920 • grainandcane.com Butter poached lobster, cage-free poached eggs and bernaise sauce. The flavors combine to create a beautifully silky dish that will be a weekend brunch favorite.   The Thirsty Turtle • Pork Tenderloin Special 1-7 South […]

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Saturday, August 1st, 2020 EDGE Local Talent,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Sharpened Perspective

Seeing the world through an artist’s eyes can be the beginning of a transcendent experience. The work of Ricardo Roig adds a fascinating detour to that journey…along the fine edge of a master’s blade. In simplifying the boundaries of familiar imagery, Roig’s meticulous hand-cut screen prints reveal layers of complexity that seem new with each […]

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Monday, July 13th, 2020 Healthy EDGE,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Staying Centered

Role of Ambulatory Surgery becomes more vital as Covid-19 subsides By Yolanda Navarra Fleming The numbers are tricky to pin down as Covid-19 cases rise and fall from coast to coast, but it appears that at least a third of Americans put off needed healthcare in the first four months of the pandemic. That figure […]

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Monday, July 13th, 2020 EDGE Magazine,Healthy EDGE,Vol 12 Issue 2

Answering the Call

When Covid-19 hit, Trinitas hit back…with a true team effort. By Yolanda Navarra Fleming You don’t have to be in healthcare to comprehend the gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic. Gary S. Horan, President & CEO of Trinitas Regional Medical Center, says it’s been unlike anything he has experienced in his many years in healthcare administration. […]

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 EDGE Food,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Heads Up, Eyes Down

Dan Lipow May Be Foraging at a Meadow Near You By Andy Clurfeld Right now, Dan Lipow is talking chanterelles. Don’t stop him. You’ll miss the opportunity to learn more about the princess charming of wild mushrooms than if you’d had an encyclopedia on the fruiting body of a fungus implanted in your brain while […]

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 EDGE Magazine,EDGE Sports,Vol 12 Issue 2

Diamond in the Rough

As the MLB season reboots, here are a dozen things to know about baseball in New Jersey. The roots of baseball run deep in the Garden State. You may know that the first officially recorded game was played in Hoboken in 1846, and have probably seen the Currier & Ives print a few times, but for […]

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 EDGE Magazine,EDGE Music,Vol 12 Issue 2

Flawless Cuts

Are these the best-ever “Diamond” songs? In the hands of a world-class jeweler, a diamond can be transformed into a thing of enduring beauty. As these songs show, in the hands of a great performer, a diamond can become a timeless masterpiece of an entirely different kind. Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend Marilyn Monroe […]

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 EDGE Food,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Opening Thoughts

AJ Capella and Anthony Mangieri on summer,  the shutdown, and the new normal. By Andy Clurfeld The world is a different place than it was at the start of this year, or even at the start of spring. Now, as summer dawns, it’s challenging to imagine what the traditional season of sun- and-fun capped by […]

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 EDGE Interview,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Carol Blazejowski

In the lexicon of basketball, “B.C.” has its own particular meaning: Before Carol. That’s because, for women’s basketball fans, everything that happened prior to the moment that Carol Blazejowski made her debut for Montclair State is ancient history. She not only brought a complete game to the floor, she brought a completely different one—pouring in […]

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 EDGE Home,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Board Report

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Drywall* *BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK By Jim Sawyer Drywall giveth and drywall taketh away. If you’ve ever had to build a new structure, add to one, or repair one that’s old or damaged, you probably understand the myriad advantages of using drywall. Relative to traditional construction and […]

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 EDGE Feature,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

A Cut Above

Classic jewel heists…from the historical to the hysterical. By Mark Stewart Last November, a pair of thieves in Germany made off with a group of priceless artifacts from the Green Vault Jewelry Room in Dresden’s Royal Palace. When asked to actually put a price on the haul, experts estimated the value of the theft at […]

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Tuesday, June 16th, 2020 EDGE Interview,Cover Story,EDGE Magazine,Vol 12 Issue 2

Jason Alexander

At a time when everyone in New Jersey needs a good laugh, we couldn’t think of a better go-to guy than Jason Alexander. From his New Jersey roots to his magnificent run on Seinfeld, he embodies the kind of honesty, vulnerability and humor that are the foundation of great entertainment. Gerry Strauss asked Jason about […]

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Friday, May 1st, 2020 Foundation People,Vol 8 Issue 2

Foundation People

ED PROJECT ON SCHEDULE AND ON BUDGET  The Williamson Street campus is busy with active construction and renovation in and around our Emergency Department. We’re in the middle of an $18 million project that will almost double the depart-ment’s size and capacity, create a dedicated diagnostic imaging suite, and feature areas for pediatric, geriatric and […]

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Friday, May 1st, 2020 Healthy EDGE,EDGE Magazine,Vol 8 Issue 2

The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Spring initiative highlights organ donation. By Caleb MacLean On any given day, more than 120,000 people in America are waiting for an organ transplant. On average, 22 people a day die for lack of a donated organ. There are currently more than 5,000 New Jerseyans on various transplant lists. How this precious material gets from […]

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Friday, May 1st, 2020 EDGE Home,EDGE Magazine,Vol 8 Issue 2

Bath & Beyond

A look ahead.  By Christine Gibbs Over a lifetime, the average person will probably spend close to 20,000 hours in the bathroom. If you bother doing the math it comes out to almost an hour a day. When weighed against the time spent, say, in bed, it pales in comparison. However, what you do in […]

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Friday, May 1st, 2020 EDGE Food,EDGE Magazine,Vol 8 Issue 2

The Frog and The Peach

“The ricotta gnocchi, lavished with black truffles and nibs of wild boar sopressata, was so sensational I did something I’ve rarely done when dining out on the job.” By Andy Clurfeld The Frog and The Peach 29 Dennis St., New Brunswick. Phone: (908) 846.3216  Reservations and all major credit cards accepted. Open for dinner seven […]

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Friday, May 1st, 2020 Healthy EDGE,EDGE Magazine,Vol 8 Issue 2

Now In My Backyard

Tales from the front lines of New Jersey’s heroin epidemic. By Mark Stewart  Welcome to Heroin Town. That eye-catching headline ran last December on the NJ.com web site. The story posited that, if one were to take all of New Jersey’s heroin addicts and put them in one place, the population would work out to […]

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Friday, May 1st, 2020 Healthy EDGE,EDGE Magazine,Vol 8 Issue 2

Emotional Intelligence

No matter the variables, treating patients like family is part of the Trinitas equation.  By Erik Slagle When Martin Mintz went into cardiac arrest on September 30th, 2015, he was far from home and the hospitals he was familiar with. A 95-year-old resident of Brooklyn, Martin was visiting family in Elizabeth when the heart attack […]

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