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1 HOUR AGO - The Nation

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Black Women Vilified as a ‘Lesbian Wolf Pack’ Speak for Themselves in a New Film

Dani McClainOut in the Night tells the story of the New Jersey Four, women who faced felony charges after defending themselves against an attacker.

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17 HOURS AGO - MSNBC

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Before iPods and MP3 Players People Rocked 'Portable Stereo Headsets'

Today everyone seems to be wearing ear buds but in the 1980s, a New Jersey town banned using headphones during some activities like crossing the street.

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20 HOURS AGO - Philadelphia Inquirer

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New Jersey town considering public ban on shirtlessness, bare feet

Newton in Sussex County, N.J., wants folks in its shopping district to wear shirts and shoes or face a fine of $25 to $100. But it won't follow Wildwood's lead and ban saggy pants.

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22 HOURS AGO - Mashable

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Fierce, deadly Portuguese Man o' Wars are unwelcome party guests at the Jersey shore

Wildlife officials at several New Jersey beaches have issued warnings after dozens of Portuguese Man o' Wars washed ashore. The jellyfish-like creatures usually ride north on the Gulf Stream current, since they prefer the current's mild waters. Sometimes, however, strong winds can blow them closer to shore during their journey, which is probably how these guys got the invite to ...

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22 HOURS AGO - Mashable

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Dozens of fierce, deadly Portuguese Man o' Wars are unwelcome party guests at the Jersey shore

Wildlife officials at several New Jersey beaches have issued warnings after dozens of Portuguese Man o' Wars washed ashore. The jellyfish-like creatures usually ride north on the Gulf Stream current, since they prefer the current's mild waters. Sometimes, however, strong winds can blow them closer to shore during their journey, which is probably how these guys got the invite to ...

Tags: Dozens of fierce, deadly Portuguese Man o' Wars are unwelcome party guests at the Jersey shore,  New Jersey Latest News