The Doric House Flemington

Step Inside Victorian Grandeur: Discover Flemington’s Historic Homes and Hidden Gems on June 1st

Explore Flemington's rich history on the House Tours of Flemington, happening June 1st, where you'll get an exclusive look inside Victorian homes, historic churches, and the newly renovated courthouse.
Historic Newark Skyline

The Newark that Could Have Been, Part II: Mid-Century Utopias and Motorama Nightmares

Part II of our deep dive into the history and architectural aspirations of Newark: post-World War II Newark is grappling with economic downturns and the weight of its own aspirations, as it embarks on a bold journey to redefine itself.
Newark Future Map

The Newark that Could Have Been, Part I: A City Beautiful, Sky-High Ambitions, and...

Dive into the history and architectural aspirations of Newark, a city with a complex past and promising future, explored through the lens of its iconic landmarks and unrealized urban visions.
579 Trail Hunterdon County Milford Nj Phillips Farm

Explore the History of the Garden State on Hunterdon County’s 579 Trail

New Jersey’s 579 Trail, a 25-mile stretch of country road from Bloomsbury to Lambertville, is a great way to explore the agricultural roots of the Garden State.
Weequahic High School Newark

Weequahic High School’s Landmark Achievement: Celebrating Betelle’s Architectural Mastery in Newark

Weequahic High School's historic importance was recently recognized when it was named to New Jersey’s Register of Historic Places.
Hahnes Building Newark Christmas

There’s No Place Like Newark for the Holidays: Brick City History for the Most...

As I walked through Broad Street on my way home with presents and giftwrap in hand, I found myself longing for a memory that now has become a rose-tinted fantasy. The nostalgia of a time and a city that bejeweled itself in Christmas merriment, and streetscapes as alive as a postcard by Currier and Ives.
Mount Pleasant Cemetery Newark Haunted 17

A Ghost, a Witch, and the Devil Walk into a Cemetery… The Horrors that...

These tales I’m about to share are real, as legend goes that is… these are the stories that only a few of us know and wish to continue to pass for future generations. And what is most befitting is that they come from one particularly famous place in Newark… a final resting place.
Oldest House In Hamilton Park Jersey City

The Discovery of an 1860 Photo Causes Jersey City Residents to Rethink Restoration of...

Judge Stephen Garretson’s former home is believed to be the oldest building in Hamilton Park, Jersey City.
Samuel P Paul House Paulsboro

Native American Encampment, 18th Century Home Threatened by Municipal ‘Recycling’ Facility in Paulsboro

A plan to build a municipal recycling center threatens the serenity of a historically significant 18th-century home called the Samuel P. Paul House.
Krueger Scott Mansion Newark Interior

Madame Scott’s Grandson to Revive Beauty School in Newark’s Restored Krueger-Scott Mansion

Last month, members of the public got a peek inside the Krueger-Scott Mansion in its almost-finished state to see what three years and $10 million could accomplish.