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For those in the know, New Jersey can be a hotbed of culture, creativity, and talent. And now WAJ Magazine is giving readers a chance to get up close and personal with their hometown heroes. This winter's issue spotlights The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation (TMJF), an organization that is making lasting positive change in the community.
Naeem Boucher Properties, EXP Realty, James Capra of North Pointe Bank, and Dr. Kenneth Clayton of St. Lukes Baptist Church have once again outdone themselves with its 3rd Annual Toy Drive in Paterson, New Jersey. On December 17, residents from all over Paterson, New Jersey gathered at 139 Carroll St in support of this fantastic event that donated hundreds of toys for children of all ages to spread joy, and laughter this holiday season. In addition to donating toys, there was a FREE photo booth, courtesy of Imperial Rental NJ, for families to take holiday photos that were printed on the spot for attendees, and music for everyone to enjoy provided by DJ New Money. 
With summer coming to an end and fall quickly approaching, DJ Handles is setting the tone for the season with some AfroBeats vibes. He's got the best of the best in rotation from WizKid to Kofi Black and LeA Robinson.

DJ Handles carefully selects each song on his Last Call playlist to ensure that there's something for everyone. With a range of artists, you're sure to find at least a few songs that you enjoy. Sit back and relax as DJ Handles puts you at ease after a long day of work.
We’ve all heard that saying when you’re down the shore, “Find me at DQ’s bar!” In the meantime, in between time - it’s also cookout...

This year has been filled with new hits giving listeners nostalgia with the usage of hit music samples bringing us back into the 2000s vibe. Flex A.i., an emerging new recording artist from New Jersey, has released his newest single "Who Dat", produced by Kamxwow which samples 2001 hit, Eve's classic “Who’s That Girl?". Flex A.i. pays homage to the original track by Eve and provides listeners with a modern version of the hit that is more relevant to today's culture, especially in New Jersey.