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Lambertville filmmaker Steve Chernoski wins award for his blog:
“Where is the line between North & South Jersey?”
LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. — Aug. 17, 2011 — Steve Chernoski, an independent filmmaker from Lambertville, N.J., recently won an Iglu Travel award for his blog, “Where is the line between North & South Jersey?,” under the category of “New Jersey Blogs.”
Steve’s blog, which can be found at nsjersey.blogspot.com, features compelling commentary about The Garden State and aims to shed light on the question, “Where is the line between North & South Jersey?” Iglu Travel’s website describes the recognized New Jersey blogs as “top of the chart when it comes to providing you with the information you need to plan your trip.” Iglu also notes their team “love[s] the New Jersey section” and “these blogs bring a bit of that New Jersey evening magic to their readers.”
“I’m really excited that my blog won this award,” said Chernoski. “I’ve always loved New Jersey and its unique culture, and I’m happy that I’ve been able to provide a forum for dialogue to our readers about New Jersey.”
As director of “New Jersey: The Movie,” Steve has immersed himself in New Jersey cultural studies, making this one of his biggest passions in life. “New Jersey: The Movie” has received critical acclaim from The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Star-Ledger of Newark, and Steve continues to research and explore everything New Jersey.
The complete awards list can be found at iglucruise.com/igluawards2011/categories/winners/new-jersey-blogs.htm