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EDGE Magazine Begins 2014 in Good Hands

Hollywood Star Dennis Haysbert Talks the Talk, Walks the Walk

ELIZABETH, N.J., March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- EDGE Magazine kicked off its sixth year as the Garden State's most unique and innovative lifestyle publication with an assist from actor Dennis Haysbert. In an hour-long interview that "jumps" from the pages of EDGE to the edgemagonline.com web site, Haysbert reflects on a career that includes featured roles in classic films such as Major League and Far from Heaven, TV series 24 and The Unit, and his work as a spokesman for Allstate Insurance. Haysbert also posed for EDGE photographer David Walden for a photo shoot at the 60 Beverly Hills Hotel.  

EDGE Magazine Begins 2014 in Good Hands. Hollywood Star Dennis Haysbert Talks the Talk, Walks the Walk. The Haysbert Q&A is part of EDGE’s February/March “Word to the Wise” issue, EDGE Magazine is published by Trinitas Regional Medical Center. More than 75,000 copies are sold and mailed, regularly reaching over 300,000 readers in central New Jersey. The magazine has an additional 150,000 online readers, who spend an average of 30-plus minutes on EdgeMagOnline.com—as well as thousands more following EDGE through Twitter @EDGEMagNJ and Facebook  EDGE Magazine (NJ). For Photos and more information contact Doug Harris at (908) 994–5138.

"The project could not have turned out better," says Editor at Large Tracey Smith. "The cover shot of Dennis is truly striking, and our interview ended up taking him to places neither of us was anticipating we'd go."  

The Haysbert Q&A is part of EDGE's February/March "Word to the Wise" issue, which includes features on extreme summer camps, advances in robotic surgery, and dumb legal mistakes smart people make, as well as a luxury home exchange how-to and a second Q&A, with jazz legend Pat Metheny.

EDGE is known for its timeless, penetrating celebrity interviews, which include Ken Burns, Brian Williams, Joe Mantegna, 50 Cent, Sandra Oh, Terence Winter, Chazz Palminteri, Beth Ostrosky Stern and Buddy "Cake Boss" Valastro. All are archived on the edgemagonline.com web site. The next issue features interviews with Pulitzer-winning author Robert Caro and talk show diva Wendy Williams. Williams also participated in a fashion layout, shot by EDGE photographer Nadine Raphael in classic Asbury Park venues.

EDGE Magazine is published by the Trinitas Regional Medical Center. More than 75,000 copies are sold and mailed, regularly reaching over 300,000 readers in central New Jersey. The magazine has an additional 150,000 online readers, who spend an average of 30-plus minutes on EdgeMagOnline.com—as well as thousands more following EDGE through Twitter @EDGEMagNJ and Facebook  EDGE Magazine (NJ). EDGE's restaurant reviews are authored by former Zagat New Jersey editor and Gourmet Magazine columnist Andy Clurfeld. The magazine's Healthy Edge health and wellness section features breaking medical news with input and commentary from top Trinitas doctors and researchers.

For photos or more information contact Doug Harris or Kathryn Salamone at (908) 994–5138.

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