The New Jersey Hall of Fame has announced its 2023 nominees, and is asking the public to vote on them. They include groundbreaking funk musician George Clinton, Joe Walsh (of the bands The Eagles and The James Gang as well as a successful solo artist), actor Paul Rudd, chef and travel writer Anthony Bourdain and singer-songwriter Phoebe Snow in the Performing Arts & Entertainment category; and actor George Segal and writers Amiri Baraka, John McPhee, Edmund Wilson and Janet Evanovich in the Arts & Letters category.
You can vote HERE until May 19.
Here are the candidates, with 10 in each category.
ARTS & LETTERS
George A. Tice
George Theophilus Walker
Leon G. Smith
PERFORMING ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Brian De Palma
Eva Marie Saint
Steve Adubato Sr.
Peter W. Rodino
Christine Todd Whitman
For more on the Hall, visit njhalloffame.org.
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