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Montclair Theatre Issues Plea for Flood Recovery Assistance

August 17, 2018

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Studio Players suffered significant damage to their facility during the flood last week that left parts of Montclair under water.    As a result, they are now asking for community groups to assist them in the cleanup effort.

They have issued the following statement:

As you may have seen already, Studio Players in Upper Montclair suffered massive damage to their ...

Tee Off at the Lions Golf Outing

On Monday, Aug. 27, the North Salem Lions will host a golf outing to celebrate their 51st anniversary and raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter, among other charities.

The event will include a four-person best ball, a continental breakfast, a barbecue lunch and a buffet dinner. Awards and raffle prizes will be presented during dinner. Registration for $275 ...

Belmar Historical Society Salutes Music-Makers Past and Present in New Exhibit

BELMAR, NJ — Bruce Springsteen may have put Belmar’s E Street on the rock ’n’ roll roadmap, but the borough is long known for its deep-rooted musical history that spans a multitude of genres.

In its current exhibit at the municipal building, the Belmar Historical Society (BHS) pays tribute to those musical artists — past and present — who call Belmar home or ...

Seven Events Happening in New Brunswick This Week (July 30)

NEW BRUNSWICK – Well, believe it or not, we are ending July and entering the month of August. But wait! That’s not a bad thing. It means summer is still going strong and there are more exciting and fun things to do in New Brunswick. So take a look at that bucket list you’ve been keeping and start crossing things off!

Tuesday, July 31
The Great Muppet Caper-Free Summer Movie.

VIDEO: Belmar’s Treasured Doughboy Statue is Welcomed Home in Grand Style

BELMAR, NJ — Standing tall and glistening under the sun in all his glory, Belmar’s “Spirit of the Doughboy” statue is back atop his pedestal in Memorial Field.

He was greeted this morning, July 27, by some 50 people who gathered in the small park under the Route 35 bridge awaiting his return from the Seward Johnson Atelier in Hamilton, where he has spent the last three ...

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