Arts & Entertainment Top Stories

April 3, 2019

UNION COUNTY, NJ – In recognition of April as Autism Awareness Month, the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is sponsoring a series of inclusive events for Union County residents. The County Administration Building will also light up with blue lights in April, to show support for autism ...

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SPOTSWOOD, NJ - From the athletic fields to the classroom to the stage, lots of exciting memories are made year after year at the four schools in the Spotswood School District. Superintendent Graham Peabody is inviting alumni to share some of those memories and accomplishments through videos on ...

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BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ Want to become a light saber master? This Saturday, April 6, local children ages six and older can sign up for light saber training at the Bernards Township Library with with the highly skilled Jedi and Sith masters of the Saber Guild Corellia of New Jersey. Participants in ...

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WOOD-RIDGE, NJ -- A small town girl moves to New York City to find fame and fortune on Broadway. A big time Broadway producer struggles to launch a musical extravazanga during the Great Depression. Their paths cross when Wood-Ridge Junior-Senior High School presents "42nd Street" this week. The ...

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WATCHUNG, NJ - Plainfield resident Larry Quirk is the curator of an exhibit coming to the Watchung Arts Center, and one of the 18 local ceramic artists who will be featured.  A variety of work will be exhibited from April 6 through April 28, all springing from the medium of clay. When he was ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - New Providence Memorial Library celebrated its first New Jersey Makers Day on Saturday, March 23, with over a hundred people of all ages participating over the course of the day.  Events led by the library's community partners, New Providence Amateur Radio Club and Team Airo ...

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SOMERVILLE, NJ – Eight life-sized bronze sculptures by world-renowned artist Seward Johnson arrived in the borough yesterday at the southern end of Division Street before they were escorted to spots along Main Street, the library at the west end of town, while a few were placed on Division ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - April is GAYpril at Rutgers. GAYpril is a month-long opportunity for the entire campus, "to involve itself in education and celebratory programming on queer issues," according to Rutgers' Center For Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities' website. Nico ...

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This Weekend in Red Bank, NJ: It's the Convergence of Hollywood, NYC Film, European influence, and raw Home Grown NJ Talent, all Here in New Jersey; The International Monmouth Film Festival.  RED BANK, NJ:  Can you feel it? There's a palpable buzz in New Jersey as final preparations are being ...

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This Weekend in Red Bank, NJ: It's the Convergence of Hollywood, NYC Film, European influence, and raw Home Grown NJ Talent, all Here in New Jersey; The International Monmouth Film Festival.  RED BANK, NJ:  Can you feel it? There's a palpable buzz in New Jersey as final preparations are being ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Love music? Musicians from the Morris School District wil be performing for the community this week. On Tuesday April 2 in the Morristown High School Auditorium, middle school and high school students from the MSD will be performing an Orchestra Concert. The community is invited ...

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MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Earlier this month, Mahopac schools held “Acapalooza”—a musical event in which a cappella groups from each grade, from elementary to high school, performed a variety of songs from all types of genres.

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WESTFIELD, NJ — Originally scheduled for March but postponed due to rain, Downtown Westfield’s “Midday Madness” clue hunt is coming up on Sunday, April 7. Teams are encouraged to use their wiles in the upcoming contest that will have them solve riddles and dash around the downtown. What is ...

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WOODBRIDGE, NJ - Six of the most recognizable professional wrestling icons and heroes come together as the Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation (PHF) presents a Charity Autograph Signing on Saturday, April 13, at 1:30 pm.   It happens at the Woodbridge Community Center, 600 Main Street, ...

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ROXBURY, NJ - Boys and girls in grades K-4 are invited to come build Cubmobiles (go karts for Cub Scouts) on Friday, April 12 with Cub Scout Pack 159.  Our meeting will begin at 6:30 pm at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 203 Eyland Ave., Succasunna. Pack 159 is year-round fun for the whole ...

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BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ When youngsters study the U.S. Civil War at the Oak Street Elementary School, songs from the era might be part of the lesson.  What do the words mean? When they might have been sung? What instruments do you hear? What does it say about people’s thoughts? An initiative is ...

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This Weekend in Red Bank, NJ: It's the Convergence of Hollywood, NYC Film, European influence, and raw Home Grown NJ Talent, all Here in New Jersey; The International Monmouth Film Festival.  RED BANK, NJ - Can you feel it? There's a palpable buzz in New Jersey as final preparations are being ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - There's a scene from NBC's smash comedy, "Superstore," where Mateo comes out and tells his ex-boyfriend/manager Jeff, "I'm undocumented." Considering that actor Nico Santos is gay and has had relatives that lived here without permission, the scene was particularly ...

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This Weekend in Red Bank, NJ: It's the Convergence of Hollywood, NYC Film, European influence, and raw Home Grown NJ Talent, all Here in New Jersey; The International Monmouth Film Festival.  RED BANK, NJ:  Can you feel it? There's a palpable buzz in New Jersey as final preparations are being ...

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SOMERVILLE, NJ – Eight life-sized bronze sculptures by world-renowned artist Seward Johnson arrived in the borough yesterday at the southern end of Division Street before they were escorted to spots along Main Street, the library at the west end of town, while a few were placed on Division ...

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SOMERSET, NJ - This month there are many things to do right here in town, and many of them will TAPinto your philanthropic side.  Read below and TAP on the headlines for more details:  Franklin Township Public Library is pleased to host The ABCs of Book Publishing with author-publisher Cheryl ...

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This Weekend in Red Bank, NJ: It's the Convergence of Hollywood, NYC Film, European influence, and raw Home Grown NJ Talent, all Here in New Jersey; The International Monmouth Film Festival.  RED BANK, NJ - Can you feel it? There's a palpable buzz in New Jersey as final preparations are being ...

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CALDWELL, NJ — The African savannah will come to life with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle and back during the Trinity Academy presentation of Disney’s “The Lion King JR” on Thursday, April 11 and Friday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m., in ...

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Resident Renate Bieber's Work Will be Featured at the 36th Annual Quilt Show in Scotch Plains. “My Journey” the quilts of Renate Bieber will be showcased at the Harvest Quilters of Central NJ’s 36th annual quilt show on Saturday,  April 6, at Willow Grove Presbyterian Church, Scotch Plains, from ...

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NEWARK, NJ — Four West Orange students were among the 103 Essex County students to show their work at the 15th annual student art exhibit held in partnership with the Art Educators of New Jersey. The students whose drawings and paintings that were featured in the exhibit included Liberty Middle ...

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset Patriots have announced that their annual Fan Fest will take place April 13 at TD Bank Ballpark from noon to 3 p.m. Fan Fest is a free admission event to kick off spring and the upcoming baseball season. The first 500 kids in attendance will receive a complimentary ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK – Happy first official full week of May, April Fools! Finally warmer air, brighter colors and soon outdoor eating spots to be reopened! The Hub City was busy throughout winter but now that spring has sprung, get ready for even more events both indoor and outdoor. Well, what are you ...

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This Weekend in Red Bank, NJ: It's the Convergence of Hollywood, NYC Film, European influence, and raw Home Grown NJ Talent, all Here in New Jersey; The International Monmouth Film Festival.  RED BANK, NJ:  Can you feel it? There's a palpable buzz in New Jersey as final preparations are being ...

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ASBURY PARK, NJ — David W. Schoner Jr., associate director of the New Jersey Film & TV Commission, spoke with TAPintoTV at this year’s Garden State Film Festival about the new state tax incentive programs available to filmmakers and producers. The 17th annual festival was held March 27 ...

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