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Embassy Suites by Hilton Berkeley Heights Offers Complimentary Breakfast to Federal Employees During Shutdown

January 23, 2019

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - As the federal government shutdown drags on, Embassy Suites By Hilton Berkeley Heights would like to extend complimentary breakfast to Federal workers who are furloughed due to the shutdown beginning immediately. 

Workers are to show valid ID at the front desk to get a breakfast voucher.

Hours for breakfast are M-F 6:30 to 9:30 a.m., Sat-Sun 7 to 10:30 ...

Reboots: Hit or Miss?

After finishing the final episode of a TV series, it can be hard to find something to look forward to. Especially in this binge-watching era, when you can watch an entire series in a day. This condition has been dubbed Post-Series Depression. The cure, according to many production companies, reboots. After a series has ended, it is often added to Hulu, Netflix or Amazon, where it gains further ...

GL Girls Fencing Trounces MKA, 22-5

CEDAR GROVE, NJ - The Governor Livingston Girls Fencing team defeated Montclair Kimberley Academy on January 17 by a score of 22-5 at the Lilov Fencing Academy in Cedar Grove. GL’s success was made possible through the combined efforts of veteran fencers and underclassmen.

The meet started off strong with the first round of sabre bouts, in which Heather Januzzi, Sarah Comerford, and ...

Rutgers Postpones Tuition Payments for Families of Furloughed Workers

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University will postpone collection of currently unpaid tuition and other fees from federal employees furloughed during the government shutdown, and their dependents.

“This is one way that we can minimize that stress and eliminate disruption of academic careers while the federal shutdown continues,” Rutgers University President Robert Barchi said in ...

Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach Set for Saturday February 23 at the Mud City Crab House Property in Manahawkin

January 23, 2019

STAFFORD - We are in the thick of the winter and it is time to look forward to a great event! The Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach in Loving Memory of Mallory McBrien is going to happen on Saturday February 23 at the Mud City Crab House.

The rain, snow or shine event takes place between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

The Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach ~ A Community Clambake of Arctic ...

“Art from the HEART” Exhibit at Freeholders Gallery

ELIZABETH, NJ - The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to present artwork from the Art from the HEART fine arts program on display at the Freeholders Gallery now until February 14. The public is invited to visit the Freeholders Gallery any time during regular business hours weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the 6th floor of the Union County Administration Building, located ...

Famous Rapper Attends Governor Livingston Student Council Annual Snow Ball

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - In December, members of the Governor Livingston Student Council hosted their annual Semi Formal known as the “Snow Ball” in the GL cafeteria. Members of the Student Council host the event, and all money collected goes towards charity. This year, proceeds went to the Amanda Rose Laura Foundation, which aims to provide educational experiences for high school ...

End of an Era: Construction Begins on Wawa in former Fabricland North Planfield Location

January 21, 2019

NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - It started with demolition. And now construction has begun on the new Wawa at the former location of Fabricland on Route 22 at Wilson Avenue.

 

After 57 years in North Plainfield, Fabricland and their sister company, Metropolitan Window Fashions relocated in 2018 down the road in Green Brook. They have been in business for 85 years, continuously owned by the same ...

Edison Heating and Cooling Offers Cold Weather Efficiency and Safety Tips

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – With the freezing temperatures upon us, experts state that several key factors play an important role in maintaining a warm and safe home throughout the long, cold winter. 

“Maintenance is keep when it comes to your home running safely and efficiently,” said Mike Iarrapino, owner of Edison Heating and Cooling. “Ensuring that your home is air ...

Meet the Master Brewer of Untied Brewing Company, Opening in New Providence

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Untied Brewing Company is gearing up for the opening of their brewery and tasting room to the public very soon. Through meticulous planning with world and national award-winning Head Brewer, Tim Stumpf, Untied has spared no expense in making their brewery the best it can be from the very start.  

Tim Stumpf is a beer, sports and nature lover from Newark, DE with a ...

Rutgers Postpones Tuition Payments for Families of Furloughed Workers

January 23, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University will postpone collection of currently unpaid tuition and other fees from federal employees furloughed during the government shutdown, and their dependents.

“This is one way that we can minimize that stress and eliminate disruption of academic careers while the federal shutdown continues,” Rutgers University President Robert Barchi said in ...

Gov. Livingston Senior Yuki Schwab Plays Carnegie Hall

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Many Gov. Livingston students have hidden talents, whether in music, visual arts, sports, or other areas. Among these talented teenagers is Yuki Schwab, a senior at Governor Livingston, whose piano ability has taken her as far as Carnegie Hall.

As Grand Prix winner of the 15th Annual Russian Music Competition 2018, Schwab performed at Weill Recital Hall of ...

Rachel Shanagher Selected as Berkeley Heights Nominee for County Educator of the Year Recognition

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Rachel Shanagher, Grade 1 Teacher at Mary Kay McMillin Early Childhood Center, has been chosen by the Berkeley Heights Public Schools to be the district’s nominee for Union County Educator of the Year recognition.

Mrs. Shanagher was named Educator of the Year at McMillin Early Childhood Center last spring, along with honorees from each of the other five Berkeley ...

Reboots: Hit or Miss?

January 23, 2019

After finishing the final episode of a TV series, it can be hard to find something to look forward to. Especially in this binge-watching era, when you can watch an entire series in a day. This condition has been dubbed Post-Series Depression. The cure, according to many production companies, reboots. After a series has ended, it is often added to Hulu, Netflix or Amazon, where it gains further ...

GL Girls Fencing Trounces MKA, 22-5

CEDAR GROVE, NJ - The Governor Livingston Girls Fencing team defeated Montclair Kimberley Academy on January 17 by a score of 22-5 at the Lilov Fencing Academy in Cedar Grove. GL’s success was made possible through the combined efforts of veteran fencers and underclassmen.

The meet started off strong with the first round of sabre bouts, in which Heather Januzzi, Sarah Comerford, and ...

Everything to Know about GL's Model UN

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Imagine this: you are Jefferson Davis, leader of the confederate America during the civil war. You and your entire team try to stop the north from taking away your given right of slaves, by building up your army, and attacking all of the north’s main cities, taking over more and more territory. Your battle becomes so heated that you eventually kidnap Lincoln and cut ...

The Future is Clear: Tarot as a Hobby at GL

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ- Fortune-telling isn’t just for the Halloween season. One of the most universally practiced forms of fortune-telling and future forecasting is tarot. Tarot consists of a deck of cards, all with different meanings, that are placed in specific formations in order to “predict” certain outcomes. 

While tarot cards might seem too witchy for year-round ...

What Makes a Good Teacher?

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Every school needs great teachers because teachers shape the education and future of their students. They are essential to growing and developing young minds. So what makes a good teacher?

Many students believe that good teachers create balanced and fair gradebooks. Some students such as sophomore Jason Pien are deeply concerned when teachers fail to “take in ...

A Teen Language Guide

Most of the time, parents don’t understand the phrases that their kids are using to communicate with their friends; it all sounds like a made-up language. Here are some of the most popular phrases that are being used, along with definitions and how to use the words:

Bet - For sure.

-“You want to hang out after school?”

-“Bet.”

Weird Flex But Okay - Used ...

Highlander Cheerleaders Bring Home Two Wins During Its First Competition Weekend

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Governor Livingston Varsity Cheerleading Squad attended and placed first in its first competition of its winter season on Saturday, Jan. 12. The sixteen member team, including four alternates, attended the competition at Hackensack High School where teams from all around New Jersey competed to represent their schools.

The Cheerleaders competed in the Cheer and Dance ...

Arts and Entertainment: Grinch vs Grinch

A recent film released to theaters this holiday season is the remake of the classic Dr. Seuss story, The Grinch. The original storybook was published in 1957. The Grinch was released as a 26 minute long animated short in 1966. This is a classic for all Christmas lovers and will warm your heart with holiday joy. It has been watched and enjoyed by families for many years and always leaves smiles on ...

Famous Rapper Attends Governor Livingston Student Council Annual Snow Ball

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - In December, members of the Governor Livingston Student Council hosted their annual Semi Formal known as the “Snow Ball” in the GL cafeteria. Members of the Student Council host the event, and all money collected goes towards charity. This year, proceeds went to the Amanda Rose Laura Foundation, which aims to provide educational experiences for high school ...

Gov. Livingston Senior Yuki Schwab Plays Carnegie Hall

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Many Gov. Livingston students have hidden talents, whether in music, visual arts, sports, or other areas. Among these talented teenagers is Yuki Schwab, a senior at Governor Livingston, whose piano ability has taken her as far as Carnegie Hall.

As Grand Prix winner of the 15th Annual Russian Music Competition 2018, Schwab performed at Weill Recital Hall of ...

Char or Grease

On a half day or during open campus, many Governor Livingston students head to Smashburger or Five Guys to grab a bite to eat. Both establishments are popular, but many students have opposing thoughts on each establishment. So which eatery is better? 

GL students often go to Smashburger to hang out with friends. However, according to a poll of 130 Governor Livingston Students, Five Guys ...

Hockey: Mat Katz Leads GL Puck to 3-1 Win in UCT

UNION, NJ -  Junior Mat Katz’s two goals lifted GL Ice Hockey over Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 3-1, on Monday night to end GL’s two game skid. Despite falling behind early, the Highlanders were able to claim the victory to improve to 7-9 and advance in the Union County Tournament.

SPF managed to get on the board first when Jack Hogan scored an unassisted goal with just under 7 ...

Conflict of Interest Issues Raised by Republicans at Berkeley Heights Council Meeting

January 21, 2019

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – What constitutes a conflict of interest for a council member or the council's attorney?

That question was raised at the Jan. 15 Township Council meeting, when Councilman Peter Bavoso suggested Councilman Stephen Yellin had a conflict of interest on two issues that he voted for at the Jan. 1 Reorganization Meeting -- the shared services agreement with Union ...

“Art from the HEART” Exhibit at Freeholders Gallery

ELIZABETH, NJ - The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to present artwork from the Art from the HEART fine arts program on display at the Freeholders Gallery now until February 14. The public is invited to visit the Freeholders Gallery any time during regular business hours weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the 6th floor of the Union County Administration Building, located ...

Township Announcement: Berkeley Heights Winter Weather Procedures

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - In response to resident questions about how the Township prepares for winter weather events, we would like to take this opportunity to give you some insight into the what activities each relevant department engages in to keep the public safe, and some standard operating procedures when it comes to preparation.

In preparation for major weather conditions this winter, the ...

Obituaries

- Jan 4, 2019
Jim Wood, founder of Berkeley Aquatics and a life-long swim coach, passed away on January 4th at ...
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GL Girls Fencing Trounces MKA, 22-5

January 23, 2019

CEDAR GROVE, NJ - The Governor Livingston Girls Fencing team defeated Montclair Kimberley Academy on January 17 by a score of 22-5 at the Lilov Fencing Academy in Cedar Grove. GL’s success was made possible through the combined efforts of veteran fencers and underclassmen.

The meet started off strong with the first round of sabre bouts, in which Heather Januzzi, Sarah Comerford, and ...

Gov. Livingston Girl Relayers Are State Champs

TOMS RIVER, NJ - The Gov. Livingston girls sprint medley relay team became NJSIAA Group 2 relay state champions Friday by taking first place at an event in Toms River.

The team, composed of sophomore Caroline Mondelli [ran the 400 leg], junior Alex Cassu and sophomore Samantha Erickson [ran 200 legs] and junior Victoria Vanriele [ran the 800 leg] in a time ...

Heavy Weight Champion Damon Ippolito is Named Valairco Heating & Cooling Highlander Athlete of the Week

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -  Gov. Livingston senior wrestler Damon Ippolito, seeded third, pinned top-seeded Griffin Keats of Rahway at 1:57 to take the heavy weight crown at the UCT in Union last Saturday. Additionally, Ippolito was named the Outstanding Wrestler in the upper weights.

For winning the Union County Wrestling Heavy Weight Championship and being named Outstanding ...

Embassy Suites by Hilton Berkeley Heights Offers Complimentary Breakfast to Federal Employees During Shutdown

January 23, 2019

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - As the federal government shutdown drags on, Embassy Suites By Hilton Berkeley Heights would like to extend complimentary breakfast to Federal workers who are furloughed due to the shutdown beginning immediately. 

Workers are to show valid ID at the front desk to get a breakfast voucher.

Hours for breakfast are M-F 6:30 to 9:30 a.m., Sat-Sun 7 to 10:30 ...

Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach Set for Saturday February 23 at the Mud City Crab House Property in Manahawkin

STAFFORD - We are in the thick of the winter and it is time to look forward to a great event! The Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach in Loving Memory of Mallory McBrien is going to happen on Saturday February 23 at the Mud City Crab House.

The rain, snow or shine event takes place between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

The Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach ~ A Community Clambake of Arctic ...

Trader Joe’s Releases 10th Annual Customer Choice Awards

WESTFIELD and NATIONAL -- Trader Joe’s, the popular supermarket featuring organic, vegan and everyday items -- and "Two-Buck Chuck" wines -- has released its 10th annual Customer Choice Awards, a list of favorite products by category. 

Overall, the top entree was Mandarin Orange Chicken, followed by Cauliflower Gnocchi and Chicken Tikka ...

Enjoy A First Day Hike to Welcome 2019

December 29, 2018

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ - New Year's Eve gets all of the attention, the parties, the champagne, the ball drop in Times Square.  But, do you know about First Day Hikes that take place each New Year's Day? 

Every Jan. 1, America's State Parks offer free and guided hiking events in every state across the U.S. It's a perfect way to introduce individuals and families to ...

Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach Set for Saturday February 23 at the Mud City Crab House Property in Manahawkin

January 23, 2019

STAFFORD - We are in the thick of the winter and it is time to look forward to a great event! The Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach in Loving Memory of Mallory McBrien is going to happen on Saturday February 23 at the Mud City Crab House.

The rain, snow or shine event takes place between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

The Fourth Annual Arctic Outreach ~ A Community Clambake of Arctic ...

The Berkeley Heights Diversity Council Hosts Day of Service in Honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Berkeley Heights Diversity Council together with Autumn Lake Healthcare at Berkeley Heights will be having a Day of Service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 21, 2019 at 2:30 p.m.

Martin Luther King Day is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of January. It celebrates the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr., an ...

Nathan Lee, Jane Brown Recognized at Berkeley Heights Rescue Squad Installation Dinner

January 22, 2019

WARREN, NJ - Mayor Angie Devanney swore in the 2019-2020 officers of the Berkeley Heights Volunteer Rescue Squad on Saturday, January 12 at their annual installation and awards dinner dance held this year at Forrest Lodge in Warren.

Incoming officers include: Ori Sternberg as Chief, Allie Deegan as Deputy Chief, Nathan Lee as First LT Training, Joe Plocinski as Second LT ...

Emeritus Atlantic Health System Board Member Named Trustee of the Year

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Atlantic Health System is proud to announce that Robert E. Mulcahy III was named 2019 Health System Trustee of the Year by the New Jersey Hospital Association. The Trustee of the Year honor, one of the Healthcare Leader Awards bestowed annually by NJHA, recognizes outstanding ...

Excel Physical Therapy Takes Over Long-Vacant Springfield Avenue Storefront

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Excel Orthopedic Physical Therapy (“EXCEL”), Northern New Jersey’s premier provider of orthopedic physical therapy for nearly 30 years, last week opened an office at 410 Springfield Avenue in Berkeley Heights, NJ. This spacious, open-concept physical therapy facility moved into the storefront next to Pet Supplies Plus, which longtime residents may recall ...

Nathan Lee, Jane Brown Recognized at Berkeley Heights Rescue Squad Installation Dinner

January 22, 2019

WARREN, NJ - Mayor Angie Devanney swore in the 2019-2020 officers of the Berkeley Heights Volunteer Rescue Squad on Saturday, January 12 at their annual installation and awards dinner dance held this year at Forrest Lodge in Warren.

Incoming officers include: Ori Sternberg as Chief, Allie Deegan as Deputy Chief, Nathan Lee as First LT Training, Joe Plocinski as Second LT ...

Weather Alert: Temperatures Plummet Causing Slippery Conditions

UNION COUNTY, NJ -  According to the Union County weather alert issued Sunday evening, temperatures will plummet through tonight well below freezing creating slippery conditions. As these temperatures fall, plenty of residual moisture and leftover standing water on area roads will freeze, or remain frozen. This will lead to areas of black ice. Anyone out driving or walking should be prepared ...

Weather Related Damage Causes Road Closure, Power Outages in New Providence

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Springfield Avenue between Maple Street and Pitney Avenue in New Providence is closed in both directions due to large tree, utility pole and power lines down. It will remain closed until repairs can be made and the tree cleared. JCP&L is working to restore power outages.

If you need shelter due to the extreme cold, please contact the Borough at ...

End of an Era: Construction Begins on Wawa in former Fabricland North Planfield Location

January 21, 2019

NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - It started with demolition. And now construction has begun on the new Wawa at the former location of Fabricland on Route 22 at Wilson Avenue.

 

After 57 years in North Plainfield, Fabricland and their sister company, Metropolitan Window Fashions relocated in 2018 down the road in Green Brook. They have been in business for 85 years, continuously owned by the same ...

Executive Director of Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts Karen Deschere Dies

January 15, 2019

The Wharton Insitute for the Performing Arts announced the passing of their Executive Director Karen Deschere on January 11, 2019.

Wharton Insitute for the Performing Arts released the following statement.  

IN MEMORY Karen Deschere (1956 – 2019)
Karen Deschere came to the Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts as Executive Director in January of 2014.

Tributes Continue for Beloved Swim Coach and Founder of BAC Jim Wood: 'The Community Has Lost a Great Man and I Have Lost a Good Friend'

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - “Our community has lost a great man and I have lost a good friend," said Dr. Patrick Smith on Jim Wood's recent death. "I have known and worked with Jim and his BAC athletes for almost 30 years. Jim loved our community having grown up in New Providence and as a businessman and coach at both the Berkeley Heights and more recently in New ...

Jim Wood, Founder Of Berkeley Aquatic Club, Has Died

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Tributes to the late Jim Wood, founder and head coach of Berkeley Aquatic Club Center of Excellence (BAC), are already pouring in on social media and in media outlets around the country.

Wood’s death on Jan. 4, at the age of 68, was announced by BAC on its Facebook page this morning.

Details of his passing and of the Celebration of Life being planned have ...

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Dr. King’s Shabbat Sermon in Springfield

January 20, 2019

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – A few days after his 34th birthday, a Baptist minister and the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) was invited to deliver the Friday night Shabbat sermon to the Jewish congregation of Temple Sha’arey Shalom in Springfield, New Jersey.

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a civil rights leader in the 1960’s, was the guest speaker ...

Is Generation X Preparing Adequately for Retirement?

Is Generation X Preparing Adequately for Retirement?

Future financial needs may be underestimated.

Provided by Walter Pardo, CWS®, PPC™

CEO/Certified Wealth Strategist

 

If you were born during 1965-80, you belong to “Generation X". Ten or twenty years ago, you may have thought of retirement as an event in the lives of your parents or grandparents; ...

Your 2019 Financial To Do List

Your 2019 Financial To-Do List

Things you can do for your future as the year unfolds.

Provided by Walter Pardo, CWS®, PPC™

CEO/Certified Wealth Strategist

What financial, business, or life priorities do you need to address for 2019? Now is a good time to think about the investing, saving, or budgeting methods you could employ toward specific objectives, from building your ...

Imagine Receives Grant from the Schumann Fund of New Jersey

January 23, 2019

Imagine has received a $10,000 grant from the Schumann Fund of New Jersey to support “Imagine Newark,” a new free children’s grief support center opening in the South Ward of Newark in March. 

“We are grateful for the Schumann Fund for New Jersey’s investment in this program, which will help us broaden our services to reach underserved youth,” said Mary ...

Morristown Medical Center Decreased Readmissions by Over 10 Percent

Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center has been recognized by the New Jersey Hospital Association with the prestigious 2019 Excellence in Quality Improvement Award for its work to decrease readmission rates for patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

“Morristown Medical Center has been diligently assessing and enhancing its programs to ensure the ...

Berkeley Heights VFW Post 6259 To Host A Pasta Dinner; Reserve a Spot Now

Berkeley Heights VFW Post 6259 will hold a Pasta Night from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15, at the post, 15 Locust Ave.

The menu includes: salad, appetizer, a pasta dinner, meatballs and sausage, desert and coffee.

The cost is $10 per person.

To reserve a spot, call Al Compora at 908-764-5629 by Friday, Feb. 8.

Union County College’s Board Member Zimmermann Named Vice Chair of NJCCC Executive Committee

CRANFORD – In November 2018, Mary M. Zimmermann, Vice Chair of the Union County College Board of Trustees, was elected as Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the New Jersey Council of County Colleges (NJCCC).

Mrs. Zimmermann, a resident of Summit, describes herself as a “professional volunteer.” She was first elected to the NJCCC Executive Committee in November 2017.

Union County: When do I Take out Recycling? There’s an App for Knowing That

January 21, 2019

Recycle Coach App, Homelessness Initiative, Summer Events among Topics Discussed at First Union County Freeholders Meeting of 2019

UNION COUNTY, NJ – All 21 municipalities in the county have submitted information to a cell phone application that tells homeowners when to take out the recycling, the county’s public works director said.

Roll out of the cell phone application, ...

Upcoming Events

Wed, January 23, 9:00 AM

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary -- Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery, Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Volunteer Art Show!

Arts & Entertainment Education Green

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Wed, January 23, 7:00 PM

Stanley Congregational Church, Chatham

Girls welcome in Boy Scouts

Other

Thu, January 24, 9:00 AM

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary -- Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery, Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Volunteer Art Show!

Arts & Entertainment Education Green

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Thu, January 24, 6:00 PM

Basking Ridge Country Club, Basking Ridge

Basking Ridge Country Club Catering Hosts Wedding ...

Food & Drink

Fri, January 25, 9:00 AM

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary -- Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery, Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Volunteer Art Show!

Arts & Entertainment Education Green

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Fri, January 25, 9:00 AM

K Primary Care & Nutrition Center, New Providence

Try Protein Bites at K Primary Care & Nutrition ...

Food & Drink Health & Wellness

School's Out for Summer

Don’t you wish it was summer?  I love a good snowfall as much as anyone else but all these heavy sweaters and boots are making me wish for flip flops and swimming pools.  Luckily for me I have tons of opportunities to think about summer because (believe it or not) it’s time to plan for internships, jobs, and a whole variety of summer activities.  What’s on the ...

Brooklyn Restaurateurs Bring New Flavors to South Orange

January 23, 2019

Two new restaurants recently opened near each other in South Orange, NJ, both with Brooklyn roots.

Owners of the upscale American The Fox & Falcon and Latin street food specialists Miti Miti were drawn to the area first for their families, seeking more space in the New Jersey suburbs than they could find in Brooklyn. It wasn’t long before their culinary roots came ...