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The Red Mill "Wheels for THE WHEEL" Car Show

Sun, April 29, 11:00 AM

The Red Mill , Clinton

The Red Mill "Wheels for THE WHEEL" Car Show

Arts & Entertainment Other Sports Travel

Add to My Calendar 04/29/2018 11:00am 04/29/2018 3:00pm America/New_York The Red Mill "Wheels for THE WHEEL" Car Show

Bring your Wheels to help Save The Wheel!

The water wheel on the iconic Red Mill is in dire need of restoration. All proceeds from this car show will go directly to funding repairs. Bring your Classic, Street Rod, Rat Rod, Import, Truck, SUV or Muscle Car out to our breathtaking location in Clinton, NJ and enjoy the day!

56 Main St., Clinton, NJ 08809
Raising Kids with Character in Today's Competitive Culture

Tue, May 1, 7:00 PM

Morristown High School Auditorium, Morristown

Raising Kids with Character in Today's ...

Education Other

Add to My Calendar 05/01/2018 7:00pm 05/01/2018 9:00pm America/New_York Raising Kids with Character in Today's Competitive Culture

Part 2 of The Morris Educational Foundation (MEF)

Parent Education Series

Today’s achieve-at-all-costs pressure starts young and may come with a cost. Almost 80% of students in a Making Caring Common (MCC) national survey chose personal achievement and happiness as being more important than caring for others. Harvard University’s Trisha Ross Anderson will share the results of ...

50 Early Street Morristown, NJ 07960

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More Than Just Kindness for Roxbury Student Adored by Tragically Killed Boy

April 17, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ – She lost her 10-year-old son three years ago in a boating accident on Lake Hopatcong, but Laurie D’Amico is sure her beloved Christopher speaks to her all the time. It’s subtle but firm, she says; messages that come as sparks of recollection, inspiration or intuition.

One of those unexpected inklings led Laura and her husband Chris to a jewelry ...

Lake Hopatcong 'Floating Classroom' Launched at Roxbury

April 13, 2018

ROXBURY, NJ – The Lake Hopatcong Foundation on Wednesday launched onto Lake Hopatcong its long-awaited "floating classroom" educational vessel. The launch took place at Lake Hopatcong State Park in Landing.

The 40-foot covered catamaran pontoon boat seats 40. It will be used to teach area students and the public about Lake Hopatcong. The boat, built by ...

New Jersey Fashion Companies Capitalize on State Resources to Grow

April 19, 2018

NJ Business Action Center recently assisted Adore Me and Better Team USA to identify space and financing.

The U.S. apparel market is the largest in the world, valued at over 360 billion dollars. However, the market has been disrupted by the rise of e-commerce, and is moving beyond established locations like NYC’s garment district. 

That said, like every industry, fashion ...

Fathers Day Fun Run Supporting Randolph Animal Shelter

April 26, 2018

Father’s Day Fun Run – will be held on Sunday, June 17 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Freedom Park in Randolph  (pet friendly; leashed dogs welcome.   You don’t have to run; you can walk, run or crawl)

Run starts at 11:00 a.m. on Father’s Day.  After the race – everyone is welcome for our:

Tricky Tray

Fit Bit Ionic Raffle

Bake Sale

Our ...

'The Sting' shimmers and shakes at Paper Mill

‘The Sting ‘slithers and shakes at Paper Mill Playhouse


MILLBURN, NJ – In a premiere production of “The Sting,” Harry Connick Jr. commands the Paper Mill Playhouse stage in Millburn.

Based on the sensational Paul Newman/Robert Redford film in 1973, the 1930s plot centers on a con game and gambling, sometimes on a train between New York and ...

Retro Review: Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo

Retro Review: Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo (Citadel Press, 1970)


How does a reviewer do justice to a book called “the great American novel”? I first read Johnny Got His Gun during the Viet Nam war, when young people, nationwide, were protesting fighting in a war that was a senseless waste of life; a war in which the United States had no business participating.

The Truth About My Reading

The Truth About My Reading

I didn't get my Composition and Literature teacher at Montclair State College at all. A crusty old man with a dour disposition, Mr. Smith always seemed angry and rude. He appropriately intimidated freshmen, even me, an English major, who found this common core course beneath my dignity. Frankly, as a graduate of Highland Park High School, and a survivor of Mrs.