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November 13, 2016

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Courage, Commitment, Service and Sacrifice Recognized at South Plainfield’s Inaugural Field of Honor

May 23, 2017

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – South Plainfield’s Monument Park last week served as the backdrop for the borough’s inaugural Field of Honor, 150 American flags displayed in a sea of red, white and blue as a tribute to all servicemen and women, veterans and first responders. The week-long display was held during Armed Forces Week 2017 (May 14-21) and, on Saturday – Armed ...

Franklin Township: Natural Medicine, Rehabilitation & Pain Management's Grand Opening

May 19, 2017

SOMERSET, NJ - Natural Medicine, Rehabilitation & Pain Management joined forces with Arun Kandra, M.D. to open up a new facility in Franklin Township to help people suffering from pain in Somerset County and parts of Middlesex and Hunterdon County. 

"Pain can significantly lower the quality of your life, but it doesn't have to BE your life," the founders of Natural ...

State Theatre New Jersey Chief of External Affairs Anna Marie Gewirtz Honored at Association of Fundraising Professionals Excellence in Philanthropy Awards

May 23, 2017

On May 4, 2017, State Theatre New Jersey’s Chief of External Affairs Anna Marie Gewirtz was honored at the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)  Excellence in Philanthropy Awards with The Robert J. Smythe Award for Outstanding Professional Fundraiser.

Since 1981, AFP NJ’s Excellence in Philanthropy Awards have recognized the achievements of ...

Together: A Journey for Survival by Ann S. Arnold

Together: A Journey for Survival by Ann S. Arnold (Avalerion Books, 20160)

 

At the March meeting of the New Jersey Commission on the Holocaust, Mark Schonwetter, a survivor of the horrors of the 1930s and 40s, and his daughter, Ann S. Arnold, introduced the Commission to Ann's publication of her father's story, Together: A Journey for Survival. Arnold explained that she wanted ...

Merchant of Venice Makes Memorable Opener at Shakespeare Theatre

MADISON, NJ – “The Merchant of Venice” has plenty to say about prejudice, suspision, money and cruelty.

Yet it has redeeming features as well, with Portia’s “quality of mercy” speech and Shylock’s insistence that Jews are individuals with feelings, thoughts and emotions as much as any other man or woman.  

Director Robert Cuccioli has gathered ...