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Wed, January 31

Princeton

KPS Offers Pothole Special & More

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Add to My Calendar 01/31/2018 12:00am 02/01/2018 12:00am America/New_York KPS Offers Pothole Special & More

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3860 Route 27 Princeton, NJ 08540 true
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Wed, January 31, 7:30 PM

Harvest Moon Brewery & Cafe, New Brunswick,

Harvest Moon Sip & Dip Paint Party

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Add to My Calendar 01/31/2018 7:30pm 01/31/2018 9:30pm America/New_York Harvest Moon Sip & Dip Paint Party

Come Share some laughs and paint a Glass! We're having our FIRST-EVER Sip & Dip Paint Party at Harvest Moon Brewery/Cafe! Explore your inner artist while enjoying delicious food and maybe a shot or two.What a perfect way to unwind after a long day of work, bring a friend or significant other; all are welcome.Eat great food and learn a new craft! Choose between a Beer Glass and Wine ...

392 George St New Brunswick, , NJ 08901

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Medical Tips from Etheridge Family Medicine - Prostate Screening

May 13, 2019

SOMERSET, NJ - As we get older, it is even more important to schedule routine physical exams with your general physician.

Men over the age of 40 years old are at increased risk for problems with their prostate, which is a small walnut-sized organ that produces seminal fluid. Due to its location, men with an enlarged prostate may experience problems with their bladder functioning.

If you are ...

Mark The Calendar For Garden State Memorial Day Parades

May 22, 2019

NEW JERSEY - Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial beginning of summer along the Jersey Shore. While many Garden State residents will be heading to the beach this Memorial Day weekend, a large number will also commemorate Memorial Day with local parades and ceremonies. Here is a go-to guide to the upcoming Memorial Day parades in New Jersey.

Allentown Memorial Day Parade - May 27 at ...

No Progress in 'Path To Progress' Meeting; Sweeney Leaves Stage

NEW BRUNSWICK –  It was scheduled to last an hour and a half. It lasted just over 20 minutes.

Senate President Steve Sweeney rushed off stage Thursday night in the middle of a raucous town hall meeting, unwilling to sit and be shouted down when he tried to hype his "Path to Progress" legislation in front of a pro-union audience at Douglass College's Trayes ...

GI Joes and Pop Culture Action Figures Up for Bid May 18th

EDISON, NJ - A single-owner collection of 1980s-vintage GI Joes and pop culture Super Heroes will be sold to the highest bidders during Bodnar’s Auction Sales May 18th event at the New Jersey Convention and Expo Center, with doors opening at 9 a.m. for previews.

The collection was assembled over a 20-year period, with the consignor designing and making his own GI Joe figures, many of ...

At Sopranos Prequel Night Film Shoot, 1967 Newark Riot Burns Again

NEWARK, NJ - Soldiers, state troopers, and police officers charged through the streets of downtown Newark late Thursday night into reenacted combat, on to a fiery film set that sought to recreate the dramatic events of the 1967 riot.

Actors crouched behind crashed, burning cop cars while they shot wildly into buildings. 

The death rattle of rifle fire echoed off the hosed-down ...

Gala Celebrates 19 Years Of Service By The Three Doctors Foundation

Woodbridge, NJ - Last week, the Three Doctors Foundation held its 19th annual ImPact Gala at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel. The event celebrated 19 years of community outreach by the foundation with Drs. Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt and George Jenkins.

According to the foundation, “for nineteen years The Three Doctors Foundation has provided free outreach programs to communities in ...

Edison Police Officer Claims Harassment; More Election Flier Controversy

Edison, NJ -   Campaign fliers in Edison are creating more controversy.  Edison Police Officer, Detective Keith Hahn, says he is being targeted and harassed by the Township’s Director of Public Works, Anthony Russomanno, and incumbent Councilmen Leonard Sendelsky and Michael Lombardi. 

In an email, dated May 7, 2019, Mr. Hahn filed a complaint with Edison Township ...

New World Pizza Brings Together Fresh Ingredients and Family at Franklin Food Truck Festival

May 22, 2019

FRANKLIN, NJ - Benefiting Franklin High School's Project Graduation, the 2nd Annual Franklin Food Truck Festival featured craft and food truck vendors from across the state.

"We have great vendors like New World Pizza. They have the best pizza in Somerset County, New Jersey, because they make it right on the spot - this is not heated up in a microwave!" said MacAfee ...

Mark The Calendar For Garden State Memorial Day Parades

May 22, 2019

NEW JERSEY - Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial beginning of summer along the Jersey Shore. While many Garden State residents will be heading to the beach this Memorial Day weekend, a large number will also commemorate Memorial Day with local parades and ceremonies. Here is a go-to guide to the upcoming Memorial Day parades in New Jersey.

Allentown Memorial Day Parade - May 27 at ...

No Progress in 'Path To Progress' Meeting; Sweeney Leaves Stage

NEW BRUNSWICK –  It was scheduled to last an hour and a half. It lasted just over 20 minutes.

Senate President Steve Sweeney rushed off stage Thursday night in the middle of a raucous town hall meeting, unwilling to sit and be shouted down when he tried to hype his "Path to Progress" legislation in front of a pro-union audience at Douglass College's Trayes ...

GI Joes and Pop Culture Action Figures Up for Bid May 18th

EDISON, NJ - A single-owner collection of 1980s-vintage GI Joes and pop culture Super Heroes will be sold to the highest bidders during Bodnar’s Auction Sales May 18th event at the New Jersey Convention and Expo Center, with doors opening at 9 a.m. for previews.

The collection was assembled over a 20-year period, with the consignor designing and making his own GI Joe figures, many of ...