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Theater Project: Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son

Sat, January 18, 2:00 PM

Cranford Community Center, Cranford

Theater Project: Letters from a Self-Made ...

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Add to My Calendar 01/18/2020 2:00pm 01/18/2020 4:00pm America/New_York Theater Project: Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son

The Theater Project returns in 2020 with live, script-in-hand readings of original plays, followed by discussions with the playwright, director, cast, and audience. NJ actor, director, and writer Dennis D’Aprile will debut “Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son,” a new work based on George Horace Lorimer’s 1903 book about a wealthy man grooming his son to take over ...

220 Walnut Avenue Cranford, NJ 07016
New Movie Night: "Judy"

Wed, January 22, 7:00 PM

Cranford Community Center, Cranford

New Movie Night: "Judy"

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Add to My Calendar 01/22/2020 7:00pm 01/22/2020 9:00pm America/New_York New Movie Night: "Judy"

The Cranford Public Library presents Hollywood hits! January's film will be "Judy." Set in late 1968 and early 1969, "Judy" portrays Judy Garland hustling in Swinging London after successfully securing an engagement in Talk of the Town. Behind the scenes, her tumultuous life continues on, battling with her manager and her ex-husband.

220 Walnut Avenue Cranford, NJ 07016

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Fanwood Mayor Mahr Leads Celebration of 100 Years of Women's Suffrage

February 9, 2020

UNION, NJ -- Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr and Elizabeth Councilwomen Patricia Perkins-Auguste co-hosted a breakfast attended by 200 women from across Union and Essex Counties to celebrate and acknowledge that women have only had the right to vote in America for 100 years on Saturday, Feb. 8, at Galloping Hill Golf Course.

The event attracted elected officials and their ...

Four Union County Schools Rank Highly Among Newsweek's Top STEM High Schools in America

UNION COUNTY, NJ -- Four high schools in Union County rank among the Top 500 in Newsweek's 2020 List of Top STEM High Schools in America.

America is a nation of entrepreneurs and innovators, and our economic vitality and national security depend on our sustaining that vibrant culture. Science, technology, engineering, mathematics—these are the fields in which our children need ...

Community Mourns Passing of Oak Knoll Sophomore, Summit Resident

SUMMIT, NJ - Multiple sources and the Summit Police Department have confirmed to TAPinto Summit that an Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child sophomore student, age 16, from Summit has passed away.

In a one-sentence statement issued via email to TAPinto Summit, Oak Knoll Head of School Timothy J. Saburn said, “As you can imagine, this is a very difficult time for our ...

In the Aftermath of a Montclair Community Divided, Many Faiths Gather for Healing and Discussion

February 14, 2020

MONTCLAIR, NJ - More than a month has passed since Montclair Rabbis challenged comments made by James Harris during a December 31 community meeting. Since then, an interfaith group of leaders have continued the conversation among themselves and their respective congregations.

Pastor Campbell Singleton of Union Baptist Church of Montclair hosted a gathering on Wednesday with nearly 70 people in ...

Food Network TV Show Features Media-Savvy Hillsborough Girl Scout

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Tune in to the Food Network channel Monday night. Feb. 10th at 8 p.m. and you'll see Olivia Altidor, an eighth-grader at Hillsborough Middle School, in front of the camera with other Girl Scouts as bakers whip up desserts made with Girl Scout cookies.

You'll see her working with the contestants, offering advice on how to create a dessert that will appeal to the ...

Advocates Calling for Supt. Parker's Resignation: We Have Zero Tolerance for Racism in Montclair Public Schools

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair's Interim Superintendent Nathan Parker has admitted to and apologized for making a statement regarding racism that has him on the hot seat with parents in Montclair. However, an apology is not enough for a growing group of parents.

The group behind organizing the growing momentum of parents calling for his resignation is the National Independent ...

TAPinto Honored with Three NJ News Commons Excellence in Local News Awards

February 18, 2020

The Center for Cooperative Media honored TAPinto with three NJ News Commons Excellence in Local News Awards.  Each year, the Center for Cooperative Media recognizes local news outlets for innovation, collaboration, investigative reporting, campus reporting, sustainability, and engagement. 

TAPinto Paterson won the Engage Local Award that recognizes a news organization or journalist ...

Susan G. Komen North Jersey Announces Award Honorees Robert C. Garrett, Amparo Aguirre and LAX for the Cure

Susan G. Komen® North Jersey today announced its Pink Tie Party honorees to be recognized during the March 21st event being held at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Jersey City. For over twenty years, Susan G. Komen North Jersey has helped those who can’t pay for treatments, worked to ensure that all people get the care they need, fought for the rights of patients with policy ...

Community Training to be Offered at Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss

Sadly, children, teens and adults will experience different losses in life:  divorce, moving, friendships ending, sports injuries or the death of a friend or family member.  Despite these losses, children, teens and adults can learn how to cope with loss, and even grow after loss, if given the right support. How can we best support grieving people in their homes, communities and ...

Union County Freeholders Offer “UC Means Green” Community Garden Grants

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2020 Union County Means Green community garden grants program. The UC Means Green program supports improved nutrition as well as new opportunities for recreation, social activities, education and community service through the experience of growing fresh produce in local ...

Celebration of Black History Month Continues in Union County

For the past eight years, the Union County Freeholder Board has highlighted Black History Month with the annual Chester Holmes Humanitarian Award in recognition of service to the community.

The 2020 award went to Rahway Councilman David Brown, who has focused on assisting working families, youth and those less-advantaged during a lifetime of service.

“Councilman Brown’s ...

Elizabeth School to Be Renamed After Long-Time Community Activist

February 13, 2020

ELIZABETH, NJ - City and school leaders are eager to honor a lifelong Elizabeth resident, Chessie Dentley Roberts, 93, a typing and business education teacher in the school district for 30 years who retired in 1991.

On February 26, at 6:30 p.m., friends and family will gather on Pennsylvania Avenue, when the former Ronald Reagan Academy will be officially renamed Chessie Dently Roberts ...