For All the Dollars

          By the mid 70s, Italian studios were moving onto different trends, like giallo horror, poliziotteschi crime, and macaroni war. For those that still produced spaghetti westerns, the rule of the day was comedy. Yet, some directors weren't ready to hang up their colt pistols. The pictures they made these years were referred to as twilight spaghetti westerns.           Even darker than their 60s predecessors, twilight spaghetti westerns were categorized by their apocalyptic ...

Kenilworth Student of the Month

The David Brearley High School Student of the Month for December is a conscientious and energetic senior who has found success in many areas of the David Brearley community. Phoebe Kotch is an excellent student who, according to her teachers, consistently goes above and beyond the minimum requirements of a class. Phoebe is president of the senior class, and she has also participated in the planning of every event and activity sponsored by the Student Council. She is an active member of the DBHS Competition Cheerleading team, as well.

Liz on Theatre

‘The Sting ‘slithers and shakes at Paper Mill Playhouse By LIZ KEILL 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 Chicago.  Scott Joplin’s music is intertwined with the show, especially “The Entertainer.”  Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis have ...

New Jersey: What Exit?

As a Last Official Act Gov. Christie Declares December 23rd State Festivus Day Early this morning, Gov. Christie signed a resolution declaring December 23, 2017, State Festivus Day in New Jersey. The press release noted that “Since 2009, Gov. Christie has been airing his grievances on a regular basis since he took office. This is really nothing new for him.” Festivus is a secular holiday celebrated on December 23 as an alternative to the pressures and commercialism of the Christmas season. Originally a family tradition of ...

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The Hyperlocal Consultant

Facebook recently announced it will be changing its feed and algorithms so that news from publishers and posts from businesses will be relegated in favor of posts about your neighbor’s cat.  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook is making these changes because he is concerned about his legacy and that of the company he founded. If Mark Zuckerberg is truly worried about his legacy and that of Facebook, casting legitimate news publishers and businesses into the abyss will only further tarnish ...

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