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Regal Bank of Livingston to Host Pet Pictures with Santa Paws Saturday

December 1, 2016

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Regal Bank’s Livingston branch at 504 S. Livingston Avenue invites family and friends to have digital photos taken of their pet taken with “Santa Paws” on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

In addition to photos, the festivities on Saturday will also include free goodie bags for pets and refreshments for their owners.

Regal Bank, Livingston’s ...

Livingston Camuso Committee to Host Lighting Ceremony and Holiday Celebration Saturday

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Camuso Holiday Display at the Livingston Memorial Oval, where residents have likely already seen reindeer and other familiar holiday creatures, is back and ready for a special 2016 holiday celebration at the Oval on Saturday at 7 p.m.   

For the first time this year, the committee invites residents to “purchase a penguin” for $20 each ...

Curtains Open Thursday for Livingston High School's Production of "Alice in Wonderland"

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston High School (LHS) Theatre will present “Alice in Wonderland,” a play adapted from Lewis Carroll's classic novel, in the high school auditorium at 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Dec. 1-Dec. 3.

Directed by LHS English teacher Meghan Reid, Livingston’s production remains true to Carroll’s words written 150 years ago.

“From ...

Livingston Holiday Decorations Committee Looks to Community for Support

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Livingston Holiday Decorations Committee’s annual “Winter Wonderland” display is officially up throughout the Township of Livingston, but because the display is only made possible through donations, the committee is uncertain over whether it will be able to continue the tradition.

As the holiday season approaches, committee Co-chairs Marie Bennett and ...

Simon Santa Photo Experience Returns to the Livingston Mall

LIVINGSTON, NJ – Eager children and their families can experience the joy and magic of the holiday season with a visit to the Simon Santa Photo Experience at Livingston Mall.

According to Simon, children can visit and be photographed with Santa through Christmas Eve in Center Court.

“One of the great traditions of holiday shopping at Livingston Mall is the annual family visit to ...

Jan Press Photo Media of Livingston Offers Special Holiday Package

LIVINGSTON, NJ — While families are home for the holidays, Jan Press of Jan Press Photo Media invites Livingston residents to take the opportunity to uniquely design a portrait of the family.

“Knowing how busy life can be, the Holidays are the perfect time slow down and create this distinctive piece for your home,” said Press. “A Jan Press Portrait is one that you will ...

Camuso Committee Restores 26-foot Tree in Time for 2016 Lighting Ceremony in Livingston

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Camuso Collection Preservation Committee has been hard at work cleaning and restoring the figures and expanding the display in anticipation of the 2016 lighting ceremony on Dec. 3. After nearly five years of working to return the centerpiece of the collection, the 26-foot revolving Christmas tree, to its former glory, a brand new tree replicating Ernie Camuso’s ...

Golda Och Academy Student Musicians to Perform with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Wednesday

WEST ORANGE, NJ — As part of the UJA Benefit Concert outreach project, Golda Och Academy student musicians have been invited to join members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) during a special performance on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Golda Och Academy’s Eric F. Ross Upper School Campus.

Under the direction of GOA music teacher Richard Perini, Golda Och Academy ...

Golda Och Academy Student Musicians to Perform with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Wednesday

WEST ORANGE, NJ — As part of the UJA Benefit Concert outreach project, Golda Och Academy student musicians have been invited to join members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) during a special performance on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Golda Och Academy’s Eric F. Ross Upper School Campus.

Under the direction of GOA music teacher Richard Perini, Golda Och Academy ...

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Friends of the Livingston Library Restocks Its Ongoing Book Sale for December

December 1, 2016

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Friends of the Livingston Library has fully restocked its Ongoing Book Sale for the month of December. On a monthly basis, Friends takes down all stock and replaces it with entirely new inventory. 

This is the “Friends flip.” Approximately 1200 items of fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, DVDs, and CDs are available at great ...

The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware (Scout Press, 2016)

Self doubt can be paralyzing. More importantly, the source of self doubt can be even more disturbing and debilitating. In the case of travel writer, Lo Blacklock, a violent home invasion right before the biggest opportunity of her career, leaves her physically and emotionally battered. On edge and sleep deprived, Lo has a destructive ...

‘Daddy Long Legs’ Delights at George Street Playhouse

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – If you love a love story, the enchanting musical “Daddy Long Legs” will speak to your heart.

Yes, there are plenty of clichés when it comes to love, but this musical has a freshness and intimacy that are hard to beat. With music and lyrics by Paul Gordon and book by John Caird, the play is based on Jean Webster’s novel.

All the songs are ...

Beckerman’s Theory of Everything

Any armchair theoretical physicist knows that Stephen Hawking has pursued a lifelong quest to come up with a Theory of Everything. This all-encompassing theory would tie together general relativity (large scale and high mass galaxies, stars, etc), quantum theory (quantum mechanics, quarks, atoms, subatomic particles), and Newtonian physics (gravity on small bodies, gas laws, electromagnetism) to ...

Getting a Handle on Thanksgiving

This year, on our National Day of Thanks, I would like to express my gratitude for having hands.

We typically don’t thank our body parts because they seldom leave us.  Most of us have not experienced unfortunate accidents or suffered the horrible consequences of war; tragic events  which might cause us to lose a limb.  

Most of us take our fingers and hands and elbows ...