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Sports, Medicine, and the Opioid Crisis

Sat, July 21, 3:00 PM

Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, Little Falls

Sports, Medicine, and the Opioid Crisis

Education Health & Wellness Sports

Add to My Calendar 07/21/2018 3:00pm 07/21/2018 5:00pm America/New_York Sports, Medicine, and the Opioid Crisis

Join the Society for American Baseball Research North Jersey Chapter for an in-depth conversation about the national opioid crisis with Dr. Robert L. Johnson, Dean of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. There will also be a presentation about the 1873 Elizabeth Resolutes, an announcement about a new SABR award for New Jersey baseball history, and opportunities to use the museum’s interactive ...

8 Yogi Berra Drive Little Falls, NJ 07424
NJ Audubon: Butterflies and Birds at the Griggstown Grasslands Preserve

Sun, July 22, 9:00 AM

Griggstown Grasslands Preserve, Princeton

NJ Audubon: Butterflies and Birds at the ...

Education Green

Add to My Calendar 07/22/2018 9:00am 07/22/2018 11:00am America/New_York NJ Audubon: Butterflies and Birds at the Griggstown Grasslands Preserve

NJ Audubon: Butterflies and Birds at the Griggstown Grasslands Preserve
Led by Chris and Paula Williams, NJ Audubon Associate Naturalists

On July 22, 2018, Chris and Paula Williams, NJ Audubon Associate Naturalists, will lead a walk in the Griggstown Grasslands Preserve, looking for wildflowers at full bloom as well as butterflies which will be at their peak. Participants are encouraged to ...

1091 Canal Road, west of Griggstown Causeway Princeton, NJ 08540
NJ Audubon: Moths and Other Pollinators

Sun, July 22, 2:00 PM

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Moths and Other Pollinators

Education Green Home & Garden

Add to My Calendar 07/22/2018 2:00pm 07/22/2018 3:30pm America/New_York NJ Audubon: Moths and Other Pollinators

NJ Audubon: Moths and other Pollinators
Illustrated Program led by Dorothy Smullen, Teacher/Naturalist

National Moth Week starts July 21! Come and join Dorothy Smullen for an illustrated presentation inside the Center on the pollination strategies of day- and night-flying moths. Birds, bees, and butterflies will also be reviewed. Hand-outs for attracting pollinators with important native ...

11 Hardscrabble Rd Bernardsville, NJ 07924
NJ Audubon: Moths and other Pollinators

Sun, July 22, 2:00 PM

Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, Bernardsville

NJ Audubon: Moths and other Pollinators

Education Green

Add to My Calendar 07/22/2018 2:00pm 07/22/2018 3:30pm America/New_York NJ Audubon: Moths and other Pollinators

NJ Audubon: Moths and other Pollinators
Illustrated Program led by Dorothy Smullen, Teacher/Naturalist

National Moth Week starts July 21! Come and join Dorothy Smullen for an illustrated presentation inside the Center on the pollination strategies of day- and night-flying moths. Birds, bees, and butterflies will also be reviewed. Hand-outs for attracting pollinators with important native ...

11 Hardscrabble Rd Bernardsville, NJ 07924
Ants in the Pants: Children’s Author Jolie Della Valle at MPL

Mon, July 23, 4:00 PM

Bellevue Avenue Branch, Upper Montclair

Ants in the Pants: Children’s Author Jolie Della ...

Education

Add to My Calendar 07/23/2018 4:00pm 07/23/2018 5:00pm America/New_York Ants in the Pants: Children’s Author Jolie Della Valle at MPL

Enjoy an imaginative journey with Jolie Della Valle as she reads her children's book, Georgie and the Ants in the Pants, and plays interactive songs with her ukulele! Children will learn what it means to embrace the "ants" in their pants! Be prepared to dance and sing along with Jolie! Afterwards, there will be a book signing to follow! Della Valle is a children's author and ...

185 Bellevue Avenue Upper Montclair, NJ 07043
What’s All That Jazz About? with Shenole Latimer

Tue, July 24, 2:00 PM

Montclair Public Library, Auditorium, Montclair

What’s All That Jazz About? with Shenole Latimer

Arts & Entertainment Education

Add to My Calendar 07/24/2018 2:00pm 07/24/2018 3:00pm America/New_York What’s All That Jazz About? with Shenole Latimer

Clever listening games, live music, storytelling, participation, and comical demonstrations are some of the fun activities that are used to lead kids through a highly interactive and entertaining presentation that will introduce them to the colorful and expressive American music known as jazz.

Shenole Latimer has been playing saxophone for decades and is passionate about sharing his love for ...

50 South Fullerton Ave. Montclair , NJ 07042

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West Orange Woman Faces Charges After Being Accused of Stabbing Mail Carrier

December 12, 2018

WEST ORANGE, NJ — A 50-year-old United States postal mail carrier sustained several lacerations to the face on Monday afternoon after a 41-year-old West Orange woman stabbed him in the face while he was delivering mail, according to West Orange police.

Medgyne Anglade, 41, faces charges of aggravated assault and weapons possession in this incident, which occurred on Hillside Avenue at ...

'Frugal' Resident Leaves Flemington Generous Gift

December 11, 2018

FLEMINGTON, N.J. – She lived frugally, her niece told Borough Council yesterday. And she lived “very privately.”

But after Jane Kitchin died at age 96, some are now discovering she was the millionaire next door.

Among the beneficiaries: Flemington Free Public Library, Mayor-elect Betsy Driver said. Kitchin’s will directs that $276,000 be left to the Main Street ...

Letter: Oppose NJ Redistricting Amendment

December 1, 2018

To The Editor:

NJ legislative leaders are supporting a horrible amendment to the NJ Constitution, a purely political proposal to increase the ability of politicians to choose their voters. It would also embed the two-party system into the New Jersey Constitution, a blatant attempt to weaken third parties like the Green and Libertarian parties.

New Jersey would be much better ...

Montclair Police Blotter: Rocks Thrown, Windows Broken, Multiple Burglaries and More

December 5, 2018

MONTCLAIR, NJ - The following blotter was published by the Montclair Police Department on December 4, 2018: 

Arrest:
11-28-2018 (Claremont Avenue) Ms. Renee Fredricks, 47yoa from Nutley, was arrested and charged
with DWI.
11-30-2018 (Grove Street) Mr. Brandon French, 30yoa from West Orange, was arrested and charged
with DWI
12-01-2018 (Bloomfield Avenue) Mr. Sonny Cash, 36yoa from ...

‘The Winter’s Tale’ makes sweeping shifts from drama to froth at Shakespeare Theatre

‘The Winter’s Tale’ makes sweeping shifts from drama to froth at Shakespeare Theatre

By Liz Keill

MADISON, NJ – From the chilly winter in Sicilia to the warmth and summer joys of Bohemia, the scene and tenor shift halfway through “The Winter’s Tale,”

This convoluted plot involving  Leontes, King of Sicilia and Archidamus, a Bohemian Lord, ...

‘A Doll’s House, Parts 2’ explores marriage, identity and compromise

‘A Doll’s House, Parts 2’ explores marriage, identity and compromise

By Liz Keill

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Leave it to George Street Playhouse to produce a play that works on so many levels. We have the familiar slamming-the-door exit of Nora Helmut, who abruptly leaves her secure life with Torvald for parts unknown

This play by Lucas Hnath received a successful run on ...

‘Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn’ shimmers and shines at Paper Mill

‘Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn’ shimmers and shines at Paper Mill

By LIZ KEILL

MILLBURN, NJ – What could be more enticing than the rapturous music and lyrics of “Irving’ Berlin’s Holiday Inn” to sweep us into a festive mood for the holidays? The show, based on the 1940’s film of the same name, is a perfect choice… and one that keeps ...

Partners for Health Foundation Awards Community Impact Awards Announced

December 12, 2018

 

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Partners for Health Foundation awarded 10 Community Impact Awards, and grants totaling $100,000, to recognize nonprofit organizations and individuals making a significant difference in the health and well-being of local communities. The awardees were selected from 65 nominations that cited contributions in areas such as hunger, homelessness, ...