Education & Sports Program | Grades 2-7

Soccer Centers is hosting an in-person education & sports program for grades 2-7 in Somerset, NJ. Great alternative to learning from home.
✅ Accredited Tutors (English/ELA, Science & Math)
✅ Professional Coaches (Soccer, Lacrosse, Field Hockey)
✅ Indoor & Outdoor Facility For Social Distancing
✅ Flexible Formats (Half or Full Day + After Care)

Contact Information
  1. Bryan Grussgott
  2. 732-748-4625 x 32
Wed, September 30
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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Soccer Centers is hosting an in-person education & sports program for grades 2-7 in Somerset, NJ. Great alternative to learning from home.
✅ Accredited Tutors (English/ELA, Science & Math)
✅ Professional Coaches (Soccer, Lacrosse, Field Hockey)
✅ Indoor & Outdoor Facility For Social Distancing
✅ Flexible Formats (Half or Full Day + After Care)

300 Memorial Drive Somerset, NJ 08873

Soccer Centers

300 Memorial Drive
Somerset, NJ 08873

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The Jaffe Briefing - October 28, 2020

OFF THE RAILS – Sad news from 10 years ago yesterday Gov. Chris Christie killed the $9 billion Access to the Region’s Core (ARC) tunnel. Oct. 27, 2010 marks the moment of the biggest blunder of the Christie Administration, as New Jersey lost the perfect opportunity to replace a pair of century-old tunnels that connect our state to Manhattan, while creating gobs of ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 27, 2020

MAHWAH – Did the local cops go a wee bit too far in their investigation of alleged cyber-harassment of a pre-teen? That’s what a local mom is saying, after her 12-year-old son was dragged down to Police HQ to determine if he was involved in an Instagram image allegedly depicting one of the boy's classmates with facial hair drawn on by permanent marker, ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 26, 2020

TRENTON – If President Trump is not re-elected, what are New Jersey’s lawyers going to do with all their spare time? reports an interesting fun fact: New Jersey filed at least 69 lawsuits against the federal government since Trump took office. Dozens of those cases are still banging around the courts, and many can be moot depending on what happens by Nov. 3 (or so). New ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 23, 2020

STATEWIDE – For all those out there who deemed New Jersey the most hated state in the nation, you must be woefully misinformed. How else could you explain a recent analysis that concluded that the birthplace of "The Sopranos" and the (alleged) resting place of Jimmy Hoffa is more hated than, say, Wyoming (41), Maine (29) or Mississippi (19)? The editors at Best Life examined a few ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 22, 2020

ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL – Let’s get the party started! That’s the message from county election officials, who will begin on Saturday to open and tally ballots they received early. A new law allows the counting to begin 10 days before the election, prompting more coffee runs to county offices. reports there were six million ballots already issued to New Jersey voters. Nearly ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 21, 2020

STATEWIDE – Before we even begin with this, bar owners are outraged. They’ve begged and borrowed for the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed to secure a precious liquor license. With this backdrop, Sen. Vin Gopal is suggesting a new kind of liquor license, in which other eateries would be allowed to serve just beer, wine and cider for a fee of just $4,000 or so. It is not a new ...

Hanging on by a Thread, Some NJ Restaurateurs Fear the Worst This Winter

October 27, 2020

NEW JERSEY — During the typical holiday season, hundreds of thousands of dollars flow through the Rail Yard Tavern in Fairlawn.

From Thanksgiving to New Years, hundreds bustle in and out of the restaurant every weekend. By this time, its 186 seats are reserved months in advance for Christmas parties, one of the most lucrative times of the year. 

But not this year.

“We ...

After All Those Takeaways, Rutgers' Fatukasi Takes Award

October 26, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The big takeaway from Rutgers' season-opening win over Michigan State was all those takeaways, and no one did it better than Olakunle Fatukasi.

Fatukasi became the first Scarlet Knight in six years to be named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week on Monday, after he had 10 tackles, an assisted tackle-for-loss, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble in their 38-27 ...

Rutgers Fans on George Street Eat Up Schiano's Triumphant Return

Greg Schiano was back in a big way and Rutgers fans watching the game at bars and restaurants up and down George Street ate it up.

The coach made a triumphant return to the Rutgers sidelines after leaving the program nine years ago, helping the Scarlet Knights knock off Michigan State on Saturday, 38-27.

The Scarlet Knights – who never trailed and limited the Spartans to just one trip ...

COVID-19 Test Results Are Faster but Still Too Slow for Contact Tracing, Rutgers Survey Says

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The average test times for coronavirus results have fallen from four days in April to 2.7 days in September, but results are still too slow for effective contact tracing, according to a new nationwide survey led by researchers from Rutgers University–New Brunswick and Northeastern, Harvard and Northwestern Universities. 

The survey was published by The COVID-19 ...

Free Flu Shots Available in Piscataway for Middlesex County Residents

October 28, 2020

PISCATAWAY, NJ — The Middlesex County Office of Health Services will be offering free flu shots to county residents 6 months of age and over that meet the following set of criteria: 

Be a Middlesex County resident (proof of residency is required - including, but not limited to: a valid driver’s license; state issued identification; or two pieces of ...

NJ Family Pleads for Kidney Donor to Save Ailing 7-Year-Old

October 28, 2020

JERSEY CITY, NJ - A family is desperately searching for a donor to help save the life of a young boy with severe kidney disease.

"My seven-year-old son, Modak, is in need of a kidney donor," say Nirmesh Kumar. "His kidneys are functioning at 6.5%."

Modak, a 2nd Grader at Golden Door Charter School in Jersey City, was initially diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome in 2018.


NJ Human Services Announces $44.8 Million More in Additional Food Assistance

October 28, 2020

Many NJ SNAP Recipients Will Receive Enhanced Benefits;

November Payments Will Bring Supplemental Food Assistance Payments to Nearly $346M Since March

(TRENTON) –  Many New Jerseyans who receive food assistance through the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP) will receive additional benefits in November to help address critical food needs related to ...

State Regulators Raise the Curtain on Liquor Industry’s Dirty Little Secret

October 23, 2020

There is no question that the liquor industry has held a tight monopoly in New Jersey for decades.

That is glaringly evident for any business that attempts to grow in this heavily-regulated marketplace, quickly shot down by an anti-competitive state law that bans any entity from having more than two retail liquor licenses.

The chain store liquor industry has found a way ...

NJ Video Production Company Senior Producer Recounts Journey from Intern to Leader

October 27, 2020

LITTLE FALLS, N.J. - Senior Producer Kayla Steinmetz sat down with East Main Media Executive Producer Brian Brodeur to discuss the production company's evolution and her role in its success.

Steinmetz talked about her experiences beginning in 2014 when she started as an intern, primarily being an assistant editor. Brodeur recalled how Steinmetz contributed to the company's success from ...

How To Survive Political Discussions During Divided Times

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Clinical psychologist Dr. Meryl Dorf spoke with TAPintoTV’s Executive Producer Brian Brodeur to highlight strategies to help navigate potentially difficult political discussions with family and friends during hyper-partisan times. 

Dr. Dorf joined Brodeur at East Main Media Studios’ media production facility in Little Falls, NJ, after being featured ...

American Business Associates Launches New Television Show: Opportunity Calls with Ellen Volpe

American Business Associates, New York & New Jersey’s premier business development organization, is partnering with East Main Media to launch a new weekly television program: Opportunity Calls with Ellen Volpe.

Airing each Sunday throughout the New York Metro area at 11am EST on News12Plus, the program will feature conversations with experts and leaders from a wide range of ...

NJ Native Television Editor Discusses Career and Adapting to Change During Pandemic

ORLANDO, FL -- Caldwell, New Jersey native Dave Ammirata reflected on the past decade working with high-profile media clients at East Main Media. After graduating from Duquesne University, Ammirata was hired as an assistant editor and engineer in 2011 and has since become an indispensable member of the EMM team.

"When I think about when I came and met with you the first ...

Jersey City Restaurant Adapts with Online Ordering and Delivery Service During Pandemic

JERSEY CITY, NJ -- Stephanie Willoughby spoke with Lizeth Morales, Owner of El Gordo Restaurant in Jersey City, to learn about her experiences navigating the pandemic as a small business owner. Morales and El Gordo participated in an upcoming episode of TAPintoTV's original series HomeGrown, filmed just before the COVID-19 outbreak. 

El Gordo, which serves Peruvian cuisine, ...

Voice-Over Artist and Event Announcer George Alan Ruth Describes His Career Behind The Microphone

George Alan Ruth, who is the voice behind the TAPintoTV promos, recently joined Brian Brodeur, TAPintoTV's Executive Producer, at East Main Media Studios for a conversation on his long-spanning career as an announcer and voice-over artist. 

Ruth, who grew up in New Jersey, was the inaugural announcer for the New Jersey Jackals at Yogi Berra Stadium beginning in 1998. For Ruth, that ...