Families Like Yours

State Theatre New Jersey is proud to present the New Jersey premiere of Families Like Yours, a powerful documentary exploring the love, compassion, sacrifice, and success of LGBT families in America.

 

Through candid interviews and humorous real life stories, Families Like Yours demystifies LGBT families and their lives, showcasing that they are just as loving, busy, and complicated as any other family. Families Like Yours follows six families as they attempt to balance work and school, rush kids to sports practice, and deal with diaper duty. From all across the nation and in all different stages of family life, from conception to grandchildren, these families represent a cross-section of the modern American family—the only difference is that they are LGBT families.

 

Award-winning filmmakers Rodolfo Moro and Marcos Duszczak are the creative team behind a parallel film in Argentina, Familias por Igual. The film was widely praised, receiving several prestigious awards that added momentum to Argentina’s LGBT equality movement.

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Thu, October 19
7:00 pm — 9:00 pm
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State Theatre New Jersey is proud to present the New Jersey premiere of Families Like Yours, a powerful documentary exploring the love, compassion, sacrifice, and success of LGBT families in America.

Through candid interviews and humorous real life stories, Families Like Yours demystifies LGBT families and their lives, showcasing that they are just as loving, busy, and complicated as any ...

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The Jaffe Briefing - October 23, 2017

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY

STATEWIDE - When you read about the NJ Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, you immediately think about the poor little puppy shivering in the cold and feel guilty for not immediately sending a donation somewhere.  But the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation (SCI) isn't feeling the same way, releasing a scathing report ...

Police investigating assault near College Ave Campus early Saturday morning

October 21, 2017

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A group of eight or nine men surrounded and assaulted a man in the early morning hours of Saturday, October 21, according to Rutgers police.

The victim, described as a man “affiliated with Rutgers University,” was approached by the group in the area of Bishop Place adjacent to College Avenue at roughly 2:20 a.m., police said, after which the men ran off in an ...

New Brunswick Plows Ahead with Amazon Proposal

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The New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO) submitted its application directly to Amazon on Tuesday, October 17, said Chris Paladino, DEVCO’s president, adding that he was “very proud” of the ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A female student affiliated with the university was reportedly sexually assaulted when a man randomly walked into her dorm room on October 13, according to police.

The assault happened at around 4:30 p.m. in Mettler Hall on College Avenue, Rutgers police said in a university-wide crime alert.

The victim was sitting in her room with the door open, when an unknown man ...

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Police released more details about the suspects they are seeking in a botched robbery and shooting at a Kendall Park gas station Oct. 15 that left the 60-year-old attendant hospitalized.

According to police, an older model tan or light brown SUV pulled up to the BP Gas Station on Route 27 and Alston Road in Kendall Park around 4:15 a.m. Oct. 15 and a black male with ...

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It’s 8 a.m. on a Wednesday morning in downtown Newark, and Michael Rodgers, a seasonal field biologist and survey technician for the City of Newark, has already been at work for close to two hours.

He carries a large bag and a knapsack on his back as he prepares for the next leg of his journey in search of dead or injured birds.

Already, Rodgers has found and bagged five dead ...

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Letter to the Editor: Vote YES on Ballot Question 2

October 23, 2017

Dear TAPInto New Brunswick,

If you are concerned about having clean water and clean air in New Jersey, you should vote YES on Ballot Question Number 2 on Nov. 7. Voting yes on this question is voting to use funds collected from natural-resource damage claims against polluters to fix the damage done, or, if that’s not possible, to restore nearby areas. If passed, it would prevent ...

Spooky Stories and Scenes for Halloween at East Jersey Old Town

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These free programs will take place at East Jersey Old Town Village at 1050 River Road in Piscataway. The programs are free of charge, with no registration required.

The ...

No Government Shutdown for Now, But Medicaid Remains at Risk

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While federal lawmakers avoided a government shutdown this fall, the next budget battle is just months away. Because Congress approved only a short-term fix, leaders will need to once again negotiate a spending plan and the debt ceiling.

Despite the recent bipartisan deal, Medicaid remains a primary target for budget cuts.

People with disabilities, advocates, and concerned citizens deserve ...