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Place on Stone: Nineteenth-Century Landscape Lithographs

Tue, January 16

Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, New Brunswick

Place on Stone: Nineteenth-Century Landscape ...

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Add to My Calendar 01/16/2018 12:00am 01/17/2018 12:00am America/New_York Place on Stone: Nineteenth-Century Landscape Lithographs

This exhibition of British and French landscape prints features examples by early lithographic masters, including Richard Cooper and Antoine Mongin, as well as dazzling color landscapes from the 1890s by Henri Rivière and Edouard Vuillard. The invention and rapid growth of the printmaking medium of lithography over the course of the 19th century coincided with a similar expansion and ...

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Set in Stone: Lithography in France, 1815-1900

Sat, January 20

Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, New Brunswick

Set in Stone: Lithography in France, 1815-1900

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Add to My Calendar 01/20/2018 12:00am 07/29/2018 11:30pm America/New_York Set in Stone: Lithography in France, 1815-1900

This exhibition of more than 120 works, almost exclusively chosen from the Zimmerli’s rich collection of 19th-century French graphic arts, presents a survey of French lithography from its establishment in Paris around 1815 through the end of the century.

Invented in Munich in 1796, the new printmaking medium of lithography introduced a simpler, faster, and more economical means of ...

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It's Just a Job: Bill Owens and Studs Terkel on Working in 1970s America

Sat, January 20

Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, New Brunswick

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Add to My Calendar 01/20/2018 12:00am 07/29/2018 11:30pm America/New_York It's Just a Job: Bill Owens and Studs Terkel on Working in 1970s America

Drawn to the topic of employment because of its primary importance to the lives of ordinary people, California-based photographer Bill Owens and pioneering oral historian Studs Terkel began book projects in the 1970s focused on working life in the United States.

This exhibition of 31 photographs from Owens’s “Working” series are juxtaposed with audio recordings of interviews ...

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Sat, January 20, 12:00 PM

New Jersey Audubon - Plainsboro Preserve, Plainsboro

Summer Camp Open House

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Add to My Calendar 01/20/2018 12:00pm 01/20/2018 3:30pm America/New_York Summer Camp Open House

Come in for this free program and meet the staff during the summer camp open house. Toast marshmallows, visit the camp facilities, and complete a simple camp craft. Staff will be available to answer questions and provide summer 2018 camp schedules.


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NBCO@Zimmerli

Sun, January 21, 2:00 PM

Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, New Brunswick

NBCO@Zimmerli

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Add to My Calendar 01/21/2018 2:00pm 01/21/2018 4:00pm America/New_York NBCO@Zimmerli

A series of salon openings where members of the NBCO perform short theme-based (mostly new) works mixed with tastings, pours, and conversation in an informal atmosphere, all in the intimate atmosphere of the Zimmerli. Reservations are required as seating is extremely limited. The next session is "Angels and Demons on April 22. More information is available at ...

71 Hamilton Street New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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The Jaffe Briefing - January 12, 2018

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY

YOUR BACKYARD - If we don't kill our bears, their children and grandchildren will be living in your backyard. That is one way to summarize a 12-page report from state wildlife officials, claiming that Gov.-elect Phil Murphy's plan to stop the bear hunts could cause their population to double by 2022, NJ.com reports. Murphy wants to ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 11, 2018

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY

UP THE CREEK - New Jersey has a weaker tax base, higher taxes and simmering fury amongst taxpayers. It is a recipe for financial trouble, reports The Wall Street Journal, noting it has been more than 20 years since New Jersey was current on its pension payments, leaving the state nearly $100 billion in the hole. And while ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 10, 2018

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY

TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie talked for more than two hours yesterday, in his farewell "State of the State" address, highlighting all of his accomplishments. He served eight years (well, minus the two years he ran for President) and has done so much that we must recognize and appreciate. So, without further ado, free of slant or snark, here is ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 9, 2018

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY

TRENTON - With the end of this session of the New Jersey Legislature, there were plenty of bills flying everywhere yesterday, furiously voted on and moved from desk to desk and chamber to chamber. When the dust settled yesterday, and exhausted lawmakers ran out of things on which to vote, here's some stuff heading on to the lame-duck governor's ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 8, 2018

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY

NORTH JERSEY - There's lots of brain power at work to sidestep the new federal tax law that limits property tax deductions. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is talking about lawsuits and eliminating the state income tax, replacing it with a payroll tax. In California, they want to set up a charity, allowing taxpayers to make "donations," ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 5, 2018

OUR TAKE ON THE NEWS IN NEW JERSEY

STATEWIDE - There's a lot that will be said about Gov. Brendan T. Byrne this morning, as the state learns that one of its beloved politicians has died at age 93. There was no one who could master a one-liner better than the former governor, and everyone has a story. We recall, quite fuzzily, when Byrne attended an event in Woodbridge in the ...

Burger Business Turns ​Off the Grill at The Yard

January 16, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Another business at The Yard@College Avenue, Bella’s Burger Shack, is now closed, and unlike the neighboring Starbucks, it​ has apparently​ left for good.

A sign had been posted on the front door of the restaurant, reading that Dec. 22, 2017 w​as the last day the shack would be in business.

Bella’s Burger Shack, which has its other location in ...

Rutgers Men's Basketball Coach Approved for $8M Raise, 3 Year Contract Extension

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University officials have signed off on a three-year extension for head men’s basketball coach Steve Pikiell, now set to run through the 2023-2024 season.

The move came at a specially-called Board of Governors meeting on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 10.

Pikiell’s initial contract was signed in March 2016 and set to run five years, of which he’d be ...

Former Rutgers Football Player Pleads Guilty in 2015 Home Invasions

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A former Rutgers University varsity football player admitted his role in a series of armed robberies and home invasions, authorities announced on Jan. 8.

Tejay Johnson, 26, of Egg Harbor, will spend 15 years behind bars as part of a plea agreement, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey said in a statement.

He ple​ade​d guilty to an array of robbery and burglary ...

OPINION

Letter to the Editor: Proposed Medicaid Cuts Threaten Families

January 5, 2018

Medicaid – the safety next for millions of Americans – continues to be under attack.

Whether debating healthcare legislation, tax reform or deficit reduction, lawmakers see Medicaid as some magic source of ready-made cost savings. Many don’t seem to understand how intertwined Medicaid is within society; a lifeline for so many families – like mine.

I am the parent of ...

Hopewell Entrepreneur Back in Full Swing After Minimally Invasive Heart Procedure

January 12, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Some people dream about retirement. Not David Bregenzer. At 85 years old, this Hopewell, New Jersey resident still loves running the local oil company he founded in 1970. In fact, you’ll typically find him at the office six or seven days a week – unless, of course, he’s at his favorite golf club, working on his swing. Aside from family, those interests ...

Get Off the Couch. Walk the Dog. Live Longer.

January 15, 2018

“Sitting is the new smoking”. This is the new mantra in cardiology and global population health. Sitting, or a sedentary lifestyle, has long been known as a risk factor for the development of heart disease.

Excessive sitting is also associated with a higher mortality rate. Is sitting really as bad as smoking for your health? Why is sitting so detrimental? What strategies can combat ...