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Zimmerli Art Museum Presents Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein

August 21, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A groundbreaking exhibit that explores how modern art was influenced by advances in science, from Einstein’s theory of relativity to newly powerful microscopic and telescopic lenses is opening at Zimmerli in September as part of an initiative bringing together the study of art and science at Rutgers.

In response to the exhibit, called Dimensionism: Modern Art in the ...

Passaic County Announces New Improvements for Goffle Brook Park in Hawthorne

HAWTHORNE, NJ – The County of Passaic announced today that a number of improvements and renovations will be carried out in Goffle Brook Park in early September, following the award of a contract with Thomas & Sons.  Thomas & Sons beat out three other bids received, with a price tag of $847,340.  To offset some of the expense, $650,000 will be provided by the Passaic County ...

The Elmora Troopers Win Over Rhode Island 2-0 Advancing in Little League World Series

WILLIAMSPORT, PA - Fans of the Elmora Troopers were on their feet cheering on Tuesday evening as the Elizabeth team took the win by a score of 2 - 0 over the Barrington, Rhode Island team in Williamsport, Pa.

The game was a 0-0 score until the top of the 6th inning when the Troopers came out with Sal Garcia starting off with a double and they didn’t stop until they scored two runs. The ...

Need a Mental Break? Avoid Your Cellphone, Rutgers Researchers Say

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Using a cellphone to take a break during mentally challenging tasks does not allow the brain to recharge effectively and may result in poorer performance, Rutgers researchers found.

The experiment, published in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions, assigned college undergraduates to solve challenging sets of word puzzles. Halfway through, some were allowed to take breaks ...

Long-time Head of Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics to Step Down

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Ruth B. Mandel, who has served as director of Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute of Politics for 24 years, will step down Aug. 31, Rutgers–New Brunswick Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy has announced.

She will take a one-year research leave before returning to her role as Board of Governors Professor of Politics and Senior Scholar at CAWP.

Mandel joined ...

Rutgers Targum Will Publish Four Times a Week During 2019-20 School Year

August 18, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Daily Targum, the student-run newspaper that has been covering Rutgers for 150 years, will continue publishing during the 2019-20 school year.

However, Sandy Giacobbe, the paper's business manager,  said on Friday that the newspaper will publish on a Monday-through-Thursday schedule instead of five days a week.

He also said the Daily Targum will feature ...

New Jersey Colleges on New Ranking Released by Princeton Review

NEW JERSEY -- The Princeton Review has released its 2020 annual ranking of the Best 385 Colleges in America (Penguin Random House, $24.99), which is now on sale.

"We chose the 385 colleges for this edition as our 'best' overall, academically, based on data we gathered in 2018–19 from more than a thousand school administrators about their schools' academic ...

Governor Signs Pilot Program to Assess Value of Later Start Times in NJ High Schools

PASSAIC VALLEY, NJ – Now is your chance, students and parents, to lobby your high school administrators to be part of a pilot program to open school at a later start time of 8:30 a.m.

Gov. Phil Murphy signed the bill into law late last week that supports assessing how pushing back high school start times could be beneficial to student health.

The law establishes a ...

Governor Murphy Arrives in Montclair to Announce Greater NJ Transit Transparency

August 20, 2019

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Governor Murphy was at the Bay Street Station in Montclair on Monday to sign an executive order improving transparency at NJ Transit by requiring NJ Transit rail performance metrics to be shared with the public on a monthly basis.  

"In just a few minutes, I will sign an executive order requiring greater public transparency into the actual number of ...

Woodland Park's Jayden Perez Honored At Puerto Rican Heritage Week Flag Raising

PATERSON/WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Ravaged by Hurricane Maria less than two years ago, and thrown into political chaos earlier this summer, the island of Puerto Rico will continue to rise stonger than ever, several speakers said at Paterson City Hall on Aug. 17.

Leading the ceremony that saw the flag of the U.S. territory hoisted in front of city hall was Eddie Gonzalez, president of the ...

Woodland Park Ordinance Would Prohibit Businesses From Providing Plastic Bags

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Borough Council on Aug. 14 introduced an ordinance that would prohibit local retail establishments from providing single-use plastic carry-out bags. If adopted at the next meeting, which is on Wednesday, Sept. 4, businesses will have six months to become compliant.

If passed, no retail establishment within the Borough shall provide any single-use plastic carry-out bags ...

Caught on Camera: Package Thief in Little Falls, Police Ask for Public Assistance

August 20, 2019

LITTLE FALLS, NJ - The Little Falls Police Department is asking for public assistance in dentifying a suspect in a package theft incident in the community.

According to police, the suspect was caught on a home camera system taking packages from a home on Lincoln Ave.

The suspect is seen driving the white sedan in the background.

Anyone with further information can call the Department at ...

Certified Nursing Assistant Charged With Killing Nursing Home Patient in Cedar Grove

Newark – Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, announced today that Certified Nursing
Assistant (CNA) Monique Beaucejour, 46, of Bloomfield has been charged with reckless manslaughter for
causing the death of 85-year-old Fannie McClain.

McClain, who previously lived in Bloomfield, was a resident at the Waterview Nursing Home located at 536
Ridge Road in Cedar ...

Woodland Park Police Departments Promotes Two To Sergeant

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Borough of Woodland Park promoted two officers on Aug. 14 to Sergeant - Daniel Aguilera and Robert Lepore.

Prior to his career in law enforcement, Daniel Aguilera served in the U.S. Marine Reserves for eight years. He was deployed to Iraq during two major operations. Sgt. Aguilera worked for the Paterson Police Department for two years before joining the Woodland Park ...

New Jersey's Nick Delpopolo Continues Judo Comeback with Bronze at Pan Am Games

August 19, 2019

LIMA, PERU — Westfield native Nick Delpopolo did what Olympic Judokas do and fought back. After losing his first round match in the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, Delpopolo recently won his next two bouts to win the bronze medal in the men’s middleweight division.

The 17-day multi-sport event ended on Aug. 11 with a spirited closing ceremony in front of a capacity crowd of ...

Hawaii Takes Win Over Elizabeth Troopers 6-0 Shut Out - Team Still in the Little League World Series

WILLIAMSPORT, PA - After a rain postponed the Elmora Troopers game in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. on Sunday afternoon in the 5th inning, the team was back on the field on Monday afternoon only to take a loss to the team from Hawaii in a shut out game of 6-0 in the sixth inning.

When the game left off on Sunday, the Troopers were playing in game 2 of double elimination, ...

Warm Weather Means Hot Fishing: LBI Fishing Update

LONG BEACH ISLAND REGION - It is hard to believe, but summer is quickly coming to an end. I checked the weather report for the upcoming week, and it looks like it will be a hot one. That should keep the water temperatures high and our fishing action also hot.

This warm water will provide us with the appearance of those fish from the south that are often not found in our area waters. I am ...

Swimming OK Again at Six Lake Hopatcong Beaches, says State

August 15, 2019

ROXBURY, NJ – The state is authorizing local health departments again allow swimming at six Lake Hopatcong beaches, having found that harmful algal bloom bacteria counts at the sites were safe for water contact.

The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) said it based its decision on water samples taken Monday, Aug. 12.

The DEP and the state Department of Health ...

Evening Bat Walks at Jockey Hollow in Morristown in September

MORRISTOWN, NJ –  Dusk is when the bats come out! Nine species of bats call New Jersey home, and many can be seen flying around your neighborhood at dusk. To help you identify which species of bat you’re looking at, Morristown National Historical Park is offering two free evening Bat Walk programs.

The next Bat Walk will be offered 7:30-9:30 pm ...

Free New Jersey Day Trip Ideas in Waning Summer Days

NEW JERSEY - Keeping the kids busy during the summer months or entertaining visiting relatives can be challenging and expensive. Of course trips to one of the Garden State's amusement or splash parks is a must as is heading to the Jersey Shore, but there are actually some free activities in New Jersey that make for fun day trips whether you are traveling solo, with a friend or the ...

Food, Fun, Music, Rides, More this Weekend at the Passaic County Fair

August 17, 2019

PATERSON, NJ- The sounds, smells, sights, and tastes of one of New Jersey’s most popular annual family events were on display again Friday as the annual Passaic County Fair enjoyed its second night at Garrett Mountain.

The fair runs through Sunday, August 18 and is open from 3:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. both days.

 

 

Nutley Little Theatre is Ready to Break A Leg for the its 85th Season

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Little Theatre (NLT) will host a mix of classic and new plays for the 2019-2020 season, its 85th in the township. The roster of dramas are aimed at entertaining people of all ages with actors from across the Garden State.

 

The season opens on September 13 with Joshua Harmon's Significant Other. The performance will benefit New Jersey ...

Filming in Paterson, Spielberg Production of 'West Side Story' Approved for Tax Credits

TRENTON, NJ – Iconic filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of “West Side Story,” currently under production in Paterson, was approved Tuesday for tax credits through the State’s new Film Tax Credit program. Warner Brothers Studios-produced “JOKER” filming in Newark, was also approved for the program.

“These two major productions are bringing ...

Woodland Park's Jayden Perez Honored At Puerto Rican Heritage Week Flag Raising

August 18, 2019

PATERSON/WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Ravaged by Hurricane Maria less than two years ago, and thrown into political chaos earlier this summer, the island of Puerto Rico will continue to rise stonger than ever, several speakers said at Paterson City Hall on Aug. 17.

Leading the ceremony that saw the flag of the U.S. territory hoisted in front of city hall was Eddie Gonzalez, president of the ...

School Supply Drive Will Culminate With Bag Packing Event on Sunday, Aug. 18

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Local fifth grader Jayden Perez, president of the non-profit charity From the Bottom of My Heart, is concluding his summer school supply drive with a collection day and backpack filling event on Sunday, Aug. 18 starting at 2 p.m. at the WP Boys & Girls Club on Memorial Drive.

The event is sponsored in part by Gelati by Mike (formerly Geloti of Montclair, Caldwell and ...

Rutgers Targum Will Publish Four Times a Week During 2019-20 School Year

August 18, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Daily Targum, the student-run newspaper that has been covering Rutgers for 150 years, will continue publishing during the 2019-20 school year.

However, Sandy Giacobbe, the paper's business manager,  said on Friday that the newspaper will publish on a Monday-through-Thursday schedule instead of five days a week.

He also said the Daily Targum will feature ...

Former Pig & Prince Manager Takes Over as Montclair Center BID Director

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Jason Gleason, the former general manager of Pig & Prince Restaurant, has been named the Acting Director of the Montclair Center BID, Monclair Center BID Board of Directors have announced.

Gleason, who is the former Board chair, has stepped down from his volunteer position to accept the temporary staff position. The BID has convened a search committee to ...

Millburn Business Announces Closing of Physical Storefront, Emphasis on Digital Commerce

MILLBURN, NJ - In a post on Facebook, Squirrel and the Bee grainless bake shop announced that it was switching up its business model in a major way.

"It is with mixed emotions that we announce the closing of our retail cafe as of today, August 11th," the statement posted by owner Michelle Retik read in part.

It continued, "And, we are excited to announce that we are ...

Dole Recalls Baby Spinach Due to Possible Salmonella Risk

August 11, 2019

A limited number of cases of baby spinach have been recalled due to a possible health risk from Salmonella, announced Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc.  

The recall was issued after a sample of Baby Spinach yielded a positive result for Salmonella in a random sample test conducted by the Department of Agriculture in Michigan, said officials. 

The products being recalled ...

Hobby's Deli, a Newark landmark, reopens dining room after fire

Just five weeks after a fire ripped through Hobby's Deli in Newark, the landmark downtown eatery fully reopened for business, proving that if you rebuild it, they will come. 

"It's not a celebration - it's a relief," said Marc Brummer, co-owner of Hobby's, as he walked around attending to customers on Tuesday when the dining room reopened after a blaze burned the ...

Presence of Plastic Pieces Initiates Recall of Entenmann's Little Bites Cookies

Entenmann's Little Bites Soft Baked Cookies (5 pack mini chocoloate chip variety) has been recalled due to the potential presence of visible, blue plastic pieces in the individual packaging pouch, announced Bimbo Bakeries USA, Inc.

The plastic is not baked into the product but may have been introduced during the packing process, said company officials in a press release. The recall was ...

Need a Mental Break? Avoid Your Cellphone, Rutgers Researchers Say

August 20, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Using a cellphone to take a break during mentally challenging tasks does not allow the brain to recharge effectively and may result in poorer performance, Rutgers researchers found.

The experiment, published in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions, assigned college undergraduates to solve challenging sets of word puzzles. Halfway through, some were allowed to take breaks ...

New Jerseyans Moving Beyond Most, But Not All, Gender Stereotypes, New Poll Shows

NEW BRUNSWICK and MADISON, NJ – New Jersey residents perceive women as being more emotional and men as more aggressive, but other views on gender have evolved, according to the latest results from a new joint Rutgers-Eagleton/Fairleigh Dickinson University poll. 

The survey asked respondents whether various personal traits apply more to women or men, or ...

New Jerseyans Moving Beyond Most, But Not All, Gender Stereotypes, New Poll Shows

NEW BRUNSWICK and MADISON, NJ – New Jersey residents perceive women as being more emotional and men as more aggressive, but other views on gender have evolved, according to the latest results from a new joint Rutgers-Eagleton/Fairleigh Dickinson University poll. 

The survey asked respondents whether various personal traits apply more to women or men, or ...

Strategies for Growing Edibles Later into the Season

August 9, 2019

Don’t let fall or potentially frosty temperatures stop you from enjoying garden-fresh produce. Extend the nutritional value and homegrown flavor into your fall and early winter meals with the help of short season crops and season extending strategies.

Lettuce, spinach, radishes, turnips, and beets are quick to mature from seed to harvest.  Plus, the cooler temperatures enhance their ...

Flower Bed Maintenance Keeps Gardens Looking Their Best All Summer Long

A bit of grooming and care will keep your flower gardens looking their best throughout the hot summer months and into fall.

Remove the flower stems of salvias, veronicas and similar flowers as the blooms begin to fade. Use a pruner or sharp garden scissors and cut just above the first set of leaves or above the side shoots where new flower buds are forming.

Cut back flopping perennials like ...

CCM Offers Programs for Those Looking to Build a Landscaping Business

RANDOLPH, NJ — For those who dream of building a business in the landscaping industry, County College of Morris (CCM) offers a number of pathways to make that possible through its Department of Landscape and Horticultural Technology (LHT).

Degrees and certificates are offered in Agribusiness, Landscape Management and Design, and Turf and Turfgrass Management. The Landscape Management and ...

Little Falls Based Animal Rescue Plans Clothing, Linens and Toy Drive

August 14, 2019

LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Save The Animals Rescue Team (S.T.A.R.T.) is holding its annual summer clothing drive.

Cleaning out your closets? Don't throw it away. Donate your old clothes to help the animals in S.T.A.R.T.'s  care. Drop off bags anytime at Petco in the hallway by Pooch Play at 1 Rt 46 west, Totowa, from now through Aug. 18.

Accepted is usable or ...

Governor Murphy Signs Animal Fighting and Dog & Cat Leasing Laws

TRENTON, NJ  - The practice of leasing a dog or cat as a family pet is now illegal in the State of New Jersey after Governor Phil Murphy’s signing of recently passed legislation into law. At the same time, Murphy signed a second bill making the ownership, possession, purchase, sale, or manufacturing of animal fighting paraphernalia a third degree crime. 

“As the owner of ...

Following Water Rescue Bayonne Firefighters Reassure Canine Victim ‘I Got You Babe’

BAYONNE, NJ - A wayward pooch attempted a daring get away when pursued by the Bayonne Police Department shortly before 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.

According to reports, Cher, a large white bulldog, made his way to Denis Collins Park near First Avenue, and, just as she was about to captured made a leap into the bay.

Not to be outdone, members of the Bayonne Fire Department reported to ...

Gov. Murphy Tosses Taxes Placed on Jersey Shore ‘By-Owner’ Vacation Rentals

August 10, 2019

TRENTON, NJ — With less than a month left in the prime summer rental season, vacationers who rent directly from shore homeowners will not have to pay 11.6 percent in state sales and occupancy taxes.

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a measure that requires transient accommodations only be subject to the taxes if the rental is obtained through online marketplaces, like AirBnB and VRBO — ...

Westfield ‘Watcher House’ Sells for Below its Assessed Value

WESTFIELD, NJ — It was quite the price cut for the “Westfield Watcher House.”

The former owners of the Dutch Colonial home at 657 Boulevard have sold their home for $959,000, the deed filed with the Union County Clerk’s Office shows. The Broadduses had purchased the home for $1.35 million in 2014, records show. In 2017, the couple listed the home for $1.125 ...

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Severe Thunderstorm Alert for Northern NJ Until 9 p.m. Wednesday July 31

July 31, 2019

NORMAN, OK - The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center issued a 'Severe Thurnderstorm Watch' for New Jersey through 9 p.m. Wed. July 31, 2019.

The thunderstorm watch is for all counties in the state. There is a potential for localized flash flooding.

Most communities across the state have already canceled or postponed outdoor events scheduled for tonight.

 

Passaic County Announces New Improvements for Goffle Brook Park in Hawthorne

August 20, 2019

HAWTHORNE, NJ – The County of Passaic announced today that a number of improvements and renovations will be carried out in Goffle Brook Park in early September, following the award of a contract with Thomas & Sons.  Thomas & Sons beat out three other bids received, with a price tag of $847,340.  To offset some of the expense, $650,000 will be provided by the Passaic County ...

Filming in Paterson, Spielberg Production of 'West Side Story' Approved for Tax Credits

TRENTON, NJ – Iconic filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of “West Side Story,” currently under production in Paterson, was approved Tuesday for tax credits through the State’s new Film Tax Credit program. Warner Brothers Studios-produced “JOKER” filming in Newark, was also approved for the program.

“These two major productions are bringing ...

Paterson Veteran Honored by A Hero's Welcome

PATERSON, NJ -- Sunday morning almost three dozen people gave Paterson native Tony Vancheri a surprise he won't forget. 

Members of Vancheri's family, the community, A Hero's Welcome North Jersey, Warriors Watch Riders of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, members of the Paterson Fire Department and Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh all gathered to honor Vancheri for his ...

The Elmora Troopers Win Over Rhode Island 2-0 Advancing in Little League World Series

August 20, 2019

WILLIAMSPORT, PA - Fans of the Elmora Troopers were on their feet cheering on Tuesday evening as the Elizabeth team took the win by a score of 2 - 0 over the Barrington, Rhode Island team in Williamsport, Pa.

The game was a 0-0 score until the top of the 6th inning when the Troopers came out with Sal Garcia starting off with a double and they didn’t stop until they scored two runs. The ...

Long-time Head of Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics to Step Down

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Ruth B. Mandel, who has served as director of Rutgers University’s Eagleton Institute of Politics for 24 years, will step down Aug. 31, Rutgers–New Brunswick Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy has announced.

She will take a one-year research leave before returning to her role as Board of Governors Professor of Politics and Senior Scholar at CAWP.

Mandel joined ...

Rolling Stones in the Meadowlands: NJ TRANSIT Got It Right – Again!

NJ TRANSIT got it right – Again – during both of the Rolling Stones concerts held in the Meadowlands this month. Kudos to the agency and to the Governor’s office for stepping up again to find solutions to a very difficult situation.

When the Agency gets it right – it’s expected, and no one applauds. Of course, when issues occur, the Agency is challenged and too ...

Where Do We Start the Larger Conversation About Guns?

Let's talk about our rights and our freedoms.

How many were free to shop at a Wal-Mart last two Sundays ago without fear that El Paso copycat would announce himself with the staccato fire of an AR-15?

You saw the stampede in the theater district in New York City when a motorcycle backfired. And the evacuation of a Wal-Mart in Union because of a false report.

We may have freedoms, but ...

In Praise of Fútbol, the Game We Call Soccer

What I’ve learned in my travels to Europe and South America in the last couple of years is how refreshing it is to get away from English.

Not being able to understand the banter of language around you is a chance to luxuriate in your own thoughts. You are in a crowd, but not part of it, free of the irritating banality of most conversations.

In a strange land I can sit and be oblivious ...

‘The Rainmaker’ Brings Mesmerizing Emotions to Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

MADISON, NJ - “The Rainmaker” is a play that speaks to the heart and done with such elegance and simplicity that it is unforgettable.

Written by N. Richard Nash, this play isn’t often performed.  Under the guidance of Artistic Director Bonnie J. Monte, the story is beautifully rendered by a cast that works fluidly together. It speaks so specifically to our longings and ...

Glimmerglass Opera Tackles Racial, Class Issues

COOPERSTOWN, NY – Glimmerglass Opera Festival has an outstanding reputation for first-rate singers, strong orchestras and glittering productions.

This year, the company also takes on a number of issues that are relevant to our time. “Blue” stands out as an innovative study of racial bias, family and loss. With music by Jeanine Tesori and lyrics, as well as direction, by ...

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens (G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2018)

 

Where the Crawdads Sing is Delia Owens’ first novel, although she and her husband have published three internationally acclaimed non-fiction books about Owens’ experiences as a wildlife scientist in Africa. Where the Crawdads Sing scored a Number 1 spot on the New York Times Bestseller List, winning ...

Clean and Lean by Ian K, Smith, M.D.

Clean and Lean by Ian K. Smith, M.D. (St. Martin’s Press, 2019)

 

I have battled the bulge my whole life. Most people have, especially as they get older. To help people like me, and to provide new information to those who have achieved the ideal body weight and muscle tone, Ian K. Smith, M.D. is back with his new book on good health habits, Clean and Lean. Once again, ...

The Killer Across the Table by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker

The Killer Across the Table by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker (William Morrow, 2019)

 

Why + How = Who

The formula above represents the manner in which criminal profilers assess the suspects in a serious crime. In the gripping new Douglas and Olshaker book, The Killer Across the Table, the authors write, “We study these people (criminals) not as psychologists or sociologists, ...

Follow Your Intuition…It Knows the Way

Intuition can be a tricky thing, mostly because we sometimes push it aside. Afterall, it warns us…and maybe we don’t want to hear that warning. Joan had an experience many of us have had: pushing past her intuition only to learn her gut was right all along.

Joan: Throughout the last decade, my professional life has taken many twists and turns. There are times that I operate ...

Don't Let Anyone Ruin Your Day

Joan: Do you have one person in your life that really irks you? No matter what you say or do, this person has the ability to totally ruin your day, or in some cases, your month, year, and even life! I know I do.

Q. Wow, someone got to you. Sorry to hear that Joan. But you’re not alone. I think this is common. What happened with you?

Joan: Recently, a trusted friend informed me that a ...

An Open Letter to our Representative Mikie Sherrill, NJ-11

August 16, 2019

A lot of my friends, as well as myself, listen to the New York Times “The Daily” podcast and I was thrilled to post on Facebook Monday morning that our member of congress was the featured interview this week. It’s nice to see that you’re getting noticed and that can only help to gain attention for the things you want to accomplish for the district.

While I had some ...

Letter: Inspired by her dog, Girl Scout Teaches Others About Pet Adoption

Why not consider adoption when seeking a pet? I’ve always been surprised by how many people don’t see local shelters as an option, as I knew that there were many dogs in shelters who need a home, and breeders don't always treat their dogs humanely. When I question my friends, these are the most common reasons as to why they didn't adopt: “We really wanted a specific ...

New Exhibition at Montclair Art Museum: Odyssey of the Venutian Soldiers

August 19, 2019

MONTCLAIR, NJ – Virgil Ortiz: Odyssey of the Venutian Soldiers, a new exhibition at the Montclair Art Museum (MAM), showcases a striking light-infused wall mural and dramatic videos created by famed Pueblo artist, Virgil Ortiz. 

A number of Oritz’s exquisite ceramic vessels and figurines, on which the artist painted comic-book and sci-fi imagery that shows a ...

State-of-the-Art Pediatric Rehabilitation Center Reopens in Morristown

One-stop shop offers providers and therapy in a single location

MORRISTOWN, NJ  — Atlantic Health System’s pediatric rehabilitation and physical therapy program has reopened in a brand-new space at 55 Madison Avenue in Morristown.

Larger than the previous center and filled with state-of-the-art therapy equipment, the open-gym facility is able to treat a wide variety of ...