The Science of Sound

All Ages - Kennedy Library

Musician and composer Caryn Lin transforms sound through the use of her five-string electric violin and a myriad of modern technology! Join us on a journey through the classical days of Bach to today’s techno-wonders. Using modern techniques, including loop-ing and other effects to produce unique and dynamic soundscapes, audiences are introduced to the many scientific concepts involved in the creation of live music. This event is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Wed, March 11
7:00 pm — 7:45 pm
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All Ages - Kennedy Library

Musician and composer Caryn Lin transforms sound through the use of her five-string electric violin and a myriad of modern technology! Join us on a journey through the classical days of Bach to today’s techno-wonders. Using modern techniques, including loop-ing and other effects to produce unique and dynamic soundscapes, audiences are introduced to the many ...

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Kennedy Library

500 Hoes Lane
Piscataway, NJ 08854

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Piscataway Democratic Primary Challengers File Nominating Petitions

March 31, 2020

Irwin, Johnson, Leibowitz, and Tillman Call for Transparent, Open, and Responsive Government

Piscataway, NJ -  Mayoral Candidate Bill Irwin and Council At-Large Candidates Ralph Johnson, Laura Leibowitz, and Kamuela Tillman announced today that they had filed nominating petitions with the Piscataway Township Clerk’s Office to have their names placed on the ballot in the 2020 ...

TAPinto Piscataway's 2020 Election Policies

TAPinto is a network of more than 80 award-winning objective online local news sites. While we accept Letters to the Editor, we do not have an Editorial Page and do not provide our opinion on any elections or issues.  We do not endorse candidates.

Like hardcopy newspaper, television, radio and other media, TAPinto provides opportunities for candidates to advertise.  Such advertising ...

South Plainfield's COVID -19 Cases Continue to Spike

March 31, 2020

South Plainfield– South Plainfield has been notified that eleven individuals have tested positive for COVID-19. These eleven residents bring the total number of positive cases to 49. The increasing cases are expected as the total number of positive cases throughout the State has increased. Please continue practicing social distancing and limit gathering in our effort to flatten the ...

19 More Edison Residents Test Positive for Coronavirus

EDISON, NJ - Edison Township has been notified of additional residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.

The cases are a fifty-year-old female, a sixty-year-old female, a sixty-nine-year-old female, two seventy-three-year-old females, a seventy-four-year-old female, a seventy-six-year-old female, an eighty-one-year-old female, an eighty-five-year-old female, an eighty-eight-year-old ...

South Brunswick Residents Step Up to Help Hospital Workers and Community

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - This past week, the South Brunswick township saw multiple charity drives that were organized by department heads, restaurants, and private citizens to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations have been stacked up all around the community and been given to hospitals and those who are isolated and need supplies. As of today, there are 33 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in ...

Piscataway Public Library Book Drops are Closed

Book drops at Piscataway Public Library's Kennedy and Westergard locations are now closed. No late fees will be assessed while we're closed.

Get Inspired by this Quarantine Collection of Virtual Classes

March 30, 2020

This story first ran on TAPinto South Plainfield.

After just a few days of being home and unable to report to her job at the Today Show, South Plainfield resident Katie Stilo took to social media, launching an Instagram page designed to bring culinary professionals — and amateur cooks — together, virtually. 

A culinary producer and food stylist for the NBC morning ...

Letter to the Editor: Central Jersey Needs Diapers

March 18, 2020

Dear Friends, 

Today, I spoke with a struggling single mother in tears.  This morning, she visited three stores with her infant, unable to find formula anywhere.  She did not have the funds available last week to stock up on essentials in preparation for our current situation.  The mother was panicked on the phone.  As a mother myself, I feel deeply for ...

Rutgers' Pikiell Named National Coach of the Year

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - After leading the Rutgers men's basketball team to its first winning season in 14 years, coach Steve Pikiell has been named the winner of the Jim Phelan Award, presented annually to the nation's top Division I coach.

Pikiell directed the Scarlet Knights to their first national ranking in 41 years, first 20-win regular season in 37 years and most conference victories ...

Obituaries

Piscataway – Shirley Marie Carson, 90, passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at CareOne ...
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Piscataway – James T. “Jimmy” Edwards, 49, passed away Monday, February 10, 2020 ...
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Statement from Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios Regarding the First COVID-19 Death in Middlesex County

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ - “COVID-19 has caused suffering in communities across the globe and upended our way of lives. I wish I could say Middlesex County is immune to the immense impact of the disease, but I cannot. It is with great sorrow that I report that the disease has claimed the life of one of our own – a Middlesex County resident – a female in her 90s.

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March 31 Somerset County COVID-19 Update: 11 Deaths, 405 Cases, 18 in Somerville

March 31, 2020

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The Somerset County Department of Health Tuesday update shows 18 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the borough, with a total of 405 cases in Somerset County, and 11 deaths caused by complications of COVID-19.

Somerset County reported 74 new cases overnight, with Far Hills reporting its first case; the borough had been the only Somerset County municipality without a confirmed case ...

Mayor Mapp Notes 73 Cases on Monday, Says Muhlenberg Site Won't be Utilized

PLAINFIELD, NJ - The latest update from the administration notes there are now 73 positive cases of COVID-19 in Plainfield, including five City of Plainfield employees.  On Saturday, there were 44 confirmed cases in town, with 72 quarantined.

According to Mayor Adrian O. Mapp, "We are now operating on a very modified schedule at City Hall while doing all we can to continue to provide ...

New Jersey's Garry Pastore Wins Second “Best Supporting Actor" Award for 'Shooting Heroin' at Garden State Film Festival

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Scotch Plains native Garry Pastore won his second “Best Supporting Actor" award for his role as a beleaguered small town sheriff overwhelmed by the opioid epidemic when he was honored this week for his role in Shooting Heroin at the Garden State Film Festival this weekend.

Pastore won his first award for “Best supporting Actor” ...

"Make a List, But Shop Like a Cook:" COVID-19 and Your Shopping Cart

March 31, 2020

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Old guys were wandering around Stop&Shop this morning during OPT (Old People's Time) which runs from 6:00 to 7:30 am.  They looked a bit panicked, showing distressed eyes above their masks.  Not all the agita was caused by the fear of contracting COVID-19 from a cantaloupe, though.  They were puzzled by doing a job that seemed not to be ...

Objects in the Mirror

Not having many friends, I know a thing or two about social distancing. When you are short on personality like me, it is actually quite easy to keep people at a safe distance for long periods of time. But for everyone else, I understand it can be quite a challenge. So in the spirit of really annoying magazine articles, I offer you . . .

Seven Tips to Maintain Your Distance and Your Sanity with ...

Stop Labeling Your Kids

What were your labels growing up? Were you the good one, the fat one, the skinny one, the smart one, the athlete? The one with ADD, the outspoken one, the shy one, the messy one, the risk-taker? When asked to describe yourself, many of you will use a childhood label. Maybe you feel like you've been boxed in by labels your whole life.

The upside of certain labels is that they are ...