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Fri, May 24, 7:30 PM

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The Extra Rich In Class Dinner Show With E.R.I.C.

Arts & Entertainment

Add to My Calendar 05/24/2019 7:30pm 05/24/2019 11:00pm America/New_York The Extra Rich In Class Dinner Show With E.R.I.C.

E.R.I.C. is one of today's most versatile talents in live entertainment. His dedication and commitment to good music are as equally dynamic as his voice. E.R.I.C.'s many active projects reflect his wide range of inspirations ranging from Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross to Marvin Gaye.

In 2008, E.R.I.C. released his first EP entitled "Drama" under Extra Rich In Class Publishing ...

440 Parsonage Hill Road Short Hills, NJ 07078

Sat, May 25, 7:30 PM

Short Hills

Gerard Esposito

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Add to My Calendar 05/25/2019 7:30pm 05/25/2019 11:00pm America/New_York Gerard Esposito

Gerard Esposito was born and raised in Newark, N.J. Gerard began his entertainment career during the early 1980s. He has developed a loyal following that catapulted his career and reaffirmed his ability as a vocalist. What began as 'singing to the waiters' quickly became 'reservations recommended'.

Esposito enjoys a loyal following and his dedication to his fans is evident, as ...

440 Parsonage Hill Road Short Hills, NJ 07078

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New Jersey Date Night: Delightful Delis

October 14, 2019

Finding the perfect sandwich is almost as important as finding the perfect lunchtime date, and luckily New Jersey offers a plethora of options when it comes to delicatessens. The delis of the Garden State offer up a menu of the soups, sandwiches and black and white cookies that rival (and pehaps surpass) their New York counterparts. Making a date over pastrami is not only easy but also ...

Union County, Overlook Medical Center to host Women's Health Fair in Union

Atlantic Health System's Overlook Medical Center has partnered with the Union County Office on Women for a Women’s Health Fair on Oct 23 near Kean University in Union. The event will include health screenings and an educational fair from 8:00am to 11:00am, with a panel discussion by seven prominent women physicians who will discuss a variety of women's health topics from 9:00am ...

Atlantic Health System Hosts Annual “Celebrating Service” Event for Team Members

When Charles Carlisle, Jr. began working at Atlantic Health System, gas was $.35 a gallon, the minimum wage was $1.60, and “Sesame Street” made its debut on PBS. It was 1969. This October, Charles, a sterile processing technician at Overlook Medical Center, is celebrating his 50th year with the award-winning health care system.

“When I first joined, I didn’t realize I ...

New Jersey's Failing Infrastructure

For decades, New Jersey has been kicking the can down the road with regard to infrastructure. Well, as of now even that road is in such bad shape, that the can can’t be kicked any further.

The American Society of Civil Engineers gave New Jersey a failing grade of D+. Almost 10% of our bridges are “structurally deficient”. The same for about 42% of our roads. Water systems, NJ ...

City Workshop Moves its Menswear to Maplewood

October 15, 2019

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — Roger and Josefina Stevens may have had the ribbon cutting for their casual menswear store on October 12, but their brand is already familiar to many local men. During their four years in West Orange, the owners of City Workshop were repeatedly wooed by South Orange and Maplewood customers. Shoppers kept telling them that the two towns were lacking menswear retail. When an ...

Maplewood Will See Road Improvements This Week

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — As part of the effort to maintain the streets in Maplewood Township, the Engineering Department undertakes projects every year to work on various roads. These improvements generally consist of new handicap ramps at the intersection of the streets and providing a new pavement surface on the road. The work does not include new sidewalks and curbing along the streets, except ...

Dress Code Violation Forces West Orange Middle Schooler Out of Class

October 10, 2019

WEST ORANGE, NJ – Members of the West Orange Board of Education (WOBOE) and its two new student liaisons applauded Liberty Middle School student Justice Cillo-Smith during Monday’s board meeting for her recent courage after receiving two dress code citations.

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, Cillo-Smith was issued a dress code violation for a shirt she wore while attending her classes.

Newark Bottled Water Distribution To End, City Pushes Filter Use for Lead Issue

NEWARK, NJ - Bottled water distribution to those affected during Newark's lead water contamination crisis will end next week, with authorities promoting the use of city-delivered filters to address the issue going forward. 

“Our message is simple: the filters work, use the filters,” Mayor Ras Baraka said in a statement, referring to testing results released last month ...

Statewide Lead Line Replacement Suggested Amid Newark Water Crisis

October 14, 2019

NEWARK, NJ - Some initiatives Newark has embarked upon to combat its lead water contamination problem are being suggested statewide.

Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Thursday the state would embark on a “goal” of removing and replacing all lead service lines in New Jersey within the next 10 years.

The announcement came as Newark continues what it has called an aggressive push to ...

Township Committee Condemns 'Derogatory' Remarks; Others Call Action a 'Charade'

RARITAN TWP., NJ – Committeeman Lou Reiner has resigned as the township’s Deputy Mayor, it was revealed at last night’s Township Committee meeting, but he intends to keep his seat on the five-member group.

That is notwithstanding his censure and call for resignation by the Township Committee, which criticized him for his  “derogatory, discriminatory, and offensive ...

Belmar Prepares Beach for Winter, Dunes Not to be Built on Southern End — Unless Needed

October 7, 2019

BELMAR, NJ — The annual ritual of “closing” the beach for the winter has been completed in Belmar, with one visible difference. There are no temporary dunes on the southern end of the 1.3-mile oceanfront.

Under Belmar’s new beach management plan, the entire beachfront will remain free of these sand berms unless the borough receives the go-ahead from state officials to ...

Fun for Pre-Schoolers Learning About Judaism

October 14, 2019

A new free program geared to 2 - 5 year olds and their parents lets kids experience Judaism through play that engages all the senses.  The Five Senses of Judaism is offered free by Congregation Beth Hatikvah (CBH) in Summit to families in the surrounding counties.

The first session, on Saturday, October 26th, will introduce children to Shabbat.  Moving among various stations, the ...

Weekend Robotics Classes at MHS & Open House

HackMHS is back again with Millburn Splash, a weekend robotics program for students in grades 3-8. We have classes available for students of all levels of experience. Our classes are held at Millburn High School, in the MILL (Makerspace), and are taught by experienced members of the world-championship winning MHS Robotics Team. At Millburn Splash, we use the VEX IQ building system, which is ...

New Trustees for The Montclair Inn

OCTOBER 2, 2019 MONTCLAIR, NJ- The Montclair Inn is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to their board of trustees. 

Margaret Church is a social worker who is currently the Project Manager of Lifelong Elizabeth. In this position she manages community outreach, planning, public presentations, event coordination, and manages functions of the age friendly community ...