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OLM Invites Warren Community to Family Movie Night

March 24, 2017

WARREN, NJ - The confirmation class of Our Lady of the Mount invites the Community to watch the newly released movie "SING" at Our Lady of the Mount Church 167 Mt Bethel Road on Saturday March 25 at 6 p.m.

$5 per person includes movie, pizza slice, popcorn, and water with other refreshments available for purchase.Sign up below, walk ins ...

Two Motor Vehicle Burglaries in One Day: Warren Township Police Motor Vehicle Burglary Prevention Tips

WARREN, NJ - Two vehicles, parked at a local daycare center on Mountain Boulevard, were entered and a purse, a wallet, cash and an iPhone were removed on Tuesday, police said.

The items were left on the front seats of the vehicles all in plain view. 

A purse containing $400 in cash was removed from an unlocked vehicle at 5:47 p.m. and a wallet containing $640 in cash and an iPhone were ...

Warren 7th Grader Wins TIME for Kids 2017 Poetry Contest

March 27, 2017

WARREN, NJ - “My locker is a monster, it’s absolutely true! It eats my books, my bag, my pens; once it ate my shoes!”

With that entertaining opening verse of “My Locker is a Monster,” 13-year-old Inica Kotasthane became the Grand Prize winner of this year’s TIME for Kids Poetry Contest.

Kotasthane’s rhythmic poem was among 1,500 ...

Bridgewater-Raritan High School Alum Wins $10K on "Chopped"

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - He would time himself whenever he watched the show, giving himself 10 seconds to come up with the dish he would create out of the odd ingredients thrown at chefs through each round of the Food Network show “Chopped” — and that advance practice paid off when Bridgewater-Raritan High School graduate Dave Hadley had his chance to compete.

Hadley was one of four ...

Warren Library Hosts Business Makers Day

March 27, 2017

 

WARREN, NJ - Friday was Business Makers Day at Somerset County Library System of New Jersey's (SCLSNJ) Warren Township Library branch. 

 

Over 20 local business professionals attended the mini-conference; attendees networked and learned about social media, website content, library services, and even office yoga.

 

The presenters included SCLSNJ librarian ...

Attention Warren Commuters: FatalIty Delays Morris Essex Line Tuesday

EAST ORANGE, NJ - A fatal accident occurred at the East Orange train station on Tuesday, March 21. According to firefighters and other emergency personnel on the scene, witnesses reported that a young man was spotted sitting on the tracks and was struck by an eastbound train. Additional information, including the name of the victim, was not released. 

Morris & Essex line trains ...

Warren Board of Education Approves Tentative 2017-18 Budget

WARREN, NJ - After listening to an overview of contemplated changes, the Warren Township Board of Education approved the tentative 2017-18 budget on Monday. 

The total budget for 2017-18 is for an adjusted $42,492,100, a $706,896 increase over last year. 

The budget includes a proposed school district tax rate of .862, down from .872 last year. Taxes ...

Warren 7th Grader Wins TIME for Kids 2017 Poetry Contest

March 27, 2017

WARREN, NJ - “My locker is a monster, it’s absolutely true! It eats my books, my bag, my pens; once it ate my shoes!”

With that entertaining opening verse of “My Locker is a Monster,” 13-year-old Inica Kotasthane became the Grand Prize winner of this year’s TIME for Kids Poetry Contest.

Kotasthane’s rhythmic poem was among 1,500 ...

WHRHS Music Students and Parents Plead for Funding as Board of Education Approves Tentative Budget

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills Regional High School Board of Education approved the tentative 2017-18 budget on Tuesday after hearing from a room full of music students and parents in attendance pleading for additional funding for the school's music programs.

Enrollment is declining. The projected enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year is 2,046 students, which is approximately 60 less ...

Ciattarelli: Leaders Don't Let Polls Drive Policy

March 22, 2017

SOMERVILLE, NJ  – Republican candidate for Governor, Assemblyman  Jack Ciattarelli, R16th, said  Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno’s proposal to elect the New Jersey Attorney General misses the mark, and is a prime example of a candidate who makes policy proposals based on what her pollster tells her to do. 

Ciattarelli said the faith in government is at an ...

'Affordable' Housing is 'Moral Obligation,' Gubernatorial Candidate Says

NEWARK, NJ - A Democratic assemblyman who is also a gubernatorial candidate has taken a stand on housing, calling "affordable” housing “a moral obligation.”

John Wisniewski believes that the state's housing issues should be tackled with a practical approach as part of a progressive agenda.

“We have to address this gap in our humanity," said Wisniewski, ...

Bridgewater-Raritan High School Alum Wins $10K on "Chopped"

March 27, 2017

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - He would time himself whenever he watched the show, giving himself 10 seconds to come up with the dish he would create out of the odd ingredients thrown at chefs through each round of the Food Network show “Chopped” — and that advance practice paid off when Bridgewater-Raritan High School graduate Dave Hadley had his chance to compete.

Hadley was one of four ...

10 Surprising Facts About St. Patrick's Day

According to WalletHub, more than 52% of Americans plan some type of celebration of St. Patrick's Day, and more than 82% of celebrants will wear green. Overall, $4.6 billion will be spent on dining, flags, clothing, and, of course, beer. Guinness estimates that more 13 million pints of its stout will  be consumed. While those facts might not be surprising, the following likely are:

1) ...

Snow Day? Bake Some Irish Soda Bread

WARREN, NJ - Okay, I'll admit it.  I grew up hating Irish soda bread.  Too dry.  Not good toasted. Weird shape.  People brought it to my house every St. Patrick's Day, and I graciously accepted it and tried to palm it off on my guests.  I made sure that everyone had some to take home.  Oy, such a generous hostess!

I finally learned to make it myself, to my ...

'Affordable' Housing is 'Moral Obligation,' Gubernatorial Candidate Says

March 20, 2017

NEWARK, NJ - A Democratic assemblyman who is also a gubernatorial candidate has taken a stand on housing, calling "affordable” housing “a moral obligation.”

John Wisniewski believes that the state's housing issues should be tackled with a practical approach as part of a progressive agenda.

“We have to address this gap in our humanity," said Wisniewski, ...

Spring is Hatching at Warren Township Schools

WARREN, NJ - Mother Nature has a sense of humor. As Warren Township (and much of the northeast) digs out from Winter Storm Stella, that sure sign of spring is hatching in our elementary schools... soft, fuzzy chicks.

Kindergarten students and first graders spent a week carefully tending to a dozen fertilized eggs in their classrooms, learning about a chick’s lifecycle while ...

Delayed Opening in Warren: Watch for Black Ice, High Winds and Downed Trees

WARREN, NJ - Update: All schools are closed  Wednesday, March 15.

 

Warren Township Schools and Watchung Hills Regional High School will have a delayed opening Wednesday due to inclement weather and poor road conditions. 

Due to possible refreezing overnight, the schools will reassess overnight for possible closure.

Watchung Hills says, "As we continue to ...

Lederman Family to Appear on ‘George to the Rescue’ Saturday

March 23, 2017

WESTFIELD, NJ — This Saturday’s episode of NBC’s home improvement show “George to the Rescue” will feature the Lederman family of Westfield. Darren Lederman died after a battle with Leukemia last March, leaving behind his wife, Warren teacher Stacey Katcher Lederman and children Emma and Noah.

“George to the Rescue,” starring George ...

A One Night Jazz Festival To Benefit St. Joseph's Social Service Center

 

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ – Fans of Jazz and music enthusiasts everywhere will enjoy “A One Night Jazz Festival,” featuring eight jazz artists, many with worldwide jazz reputations, Saturday, April 29, at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains.

The event supports the work of St. Joseph’s Social Service Center, a non-profit organization that serves the materially ...

Warren Board of Education Approves Tentative 2017-18 Budget

March 22, 2017

WARREN, NJ - After listening to an overview of contemplated changes, the Warren Township Board of Education approved the tentative 2017-18 budget on Monday. 

The total budget for 2017-18 is for an adjusted $42,492,100, a $706,896 increase over last year. 

The budget includes a proposed school district tax rate of .862, down from .872 last year. Taxes ...

Delayed Opening in Warren: Watch for Black Ice, High Winds and Downed Trees

WARREN, NJ - Update: All schools are closed  Wednesday, March 15.

 

Warren Township Schools and Watchung Hills Regional High School will have a delayed opening Wednesday due to inclement weather and poor road conditions. 

Due to possible refreezing overnight, the schools will reassess overnight for possible closure.

Watchung Hills says, "As we continue to ...

RWJUH/Somerset Offers Free Seminar on Joint Replacement Surgery

March 19, 2017

SOMERVILLE, NJ -  Achy joints? Millions of individuals struggle with pain and loss of motion due to damage caused by arthritis. A joint replacement may be the solution to regaining your quality of life.

Learn more about joint replacement surgery at a free education seminar on Thursday, March 23 from 7- 8:30 p.m. at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset’s Steeplechase ...

Warren Township Police Install “Project Medicine Drop” Box

WARREN, NJ - The Warren Township Police Department has joined the New Jersey Attorney General’s “Project Medicine Drop” initiative and have installed a Project Medicine Drop box at police headquarters. 

The new Project Medicine Drop Box is located in the lobby of the Warren Township Police Department, 44 Mountain Blvd. Warren, New Jersey ...

Lederman Family to Appear on ‘George to the Rescue’ Saturday

March 23, 2017

WESTFIELD, NJ — This Saturday’s episode of NBC’s home improvement show “George to the Rescue” will feature the Lederman family of Westfield. Darren Lederman died after a battle with Leukemia last March, leaving behind his wife, Warren teacher Stacey Katcher Lederman and children Emma and Noah.

“George to the Rescue,” starring George ...

Update on Stella in Warren: Road Closures and Openings

WARREN, NJ - Winter storm Stella is still causing trouble in Warren on Wednesday.

 

The eastern end of Reinman Road is closed for poor road conditions between Old Stirling Road and Dubois Road. 

 

While open, King George Road is also in bad condition.  Warrenville Road and Washington Avenue, Hillcrest Road and Morning Glory Road are open.

Mount ...

Update on Stella: Warren Schools Close for Day 2

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Schools and Watchung Hills Regional High School have decided that due to hazardous road conditions, all schools are closed and all after school activities are canceled on Wednesday, March 15. 

Warren Township Schools "Coffee with the Superintendent" -- originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 15 at 9:30 a.m. -- has been ...

Credit Card Fraud and Theft of Jewelry, Hearing Aid, and License Plate Reported over Weekend in Warren

March 27, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Two thefts and an instance of credit card fraud were reported over the weekend, according to a report released by the Warren Township Police on Monday.

A ring, a hearing aid and a gold chain pendant valued at a total of $2,375 were reported missing on Friday by a Hillsborough resident. The items were removed from her purse while at Saly G's on Dec. 31,2016, the report ...

Armed Robbery at Warren's Krauszers, Police Seek Suspect

WARREN, NJ - Police are looking for a burglary suspect after an armed burglary at Krauszer's on Stirling Road on Sunday night, according to the Breaking News Network (BNN), which monitors emergency radio activity.

The incident took place around 9 p.m., according to BNN. The service said the suspect fled on foot and police are searching for a white male, 50-60 years old with medium ...

Two Motor Vehicle Burglaries in One Day: Warren Township Police Motor Vehicle Burglary Prevention Tips

WARREN, NJ - Two vehicles, parked at a local daycare center on Mountain Boulevard, were entered and a purse, a wallet, cash and an iPhone were removed on Tuesday, police said.

The items were left on the front seats of the vehicles all in plain view. 

A purse containing $400 in cash was removed from an unlocked vehicle at 5:47 p.m. and a wallet containing $640 in cash and an iPhone were ...

'Affordable' Housing is 'Moral Obligation,' Gubernatorial Candidate Says

March 20, 2017

NEWARK, NJ - A Democratic assemblyman who is also a gubernatorial candidate has taken a stand on housing, calling "affordable” housing “a moral obligation.”

John Wisniewski believes that the state's housing issues should be tackled with a practical approach as part of a progressive agenda.

“We have to address this gap in our humanity," said Wisniewski, ...

OLM Invites Warren Community to Family Movie Night

March 24, 2017

WARREN, NJ - The confirmation class of Our Lady of the Mount invites the Community to watch the newly released movie "SING" at Our Lady of the Mount Church 167 Mt Bethel Road on Saturday March 25 at 6 p.m.

$5 per person includes movie, pizza slice, popcorn, and water with other refreshments available for purchase.Sign up below, walk ins ...

Memorial to Honor Legacy of "Ministerman" John Graf

SOMERVILLE. NJ - John Graf, Jr. was known for his ministry as much as his philanthropy and efforts to support good causes throughout Somerset County, including Somerset Treatment Services.

He worked with STS for over 20 years, helping to forge advocacy and support programs for

Graf died March 6, 2016. He was 57.

STS is hoping to raise $2,000 to honor Graf's legacy and install a ...

WHRHS Girls Basketball: Four Warriors Receive All Conference Honors

March 25, 2017

 

WARREN, NJ - Four Watchung Hills girls basketball players were selected to the All Skyland Conference Raritan division teams. 

Julia Cunningham - 1st Team

Jess Santo  - 1st Team

Alexa Santo - 2nd Team

Jayden Baltuch - 2nd Team

"Placing two players on both the first and second teams for the Skyland Conference is a testament to our girls talent and ability to ...

WHRHS Boys Basketball: Three Warriors Receive All Conference Honors

WARREN, NJ - Two Watchung Hills boys basketball players were selected to the All Skyland Conference Raritan division teams and one received honorable mention.

Dan Pilsbury - 1st Team

Steven Bressler - 2nd Team

Gavin DeFuria - Honorable Mention

"Proud of Dan, Steven, and Gavin on receiving this honor, said WHRHS head coach Justin Salton. "It's especially nice that this ...

Warren's Daniel Edelman Named to 2017 id2 National Selection International Tour to Spain

CHARLESTON, SC - Daniel Edelman of Warren is among eighteen boys soccer players selected to the id² National Selection team roster as part of the 2017 id² National Selection International Tour to Spain.  Cameron Dunbar (Albion SC) and Warren Middle School eighth grader, Edelman (PDA) return from the 2016 id² National Selection International Tour where ...

Warren 7th Grader Wins TIME for Kids 2017 Poetry Contest

March 27, 2017

WARREN, NJ - “My locker is a monster, it’s absolutely true! It eats my books, my bag, my pens; once it ate my shoes!”

With that entertaining opening verse of “My Locker is a Monster,” 13-year-old Inica Kotasthane became the Grand Prize winner of this year’s TIME for Kids Poetry Contest.

Kotasthane’s rhythmic poem was among 1,500 ...

Warren, Green Brook and WHRHS Issue Invitation to Survey School Communications

 

WARREN, NJ - Ensuring accurate, timely, and trustworthy communication with key stakeholders is integral to supporting student success.

Toward that end, the Warren Township and Watchung Hills School Districts wil be conducting a comprehensive audit of district and building communications with key audiences, identifying areas of strength and opportunities for ...

Warren 7th Grader Wins TIME for Kids 2017 Poetry Contest

March 27, 2017

WARREN, NJ - “My locker is a monster, it’s absolutely true! It eats my books, my bag, my pens; once it ate my shoes!”

With that entertaining opening verse of “My Locker is a Monster,” 13-year-old Inica Kotasthane became the Grand Prize winner of this year’s TIME for Kids Poetry Contest.

Kotasthane’s rhythmic poem was among 1,500 ...

Warren, Green Brook and WHRHS Issue Invitation to Survey School Communications

 

WARREN, NJ - Ensuring accurate, timely, and trustworthy communication with key stakeholders is integral to supporting student success.

Toward that end, the Warren Township and Watchung Hills School Districts wil be conducting a comprehensive audit of district and building communications with key audiences, identifying areas of strength and opportunities for ...

WHRHS Girls Basketball: Four Warriors Receive All Conference Honors

March 25, 2017

 

WARREN, NJ - Four Watchung Hills girls basketball players were selected to the All Skyland Conference Raritan division teams. 

Julia Cunningham - 1st Team

Jess Santo  - 1st Team

Alexa Santo - 2nd Team

Jayden Baltuch - 2nd Team

"Placing two players on both the first and second teams for the Skyland Conference is a testament to our girls talent and ability to ...

WHRHS Boys Basketball: Three Warriors Receive All Conference Honors

WARREN, NJ - Two Watchung Hills boys basketball players were selected to the All Skyland Conference Raritan division teams and one received honorable mention.

Dan Pilsbury - 1st Team

Steven Bressler - 2nd Team

Gavin DeFuria - Honorable Mention

"Proud of Dan, Steven, and Gavin on receiving this honor, said WHRHS head coach Justin Salton. "It's especially nice that this ...

WHRHS Music Students and Parents Plead for Funding as Board of Education Approves Tentative Budget

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills Regional High School Board of Education approved the tentative 2017-18 budget on Tuesday after hearing from a room full of music students and parents in attendance pleading for additional funding for the school's music programs.

Enrollment is declining. The projected enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year is 2,046 students, which is approximately 60 less ...

Man Takes Child Hostage in New Jersey

March 26, 2017

ELIZABETH, NJ – A man was taken into custody by Elizabeth police at approximately 3:45 pm Saturday after a hostage situation developed at 9 am.

The incident occurred at Mravlag Manor when the man reportedly took a 6-year-old child as hostage in what was believed to be a domestic dispute.

The man, who refused to leave the apartment, was believed to be armed and a SWAT team ...

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Have You Seen Lucy?

March 20, 2017

 

SOMERSET COUNTY, NJ - Have you seen Lucy? 

Lucy has been missing from Weavers Lane in Whitehouse Station since March 18.  She is a 12 week old female shepherd lab/husky mix wearing a blue collar with polka dots but no tags. She is microchipped. Contact 908-310-1452. 

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Mon, March 27, 9:30 AM

SCLSNJ's Warren Township Library branch, Warren

Family Read Aloud Month: Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead

Arts & Entertainment

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Tue, March 28, 9:30 AM

SCLSNJ's Warren Township Library branch, Warren

Family Read Aloud Month: Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead

Arts & Entertainment

Tue, March 28, 6:30 PM

Short Stories Bookshop & Community Hub, Madison

"The Happy Book Happy Hour" with author Rachel ...

Arts & Entertainment Education Giving Back Health & Wellness

Rutgers Appoints Warren's Karen Kessler to Chair Ethics Cabinet

March 27, 2017

The Institute for Ethical Leadership (IEL) at Rutgers Business School is pleased to announce Karen J. Kessler as Chair of its Executive Business Cabinet.  Ms. Kessler, President and Founder of Evergreen PR, is recognized for her sound counsel and creative communications approach to handling ethical dilemmas faced by a high-profile client base. She recently ...

Safe Sleep for Babies Requires Effort from All, Warren's KBS Founder says

WARREN, NJ - For more than a decade, my organization, Keeping Babies Safe (KBS), has sounded the steady drumbeat of safe sleep awareness, which in turn has created bans on dangerous products and has helped enact laws that work to ensure babies are sleeping safely.

 

In 2017, KBS kicked off its latest awareness campaign designed to promote safe sleep ...

Obituaries

- Mar 12, 2017
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Edward K. Larsen, 94, passed away on Sunday, March 12, 2017 at JFK ...
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RWJUH/Somerset Offers Free Seminar on Joint Replacement Surgery

March 19, 2017

SOMERVILLE, NJ -  Achy joints? Millions of individuals struggle with pain and loss of motion due to damage caused by arthritis. A joint replacement may be the solution to regaining your quality of life.

Learn more about joint replacement surgery at a free education seminar on Thursday, March 23 from 7- 8:30 p.m. at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset’s Steeplechase ...

Hilltop Players 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' Opens Thursday, March 16

Large Cast Fills Stage with Humor, Great Vocals and High Energy Dance

 

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Although rehearsals have been disrupted with back to back school closures on Tuesday and Wednesday due to the untimely snow storm this week, Gov. Livingston Hilltop Players' production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" is set to open Thursday night at ...

Warren Township Police Install “Project Medicine Drop” Box

WARREN, NJ - The Warren Township Police Department has joined the New Jersey Attorney General’s “Project Medicine Drop” initiative and have installed a Project Medicine Drop box at police headquarters. 

The new Project Medicine Drop Box is located in the lobby of the Warren Township Police Department, 44 Mountain Blvd. Warren, New Jersey ...

Don’t Mistake Leonard Lance’s Alleged ‘No’ Vote for Progress

March 16, 2017

After two disastrous town halls and constant protestors at his local offices, Congressman Leonard Lance has suddenly reversed course and announced that he would vote against the so-called Affordable Health Care Act. Sounds great, right? Well, no. It’s not quite that simple, and this deceptive statement should not mollify anyone who truly opposes the AHCA.

Let’s take a step back.

Union Hotel: Voice Your Concerns

To the editor:

The proposed development of Main Street in Flemington would create dramatic changes to our area. There is strong opposition to this development as it clearly will change the landscape of Main Street. It would destroy treasured buildings: the Union Hotel and three others. The development would increase traffic with one of the buildings having occupancy for a 900 parking space ...

Warren Library Hosts Business Makers Day

March 27, 2017

 

WARREN, NJ - Friday was Business Makers Day at Somerset County Library System of New Jersey's (SCLSNJ) Warren Township Library branch. 

 

Over 20 local business professionals attended the mini-conference; attendees networked and learned about social media, website content, library services, and even office yoga.

 

The presenters included SCLSNJ librarian ...

Spring Nature Ride At Lord Stirling Stable Novice and Non-Riders Welcome

BASKING RIDGE, NJ - The Friends of Lord Stirling Stable will host the annual Spring Nature Ride on Sunday, April 2, 2017 on the trails of Somerset County Park Commission Lord Stirling Stable at 256 South Maple Avenue in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. The hour-long ride will begin at 8:30 A.M., with check-in at 8:00 A.M. 

This horseback riding event is open to all adult ...

NJTPA Funds $350,000 Study of Picket Place Bridge

 

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Somerset County will oversee a study of options for rehabilitating or replacing the Picket Place (CR 567) Bridge in Branchburg and Hillsborough townships.

The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority approved $350,000 in federal funds for the study at its March meeting.

“This study is an important first step in determining how to address the Picket ...

Memorial to Honor Legacy of "Ministerman" John Graf

SOMERVILLE. NJ - John Graf, Jr. was known for his ministry as much as his philanthropy and efforts to support good causes throughout Somerset County, including Somerset Treatment Services.

He worked with STS for over 20 years, helping to forge advocacy and support programs for

Graf died March 6, 2016. He was 57.

STS is hoping to raise $2,000 to honor Graf's legacy and install a ...

Fifth Annual Get LBI Running 5K Scheduled for May 20

March 20, 2017

SURF CITY, NJ - Get LBI Running will hold its fifth annual charity 5K run/walk on Saturday, May 20 at 9 a.m. to benefit the Surf City Volunteer Fire Department and EMS.

Since its start in 2013, the race has attracted over 1,000 participants and raised more than $22,500 to benefit the Surf City Volunteer Fire Department and EMS. The race was launched as a way to give back to Surf ...

Have You Seen Lucy?

March 20, 2017

 

SOMERSET COUNTY, NJ - Have you seen Lucy? 

Lucy has been missing from Weavers Lane in Whitehouse Station since March 18.  She is a 12 week old female shepherd lab/husky mix wearing a blue collar with polka dots but no tags. She is microchipped. Contact 908-310-1452. 

Tips for Avoiding Identity Theft

March 22, 2017

Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the country, says the credit bureau TransUnion, with almost 10 million incidents a year. In fact, the bureau calculates that every minute, 19 people become victims, and the average cost to the victim is $500 and 30 hours to straighten out the mess.

In these days of phishing emails, viruses that enable criminals to steal your identify, and our ...

Murder on the Orient Express

‘Murder on the Orient Express’ streams along in sizzling suspense

By Liz Keill

PRINCETON, NJ – Agatha Christie’s murder mystery, “Murder on the Orient Express,” has received a terrific stage adaptation by Ken Ludwig. He’s taken a few liberties with the numerous characters, but has tightened the story line so that it all works seamlessly.

Ludwig ...

Imagine Trains Newest Class of Volunteer Facilitators

Eleven new volunteers attended our four-day volunteer facilitator training to help Imagine start a fifth Night of Support.

“The training has restored my belief in the compassion of all and was truly transformative. I have learned so much and my life will be, and already has been, enriched by the knowledge shared.” - Stephanie Naphtali.

Thank you as always to our ...

Without Mercy by Jefferson Bass

Without Mercy: A Body Farm Novel by Jefferson Bass (Harper Collins, 2016)

In James Patterson's Master Class, an online course which I recommend highly to aspiring authors, Patterson talks about the validity of writing with a partner. Patterson notes several well respected creative teams like Lennon and McCartney, Simon and Garfunkle, and explains that combining the creative juices of two ...