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On Heroin and Homeless in New Jersey

February 25, 2017

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Chelline and Rick were robbed at knife point around 8:30 a.m. on a weekday morning.

The robbery occurred two weeks ago on Joyce Kilmer Avenue, near New Street. Chelline was punched three times, breaking her nose, before she ran to get help from officers in the nearby family courthouse. Rick, now with staples in his stomach, took a beating that landed him in the ...

Warren's Camp Riverbend Co-Founder Dies, Community Mourns

WARREN, NJ - The news was broken on Camp Riverbend's Facebook page. Marianne Breene, co-founder of the camp and a mother and grandmother figure to scores of campers, has died.

"It is with great sadness that we announce that our mother, matriarch and Camp Riverbend co-founder, Marianne Breene, died peacefully last night surrounded by her husband of 65 years Harold, children and ...

Drama in Warren: Save the Dates for the Plays

February 25, 2017

 

WARREN, NJ - Save the dates for the Warren Middle School and Watchung Hills Regional High School spring plays.

 

Warren Middle School will be performing Legally Blonde Jr. on Thursday March 16 and Friday March 17 at 7 p.m.

 

TICKETS will go on sale approximately two weeks before the show and will be available for purchase at the ...

Somerset Patriots National Anthem Auditions Set For Saturday, March 11

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset Patriots, along with Magic 98.3 FM and WCTC 1450 AM will host National Anthem Auditions on March 11 from 12:00 Noon to 4:00  p.m. at the Bridgewater Commons Mall. 

The event will be a fundraiser designed to benefit Operation Shoebox New Jersey, an all-volunteer organization dedicated to collecting donated supplies to ship care packages to U.S.

Warren Township Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Guest Speaker on Music Therapy on Feb. 23

February 22, 2017

WARREN, NJ - The Warren community is invited to the next meeting of the Warren Township Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Feb. 23. Join for breakfast and an opportunity to network with other businesses. 

February's meeting will be at The Chelsea at Warren.

Enjoy a special presentation from Karen Kowalski from Accessing Music Promoting Success LLC. Her program implements ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - With a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the meeting, a petition to ...

Warren Township Board of Education Discusses Bus Routes and Start Times

February 22, 2017

WARREN, NJ -  Some Warren Township School District bus routes may be consolidated with school start times slightly adjusted saving the district $122,876 for the 2017-18 school year.

One of the district's goals to come out of the Study To Examine Enrollment Project (STEEP ) was to determine whether to extend bus routes to a maximum ride time of 30-35 minutes to minimize the number of ...

Bus Drivers in Warren Township Schools Learn Powerful Communication Tools; American Sign Language

WARREN, NJ - Not surprisingly, school bus drivers must pass rigorous skills and knowledge testing, hold a commercial driver’s license, and meet vision, hearing, and other requirements. For van drivers and bus aides in the Warren Township School District, there is additional training that takes a somewhat unexpected, yet important, step further.

“This is the sign for ...

Chef Lance Knowling's Bacon Popcorn is a Movie Night Winner

February 25, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - Chef Lance Knowling has cast some American favorite flavors in starring roles for his 'Movie Night Bacon Cheddar Popcorn' and the reviews are, well, the last bowl we made is empty so you decide.  

The premise is simple, pop corn in bacon grease, toss with salt, chopped bacon and shredded cheddar. Then devour. Those of us who are in the habit of saving our ...

A Taste of Tewksbury

TEWKSBURY, NJ - The Woman's Club of Tewksbury Township will host A Taste of Tewksbury on Saturday, March 25 at 6 p.m.

The event will be held at Merck and Company, 600 Corporate Drive in Readington. Use Lebanon for GPS.

The event, sponsored by Tewksbury Fine Wines and Spirits, will host 13 restaurants offering gourmet food selections and premium wine, bourbon and whiskey tastings. A ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

Countdown to the Removal of 600 Year Old Oak Tree

February 22, 2017

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - A timeline for events leading up to the removal of the white oak tree that has stood for more than half a millennium - and around which the village of Basking Ridge grew up - is now in place. The date on which work will begin to take down the tree has been set for April 24.

The Historical Society of The Somerset Hills, which has set up a gofundme site to help ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

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

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Schools and Watchung Hills Regional High School will have a delayed opening Monday due to inclement weather and poor road conditions. 

The snow is over, however freezing overnight temperatures have left roadways slick with black ice and the National Weather Service has issued a a High Wind Watch through Monday afternoon.

In Long Hill ...

Rutgers Football Players Assist at Operation Shoebox New Jersey Packing

February 18, 2017

MANVILLE, NJ  - More than 300 volunteers helped Operation Shoebox New Jersey commemorate its 12th anniversary Saturday by packing  1.200 personal care packages that will be shipped to United States military personnel stationed around the world.

Several members of the Rutgers football team came to help, as did several other groups, including the Boy Scouts, Troop 193; Girl Scouts, a ...

Warren's Unique Twist on Charitable Giving

WARREN, NJ - As part of a multi-week character education project, students at Warren Middle School turned a canned food drive into an artistic tour de force.

Sixth graders first viewed the documentary “Hunger in America” last month, before discussing the importance of empathy and volunteerism. The entire school community collected approximately 1,000 cans of food, which were ...

Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Warren and Somerset County

February 25, 2017

WARREN, NJ - The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Warren and the surrounding area

According to the National Weather Service winds in excess of 40 mph and pea size hail are possible during storm watch which will remain in effect until 9 p.m. tonight. 

Part of the National Weather Services' warning includes the following:

Torrential ...

Warren Township Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Guest Speaker on Music Therapy on Feb. 23

WARREN, NJ - The Warren community is invited to the next meeting of the Warren Township Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Feb. 23. Join for breakfast and an opportunity to network with other businesses. 

February's meeting will be at The Chelsea at Warren.

Enjoy a special presentation from Karen Kowalski from Accessing Music Promoting Success LLC. Her program implements ...

Overlook Medical Center Named Among 'America's 100 Best Hospitals' by Healthgrades

February 22, 2017

SUMMIT, NJ -- Overlook Medical Center, part of Atlantic Health System, has been recognized as one of ‘America’s 100 Best Hospitals’ for clinical excellence by consumer rankings group Healthgrades. The designation places Overlook in the top 2 percent of hospitals in the nation for clinical performance.

“As health care becomes ever more focused on value, the national ...

Bus Drivers in Warren Township Schools Learn Powerful Communication Tools; American Sign Language

WARREN, NJ - Not surprisingly, school bus drivers must pass rigorous skills and knowledge testing, hold a commercial driver’s license, and meet vision, hearing, and other requirements. For van drivers and bus aides in the Warren Township School District, there is additional training that takes a somewhat unexpected, yet important, step further.

“This is the sign for ...

Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Warren and Somerset County

February 25, 2017

WARREN, NJ - The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Warren and the surrounding area

According to the National Weather Service winds in excess of 40 mph and pea size hail are possible during storm watch which will remain in effect until 9 p.m. tonight. 

Part of the National Weather Services' warning includes the following:

Torrential ...

Grow a High Yield Vegetable Garden This Season

WARREN, NJ - Spend less time and money while growing a bounty of flavorful vegetables this growing season. Increase your harvest, even in small garden spaces, with proper planning and easy care, high yielding vegetables.

A productive garden starts with a plan, but choosing the best vegetables to grow and where to plant them can be overwhelming.

You can break out the graph paper and pencils ...

Weather Causes Power Outage on Warren's East Side

WARREN, NJ - Inclement weather is the stated cause for a power outage affecting the east side of Warren on Monday, JCP&L says.

According to JCP&L at 1:30 p.m., they are awaiting dispatch with expected restoration of power to the majority of affected customers in the Wolf Hill neighborhood by Monday at 11:30 PM

The National Weather Service has issued a a ...

Robertson Sworn to 5-Year Term as Somerset County Prosecutor

February 24, 2017

 

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Surrounded by family, his peers, his mentors, members of the judiciary and the political elite of Somerset County, Michael H. Robertson was formally sworn in as Somerset County Prosecutor Thursday afternoon, promising to ramp up the war against drugs and to reach out to the community for help.

“I am committed to engaging in a dialogue with people from all ...

Pocketbook Stolen from Warren Club, Suspect Arrested

WARREN, NJ - A pocketbook was reported stolen from the Warren Racquets Club on Mount Bethel Road on Monday, according to a report released by the Warren police.

Following an investigation, Maria Kumka-Kuttner of Bedminster was arrested and charged with theft of movable property with a court date pending, police said. 

Residents are reminded to lock their car doors and to ...

Pocketbook Stolen from Warren Club, Suspect Arrested

February 22, 2017

WARREN, NJ - A pocketbook was reported stolen from the Warren Racquets Club on Mount Bethel Road on Monday, according to a report released by the Warren police.

Following an investigation, Maria Kumka-Kuttner of Bedminster was arrested and charged with theft of movable property with a court date pending, police said. 

Residents are reminded to lock their car doors and to ...

Cadillac Escalade Stolen, Two Other Vehicles Burglarized in Warren

WARREN, NJ -  Three burglaries were reported in Warren on Monday, according to a report released by the Warren Township Police on Tuesday. 

A Tall Oaks Drive resident reported the theft of a 2015 Cadillac Escalade. The investigation is ongoing, police say.

A Smoke Rise Drive resident reported a burglary of an unlocked vehicle. A pair of $100 sunglasses was taken. 

And a ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

February 15, 2017

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - With a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the meeting, a petition to ...

Warren's Camp Riverbend Co-Founder Dies, Community Mourns

February 24, 2017

WARREN, NJ - The news was broken on Camp Riverbend's Facebook page. Marianne Breene, co-founder of the camp and a mother and grandmother figure to scores of campers, has died.

"It is with great sadness that we announce that our mother, matriarch and Camp Riverbend co-founder, Marianne Breene, died peacefully last night surrounded by her husband of 65 years Harold, children and ...

Countdown to the Removal of 600 Year Old Oak Tree

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - A timeline for events leading up to the removal of the white oak tree that has stood for more than half a millennium - and around which the village of Basking Ridge grew up - is now in place. The date on which work will begin to take down the tree has been set for April 24.

The Historical Society of The Somerset Hills, which has set up a gofundme site to help ...

WHRHS Hockey: McHugh Stops 43 as Warriors Upset Hunterdon Central in NJSIAA State Tournament Shootout

February 25, 2017

FLEMINGTON, NJ - Watchung Hills upset the Hunterdon Central Red Devils in a shootout, 1-0 after playing to a 3-3 tie in the NJSIAA/Devils Public A state tournament at Flemington Ice Arena on Friday.

Watchung Hills goalie Ryan McHugh stopped all five Hunterdon Central shootout attempts and after a scoreless OT, Michael Brady slapped in the lone goal in the shootout for Watchung ...

WHRHS Boys Basketball: Warriors Drop Last Home Game to Voorhees, 61-58

WARREN, NJ - It came down to the last minute, tied 58-58 but Watchung Hills lost the contest to Voorhees on Friday, 61-58.

 

Cheered on by the Watchung Hills pep band and the aloha tribe fans, the game was tied 18-18 after the first period.  

 

Dan Pilsbury and Drew Taylor each scored 18 points and combined for 19 rebounds for Watchung Hills. Steven Bressler sunk eight ...

WHRHS Boys Basketball: Warriors Defeat Warren Hills in Double OT, 67-64

WASHINGTON, NJ - Dan Pilsbury scored 20 points to lead the Watchung Hills boys basketball team over Warren Hills in double overtime on Thursday, 67-64.

Noah Allen and Steven Bressler each scored 13 points, while Drew Taylor added nine points for Watchung Hills. Gavin DeFuria scored eight points and Brian Leon and Ryan Keller each chipped in two.

The Warriors took a 32-23 lead into the half ...

Warren Township Board of Education Discusses Bus Routes and Start Times

February 22, 2017

WARREN, NJ -  Some Warren Township School District bus routes may be consolidated with school start times slightly adjusted saving the district $122,876 for the 2017-18 school year.

One of the district's goals to come out of the Study To Examine Enrollment Project (STEEP ) was to determine whether to extend bus routes to a maximum ride time of 30-35 minutes to minimize the number of ...

Bus Drivers in Warren Township Schools Learn Powerful Communication Tools; American Sign Language

WARREN, NJ - Not surprisingly, school bus drivers must pass rigorous skills and knowledge testing, hold a commercial driver’s license, and meet vision, hearing, and other requirements. For van drivers and bus aides in the Warren Township School District, there is additional training that takes a somewhat unexpected, yet important, step further.

“This is the sign for ...

Drama in Warren: Save the Dates for the Plays

February 25, 2017

 

WARREN, NJ - Save the dates for the Warren Middle School and Watchung Hills Regional High School spring plays.

 

Warren Middle School will be performing Legally Blonde Jr. on Thursday March 16 and Friday March 17 at 7 p.m.

 

TICKETS will go on sale approximately two weeks before the show and will be available for purchase at the ...

Warren Township Board of Education Discusses Bus Routes and Start Times

WARREN, NJ -  Some Warren Township School District bus routes may be consolidated with school start times slightly adjusted saving the district $122,876 for the 2017-18 school year.

One of the district's goals to come out of the Study To Examine Enrollment Project (STEEP ) was to determine whether to extend bus routes to a maximum ride time of 30-35 minutes to minimize the number of ...

Drama in Warren: Save the Dates for the Plays

February 25, 2017

 

WARREN, NJ - Save the dates for the Warren Middle School and Watchung Hills Regional High School spring plays.

 

Warren Middle School will be performing Legally Blonde Jr. on Thursday March 16 and Friday March 17 at 7 p.m.

 

TICKETS will go on sale approximately two weeks before the show and will be available for purchase at the ...

WHRHS Hockey: McHugh Stops 43 as Warriors Upset Hunterdon Central in NJSIAA State Tournament Shootout

FLEMINGTON, NJ - Watchung Hills upset the Hunterdon Central Red Devils in a shootout, 1-0 after playing to a 3-3 tie in the NJSIAA/Devils Public A state tournament at Flemington Ice Arena on Friday.

Watchung Hills goalie Ryan McHugh stopped all five Hunterdon Central shootout attempts and after a scoreless OT, Michael Brady slapped in the lone goal in the shootout for Watchung ...

WHRHS Boys Basketball: Warriors Drop Last Home Game to Voorhees, 61-58

WARREN, NJ - It came down to the last minute, tied 58-58 but Watchung Hills lost the contest to Voorhees on Friday, 61-58.

 

Cheered on by the Watchung Hills pep band and the aloha tribe fans, the game was tied 18-18 after the first period.  

 

Dan Pilsbury and Drew Taylor each scored 18 points and combined for 19 rebounds for Watchung Hills. Steven Bressler sunk eight ...

On Heroin and Homeless in New Jersey

February 25, 2017

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Chelline and Rick were robbed at knife point around 8:30 a.m. on a weekday morning.

The robbery occurred two weeks ago on Joyce Kilmer Avenue, near New Street. Chelline was punched three times, breaking her nose, before she ran to get help from officers in the nearby family courthouse. Rick, now with staples in his stomach, took a beating that landed him in the ...

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Lost Dog - Luna

February 21, 2017

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Luna, a black and white Border Collie, has been missing from its New Providence home since Monday morning. There have been various sightings, most recently in the vicinity of Lawrence Drive in Berkeley Heights.

Luna is newly adopted and used to be named "Shady." She was first seen around 10:30 a.m. behind the New Providence Presbyterian Church on ...

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Gov. Christie Signs Life-Saving Drug Addiction Reform, Ensuring Immediate Covered Treatment

February 26, 2017

TRENTON, NJ  - New Jersey now has America’s strongest addiction recovery reform program following the signing by Gov. Chris Christie of Senate bill S-3/A-3, a bi-partisan measure which requires health insurance coverage for treatment of substance abuse disease as well as providing a maximum limit of five days on initial opioid prescriptions, which ...

Free College Planning Seminars Announced

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Rana Slosberg, of Slosberg College Solutions LLC, will present two free college planning seminars in March 2017 at the Somerset County Business Partnership, 360 Grove Street, Bridgewater, New Jersey.

The first seminar, “Finding Colleges That Fit You,” is for high school students and their parents and will be presented on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 from 3:30 to 4:45 ...

Obituaries

Peter S. Piro, Sr., 72, of South Plainfield passed away on Sunday, January 19, 2014 at Robert Wood ...
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Weather Causes Power Outage on Warren's East Side

February 13, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Inclement weather is the stated cause for a power outage affecting the east side of Warren on Monday, JCP&L says.

According to JCP&L at 1:30 p.m., they are awaiting dispatch with expected restoration of power to the majority of affected customers in the Wolf Hill neighborhood by Monday at 11:30 PM

The National Weather Service has issued a a ...

Warren Municipal Offices Close for Move to new Town Hall

WARREN, NJ - The new Warren Town Hall opens for employees on Monday, Feb. 13,  however, it will be closed to the public Monday and Tuesday in order to allow staff to unpack boxes that were transported from the old Municipal Building by the moving company over the weekend .

The new building will open to the public on Wednesday, February 15, at 8:30 ...

Warrenbrook Senior Center Closes in Anticipation of Storm, No Meals on Wheels

WARREN, NJ - The Warrenbrook senior center and senior centers operated by the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services will be closedThursday, Feb. 9, in anticipation of Winter Storm Niko: Quail Brook, Hillsborough, Montgomery and the Senior Wellness Centers in Bernards and Bridgewater.

There will be NO Meals on Wheels deliveries on Feb.

Robertson Sworn to 5-Year Term as Somerset County Prosecutor

February 24, 2017

 

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Surrounded by family, his peers, his mentors, members of the judiciary and the political elite of Somerset County, Michael H. Robertson was formally sworn in as Somerset County Prosecutor Thursday afternoon, promising to ramp up the war against drugs and to reach out to the community for help.

“I am committed to engaging in a dialogue with people from all ...

Countdown to the Removal of 600 Year Old Oak Tree

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - A timeline for events leading up to the removal of the white oak tree that has stood for more than half a millennium - and around which the village of Basking Ridge grew up - is now in place. The date on which work will begin to take down the tree has been set for April 24.

The Historical Society of The Somerset Hills, which has set up a gofundme site to help ...

Rutgers Football Players Assist at Operation Shoebox New Jersey Packing

MANVILLE, NJ  - More than 300 volunteers helped Operation Shoebox New Jersey commemorate its 12th anniversary Saturday by packing  1.200 personal care packages that will be shipped to United States military personnel stationed around the world.

Several members of the Rutgers football team came to help, as did several other groups, including the Boy Scouts, Troop 193; Girl Scouts, a ...

New York Man Arrested with a Kilogram of Cocaine

NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Jossie A. Lopez of New York, NY was arrested and charged with 1st degree, possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute, and 3rd degree, possession of CDS (cocaine) in North Plainfield on February 14th.  The cocaine seized has a estimated street value of $80,000, according to the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office.

Somerset County Prosecutor ...

Fred's Beach Haven Diner Reopens Tomorrow for Breakfast and Lunch

February 17, 2017

BEACH HAVEN, NJ - Fred's Beach Haven Diner, located at 305 North Bay Avenue in Beach Haven, will reopen tomorrow, February 17, for breakfast and lunch from 6:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The diner will only be open on Friday, Saturday, and Sundays through the end of March.

Monday February 20, it will also be open for President's Day. 

Starting in April, Fred's will be open 7 days ...

"Go, Dog. Go!": Warren Students Read to Therapy Dog Angus

February 20, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Angus, a 20-month-old certified therapy dog from Creature Comfort Pet Therapy in Morris Plains, visited Mount Horeb School on Friday, Feb. 3, eagerly listening to first graders read a passage from a book of their choice as part of a monthly partnership to encourage young readers.

Teacher Denise Kennedy used a PTO grant to pair the youngsters with a therapy dog ...

The Medicare Annual Wellness Visit

February 22, 2017

Is the AWV visit a physical? How much will it cost me?

If you have traditional Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan, you are eligible for a specific type of visit without any out-of-pocket cost called the Annual Wellness Visit (AWV).

During this visit, your primary care provider will address your preventive care needs such as vaccinations, risk assessments, and screenings. They will ...

Summit Medical Group Offers Five Things Parents Should Know about the Measles

Measles is making headlines again in the new year. An infant who had not been vaccinated and an adult who traveled overseas were recently diagnosed with the highly contagious disease in North Jersey. In 2016, there was not a single case reported in the garden state.

“It is concerning to see a disease that had once been eliminated in the U.S. resurfacing in our area,” says Daniel E.

‘Shipwrecked’ Rollicks Along at Dreamcatcher Theatre

SUMMIT, NJ – You may be in for a high seas adventure if you visit “Shipwrecked! An Entertainment, The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (as Told by Himself).”

This 90-minute play by Donald Margulies has plenty to keep you entranced. Margulies has won just about every theatre award possible for such plays as “Time Stands Still” and “Dinner with ...

I Loved Her at the Movies by Robert J. Wagner and Scott Eyman

I Loved Her at the Movies: Memories of Hollywood’s Legendary Actresses by Robert J. Wagner with Scott Eyman (Viking, 2016)

 

I Loved Her at the Movies, by veteran actor Robert J. Wagner, begins with his first encounter with a major screen star, Norma Shearer. At the age of eight, Wagner was a school mate of Irving Thalberg, Jr., Shearer’s son. One notable weekend Thalberg ...