I have resisted jumping on the bandwagon that signals out politicians as the front-runners in the lapsed judgment department. While they are very well represented in the Bad Behavior Olympics, in truth, they also have a lot of company with people from all walks of life.
I recently looked at the reviews of the movies that are being shown and how many stars they seem to be worth. Here I go again. To begin with, maybe I shouldn’t comment about it, but it’s tough not to.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – Union County College Senior Professor of History, Dr. Lawrence Hogan, will be leading a talk at the opening of an exhibit about the history of Black Baseball at Yankee Stadium.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County will present a Build a Rain Barrel workshop at the EARTH Center, in Davidson’s Mill Pond Park, 42 Riva Avenue, South Brunswick, on July 14 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
“Cave of Forgotten Dreams,” filmmaker Werner Herzog’s exclusive peek at the Chauvet Cave discovered by Jean-Marie Chauvet and fellow speleologists (cave mavens) Eliette Brunel-Deschamps and Christian Hillaire in 1994, makes a point.
UNION – On Sunday, Calvary Assembly of God will host the East Central North Section Pentecost Rally at 6 p.m. Pentecost is the event described in Acts, Chapter 2, as the beginning of the Christian church.
WOODBRIDGE — Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Church, 625 Florida Grove Road, in the Hopelawn section of Woodbridge, will be hosting its annual Festa honoring St. Anthony on Saturday, June 11 from noon to 8 p.m. in Msgr. Gambino Hall.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The Actor Children’s Theatre at Wagner College will stage its production of “Annie Jr.” at Wagner College’s Sutter Gymnasium in the Spiro Sports Center on Friday, June 17 and Saturday, June 18 at 7 p.m.
MILLBURN–Since their inception in 1996, the Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theatre have ignited the careers of many notable performers, all of whom attended high school in New Jersey.
Dear EarthTalk: What will be the effect of all the flooding along the Mississippi River for organic farmers, given all the pollutants in the water? When they recover, can they still certify their products as organic? — Michael O’Loughlin, Tigard, OR