FLORHAM PARK–With the change of seasons, most people examine their wardrobe. Last season’s coat is inspected for wear, and boots, sweaters and wool slacks come out of the closet for scrutiny. The AAA New Jersey Automobile Club reminds motorists that their vehicle also deserves a seasonal checkup.
LINDEN — The Linden Public Library will present a lecture, “The Night that Shocked America” by Henry Morse, The Old Time Radio Man, on Monday, Oct. 18 at 6:30 p.m.
LINCOLN, R.I, — It’s getting to be that time of year. Amica Insurance reminds everyone to make sure cottages and vacation homes are secured properly and offers some tips if you are leaving your summer home.
NEWARK—Families looking to buy birthday and holiday gifts for teens should consider a recent study about teen hearing loss before purchasing the most popular musical gadgets.
EDISON – The Wardlaw-Hartridge Parents’ Association will host its annual Fall Fair on Saturday, Oct. 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event, which will be held at 1295 Inman Avenue in Edison, is free and open to the public.
One of the things I love most about living in New Jersey is that it’s like being in a reality show every day. Shakespeare was right when he said, “All the world’s a stage”, and he never even visited the Garden State. We are home to some of the best theatrics going minus the high price of a ticket.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In less than a month, on Nov. 13, a historic and lifesaving event — The American Medicine Chest Challenge (AMCC) — a public health initiative to raise awareness about the dangers of prescription drug abuse will be held in communities across the country.
SUMMIT — As part of the Cut, Weld, and Build: Process in Works by Chakaia Booker exhibition that opened October 1, four sculptures by noted contemporary artist and New Jersey native Chakaia Booker will remain on view in the Art Center’s outdoor Sculpture Park through July 2011.
Coat Drive • Oct. 16 & 17 – The Sacred Heart Council of Catholic Women will hold a coat drive for the Rescue Mission of Trenton. Coats can be dropped off at the entrance of the church, Washington Ave., South Amboy after the 4:30 p.m. Mass on Saturday and between 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. Sunday.
LIVINGSTON – When kids return from trick or treating, there is a new reason for parents to sort through their Halloween booty. Many of the items may contain caffeine, especially those made of chocolate. Taking into account the amount of caffeine their children may already be consuming might cause concern for parents.