I don’t know. Maybe I’m getting too jaded from constantly hearing all the bad news about the economy. Night after night we get pelted with ominous warnings from newscasters about the slow growth of the job market, the exorbitant cost of health care and the continued loss of jobs.
He stood up against the record industry…He stood up against radio stations…He stood next to his heroes…He stood by his music…
If ever there was a sporting analogy for parenthood, golf is it. There are traps and hazards and obstacles and bad lies, misplaced shots and errors in judgment and bad bounces. Even the professionals have bad days and miss putts.
LACEY TOWNSHIP–Last week when the media learned that “Jersey Shore” reality television “princess” Snooki Poliizi had logged in community service hours at Associated Humane Societies Popcorn Park, the refuge’s real Princess began another year of doing what she does best.
UNION – The Tabor family will visit Calvary Assembly of God in Union on Sunday, Sept. 19, to talk about their missionary work in Cambodia.
Flea Market • Sept. 18 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. – Oasis Christian Center, 2052 St. Georges Ave., will host a flea market to benefit the Leslie McCarthy Family Fund. For info, call Joyce Johnson at 1-908- 419-1398 or Jackie Kurzweil at 1-908-327-3000.
EDISON — A new dance class, called Bollywood Bhangra, is being featured at Middlesex County College this fall. It will run from 7-8 p.m. on Mondays from Sept. 27-Nov. 22 (no class on Oct. 11). It is part of the college’s non-credit offerings.
UNION — Union County Master Gardener Joanne Krueger will be talk about fall bulb planting at the Union Public Library on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m.
Convivial and often wittily informative about whatever letter generation it is we’re supposed to be concerned with of late, director Nanette Burstein’s “Going the Distance” doesn’t quite live up to its title insofar as creating laughter-causing entertainment.
WOODBRIDGE – The Barron Arts Center will present Rob Paparozzi and the Hudson River Rats on Thursday, Sept. 16, at 8 p.m. to conclude “Red, White & Blues: Jazz & Blues from the Garden State,” a concert series running through the summer of 2010. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend.