Smartly taking you into its confidence, director Daniel Stamm’s “The Last Exorcism” forgoes many of the hokey mechanisms that can compromise this horror sub-genre.
NEWARK – The Newark Bears are proud to be hosting First Responders Night at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 11.
Street Festival • Sept. 4 from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. – Linden’s September to Remember Street Festival and Classic Car Show will offer live entertainment, vendors, food, games and more.
LINDEN — The Senior Citizen Mixed Bowling League, sponsored by Linden’s Department of Public Property and Community Services, will begin their 2010-2011 bowling season on Thursday, Sept. 9, at 9:30 a.m. at the Linden Lanes on Stiles Street.
The hot dogs and hamburgers are on sale, ice-cream prices are slashed in half and the stores can’t give the lemonade away. Yes! Its Labor Day weekend. Now as far as I know, the United States is the only country that actually celebrates ‘labor’ to the extent that it was made a national holiday.
FISHING WITH GRANDPA…on a warm summer’s day. After picking out just the right shady spot under a tree at Union County’s Echo Lake Park in Mountainside, Ken Kennedy relaxes—in between baiting hooks—for his grandsons, Patrick, 5, and Steven Miller, 7.
LEBANON—“Saving Hannah: Or How to Rewrite History, A GirlMogul Adventure” by Andrea Stein is a tween novel with four smart, savvy characters who would rather rule their town than win a beauty contest or choose new lip gloss.
Everyone from New Jersey who joins the Arbor Day Foundation in September will receive 10 free trees as part of the Foundation’s Trees for America campaign.
CARTERET — For 35 years, the arrival of September in Carteret has brought with it the town’s Ethnic Day Festival, a day full of entertainment, foods, and crafts that celebrate the diversity that characterizes this suburban community.
EDISON — The Banjo Rascals will be featured on Tuesday, Sept. 14, as part of the Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County’s Various Sounds of Music series.