There is a little Greenberg in all of us…an anti-everyman yearning to find comfort within his own skin while most anxiously declaring his individuality.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – April Fool’s Day may be synonymous with pranks and practical jokes, but members of TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), the nonprofit weight-loss support organization, know better than to be fooled when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle.
The ideal way to celebrate National Arbor Day is to plant trees, and the Arbor Day Foundation wants people all across America to participate.
MONTCLAIR—Running Rabbit Family Theatre will present the children’s classic Pinocchio in the exciting musical rendition by Patricia Goldberg and Kevin Arruda, now through July 23 with performances in Bloomfield, West Long Branch and Union.
Easter Bunny Photos • April 3 –The Cranford Chamber of Commerce has arranged for the Easter Bunny to visit the Clock from 10 a.m. to noon and the Gazebo from 1-3 p.m. Get your child’s photo taken with the bunny for $3.
SCOTCH PLAINS – NJ Blood Services donor room and the Gallery at South Avenue is featuring an exhibit by Union County photographer James L. Occi who has focused his images on local high school athletes.
UNION – For her final project in Kean University’s creating plays for children course, in the 2006 fall semester, Lisa Filippone was faced with the challenge of writing an original play that would explain a fact of nature in a creative, reinvented way for young people.
I recently saw a great documentary called “It Might Get Loud”, that culled for it, a guitarist from London, England, a guitarist from Dublin, Ireland, and a guitarist from Franklin, Tennessee…
Dear EarthTalk: A friend with many minor health problems recently switched to a diet of only raw plant foods and reports feeling much better. She also insists her new eating habits are better for the environment. Does this make sense or is the strange diet making her crazy? — Phil C., Reno, NV
NEWARK—The Newark Public Library is featuring artwork created by veterans in the exhibition, “The Combat Paper Project: Healing through Art.” The exhibition highlights art on paper made from military uniforms, and may be viewed from April 1 through June 26 in the third floor gallery of the Main Library, 5 Washington Street, Newark.