MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Whether you’re single or in a relationship, Feb. 14 can be an opportunity to renew your commitment to a healthy lifestyle and enhance your well-being.
EDISON—Whether your child brings home a straight-A report card or one that is much more discouraging, according to Anthony Guidice of Huntington Learning Center of Edison, parents should spend sufficient time reading their child’s report card and talking openly with him or her about it.
CRANFORD—The Kenilworth and Cranford public libraries co-sponsoring a presentation for job seekers at the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue, on Tuesday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK—Master Gardeners are getting involved in more than just herbs and vegetables lately at the EARTH Center, home to Middlesex County’s office of Rutgers Cooperative Extension.
WEST TRENTON – State officials remind partygoers to enjoy this Sunday’s football festivities without getting flagged for “excessive celebration” by being charged with DWI.
Don’t see “When in Rome” if you’re hoping to traipse through a dreamy giambotte of Roman locales. And don’t see it if your longing for a good romantic comedy. Director Mark Johnson’s predictable film delivers on neither count, and is best viewed by those who really don’t care at all what they see. Lucky for Hollywood, we have plenty of those.
NEWARK – Circus clowns, magicians, jugglers, acrobats, face painters and balloon artists will convert Newark Museum into a festive “big top” from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 27 and 28.
METUCHEN— The Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce invites you to participate in the Third Annual Metuchen Junebug ArtFest.
STATE—Now is the perfect time to start thinking about the spring planting season, and the Arbor Day Foundation is offering a way for everyone to plant trees when the weather turns warm.
STATE—The New Jersey Hall of Fame is calling for entries to its fourth annual essay contest which is open to all New Jersey students in grades 4 through 12.