MADISON, Wis.- Winter weight gain doesn’t have to be a fact of life—even with the body’s chemical changes that can compel you to binge on carbs and “comfort foods.”
WOODBRIDGE—The 13th season of The Challenge kicks off with all-star student scholars from Woodbridge High School and Livingston High School competing against each other in round one of this award-winning high school quiz show.
EDISON—Middlesex County College is presenting two intriguing art exhibitions: one highlights emerging artists from the mid-Atlantic region; the other features sculpture, shown in a darkened room, illuminated only from the artwork itself.
UNION—Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University will host several activities for children and visitors of all ages throughout February.
NEW BRUNSWICK—New Brunswick’s State Theatre is proud to present the 4th annual Hub City Carnivale, a four-week winter festival of the imagination at play, January 30 – February 28, 2010, with performances, workshops, social events, and more, for families and kids ages 1 to 100.
RAHWAY—Arts Guild New Jersey presents ENABLED, an exhibition by artists with disabilities, in collaboration with VSA arts of New Jersey, Arts Access Program at the Matheny Medical & Educational Center of Peapack, and the WAE Center of West Orange.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Exercising outdoors in cold weather offers the chance to burn calories in a winter wonderland. Whether the activity is skiing, skating, walking, snow shoeing, or jogging, exercising in the chilly air can be invigorating and help keep one’s fitness momentum going all season long.
NEWARK—The Newark Public Library will showcase original photos, iconic photo-books and select photo journals from the late 19th century to the present day.
STATE—Nominations are now being accepted in the search for America’s Outstanding Oldest Worker. The search is part of a national effort to raise awareness about the contributions older individuals make in today’s workplace and to break down barriers often associated with their employment.
Each winter, millions of tons of deicing salt are applied to state and municipal roads to keep the roads safe for vehicles to travel. Salt is spread near houses to avoid pedestrian injuries. This is necessary for safety, but did you know excessive salt can cause widespread damage to trees – possibly leading to permanent decline and even death?