CRANFORD—An audiobook is an intense marriage of creative forces between author, narrator, director and publisher. On Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 7:30 p.m., the public is invited to the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue, to step behind the audiobook microphone…
Point of disclosure: On Woodstock eve my friend Judy called and asked if I were going. “Nah, it’s going to rain.” So much for being sensible. But although I no longer regret missing those momentous three days of peace and music in August of 1969, a very sweet nostalgia nonetheless engulfed me whilst viewing Ang Lee’s “Taking Woodstock.”
WOODBRIDGE – The Trolley Trek – sponsored by the Middlesex County Cultural & Heritage Commission – will visit Woodbridge on Saturday, Sept. 12.
MADISON — “Favorite Son,” a feature film directed and co-written by a Fairleigh Dickinson University film professor and made by a mostly student crew, will come home to FDU with a free, public screening at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, September 22.
UNION – The Salem Roadhouse Café is one year old. To celebrate, the café has announced a fall lineup including the finest in musical and artistic presentations. On Saturday, Sept. 19 at 7:30 p.m., the café will feature Slight Imperfection,…
EDISON—The Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders is proud to present the 4th Annual Doo Wop in the Park concert. The event will take place, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 6 at the Stephen J. Capestro Theater, on Pine Drive in Roosevelt Park in Edison. The gates will open at 3 p.m.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -The first annual “Write of Passage” screenwriting competition is now open for entries, as announced by founder John David Ware (Signups are Sept. 2 – Oct. 18. Writing week is Oct. 19-26).
CRANFORD – From Sept. 25 to Oct. 31, the exhibition, “Transitory Space” by artist Leah Oates, will be on display at Union County College’s Tomasulo Gallery. Oates’ work is a collection of images from time she spent in Beijing, China, Newfoundland, Canada, and Chicago, Illinois in 2008.
LINDEN—When people think of dance classes, the name “La Dense” comes to mind.
“Besides the fact we have been located in the center of town for the past 31 years, we are now teaching second generation students,” says director Tina Socci.
WOODBRIDGE-Here are some wonderful memories from Martha Storey Webb: “Diane, I was born in Woodbridge and wrote these memories for my own pleasure.”