Recreation & Lifestyle

State Officials Help Disabled Boy Attend WWE Event

John J. Hoffman

TRENTON – Through the efforts of Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the Division on Civil Rights, a disabled 8-year-old pro wrestling fan will have the chance to see his World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) heroes compete at a WWE event this coming Saturday, December 28, at the Prudential Center in Newark.

Wharton Music Center Launches A Vinyl Listening Lab


BERKELEY HEIGHTS — Wharton Music Center (WMC) has added a listening lab and extensive vinyl LP (long playing record) collection to its audio recording studio for listeners of all ages. With over 5,000 records of classical music, opera, rock, Broadway shows, and popular music, the listening lab is free and open to the public.

Brighten Your Winter Menu with Seasonal Produce


MILWAUKEE, Wisc.– This season, add zest and color to meals with nutritious options that are seasonally available. TOPS Club, Inc.® (Take Off Pounds Sensibly®), the nonprofit weight-loss support organization, advises that variety is indeed the spice of life and has the power to keep healthy eaters on track. Consider the following fruits and vegetables to add dazzle to dinners in a healthy way, making it easier to avoid high-fat treats.

8 No-Fail Toys For Kids


(via Barista Kids) When I was a child, the three gifts that topped my holiday list were Lite Brite, Easy Bake Oven and a Barbie Dream House. I never got the Barbie Dream House because it was too expensive. Lite Brite just didn’t live up to the hype.