I’m not a ‘big label’ shopper, although some people in my family will snicker when they read this. When I buy something, it’s because I’ve looked around, compared price and quality and then I buy what I like, whether it’s Kate Spade or Kate Kmart. But when it comes to political labels, well, it’s not so easy for me.
Well, this is a real treat… one that ardent moviegoers will want to include on their dance card. In “Robot & Frank,” set in the near future, Frank Langella gives a touching demonstration in the subtleties of reality. Multilayered yet exquisite in its simplicity, his semi-retired cat burglar at a major turning point is sweet, sour and provocatively honest.
SPRINGFIELD – The Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) will soon begin some processing driver’s license and non-driver ID renewals by mail. Beginning with documents that expire in November, customers born on or before Dec. 1, 1964 will be able to “Skip the Trip” to an agency and renew through the mail. Eligible customers will begin receiving notices this month.
NEWARK –According to data collected by the New Jersey Poison Information & Education System, and by the State Police Office of Forensic Science, reported incidents involving synthetic marijuana and so-called “bath salts” drugs have significantly declined since the state banned them.
Bill Clinton’s speech Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention was very long but it was masterful — not only in laying out the case for Barack Obama and against Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, but in giving the American public what they most want and need in this election season: details, facts, and logic.
CARTERET-As a finale to Carteret’s annual Ethnic Day Festival, American Idol winner Taylor Hicks will give a public performance at Carteret Park on Saturday, Sept. 8. The event will conclude the Mayor’s three-day Charity Carnival which beings on Thursday, Sept. 6.