NEWARK – The Drummers of Japan, is an explosive troupe of Japanese taiko drummers that combines a sense of drama with the primal power of percussion, producing one of the world’s most physical forms of music.
EAST BRUNSWICK – A Middlesex County College professor is continuing to tell her mother’s stories from her first release “The Story of Blima: A Holocaust Survivor” with her memoir, “My Mother’s Shoes.” Writing for a general audience with an interest in immigrants in mid-20th century America, Shirley Russak Wachtel offers a powerful story about the unbreakable bond between a mother and her daughter.
ROBBINSVILLE – Rowan University will serve as the host venue for all four South Jersey Region state final football games during the weekend of December 2 – 3. Other championship games will continue to be played at Rutgers University, The College of New Jersey, Kean University and MetLife Stadium.
LIVINGSTON — Richard Rosa, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon with The Joint Institute at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, is the first physician in New Jersey to implant the iTotal CR total knee replacement.
NEWARK–The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Children’s Hospital of New Jersey (CHoNJ) continues to be at the forefront of a relatively new technology called therapeutic hypothermia which is used to treat oxygen-deprived newborns. Therapeutic hypothermia is the deliberate lowering of the body temperature to stop further inflammatory reaction in the brain and prevent brain injury.
MENDHAM – It’s about making a statement and showing support to the 28,000 New Jersey children and families living with Tourette Syndrome (TS) – a neurological disorder. Teams are forming from across the state to take part in the second annual New Jersey Walks for TS event in Mendham on Saturday, Nov. 19 at Borough Park in Mendham.
CLARK – Out of 11 competing area grammar schools, St. John the Apostle’s eighth graders won third place and took home eight awards in the 40th annual Scholastic Olympics hosted by Roselle Catholic High School.
RAHWAY — On Friday, Oct. 21, students from the Rahway High School Advanced Art classes spent the day in downtown Rahway painting decorations on the windows of several businesses and community landmarks.
CRANFORD – The Cranford Chamber of Commerce is seeking sponsors to help fund holiday events that have become township traditions.