(NAPSI)—Each spring, millions of Americans turn their attention to tackling the big job of annual spring-cleaning at home, but most people overlook another important aspect that could use a deep clean: their online lives.
April is National Poetry Month, and now is the time to revisit some classics or discover some new ones…
LINDEN – The city’s Department of Public Property & Community Services will offer youth summer basketball leagues for Linden children ages 11through 18.
LINDEN — The Linden Department of Recreation and Community Services is sponsoring a one-day boat safety certification course, approved by the U.S. Coast Guard, on Saturday, May 21, at the John T. Gregorio Recreation Center, 330 Helen Street, beginning at 8 a.m.
HIGHLAND PARK-More memories from a former resident: “Some of the businesses I can remember in Highland Park: One was a brewery that was located where Montgomery Apartments are built.
SUMMIT – Emmy-winning journalist, best-selling author and breast cancer survivor Cokie Roberts will speak about women’s choices, the impact on their roles and relationships, and the empowerment within those choices, at a special event offered by the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Overlook Hospital.
EDISON — Alison DeVito (Metuchen), left, admires the work of Renae DiStefano (East Brunswick) at the Middlesex County College Visual Arts Student Exhibition in the Studio Theatre Gallery on the Edison campus.
SPRINGFIELD — On Monday, April 4, at 7 p.m., the Springfield Free Public Library will devote this month’s current events meeting to a discussion of SHIP of Union County.
Director Zack Snyder’s inexplicably titled “Sucker Punch” is Xbox meets “Cabaret” via any number of exploitative WiP (women in prison) films, tossed with whatever else he could find in the kitchen sink.