ROSEMONT, Ill.–The 2010 FIFA World Cup™ brings the biggest fans and the best soccer players together for an incredible month-long competition.
LIVINGSTON — It’s wonderful to be able to enjoy the great outdoors in the summer with your baby once you are home from the hospital.
EDISON-On May 16, 2010, Edison Township held a 85th Anniversary Celebration of Menlo Park.
Live Jazz • June 19 from 2-4 p.m. — The Somerset Jazz Consortium will perform in the café area of the Rahway Public Library. For info, call 1-732-340-1551 x212.
SUMMIT – The city will hold a parade to celebrate the recent victories by several of Summit High School’s varsity sports teams on Monday, June 21.
What a mess! No massive object escapes being either violently upended or blazingly obliterated in director Joe Carnahan’s “The A-Team.”
RAHWAY — Z Café will welcome the Basement Musicians, Tony Pileggi and Rick Hohowski as featured performers on Saturday, June 19, in the Social Hall of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rahway.
I MISS RECORD ALBUM COVERS!…Besides the vinyl, (which still sounds better than compact discs), the cover art was just as important in ’understanding’ and ‘appreciating’ the music held within…
STATE — The Arthritis Foundation announced today the start of a new pilot program designed to improve the early diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The goal of the program is to decrease the number of people with inflammatory arthritis who become disabled due to the lack of early diagnosis and treatment.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – More than 35,000 one-of-a-kind original creations will be on display at the largest American Crafts Festival in the New York metropolitan area for two consecutive weekends in June.
CRANFORD—The Friends of the Cranford Public Library will welcome back the Shakespeare of New Jersey’s Next Stage Ensemble, which will be presenting two live performances in July.
HIGHLAND PARK – The 15th annual Highland Park Farmers’ Market will open June 18 and will offer consumers longer hours and more features.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Nineteen area residents graduated to become Certified Rutgers Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners.