NEWARK — The New Jersey Performing Arts Center raises the curtain on an exciting, expanded 2010-11 season on Sept. 22, when classical piano superstar Lang Lang returns to NJPAC’s Prudential Hall stage.
When you leave a job – whether due to layoff or for any reason – you are often faced with a decision about your 401 (k) or other retirement plans.
TRENTON – The New Jersey State Library and local libraries from across the state have partnered with the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority to encourage readers the opportunity to win tickets to IZOD Center events by logging in the books they read at www.njlibrarychampions.org.
If the economic mess was a disobedient child, at least one expert would recommend a spoonful of castor oil and a good old fashioned whack on the behind to set him straight.
RAHWAY — On Thursday, June 24 at 7 p.m., the Rahway Public Library will host a local author for a book signing and discussion.
HIGHLAND PARK – Random Acts of Fun, three nights of events in Highland Park, begins Thursday.
NEW BRUNSWICK – New Jersey Blood Services, a division of the New York Blood Center, is scheduled to hold more than 30 blood drives between now and July 18 as part of Music Saves Lives, a youth culture program of music, entertainment and lifesaving causes.
WALDORF, Md. – The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs defeated the Newark Bears 3-2 in the series opener on Tuesday night in Waldorf, Maryland.
WATERVILLE, Maine — Valeria Dominguez of Elizabeth a member of the Class of 2010 at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, was named to the dean’s list for her outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2009-10 year.
LINDEN — Mayor Richard J. Gerbounka and the City Council were recently presented with the Tree City USA® award by Linden Shade Tree Commission Chairman, Jeffrey A. Tandul, LLA, ASLA, M.Arch.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Union Catholic High School announced that 34 students have attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2010 National Spanish Examination. The students earned a total of four gold, 10 silver and nine bronze medals along with 11 honorable mentions.
As time goes by, the record of the Bush administration gets worse and worse. It could turn out that the most egregious offense of the Bush-esque Obama administration will be that its Justice Department let Bush-Cheney & Co. off scot-free.
Shortly after President Obama signed the health overhaul law, several major corporations reported it would take a bite out of their future earnings. This group included AT&T, Caterpillar, John Deere, Verizon, and several other large employers.