BALTIMORE, Md.— The American Pain Foundation (APF) announced Wednesday the launch of “Is Fibro the Cause?” in New Jersey, a project designed to raise awareness about fibromyalgia, a painful and often misdiagnosed musculoskeletal condition.
UNION – The Salem Roadhouse Café, which is now regularly featured on UnionTV channel 34’s “After Dark” show series, will present jazz pianist Janice Friedman on Saturday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Registration is underway for the Middlesex County Department of Parks & Recreation’s annual Board of Chosen Freeholders Basketball Tournament, which starts in early March.
RAHWAY — For over 13 years and 1900 shows, Dark Star Orchestra has embodied the Grateful Dead’s live experience for fans both old and too young to have ever seen their own Grateful Dead show.
HIGHLAND PARK – Could you use some free computer software? Or how about a gift certificate from one of the greenest spas in New Jersey? Maybe a gift basket from a chic flower shop?
ELIZABETH–Trinitas Regional Medical Center will host “Language of the Heart: Separating Myths from Facts in Cardiac Health,” on Thursday, Feb. 17. The special program for women is part of Trinitas’ annual observance of American Heart Month.
ELIZABETH — Cranford High School has won the 2010-2011 Union County mock trial competition. They will advance to the central regional competition on Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick.
EDISON — After a rigorous audition at Monmouth Academy of Musical Arts in Morganville, pianist Kimberly Son of Woodbridge was selected to perform at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall on the evening of Saturday, Feb. 5 in the Crescendo International Music Competition 2011.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Southern New Hampshire University men’s basketball junior Tory Stapleton of Rahway recently scored his 1,000th career point, becoming the 43rd player in program history to achieve the milestone.