Despite “Thor’s” predominantly summer flick intent, director Kenneth Branagh, who crafted his dramatic chops in the Shakespearean sphere, couldn’t help but add a bit of the Bard to this Marvel Comics take on Norse mythology, available in 3-D. Complement that with a fine cast and what might have been total tedium isn’t half bad.
Have you ever thought that you could predict your reaction to a particular situation only to surprise yourself and react differently when that situation actually occurred? Its funny how our emotions work and how the passage of time changes our perception of things.
EDISON–The Edison Chamber of Commerce will honor several of Edison’s unsung heroes and companies for their civic and corporate citizenship and achievements at the 12th Distinguished Accomplishment Awards.
SUMMIT — Every Monday is now a new opportunity to start a healthy lifestyle, as Overlook Medical Center offers a variety of screenings and activities at its storefront location in the heart of downtown Summit.
ROSELLE PARK – “Evolving Images 2005 – 2011” a solo exhibit of digital photographs by Roselle Park resident Joy Panzarino, will be on display at the Casano Community Center Gallery through June 24.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The Rutgers Master Gardeners of Union County will bring their popular annual Spring Garden Fair and Plant Sale to the Watchung Reservation in Mountainside on Sunday, May 15, from noon to 5 p.m., rain or shine.
NEWARK–As the trees and flowers are blooming this year, so are our allergies. Each year, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) names May as National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month to educate people about the causes, symptoms and treatments of asthma and allergies.
SOUTH AMBOY-In honor of National Police Week, May 15 to May 21: In July of 1964, The South Amboy Lions Club, the South Amboy Police Department and the South Amboy Police Reserves conducted the annual bicycle safe driving test to over 200 children in the Sacred Heart parking lot.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Parents can sometimes forget that they are raising adults, not children. The goal is to equip kids with the skills and increasing responsibility for managing their lives without constant vigilance, according to Michelle May, M.D., author, board-certified family physician, and expert for TOPS Club, Inc.