Don’t see “When in Rome” if you’re hoping to traipse through a dreamy giambotte of Roman locales. And don’t see it if your longing for a good romantic comedy. Director Mark Johnson’s predictable film delivers on neither count, and is best viewed by those who really don’t care at all what they see. Lucky for Hollywood, we have plenty of those.
EDISON—Fourth graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison learned about the dangers of tobacco use during a special “Tar Wars” presentation led by sophomore and Edison resident Shruti Nadkarni on the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 1.
NEWARK – Circus clowns, magicians, jugglers, acrobats, face painters and balloon artists will convert Newark Museum into a festive “big top” from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 27 and 28.
MILLBURN– The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey announced the results of a recent survey of New Jersey municipalities showing that 67 percent of responding municipalities have adopted a local ordinance prohibiting possession, consumption of alcoholic beverages by under-aged person on private property.
METUCHEN— The Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce invites you to participate in the Third Annual Metuchen Junebug ArtFest.
RAHWAY—Students from the D.A.I.S.Y. Preschool at Grover Cleveland School in Rahway recently visited the Golden Age Towers.
LINDEN—As one of the many activities held to celebrate Catholic School Week, the members of Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Academy’s Student Council conducted their own version of the football championship game.
STATE—Now is the perfect time to start thinking about the spring planting season, and the Arbor Day Foundation is offering a way for everyone to plant trees when the weather turns warm.
EDISON—An 11-week class at Middlesex County College called “Electronics for Green Jobs” held a graduation ceremony Feb. 3.
CENTRAL JERSEY—C&S Wholesale Grocers and Sun National Bank were honored as “EITC Champions” by the IRS and United Way of Central Jersey.
MADISON—Drew University has named the following local students to its Dean’s List for the Fall 2009 semester:
WEST TRENTON—Colonel Rick Fuentes, Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police and Director of the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management, is reminding all New Jersey residents to be prepared for this weekend’s anticipated snow storm.
DENVER, Colo – Colorado prosecutors won’t pursue charges against an Elizabeth man who had been accused of threatening an Amtrak train because further investigation showed that he didn’t actually make a threat.