RAHWAY — Franklin Elementary School in Rahway recently held a one-day can drive as part of Red Ribbon Week. Students brought in and donated over 1,000 cans.
Ed Potosnak, Democratic nominee for New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District, performed with the Rutgers Glee Club and alumni on Saturday October 25.
The Wagner College Marketing Club invites children of all ages to its fifth annual Halloween House, on Sunday, Oct. 31 from 1 to 4 p.m. in Main Hall, 631 Howard Ave., Grymes Hill, Staten Island.
CLARK — Clark Public School District educators Gus Kalikas and Phil Scardilli recently made presentations to an audience of school superintendents, administrators, and school board members at the New Jersey School Boards Association Workshop in Somerset.
CRANFORD–On Oct. 20, the Union County College celebrated its 77th Annual Founders’ Day on the Cranford campus.
If you’re like me, this election doesn’t feel anything like 2008. The excitement and hope of that historic election have been replaced by worry and disappointment. The 2008 campaigns at least occasionally addressed our country’s serious problems.
By nearly all accounts, Republicans are poised for a big win, even by historical midterm standards, in the November 2 congressional elections. Many candidates backed by the Tea Party should have a big day.
The great horror and science fiction monsters are considerably more than the sum of their mutilated body parts. Most of all, monsters represent societal repression, generally of the sexual and moral kind. In short, the horror film is a sign that the moral sources of human behavior have been either repressed or forgotten or never clearly acknowledged by the culture.
LINDEN — Democratic Councilman Derek Armstead and James Moore — who lost a 1993 re-election bid to the current mayor — are waging a grassroots campaign based on a new vision for the city’s future.