NEW BRUNSWICK—New Brunswick’s State Theatre has just added Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band, presented by State Theatre and Live Nation on Monday, July 5, 2010 at 8pm. Tickets are now on sale and range from $55-175.
In some respects, Scotch Plains can be compared to your little brother. They are good enough to play with their older brother’s friends when nobody else is around to fill in, but not quite as big.
ELIZABETH –Paula Mejia was recently appointed to the Literacy Volunteers of Union County Board of Directors as a student representative. She has been a student with the program since 2008.
CLARK – Senior Nick Villaverde was named the Student of the Month for February at Arthur L. Johnson High School.
CLARK – Senior Angelique Butler won the Crusader Award for February at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark. Butler is a member of the Italian National Honor Society, and is a Student Board of Education Representative. She is the…
WESTFIELD—Director John Correll of Westfield Community Players is holding open auditions for Ray Cooney’s comedy “Caught in the Net” on Monday, Feb. 22, and Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. in the Westfield Community Players theater at 1000 North Avenue West, Westfield.
TRENTON – Assembly Transportation Chairman John Wisniewski on Friday announced the panel will hear testimony on the potential impact of the governor’s plan to slash NJ Transit’s subsidy and the fare hikes and service cuts that may result.
CRANFORD—It’s been more than 50 years since Bob Scott stood on the pitcher’s mound in Yankee Stadium, positioning his fingers in just the right way to deliver his signature screwball. And on the days he wasn’t pitching, Scott played first base.
RAHWAY—Students from Rahway High School’s Social Action Club sold paper hearts to raise money for victims of the Haitian earthquake disaster. So far, the initiative has raised over $2,000 to be donated to the American Red Cross International Disaster Relief Fund.
STATE—A Monmouth University poll suggests that New Jersey newspaper readers are more familiar with state politics and local information that those who rely on TV, radio or the Internet.
AVENEL — A parent-child book club project at Avenel Middle School will be the subject of a feature on the NJN television program “Classroom Close-up, NJ” this week.
NEW BRUNSWICK – More than 42,500 people in the United States were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year and nearly 35,200 died from the disease, according to The American Cancer Society.
While trying to figure what went into the making of a bad movie is a trifling pursuit at best, director Pierre Morel’s nearly awful “From Paris with Love” raises the question more than most. Like others of its ilk, how everything went so wrong is inevitably more interesting than the story. Add a name brand star to the mix and it ups the ante.