NEW BRUNSWICK — In a study published in the December issue of Hypertension, a journal of the American Heart Association, investigators have shown that early treatment with blood pressure-lowering medications provides a long-term benefit of reducing the risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
NEW BRUNSWICK — It’s time to break out the granny glasses and go-go boots. New Brunswick Elks Lodge 324 will be sponsoring a 60s-themed dinner-dance at the Elks Lodge, 40 Livingston Avenue from 7 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 29.
CLARK — When national presenter John Halligan facilitates three Bullying and Anti-Bullying Programs at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark on Feb. 9, his audience is expected to include several members of the New Jersey Legislature.
ROSELLE PARK — “Progressive Abstract Art” a solo exhibit of acrylic paintings by borough resident Joanna T. Miller, will be on display at the Casano Community Center Art Gallery through Feb. 28.
RAHWAY — If you currently write or have written poetry, would like to share your work, get and receive constructive feedback, this group is for you.
CAPE MAY-Lieutenant Columbo, Charlie Chan and Inspector Clouseau face femme fatales and evildoers during Cape May’s Looking Glass Mysteries, a series of nonstop, think-on-your-feet investigations, designed by Shadow Stalkers and presented in association with the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC).
PISCATAWAY – The Diocese of Metuchen will hold the fourth of its seven-session faith formation series entitled, “The Bible: Root of our Catholic Faith,” on Thursday, January 27 beginning at 7 p.m.
CRANFORD – From Jan. 21 to Feb. 24, the exhibition, “Finding Frenzy and Flight” will be on display in the Tomasulo Gallery in the MacKay Library at Union County College. The exhibition is by artist Robert Yoskowitz, who is also a senior professor of fine arts at Union County College.
CLARK – Arthur L. Johnson High School’s Booster Club is currently seeking sponsors for the Clark high school’s spring athletic schedule posters.