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.
CLARK – During National Love Your Library Month in February, the Clark Public Library encourages residents of Clark to show support for their library by signing up to become a Library Champion.
SCOTCH PLAINS—Center For Hope Hospice & Palliative Care will offer a four week lecture series titled “Journey through Grief” Tuesday evenings in March, beginning on March 2 from 7–9 p.m.
CLARK—The Studies Program of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark is currently accepting registration for its language classes which begin the week of March 4.
EDISON—Middlesex County College, in collaboration with the Indo American Arts Council, will present “Site of Departure, Source of Arrival,” a celebration of art and dance, on Thursday, Feb. 25 at the college.
MADISON, Wis. – While cancer prevention in the future may never be as simple as sipping green tea or eating watermelon, a researcher at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) says that more specific study of nutrients and vitamins for cancer prevention is the next big frontier in cancer research.