Archive: 2011 November

Business Beats

The Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce (EMACC) host the 20th Annual Spinnaker Awards on Wednesday, November 16, starting at 6 p.m. at Branches Catering, Monmouth Rd., West Long Branch. This...

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Barnabas Health Care To Hold Veterans Job Fair

Barnabas Health will host a Veterans Health Care Job Fair on Monday, Nov. 14, 2 – 6 p.m. at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch. The job fair is exclusively...

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Weight Loss & Excercise: Frontline Protection For Type 2 Diabetes

By Mark William Lisky U.S. health organizations are concerned that our country is in the middle of a diabetes epidemic. This epidemic, experts worry, is not only a health issue,...

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Disabled American Veterans Find Help At Mobile Office

It can be difficult for disabled veterans to get the help they need to access the benefits and services they are entitled to. One way to improve the processing time...

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Skywatch: Horoscopes for the week of November 4 – 11

Happy Birthday Scorpio! This fixed sign has a deep emotional nature. And since it is a fixed, water sign you can be sure Scorpio seldom changes its mind about anything....

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Scene on Film: ‘Margin Call’

by Joan Ellis Movies don’t get more topical than Margin Call.  At a time when the country is polarized between those who blame the banks for the financial crisis and...

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Spirituality Matters: Giving Thanks

by Elizabeth Geitz My best friend in elementary school was named Louisa. We had a great deal in common. Louisa liked to sit in the yard on summer evenings and...

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Night Grooves: Live Music In November

by Uncle Mike After the Great Snow Storm of October 2011, November couldn’t get here soon enough. Especially since the local scene features the likes of Panic! At The Disco,...

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Lets Go! The Grounds For Sculpture

“The arts are the very heartbeat of humanity. They are the bones of what might, one day become a unifying world culture.” -Seward Johnson By Linda McK Stewart You step...

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One Book, One Community

The Two River Theater, 21 Bridge Ave., will host a kick-off celebration for “One Book, One Community” on 10 a.m. – 12 noon Sunday Nov. 13. A town-wide program, One...

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Teachers, Chef, Face Off In ‘Silver Chef Throw Down’

On Friday, November 18, the Education Foundation of Little Silver will host the first “Silver Chef Throw-Down,” a competition featuring Joe Racioppi, executive chef at McLoone’s Pier House, Long Branch,...

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Diabetes Management Program Helps People Maintain A Healthy Lifestyle

By Lisa Girard About 26 million Americans live with diabetes, a condition caused by the body’s failure to produce or properly use insulin. This number has been on the rise...

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Students Go Fishing For Solutions On The Blue Sea

Students from two area high schools went on a trip on the Blue Sea recently to explore the ocean environment.  Students from the Marine Academy of Science and Technology (MAST), located...

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Mustaches For A Cause

During the month of October, six Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) students, four teachers and the athletic director competed to grow the best moustache in an event they coined...

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Kristallnacht Commemoration

The Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education at Brookdale Community College will host a screening of Only A Number for the annual Kristallnacht commemoration 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov....

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