Archive: 2011 December

My Many Holiday Lists

By Kathy Miele I was sitting at the dining room table surrounded by papers when my husband, Steven, came into the room. “What are you working on?” he asked. “All...

December 2, 2011 | comments

Timeless Pieces: Trends come and go, but diamonds and pearls are truly forever

By Julie Davis For the past few years, jewelry has been on steroids: rings the size of silver dollars, earrings that swing well below the shoulders, and necklaces with baubles...

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Scene on Film: ‘The Descendants’

by Joan Ellis It is Clooney’s gift that in spite of being born with the burden of an irresistible face, he is able to check his ego at the door...

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RBR Students Win Cyber Forensic Challenge

A team of Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) students took first place honors in the 8th annual NYU Poly Cyber Forensic Challenge held at the Polytechnic Institute of New...

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Teachers Find Inspiration Through Faculty Enrichment Program

As students learn new subjects every school year, many teachers see new faces but curriculum can only vary so much. While students are inspired to return to school with the...

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A Holiday Spectacular At Red Bank Catholic

The Red Bank Catholic High School Dance Department will help ring in the holiday season with the RBC Holiday Dance Spectacular,  inspired by the world-famous Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Performances...

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Beating the Winter Blues

By Mark William Lisky Research is showing that longer winter sleeps may not only improve mood, but has a direct correlation between weight loss and longevity. A study conducted at...

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Nursing Scholarships Awarded At Bayshore

Four Bayshore Community Hospital staff members, either pursing baccalaureate distinction in nursing or interested in pursuing a career in the nursing field, were recently awarded the 2011 Harry M. Poppick,...

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The Nutcracker Come To Life At The Count Basie Theatre

The Company of Dance Arts brings the timeless holiday classic, The Nutcracker  to the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank on Dec. 10 -11 at 1 and 5 p.m. The...

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Skywatch: Horoscopes for the Week of December 2 – 8

By Flo Higgins If your birthday is this week you are in for some new successes. Although this is no time to start a new project you certainly can look...

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Night Grooves: Live Music at the Jersey Shore in December

by Uncle Mike Well, Thanksgiving has come and gone in the blink of an eye and December is here. And we all know what that means. ‘Tis the season and...

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Holiday Happenings

December 2 First Avenue Playhouse, Atlantic Highlands, presents A Partridge in a Palm Tree.  It’s Christmas Eve and the Partridge family can’t wait to fly south for the holidays…that is...

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The Christmas Tree: A tradition rooted in New Jersey

By Sharon Hazard WHO WOULD HAVE guessed that a symbol of love and peace had its American origins during time of war and in the state of New Jersey? The...

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Hoping For The Trickle-Down at Lunchbreak

RED BANK — Gwendolyn Love, executive director for Lunch Break soup kitchen and food pantry, was guarded but hopeful when she was informed this week that some additional state funding would...

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A Lullaby of Old Red Bank

By Jeanne Van Dorn Mauk JEANNE FROMMER LIVED in Red Bank only a year or two, and her father, Nathan Frommer, was employed at the Eisner clothing/uniform factory. The family...

December 1, 2011 | comments

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