Archive: 2012 March

To Dye For: Colorful Denim is Spring’s Boldest, Brightest and Most Coveted...

By Julie Davis Fold your favorite dark wash jeans and stack them away for another season. This spring, denim is taking a colorful turn, in shades of green, red, purple,...

March 16, 2012 | comments

Skywatch by Flo Higgins: Horoscopes for the Week of March 16 -23

by Flo Higgins People born this week must deal with the opposite energies of Pisces and Aries. Pisces is a water sign – sensitive, shy and imaginative – while Aries...

March 16, 2012 | comments

The Mommy Chronicles: No More Participation Awards, Please!

If you remember from my first blog, I like a neat house – not “Mommy Dearest” neat, just organized and (relatively) clutter-free. That being said, if every program that children...

March 16, 2012 | comments

The Great Outdoors

Make your outside space even greater by creating a stylish living area that’s as welcoming as any room inside By Lisa Girard Whether it’s the post-9/11 trend toward nesting or...

March 16, 2012 | comments

Gone But Not Forgotten: FH’s Friendly Turkeys

FAIR HAVEN — Awhile back, some new neighbors moved in to the area near the Church of the Nativity at Ridge and Hance Road. They were unexpected and maybe unwanted...

March 16, 2012 | comments

Dishing It Out At Country Day

Fh Author Pens Comic Novel   WHEN THE MATH-whiz son of struggling single Mom and local caterer Josie Messina gets a full scholarship to the prestigious and assuredly upscale Little...

March 16, 2012 | comments

Middletown Teachers Receive Digital Technology Awards

MIDDLETOWN — Teachers have to be as down with technology as the kids in their classrooms.And that in part was the motivation for Middletown’s high and middle schools to conduct...

March 16, 2012 | comments

Getting Rosy At Riverside Gardens Park

RED BANK — The mild weather has people thinking about gardening. That’s true for Rumson residents Bob and Karen Hespe. But the garden on their minds, and those of a...

March 16, 2012 | comments

Pot Protester Must Wait For Day In Court

MIDDLETOWN — Eric Hafner sees a bigger issue with his arrest in the township for possession of a small amount of marijuana late last year, as do some who joined...

March 16, 2012 | comments

Scene on Film: ‘In Darkness’

By Joan Ellis A long time ago I took an oral history of a woman who drove her five children in a hay wagon from her farm in the Russian...

March 15, 2012 | comments

A Show of Hands

Nails are big business, not to mention an affordable way for women to express themselves By Julie Davis Manicures are a beauty ritual that began well before the 17th century....

March 15, 2012 | comments

Discover Colts Neck: A Two River Times Special Advertising Section

Colts Neck Hot Yoga When former professional dancer Ann Yocum hung up her dancing shoes for the final time, she set out to find a new way to stay fit...

March 15, 2012 | comments

Found Around Town: Welcome Spring

Freshen up your look with the season’s top accessories By Julie Davis From Red Bank to Manasquan, stores have come alive with all things spring. Between the happily decorated windows...

March 15, 2012 | comments

Field of Flags

Edith Nowels of Middletown kneels outside Westminster Presbyterian Church on Tindall Road. The congregation placed American flags on the church lawn recently in memory of those who have died in...

March 15, 2012 | comments

Former Holy Cross Pastor Dies At 67

: Once beloved pastor, Rev. Joseph Hughes, suffered public fall from grace in 2004   By John Burton   RUMSON — The former pastor of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church,...

March 15, 2012 | comments

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