Archive: 2012 March

A Culinary Romp Through Rumson

By Ellen Cancellieri McCarthy I’m about to embark on my March Madness tour of restaurants in our Two River area. Next to fashion, dining out is my favorite passion. I...

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Two Arrested For NJ Transit Ticket Fraud

FREEHOLD — Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office investigators and NJ Transit detectives have charged a train conductor and his alleged accomplice with defrauding the transit company out of thousands of dollars...

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Two River Tables: A Food Calendar

Every Tuesday and Wednesday in March, Red Bank Flavour and the Red Bank RiverCenter presents  Red Bank Flavour Fixe, a Dine Downtown prix fixe dining event. More than 20 Red...

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RFH Tower Players Present ‘Jekyll & Hide’

The Tower Players of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School invite you to discover what’s behind the façade as they present Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical, a tale of the epic...

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Now Is The Time To Kiss MS Goodbye

To The Editor: Multiple sclerosis is a life altering disease that affects each person in a unique and different way.  Therefore, to demonstrate the power and importance of the MS...

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From the Wine Cellar: The Wit and Wisdom of Wine

By Charles B. Rubinstein “A man cannot make him laugh but that’s no marvel; he drinks no wine.” William Shakespeare Many wine connoisseurs tend to treat the subject of wine...

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Protest $20 Entry Fee To Sandy Hook

As the warmer weather of summer gets closer, the Sandy Hook beach going public is still being threatened with a 100 percent increase in fees by the National Park Service. The...

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It’s National Eye Donor Month

To The Editor: The month of March has been recognized for nearly 30 years as National Eye Donor Month, in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of eye...

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Students Step Up For The Coastal Environment

To the Editor: Thank you to all the environmentally concerned community who attended the February 27 lecture by Clyde MacKenzie at Brookdale Community College. The standing room only presentation on...

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Preventing Inhalant Abuse

To The Editor: As the headlines concentrate on prescription drug abuse, let’s not forget that inhalant use is a cheap, legal and easy way that young people get high.  Just...

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Why Did Freeholders Change Pay-To-Play Policy?

By Former Monmouth County Freeholder Amy Mallet The first freeholder meeting of each year is very telling of a board’s priorities. In 2010, the Republican majority reversed the formation of...

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Two Commercial Fisheries Have Ended In This Area

By Clyde L. Mackenzie Jr. During the 1990s, two local long-standing commercial fisheries came to an end in this area when the species being harvested became scarce. They were the...

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On Tap At Salt Creek Grille: Craft Beer Tasting Dinner Featuring Local Brews

RUMSON – The last hyper-local craft beer tasting dinner at Salt Creek Grille, featuring beers from Kane Brewing from Oceanport, sold out in record time. Regional Partner Steve Bidgood advised thirsty...

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Tower Hill Oratorio Choir Offers ‘Gospel Mass’

The Tower Hill Concert Series presents the annual concert by the Oratorio Choir, March 25 at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church at Red Bank, 255 Harding Rd. The...

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Say Yes To Full-Day Kindergarten in Little Silver

By Jennifer Chauhan I’LL BE HONEST. When I first heard of the proposal for full-day kindergarten at Point Road, my initial thought was, “Where were you four years ago, when...

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