Archive: 2012 September

Speaking Out about Public Speaking

By Nancy Wade Most high school students would recognize the plea of “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears,” as those immortal words from Shakespeare’s tragedy Julius Caesar. When the...

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Residents of Middletown’s Tomaso Plaza Voice Complaints

By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – Some residents of the Alice V. Tomaso Plaza public housing complex say they have health and safety concerns about the building and believe the housing...

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Scene On Film: ‘Arbitrage’

By Joan Ellis Arbitrage brings the Wall Street predators of today’s headlines to vivid life. In an unexpectedly strong performance, Richard Gere creates Robert Miller, a commanding hedge fund manager who...

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Application for New LB Temple Continued

By John Burton LONG BRANCH – Mem­bers of the city Zoning Board of Adjustment expressed skepticism during a hearing for a proposed West End synagogue when the congregation’s rabbi stressed that...

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Getting Lost in a Maze of Maize

By John Burton HOLMDEL – The corn maze visitors try to maneuver each fall at Casola Farms is actually planned much earlier in the year. The 30-acre Casola Farms, located at...

September 28, 2012 | comments