Archive: 2012 December

When Gift Giving isn’t a Natural Talent

By Nicholas Harary The best gift I ever received was a $10 pair of orange gloves bought specifically for my 2 a.m. runs to the Fulton Fish Market (which thankfully...

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NJ Rep Presents New Comedy: ‘Esther’s Moustache’

LONG BRANCH – The New Jersey Repertory Company will present the world premiere of Esther’s Moustache by Laurel Ollstein in December. Esther’s Moustache which began preview performances on Thursday, Dec....

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About Town

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS Auditions will be held for the Fifth Annual Sounds of the Highlands, Jr. on Saturday, Jan. 12. Singers, dancers, poets and instrumentals between the ages of 5 and...

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A Fair Trial?

By Joan Ellis The premise is stark: The fight to stop the state of Arkansas from killing an innocent man. West of Memphis (a Sony Pictures Classics release) is a documentary made...

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How to Care for Your Farm-Grown Christmas Tree

When a Christmas tree is cut, more than half its weight is water. With proper care, you can maintain the quality of your tree. Below are a number of tips...

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Storms Could Benefit Forest Biodiversity

By Michele S. Byers After more than three centuries of repeated cutting for timber, firewood, charcoal and conversion to rocky pastures, the forests in New Jersey’s Highlands (in northwestern New...

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Moving Forward After Your FEMA Letter Arrives

By The Federal Emergency Management Agency Hurricane Sandy survivors have many options for obtaining disaster assistance even if they receive a letter stating they have insufficient damage. The survivor has...

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RBR Community Struggles with Loss

By John Burton   Red Bank Regional High School is a community in pain, as its members struggle to come to terms with the sudden loss of a well-loved student....

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It’s ‘One Stop Shopping’ for Holiday Parties, Catered Dinner at Jacques

By Cort Smith As an anecdote to a pretty tough economy, Jacques Exclusive Caterers is promoting a special “cocktail party” this holiday season for home parties and businesses, says Lisa...

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FH Boy Learns to Help Others

By John Burton   FAIR HAVEN – We can all make a difference, at any age. We hear that time and again, but if you have any doubt just ask...

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