Archive: 2013 March

I Feel Pretty …

By Kathy Miele It was early on a weekend morning when I decided to give myself a day of pampering. Going through the cabinets in my bathroom I found all...

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About Town

FAIR HAVEN Bird expert and historian Robert DeCandido, Ph.D., will share his knowledge of the “Owls of New York, New Jersey and Long Island” in his program of the same name,...

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Workshop to Offer Caregivers Resources, Skills, Help

NEPTUNE – The Monmouth County Office on Aging will sponsor a workshop, entitled Caring for the Caregiver, from 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, at the Monmouth County Connection,...

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Monmouth Medical Center Trustee Named Association Trustee of the Year

LONG BRANCH – Mon­mouth Medical Center trustee Judi Dawkins was recently named New Jersey Hospital and Healthcare System Trustee of the Year at the 94th annual meeting of the New...

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Sunshine, Warm Weather and Pedicures

By Alana Larsen Thank you for your wonderful comments on my last article, Color Gels. It is such a pleasure to share the information I have gathered in my 28...

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Noted Author to Read Works March 12 at Monmouth U.

WEST LONG BRANCH – The 2013 Visiting Writers Series at Monmouth University continues with a reading by award-winning author Mary Gaitskill at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 12 in Wilson Hall...

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Highlands St. Pat’s Day Parade March 23

HIGHLANDS – The Highlands Business Partnership will present its the 11th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 23, with nearly 100 marching units. Bagpipers, marching bands, Irish...

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SB’s Assessing Sea Wall Damage

By John Burton SEA BRIGHT – The closing of part of Ocean Avenue for the better part of four days late last week has the mayor worried it could have...

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Park System to Sell Seven Presidents Beach Badges Beginning March 20

LONG BRANCH – Summer is coming and there’s no better place to spend it than on the sandy beaches of Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park. Season beach badges and parking passes...

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Pop Goes Spring

It’s here. It’s there. It’s in the air. Spring has officially sprung – at least in the fashion world. While spring is sprung at 7:02 a.m. Wednesday, March 20, it’s...

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New Report Spotlights Coast’s Value in Jobs, Trade and Tourism

By The American Shore & Beach Preservation Association Many understand that beaches are business generators, an attractor for visitors and residents (and the businesses that follow them). But a major...

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RB’s Sizzling New Steakhouse

By John Burton RED BANK – It took a little longer than initially anticipated, but it was worth the wait, said Matteo Ingrao, owner of Char Steakhouse. “I’m pleased with...

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Racing Against Nature’s Deadline

By Michele S. Byers The clock is ticking on beach restorations up and down New Jersey’s coast, but one noteworthy project is facing a deadline imposed by nature rather than...

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Brown Named Next MU President

WEST LONG BRANCH – Monmouth University’s Board of Trustees has an­nounced that Paul R. Brown, current dean of the College of Business and Economics at Lehigh Univer­sity, has been appointed the...

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Supporting Musicians of All Talents

By John Burton ASBURY PARK – Song­writer/producer/musician Jon Leidersdorff saw a need in the local music business and education scene and began working to fill it. Now about five years...

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