Archive: 2013

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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FH Association Looks to Join Forces with Rumson Businesses

By John Burton FAIR HAVEN – The Fair Haven Business Association is looking to expand its focus by bringing in businesses from neighboring Rumson. Michel Berger, president of the association,...

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Fresh, Bright, Tasty Spring Fare

Spring is a time of renewal and rebirth. It’s also a time when winter menus give way to lighter fare that highlight the flavors of the season, including the resurgency...

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The Cut: Evolve, Update, Transform

By Glen Goldbaum Up-close and personal from behind the chair with Glen   First things first, I want to thank this amazing community for allowing me to hang out with...

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1st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Green may be this year’s color trend, but for Rumson, it is symbolic. It stands for much more than the shade of a shamrock, some of which could be spotted...

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