Category: Entertainment

Once Around the Block

  By Linda McK. Stewart BLOCK ISLAND, R.I. – A turnip-shaped chunk of land, 7 miles wide, 10 miles long, lying about 13 miles off the coast of Rhode Island....

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Where Absurd Oddly Makes Sense

By Philip Dorian In Theatre of the Absurd (capital A), accepted stage conventions are largely abandoned in order to present a view of the world as meaningless and incomprehensible. Robert...

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Scene on Film: ‘Boyhood’

By Joan Ellis With “Boyhood,” Richard Linklater has written and directed a movie that is nothing less than brilliant in its concept and execution. Though his interest in the passage...

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Skywatch: Week of Aug. 8 – 15

Skywatch: Week of Aug. 8 – 15 By Flo Higgins The Leo personality likes being in command of his total environment from start to finish. And, because they are such good...

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The Downtowner: Week of Aug. 8

By Mary Ann Bourbeau Friday, Aug. 8 Heart, 8 p.m. Count Basie Theatre 99 Monmouth St., Red Bank 732-842-9000 Tickets $49-$149 An Evening of Jazz, featuring the Highlands Jazz Collective, 7 p.m....

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Fabulous Food, Drink and Talk on Menu at Appetite This Weekend

By Mary Ann Bourbeau RED BANK – If you’re going to the Count Basie Theatre this weekend, make sure to bring your “Appetite.” The second “Appetite – a Gastronomic Experience”...

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Images Conjured by Storytellers at Art Alliance

  By Marie Maber RED BANK – When artists tap into their personal visions, turning away from trends that capture the attention of their peers, their imagery can emerge with...

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Music in the Streets

  Photos & Story by Chris Spiewak Music has long been a part of Red Bank’s history and infrastructure, and it grows more popular each and every year. The annual...

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A Summer of Fish Tacos and Good Wine

      Domaine Tinel-Blondelet Pouilly Fumé  2012 By Nicholas Harary When I moved San Diego in 1996, one of the many cultural shockers was that everyone ate fish tacos. Fish...

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‘And So It Goes’

Rated PG-13 By Joan Ellis A cranky, nasty, intolerable, real estate agent and a sweet, shy, generous hearted would-be lounge singer meet in their 60s. That’s all you need to...

August 1, 2014 | comments

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