Category: Lifestyles

Don’t Take the Fun Out of School Lunches

  By Meghan Loder Getting kids to eat a healthy meal is never easy but just as important is what you pack inside those school lunch boxes and bags. Lisa Testa,...

August 15, 2014 | comments

Heart Healthy School Lunch Tips

  Here are some budget-friendly, creative ideas to keep kids happy and healthy at lunchtime:  Make a Smarter Sandwich While some kids prefer the same thing every day, others may...

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NJ Rep to Stage New Comedy

LONG BRANCH – The world premiere of “Dinner With The Boys” by Dan Lauria will be performed Sept. 11 through Oct. 5 at the New Jersey Repertory Company, 179 Broadway....

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Collectibles: Parting With and Enjoying Them

By Nicholas Harary Last weekend, I sold my 1970 Chevelle at Mecum’s Harrisburg auction. Restoring her has been a labor of love over the last eight years. I enjoyed every...

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Making College a ‘Fun and Enjoyable Journey

By Kathleen Alvarez Most high school graduates are ready to start their college careers after senior year. But what can they expect when they arrive on campus, and how can...

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Hospice, Palliative Care Center Offers Volunteer Training

LONG BRANCH – Next month, Barnabas Health Hospice and Palliative Care Center will host a training program for individuals interested in becoming hospice volunteers in Monmouth County. The volunteer training...

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Jersey Girl’s Stand-up Comedy Is Solid Gold

By Mary Ann Bourbeau DEAL PARK – Although she lives in New York City now, Judy Gold still considers herself a Jersey girl. And, while she doesn’t have anything good...

August 8, 2014 | comments

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...

August 8, 2014 | comments

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