The Great Outdoors

Make your outside space even greater by creating a stylish living area that’s as welcoming as any room inside By Lisa Girard Whether it’s the post-9/11 trend toward nesting or...

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Dishing It Out At Country Day

Fh Author Pens Comic Novel   WHEN THE MATH-whiz son of struggling single Mom and local caterer Josie Messina gets a full scholarship to the prestigious and assuredly upscale Little...

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Gone But Not Forgotten: FH’s Friendly Turkeys

FAIR HAVEN — Awhile back, some new neighbors moved in to the area near the Church of the Nativity at Ridge and Hance Road. They were unexpected and maybe unwanted...

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Middletown Teachers Receive Digital Technology Awards

MIDDLETOWN — Teachers have to be as down with technology as the kids in their classrooms.And that in part was the motivation for Middletown’s high and middle schools to conduct...

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Getting Rosy At Riverside Gardens Park

RED BANK — The mild weather has people thinking about gardening. That’s true for Rumson residents Bob and Karen Hespe. But the garden on their minds, and those of a...

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Pot Protester Must Wait For Day In Court

MIDDLETOWN — Eric Hafner sees a bigger issue with his arrest in the township for possession of a small amount of marijuana late last year, as do some who joined...

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Scene on Film: ‘In Darkness’

By Joan Ellis A long time ago I took an oral history of a woman who drove her five children in a hay wagon from her farm in the Russian...

March 15, 2012 | comments

A Show of Hands

Nails are big business, not to mention an affordable way for women to express themselves By Julie Davis Manicures are a beauty ritual that began well before the 17th century....

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Discover Colts Neck: A Two River Times Special Advertising Section

Colts Neck Hot Yoga When former professional dancer Ann Yocum hung up her dancing shoes for the final time, she set out to find a new way to stay fit...

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Found Around Town: Welcome Spring

Freshen up your look with the season’s top accessories By Julie Davis From Red Bank to Manasquan, stores have come alive with all things spring. Between the happily decorated windows...

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Field of Flags

Edith Nowels of Middletown kneels outside Westminster Presbyterian Church on Tindall Road. The congregation placed American flags on the church lawn recently in memory of those who have died in...

March 15, 2012 | comments

A Culinary Romp Through Rumson

By Ellen Cancellieri McCarthy I’m about to embark on my March Madness tour of restaurants in our Two River area. Next to fashion, dining out is my favorite passion. I...

March 9, 2012 | comments

Two River Tables: A Food Calendar

Every Tuesday and Wednesday in March, Red Bank Flavour and the Red Bank RiverCenter presents  Red Bank Flavour Fixe, a Dine Downtown prix fixe dining event. More than 20 Red...

March 9, 2012 | comments

RFH Tower Players Present ‘Jekyll & Hide’

The Tower Players of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School invite you to discover what’s behind the façade as they present Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical, a tale of the epic...

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From the Wine Cellar: The Wit and Wisdom of Wine

By Charles B. Rubinstein “A man cannot make him laugh but that’s no marvel; he drinks no wine.” William Shakespeare Many wine connoisseurs tend to treat the subject of wine...

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On Tap At Salt Creek Grille: Craft Beer Tasting Dinner Featuring Local Brews

RUMSON – The last hyper-local craft beer tasting dinner at Salt Creek Grille, featuring beers from Kane Brewing from Oceanport, sold out in record time. Regional Partner Steve Bidgood advised thirsty...

March 9, 2012 | comments

Tower Hill Oratorio Choir Offers ‘Gospel Mass’

The Tower Hill Concert Series presents the annual concert by the Oratorio Choir, March 25 at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church at Red Bank, 255 Harding Rd. The...

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Middletown North Lions Win NJSIAA Sectional Title

By Ryan Fennell Colts Neck – Revenge couldn’t be any sweeter for the Middletown North Lions. With high expectations coming into this season, the Lions were on a quest to...

March 9, 2012 | comments

Christian Brothers Academy Advances To State Title Game

By Brian Deakyne MORRISTOWN — Behind an intensifying effort, Christian Brothers Academy had no problem advancing to its first state title game since 2009. CBA held off St. Peters Prep...

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Middletown South Rolls In Quarterfinal, Comes Up Short In Semi

By Brian Deakyne MORRISTOWN — All things considered, the Eagles accomplished one of their goals of the night. Not much went right for the fifth-seeded Eagles, who fell 7-2 to...

March 9, 2012 | comments

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