Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Fight in the museum: 10 questions with Micheal Madigan

Micheal Madigan is a Hamilton-based painter. I have admired his wonderfully colorful acrylic paintings for a long time.

Schore to Please: Summer jobs

Now that summer is nearing an end, let us reflect on summer jobs, our introduction to the world of labor and exploitation when the halcyon days of youth end for real

Nature in the Valley: Summer may be ending, but outdoor time is vital as ever

Labor Day marks the time families conclude their summer vacations and plan their back-to-school transition. Hopefully, you’ve taken the opportunity to change up your routine and recharge

She Said, She Said: Greetings from another near-miss in Asbury Park

Living in Central Jersey, you probably know someone with a Bruce Springsteen story. A cousin who ran into him in Red Bank. An uncle who bummed a cigarette off him in 1978. A friend of a parent’s friend who swears he helped Bruce change a tire on 539.

Parting Shot: Bytes and bites in the dog days

The fact that pets are better suited for domestic life in the future was already clear from our confrontation with the American immigration service when we arrived seven years ago

She Said, She Said: I have no idea what I’m doing

I think most people grew up with complete illustrations of what they wanted or expected their future to look like, right? At least a loose timeline mapped out. I know I did.

10 questions with artist Joseph Gyurcsak

Joseph Gyurcsak is no Sunday Painter. He is an expert in materials, technique, color and composition.

Robbinsville Mayor’s Column: Big changes coming to recycling program

In order to keep township rates in line and achieve our recycling goals, we have to make some substantial changes and we will need the cooperation of all township residents.

Complex Simplicity: For whom the toll bills

Living in the NY/NJ/PA area fosters a familiarity with tolls, and a natural aversion to them.

Schore to Please: My first yard sale—a primer

Effortlessly, I sold two lawn chairs and two propane tanks. I sold an old fedora, claiming that it had once been owned by Indiana Jones

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