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uDo, Inc. Opens Nonprofit Arm to Benefit Area Nonprofits

uDo, Inc.® was founded by Holmdel resident Anthony Dalleggio, Jr. with the mission of ensuring that everyone on the planet owns a toothbrush and uses it in the most eco-friendly way possible. This socially conscious business is a manufacturer, importer, and distributor of the only bamboo-handled toothbrush with a U.S. Patent. What makes uDo, Inc.® socially conscious is the immense giveback guaranteed with every purchase. uDo, Inc.®, in collaboration with Saker ShopRite stores, has ...

Historic Havens: Ocean Beach Club

By Lori Draz The drive along Ocean Avenue from Deal through Long Branch is full of head-turning homes and spectacular ocean views. As grand as these homes are, the history of the area is even grander. Built during the economically explosive gilded age, these summer homes, humbly referred to as cottages, attracted presidents, industrialists, government officials, and celebrities, all who came to bask in the Jersey Shore sun. Among them was a private residence that would go on to become the ...

Frame to Please ” Paws for a Cause”

Frame to Please/Paws for a Cause Date: July 31, 2016 Time: 11am-2pm Location: The Galleria, 2 Bridge Ave Red Bank  N.J. 07701 (732) 741-8062 The pet fund raising endeavor of Frame to Please " Paws for a Cause" will be hosting a book signing " Zach to the Rescue" by local children's  author Karen Sandy. This will be an exciting event for children & adults alike to meet with the author. Karen Sandy will be donating all royalties to the Associated Humane Society. More informat...

Historic Havens: Seabright Lawn Tennis and Cricket Club

By Lori Draz The oldest lawn tennis and cricket club in the nation is located in Rumson. Founded in 1877, Seabright Lawn Tennis and Cricket Club has a long, rich history and an active current membership. The club has 16 lawn tennis courts, 15 Har-Tru courts, one hard court, and four platform tennis courts. Lawn tennis was introduced to America in 1875, when a tennis set was imported from England by the Staten Island Cricket & Tennis Club for installation. Months later, the residents ...

Children Affected by Storm Sandy Give Thanks for Family and Community at Premiere Event

Children Affected by Storm Sandy Give Thanks for Family and Community at Premiere Event ARTS HEALING PROJECTS TAKE CENTER STAGE AT MIDDLETOWN ARTS CENTER  Children Affected by Storm Sandy Give Thanks for Family and Community at Premiere Event Sunday, November 24, 2013, Middletown Arts Center, 36 Church Street, Middletown, N.J., 4:00 p.m. On Sunday, November 24 at 4:00 p.m., 34 young artists, ages 4-15, who participated in arts healing projects at Small Factory Productions in Fair ...

WILD WINTER ELIXERS AND SPICES

 WILD WINTER ELIXERS AND SPICES On November 19th  Rachael Mackow will present a program titled “Wild Winter: Elixirs and Spices from the Native Garden” at 1:00 at the Atrium, on Rt. 35  in Red Bank, at the invitation of the Navesink Garden Club. The public is invited to attend free of charge. Today we turn to our spice rack and medicine cabinet for warming, aromatic spices, and remedies to ease cold-season complaints. Imagine yourself as a homesteader, miles from the market and ...

ENTERTAINMENT CORNER By Laura Kolnoski

ENTERTAINMENT CORNER By Laura Kolnoski                   The line from an old Temptations song, “People movin’ out, people movin’ in” is an apt description of the constant flow of commercial and residential activity in Red Bank. Known as “Hip Town” and now using the slogan “A cool little town,” it’s been up, down, and stagnant in recent decades. Red Bank is currently on an upswing; a resurgence on the cusp of a new era. This is good news for area ...

Barnabas Health Hospice to Host Holiday Bereavement Workshops in Essex and Monmouth Counties

Barnabas Health Hospice to Host Holiday Bereavement Workshops in Essex and Monmouth Counties Barnabas Health Hospice to Host Holiday Bereavement Workshops Barnabas Health Hospice and Palliative Care Center will host a series of free bereavement workshops titled, “Handling the Holidays” for individuals coping with the loss of a loved one this holiday season. Programs will be held as follows: Tuesday, November 12; 6:00 p.m.; Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Newark Thursday, ...

RED BANK ROUND-UP By Laura Kolnoski

RED BANK ROUND-UP By Laura Kolnoski   Accelerating the Arrival of Rooftop and Terrace Dining Teak Restaurant on Monmouth Street may be the first borough eatery to offer outdoor rooftop and/or patio dining, but at least three other restaurants will be hot on Teak’s heels. While Teak reportedly already went through a long and costly process to get approvals to enter this new realm of Red Bank dining, subsequent applicants will benefit from a streamlined application process discussed ...

LIGHT THE NIGHT WALK TO BE HELD IN LONG BRANCH

LIGHT THE NIGHT WALK TO BE HELD IN LONG BRANCH   The New Jersey Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) will hold their annual Light the Night Walk in Long Branch at the Great Lawn on Saturday, October 19. Light the Night raises significant funds for cancer research and unites communities in the fight against blood cancer. Light the Night Walks occur each year in communities across the United States and Canada in the autumn. Teams of coworkers, friends, and families ...