Dance your way through history at Liberty Hall Museum’s sixth dance festival

UNION, NJ — The Liberty Hall Museum continues its partnership with Bugge Ballet for a one-of-a-kind event, the Liberty Hall Dance Festival. For the sixth year, guests of all ages will spend an afternoon outside walking through the beautiful museum grounds, enjoying 10 site-specific professional dance performances inspired by moments in history. Liberty Hall Dance […]

UCUC hosts its annual convocation before classes start

UCUC hosts its annual convocation before classes start

CRANFORD, NJ — Union College of Union County, NJ hosted its annual convocation on Tuesday, Sept. 5. The convocation, traditionally the day before fall classes start, marks the beginning of the new academic year at UCUC. This year’s convocation theme was “Navigating the Future of Learning and Work” and featured keynote speaker Maria Flynn, president […]

Hetfield House to host annual Fall Mum & Plant Sale

Hetfield House to host annual Fall Mum & Plant Sale

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ — Don’t miss the Mountainside Restoration Committee’s annual Fall Mum & Plant Sale on the lawn of the Deacon Andrew Hetfield House. This year’s sale takes place Thursday, Sept. 14, through Saturday, Sept. 16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., while supplies last. The committee’s plant experts travel to the grower and hand-select […]

‘Selling Kabul’ reveals a price for everything, even hope

‘Selling Kabul’ reveals a price for everything, even hope

UNION — Premiere Stages, at Kean University, is currently staging “Selling Kabul,” a play about the tenacious strength of family and culture to survive a collapsing social order. It is a 100-minute play staged in real time without intermission having its New Jersey premier. The span of time witnessed by the audience is the same […]

Premiere Stages seeks submissions to annual Play Festival

UNION, NJ — Premiere Stages, the professional theater company in residence at Kean University, began accepting submissions for the 19th annual Premiere Play Festival on Friday, Sept. 1. This yearly competition for unproduced scripts offers developmental and production opportunities to as many as four playwrights with strong ties to the greater metropolitan area — New […]

SAGE: Dedicated to restoring family treasures

SAGE: Dedicated to restoring family treasures

SUMMIT — SAGE Eldercare has announced that its renowned workshop has restored Steven Rapkin’s precious Adu Zatua, a wooden ancestor sculpture carved by the Nias people of Indonesia to honor the spirits of loved ones who have passed for providing guidance. Every statue is different and serves a different purpose. Rapkin’s Adu Zatua, acquired on […]

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