Brookdale Community College celebrated its 50th anniversary on Tuesday with a birthday cake at the College of Visual Arts among well-wishers, County officials, and members of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), whose members were among the strongest advocates for a community college in Monmouth County half a century ago.
For some, camp is about playing sports. But for 40 local high school students, the second annual GenCyber Jersey Blues program is about playing mind games.
The Asbury Park Board of Education unanimously voted to extended Superintendent Lamont Repollet’s contract for another five years during its June 29 meeting.
For Tonya Lee, art is not a matter of representation, but a method of preservation. Rather than depicting images from reality, the Asbury Park artist explores a more intuitive form of expression.
Colts Neck Township, encompassing approximately 32 square miles in Monmouth County, offers its residents an ideal combination of open spaces, proximity to the Jersey Shore and ample retail opportunities and commuting convenience.
Standing at just 5-foot-7 and 145 pounds, Steven Gluckstein’s parents knew since he was young that he was not going to be a football or basketball player.
There’s a chance to imagine yourself as part of the biggest franchise in film fantasy history. Some power pop on the dock. A heat-blast of Latin-flavored jazz in the park. A little beach-music soul on the sands. And one of the world’s most beloved plays on yonder grassy knoll.
Friends, family and people and people who only read her name in the headlines came to celebrate Sarah Stern’s life this weekend.
More than 260 community members helped celebrate Brookdale Community College’s 50th anniversary and raise a record amount for local students during the Brookdale Foundation’s 2017 Scholarship Ball, held June 9 at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club in Farmingdale.
We’re heading into the middle of July as summer humidity sets in. At least it feels that way when I get into my car before I crank up the AC. Enough perspiring. Jersey Shore biz news never gets soggy.