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Book Review: Cooking Your Way To Gorgeous by Scott-Vincent Borba

For those interested in becoming a “Beauty Foodie,” Scott-Vincent Borba explains what to eat in order to make you beautiful from the inside out. In his new book, Cooking Your Way To Gorgeous, Borba offers tips, guidelines and recipes that you can eat and some that you can even…

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What It Do: Never Forget (What?)

The “Never Forget” response to 9/11 has always puzzled me, as if there was ever a possibility that anyone who was cognizant that day would forget what happened, or that we as a nation would ever forget.

I still remember exactly where I was, how I found out, and pretty…

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Reality Check: Vladimir Putin – Satirist

It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation. There are big countries and small countries, rich and poor, those with long democratic traditions and those still finding their way to democracy. Their policies differ, too. We are all different, but when we ask

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Deleted Scenes: Distance

My wife and I recently moved so she could start a new job. It’s the first time since I’ve been conscious enough to know where I am that I haven’t. That is to say, the first time I’ve ever lived somewhere that wasn’t my home, North Jersey, Morris Country—or hell,…

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Shoreworld: New Heights Festival This Weekend; The Backyard Sessions At The Saint

New Heights Festival Takes Over Seaside Heights On Sand, Land And Sea

When it comes to unique festival approaches that work, the folks over at NHF are among the leading innovators in New Jersey and beyond. They’ve figured out a way to bring multiple projects together in one concentrated…

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Bar Time: Hooch, Haunts And Hoochie Coochie At The Stanhope House

On any given night you might hear the sounds of banging, thumping and bloodcurdling howls emanating throughout the Stanhope House, a tavern, music venue and former rooming house near the banks of Lake Musconetcong in Stanhope, NJ. Usually though, those plaintive wails are just the sound of one of…

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Out Of Bounds: R.I.P. Tommy Gunn

It’s been hard to keep up lately with all that’s been going on. Football is officially underway, the MLB hunt for October is in full swing, MMA and boxing events are dominating, and believe it or not, preseason hockey starts this week. Here’s the latest:

The NFL season started…

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Maria Mar’s Local Radar: Those Modern Cavemen

My local friends, Wednesday is once again upon us. I must say, many amazing things have been happening in the scene lately. Just to name a few, The Front Bottoms were added to tour with Manchester Orchestra, Brick + Mortar played The Made In America Festival, and Lost In…

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: Elvis Presley’s New Album

Being dead has no bearing on an artist’s career other than not being able to tour. In the case of Elvis Presley, though, he actually toured after he died. His recent Radio City Music Hall show was part of a tour that featured his exact band, back-up singers, opening-act…

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Kam On Film: ‘Riddick,’ ‘Winnie Mandela’ and What’s New In Theaters

Riddick

Universal Pictures 

Rated R for profanity, nudity, sexuality and graphic violence

Vin Diesel Reprises Role As Alien Antihero In Futuristic Sci-fi Adventure

When we first met Richard B. Riddick (Vin Diesel) in Pitch Black, the notorious criminal had been arrested by a bounty hunter and was…

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