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Special Events for July 2017

July 1 through 26 “Summer Show of Painters” Exhibit – at the Guild of Creative Art, 620 Broad Street, Shrewsbury.                 Summery images will delight the eye in The Guild of Creative Art’s cool main gallery during the month... Read More

New Jersey Lighthouses

Here’s an enlightening suggestion for a unique day trip: think lighthouses! New Jersey has many to explore, and they’re important and historic parts of our coastal heritage. You’ll appreciate the distinctive differences in the architecture and informative... Read More

Arcades Offer Entertainment Blast from the Past

In a world that is constantly progressing and modernizing with technology, it is refreshing to see that classic games are still being appreciated. At YESTERcades in Red Bank, guests feel as if they have been teleported into the past as they re-experience... Read More

Unplugging the Internet Generation

Welcome to Teen Scene. Each month, our young authors write, in their own voice, stories that will educate and inform fellow students and parents on a variety of topics. If you are a teen who would like to write your story, contact The Journal. We’ll... Read More

Whitewater River Excursions

With the arrival of June and the start of summer, there may be no better time to plan a day trip on the water – as in, an exciting whitewater river trip! Whether it’s a lazy tubing excursion or a more active ride in a kayak, canoe, or raft that you... Read More

Let’s Talk About Hazelnuts

June 1 is National Hazelnut Cake Day. Although we don’t give hazelnuts or hazelnut cake a lot of thought, the nuts that are the basis of this delicious cake have an interesting “nutty” history. A fascinating discovery was made in 1995 on an island... Read More

Pancakes Aplenty

Did you know there are countless possibilities when making pancakes? There are so many combinations, so many creative flavors you can invent, and so many breakfast and dinner meals you can craft – all with a little help from a book such as Pancakes... Read More

The Great Auditorium at Ocean Grove

(With special thanks to Darrell Dufresene and the Historical Society of Ocean Grove)   The entire town of Ocean Grove is a treasure trove of historic homes and architectural curiosities. It has the largest collection of Victoriana, or “painted... Read More