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Day Trip Turns to Night Trip at Magic of Lights Display

Sometimes, a day trip turns into a night trip – especially during the short days of the winter holiday season, when the sun sets early and the dark evenings are illuminated with festive lights. If that sounds like a bright idea to you, then you’ll... Read More

Special Events for October/November 2019

Classic Car Show Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10 am to 4 pm 1st Avenue, Atlantic Highlands The Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce 2019 Fall Classic Car Show invites attendees and car enthusiasts to appreciate exquisite automobiles from every year, make... Read More

Karen Giuffre

Challenges of Teaching the ‘Hard Stuff’ in School

Having read the title, you are most likely expecting an article about calculus, physics or the analysis of poetry. For some, these were the more challenging school subjects. However, the everyday issues at the core of American society spark questions... Read More

How to Organize Your Computer Desktop

It’s logical for your computer screen to be called a “desktop” as it holds the digital equivalent of papers that can accumulate on top of a real desk. But if your screen is cluttered with so many tiny icons or folders that you struggle to find what... Read More

Let’s Dish: Let’s Talk about Pasta

Ah, pasta…possibly the most brilliant invention known to man (well, to foodies, at least!). Deliciously nutritious, quick to prepare, extremely satisfying to the taste buds (and tummy), and economical, too, pasta is everyone’s “go-to” food when... Read More

Saving With Cindy

8 Tech Gadgets That Can Save You Money

The first thing most people think of when they think of buying tech gadgets is how expensive they are. While some tech gadgets are expensive and are luxury items, there are many items that will actually save you money. Some may pay for themselves in less... Read More

Escape into a Virtual Reality

To paraphrase a popular song by Madonna, we are living in a virtual world. Modern technology has made it possible to create computer-generated, three-dimensional recreations of the world around us – plus worlds we could only imagine – through virtual... Read More

Day Trip to the New York Hall of Science

Got tech? Love tech? Then you’re going to want to head to the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), a science and technology museum located in Queens, New York, at the former site of the 1964 World’s Fair pavilion in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. It’s... Read More