Saturday, March 23, 2013
The following are the films and showtimes for Saturday, March 23.
Clearview Beacon Hill Cineman 5: AMC Loews Mountainside 10: Admission RUNTIME: 1:47 10:05AM 12:35PM 3:15PM 5:45PM 8:15PM 10:45PM The Call RUNTIME: 1:34 10:15AM 12:40PM 3:05PM 5:30PM 7:55PM 10:25PM The Croods RUNTIME: 1:38 9:45AM 11:30AM 12:15PM 2:00PM 2:45PM 5:10PM 7:35PM 9:55PM 10:45AM 1:15PM 3:45PM 6:10PM 8:35PM Identity Thief RUNTIME: 1:51 11:15AM 4:40PM 10:15PM The Incredible Burt Wonderstone RUNTIME: 1:41 11:35AM 2:15PM 4:45PM 7:10PM 9:45PM Jack The Giant Slayer RUNTIME: 1:55 1:50PM 7:30PM Olympus Has Fallen RUNTIME: 2:00 10:30AM 1:30PM 4:15PM 5:00PM 7:15PM 8:00PM 10:00PM 10:45PM 11:15PM Oz The Great and Powerful 3D RUNTIME: 2:11 10:50AM 1:45PM 4:55PM 8:05PM 11:00PM
Saturday, March 16, 2013
They're all driveable, right in New Jersey, and open this weekend for the entire family.
If your kids are bored with the 'same old, same old' activities, try something new this weekend. Here are museums you've probably never heard of, but they have interesting stuff abounding to keep everyone busy and interested. Saturday, March 16 - Gloucester County Harrison Township Historical Society 'Going, Going, Gone... Features Vanishing Landmarks' Weekends, 1-4pm (Till 7pm on Second Saturdays) March 16 - May 19, 2013 (Closed Easter & Mother's Day) Old Town Hall 62 South Main Street, Mullica Hill Join the Harrison Township Historical Society for its spring exhibition, "Going, Going, Gone...Lost Landmarks of Harrison Township." Starting on March 16, the society will display various photographs and artifacts of lost, or soon to be lost…
The following are the films and showtimes for Saturday, March 16.
AMC Loews Mountainside 10
Saturday, March 9, 2013
The following are the films and showtimes for Saturday, March 9.
Click on showtimes to purchase tickets. Clearview's Beacon Hill Cinema 5 AMC Mountainside 10 21 And Over RUNTIME: 1:33 Dead Man Down RUNTIME: 1:50 Escape From Planet Earth RUNTIME: 1:30 Identity Thief RUNTIME: 1:51 Jack The Giant Slayer RUNTIME: 1:55 The Last Exorcism Part II RUNTIME: 1:30 Oz The Great and Powerful 3D RUNTIME: 2:11 Silver Linings Playbook RUNTIME: 2:02 Snitch RUNTIME: 1:52
Friday, March 8, 2013
Pawk will be teaching at The Actor's Camp at Mountainside this sumer.
Tony Award winner Michele Pawk, who starred in the original Broadway cast of 'Seussical,' visited the cast and crew of Roosevelt Intermediate School’s 'Seussical the Musical.' She gave them a psych talk prior to their opening night and students were treated to a question and answer session where they heard, first hand, about her experiences as a Broadway star. Pawk starred as Mayzie LaBird in the 2000 production of 'Seussical,' which played the Richard Rodgers Theatre. For those interested in studying with Broadway stars this summer, Pawk (with her husband John Dossett – Star of Broadway’s 'Newsies') will be teaching at The Actor’s Camp at Mountainside. Two-week sessions begin July 1-12 or July 15-26. For information on this program, call …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Chamber Music and Concert Duo Christopher Collins Lee and Merynda Adams to perform in Westfield.
Irish eyes will be smiling on March 17, 2013 at 3 p.m., when celebrated Chamber Music and Concert Duo Christopher Collins Lee and Merynda Adams perform A St. Patrick’s Day Concert for Violin and Harp at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 414 E. Broad Street (near Euclid Ave.) in Westfield, NJ. Sponsored by The Friends of Music at St. Paul’s, the concert will feature Romantic era music by Saint Saens, Gounod, de Falla and Elgar. Also to be featured is a medley of beloved Irish songs, including The Last Rose of Summer and Danny Boy. Dr. Lee is an internationally renowned violinist and an Official Musical Ambassador of the U.S. Dept. of State. One of his many recordings was chosen to represent human culture on The Voyater Time Capsule, which is …
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Wildlife photography contest at trailside seeks your original photos of wild animals.
The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Department of Parks and Community Renewal are pleased to announce the 2013 Wildlife Photography Contest at Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside. Amateur photographers, ages 6 through adult, are invited to enter their original photographs of wild animals in their natural habitat. Individuals may enter a maximum of two photographs, but only images of wildlife species native to the United States are eligible for submission. Images of exotic wildlife, pets or domestic animals will not be considered. Entries must be un-matted, unframed, 5” x 7” black and white or color prints. Entries must be received by Friday, April 12. “Wild animals are challenging photographic subjects and…
Thursday, February 21, 2013
'Moonrise Kingdom' is nominated for a best screenplay Oscar for Wes Anderson and
Thursday, February 21
"Moonrise Kingdom" will be shown in the Berkeley Heights Library meeting room tonight at 7 pm. Join us for this free movie program. Editor's Note: The following was taken from the Berkeley Heights Library Twitter account, @BHPLibrarian.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
A Walk In The Park, A Photo Gallery In And around Echo Lake
"Let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius." ~Pietro Aretino A walk around Echo Lake Park is a perfect pastime to beat the wintertime blues. There are so many picturesque scenes, perhaps right in your own backyard, just waiting to be captured. Here are some of mine, taken on Saturday, February 9th, in Mountainside.
Which one is worst? Today and everyday, avoid these terrible tunes
Thursday, February 14
By Brian Falzarano More than any other day of the year, music sets the mood on Valentine's Day. However, you want to set the right mood or else romance could turn to ridicule and you could find yourself single. This said, avoid adding these 14 love songs to your Cupid's day playlist at all costs. Aerosmith's “I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing” Remember “Sweet Emotion”? “Walk This Way”? You will want to run away from this unfathomably bad tune that makes some Michael Bolton sound like Metallica. Why the Toxic Twins took this Diane Warren tune for the forgettable flick “Armageddon” … there are no words. Alicia Keys & Usher's “My Boo” So much for the whole being greater than the sum of its chart-topping parts. Outside of being the theme song for a …