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Tunnel to Towers

Tunnel to Towers

Alyson Mandato, Writer

October 3, 2013


Filed under Current News, Pop Culture

On September 11, 2001 America was changed forever. It only took 102 minutes to kill nearly 3,000 innocent people. They were taken away from their friends and families in a blink of an eye as The World Trade Center became the target of a massive terrorist attack. The twin columns of glass and steel, that...

One Year Anniversary

Annalisa Leite, Writer

October 1, 2013


Filed under Current News

On October 28th, 2012, Super Storm Sandy tore through the Jersey Shore, destroying almost everything in its path. Coming up is the one year anniversary of this natural disaster, and people affected are remembering and still recovering from that terrible day. Especially the people of Union Beach, a small...

Sayreville Welcomes Back Starland Ballroom

Sayreville Welcomes Back Starland Ballroom

Jamie Galyas, Writer

September 25, 2013


Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Current News

Almost one year after Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast; the iconic Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey has finally reopened. The famous concert hall opened on Friday, September 6th with the legendary Stone Temple Pilots to kick off the concert season. In October 2012, when Hurricane Sandy swep...

New York Fashion Week 2013

New York Fashion Week 2013

Stephanie Brogna, Writer/Photographer

September 19, 2013


Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Current News

Both popular and up and coming designers displayed spring 2014 designs at the New York City Fashion Week. The question is, what will spring 2014 fashion bring us? September 5-12 was Mercedes-Benz fashion week in New York City. This years designers, like Betsey Johnson, Vera Wang, Max Azria, and Ralph...

Pinto Park

Pinto Park

May 30, 2013


Filed under Current News

Union Beach, a town devastated by Hurricane Sandy, started their healing process by building a park in honor of another disaster. Jack Pinto, a six-year-old killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, is now represented throughout Union Beach by a blue-and-white playground. On May 4th at 1 pm, t...

Mysterious Halo

Mysterious Halo

Briana Bowers, Writer

May 30, 2013


Filed under Current News

New Jersey residents experienced a rare sight on May 15: an illuminate ring around the sun. The ‘ring’ was actually a 22 degree halo. When light exists a prism at a 22 degree angle it separates into vivid colors. The sun’s halo is created when light reflects through ice crystals. Ice crystals...

Pinterest Interest

Pinterest Interest

Caity Canning, Writer

May 28, 2013


Filed under Current News, Features

Finally an organized and chic website for spontaneous, modern ideas all in one website enters the “social media” world. Categorized topics give original and modern ideas to people all over the world. Whether you’re looking for nail designs, healthy recipes, new clothing trends, or simply a good...

The Cicadas are Coming

The Cicadas are Coming

Gerard Gonzales, Writer

May 28, 2013


Filed under Current News

After 17 years of underground feasting, ugly, noisy insects called cicadas invade the East Coast. This spring they’re coming back and they will rule the air in swarms by the billions. The group expected this spring, known as Brood II, is the offspring of cicadas last seen in 1996. In 1996, the cicadas,...

Becoming Slimmer is a Bigger Issue for Some

Becoming Slimmer is a Bigger Issue for Some

Kristin DiPede, Writer

May 28, 2013


Filed under Current News

It seems personal image is more important to Governor Chris Christie than some may have thought. If you were to ask Christie himself, he would tell you that his weight has been a long-term health issue, not political. Lap-Band surgery seems to be a bigger issue for the public than for Governor Chris ...

NFL Talks HGH

NFL Talks HGH

Chris Green

December 17, 2012


Filed under Current News, Sports

According to ESPN, the House Committee On Oversight and Government Reform will assemble for a hearing next week regarding the testing of HGH (Human Growth Hormones), also known as steroids, in professional football. The NFL Players Association mentioned the insufficiency of HGH testing and sought to...

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