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Asbury Park Convention Hall is a 3,600-seat indoor EXHIBIT CENTER located on the BOARDWALK and on the BEACH in ASBURY PARK, MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ, United States.
It was built between 1928 and 1930 and is used for sports, concerts and other special events.
Adjacent to the Convention Hall is the PARAMOUNT THEATRE; both are connected by a Grand Arcade.
Both structures are listed in the NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES.
The first official convention held at Convention Hall was the annual meeting of the NEW YORKS FRIAR'S CLUB on July 5, 1930.
Since that time, the hall has hosted countless conventions, community meetings, sporting events, trade shows and antique automobile shows. Since 1951, the Monmouth County Cotillion Society has held its annual Debutante Ball at Convention Hall.
The hall is also the alternate venue for Asbury Park's Easter Parade in the event of inclement weather.
Since February 2008, Convention Hall has been the home venue for the Jersey Shore Roller Girls roller derby league
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today we are recapping our tour of downtown asbury park nj
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The Light of Day Foundation, Inc., utilizes the power of music to raise money and awareness in its continuing battle to defeat Parkinson’s disease
People were invited to follow a schedule of activities
walking tours in the downtown asbury Park nj area
art galleries, eat in shops, photo galleries, and funiture shops allowed music artist to perform in their shops for the programming
Marcellaus A. Joiner: Supervisor of the Heritage Research Center at the High Point Public Library and the Archivist for the High Point Museum in High Point, North Carolina. Marcellaus has a B.A.in History from North Carolina A&T State University and a Masters of Library Science from North Carolina Central University. He has proudly worked in the Archives and Library field for over the past 8 years. He is also a member of the Kappa Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc.
Marcellaus A. Joiner will discuss his research on his Neal family’s past as well as discuss how his career played a large part in his family research findings. In addition, this discussion will focus on how Marcellaus linked his family to William Neal the slave owner of Greene County, Georgia. This fascinating story and research will explore how he discovered that his third great grandmother Zilphy Ann Neal was owned by William Neal and that they had seven children together. His 2nd great grandfather John Neal was the only child that he could find in his research that moved away from Georgia in the early 20’s. One of Marcellaus major reasons for doing this research is to help reestablish these family lines.
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They aspire to strengthen your confidence and joy in Jesus Christ - at every point in your life. They also encourage personal and spiritual growth through prayer, Bible studies, conference, retreats, community picnics, and group hands-on activities.
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Blacks have spent centuries attempting to measure up to western Christianity's religious standards. Black preachers heralded high moral standards and strict religious observances that kept the idea of "heavenly rewards" ever before the eyes of their members. Has this desire for religious and holy legitmacy and legacy contributed to the black church's current condition of carnality and withdrawal. What role does black gospel music and preachers have in reaffirming the contemporary religious struggle in the black church? Join Pastor Neal for this and other topics of interest
It's Black History Month and many will be honoring our ancestors who impacted American life. For most this creates a dissonance between being African American, black, and American. It also is a time when confirmation bias is at its most complex in the black church tradition. Confirmation bias is a term most people are not familiar with but operate in everyday. There are things that we believe that no one can dissuade us from believing. Many times we surround ourselves with others who share similar beliefs, ideals, or values. The church is in the business of confirmation bias, but are preachers using it to reinforce negative ideas and practices. How does confirmation bias and cognitive dissonance work in today's preaching and church experience? Join Pastor Neal for this and other great topics.
On the heels of one of the most asinine games in NFL history, Mike Asti is here to guide you through another Pittsburgh Steelers playoff week. The Steelers managed to get past the Bengals (thanks to some help from the Bengals) and now are headed to Denver.
Joined by Neal Coolong, of USA Today Sports' Steelers Wire, Mike will recap all that was the Cincinnati drama, then preview the Divisional Round matchup with the Broncos.
How productive can fans expect several of the Steeles injured key stars to be?
Gold quality Pittsburgh Steelers talk is on the Pittsburgh Sports Initaitive airwaves and the Radio: PI Podcast Network.
Ryan Rocks It Asbury Park Style, (live talk radio show). I am pleased and so excited to interview my Niece, Amal Mimish, Community Organizer & Prospective Law Student - Washington, DC. I am pleased and so excited to interview my Niece, Amal Mimish on Thursday 2/11/2016 at 5:30 PM. To listen live call the studio # 213.943.3559 or go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ryan-rocks-it-asbury-park-style.
I spent a wonderful 4 days with my niece a few months ago. I had never been to Washington, DC before so you can imagine what a thrill it was for me. I really enjoyed spending time with my family, seeing the City, the White House and Lincoln Center, etc. I also had the opportunity of taking many great photos which is one of my major hobbies. I loved the Washington, DC City atmosphere and was in photo heaven. I will be posting photos at a later date for your enjoyment!
People, get ready for a super informative and interesting conversation regarding "Save McMillan Park" and also saving "Union Arts DC". Just to let you know this is the first time that I am interviewing a family member. It is also the first time I am stepping out to speak on a SENSITIVE ISSUE. The issue of HISTORY! The second day of my visit Amal asked me if I would like to go on a (Peoples Tour of the Historic McMillan Park), and that we did and so much more. Amal and her surprise guest will tell you all about this passionate group of people and what they are doing to SAVE a part of this Historic Park for the generations to come. As stated above there will also be some discussion regarding the "Union Arts DC" building. BTW, both "Save McMillan Park" and "Union Arts DC" have facebook pages.
Be sure to tune in for an informative, interesting and above all else - FUN, FUN, FUN time with me and my niece, Amal.
“The Strategy of Success” radio program will discuss many topics and give the listener a great deal of information on current issues, a plan of action and other activities that will focus on the most excellent and proven methods for the African American, in particular, to achieve success; However, the solutions offered will be appropriate for all ages, genders, political affiliations or religious beliefs.
In these two power-packed hours, in addition to sure-fired solutions, there will be invited guest authors, speakers, entrepreneurs, and other professional who will assist you on your path to success. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive answers from these professionals who will be ready to explain “how" you can achieve your goals and material objects.
Tamara Neal is a Certified Relationship coach, domestic violence advocate, and the owner and founder of a full-service residential adult assisted living center. Neal learned to trust her instincts while employed as an emergency communication technician for the Baltimore County 911 Center. For years, she listened to screams and terror as callers bore the brunt of toxic relationships. In the seeming eternity between calling 911 and the arrival of the police, Neal was the only help available for the person on the other end of the phone. During this time, she received a national diploma in emergency dispatch; her dispatch experience gave her the authority needed to write Venomous Relationships, which won a 2015 National Indie Award of Excellence. Neal is also the author of The World's Top Ten Worst Men for Women Guide and two children's books, Friendship, which is a 2015 National Indie Award of Excellence finalist and Kinship. Her articles have appeared in CNN, Mind Body Green, Chispas Magazine and Edge Newspapers. Neal has been interviewed on the national Jesse Lee Peterson Show and Dr. Tranquility Talks and has appeared on the Fox affiliate morning show, Good Day DC Fox 5. WBFF TV 45. Neal currently lives in Maryland with her husband. Together they have four sons, a daughter, numerous grandchildren and a fish name Fred.
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In the last show of 2015, Mike Asti graces the Pittsburgh Sports Initiative (the new branch of Pens Initiative) airwaves. Mike is joined by Neal Coolong, of USA Today Sports' The Steelers Wire, to talk all things Pittsburgh Steelers and all things asinine to close another NFL season.
No longer holding their own destiny in their hands, who would be most to blame for missing out on the playoffs? Mike and Neal cover Tomlin, Big Ben, and even some off the field news.
It's the final 2015 chapter of Radio: PI on the Radio: PI Podcast Network.