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The New Jersey Repertory Company is a professional, non-profit theater founded in 1997 by SuzAnne Barabas (Artistic Director) and Gabor Barabas (Executive Producer).
Located in Long Branch, New Jersey, the theater's primary mission is to develop and produce new plays and to nurturing the work of not only established writers but new and unknown playwrights and has maintained an open- submission policy receiving over 750 scripts each year from throughout the U.S. and around the world.
Adele Sammarco, Director of Marketing and Communications will discuss the goals of the theater and how it it influencing a new generation of theater participants.
Meet #TheCypher at the intersection of ARTISTRY & CULTURE #TheCorner LIVE Thursday 1/29/15 as they chat it up w/SPECIAL GUEST DJ YRS! We will also discuss the rift between Young Money head Lil Wayne, and his record company Cash Money Records, as well as Kid Cudi's new role as a homosexual. Altidude will also give his album review of Lupe Fiasco's latest release "Tetsuo & Youth". DO NOT MISS IT!!!! 818-495-6975
This week we sat down with Kenny Katzgrau from Broadstreet Ads to talk about some of the latest news in online advertising.
In his most recent blog post, Kenny discussed some of the shortcomings of standard banner ads, especially when it comes to smaller, indie publishers who find themselves in competition with larger publishers.
Kenny worked on Yahoo's Right Media Exchange prior to co-founding Broadstreet with John Crepezzi in March 2012. The Broadstreet team consisted of John Ward of Red Bank Green, Kenny Katzgrau who had recently left Yahoo, and John Crepezzi, formerly of Patch. They set out to build a powerful set of tools for the independent and modern digital news publisher − tools that could be used to network and build a more expansive business than previously possible.
For those of you who missed the live broadcast or didn't get to ask your question, please continue the discussion in the comments section of the post on the NJ News Commons homepage!
After being down 3-1 early in the third period, the Rangers put together a nice old fashion comeback, as the team went on and won 4-3 in overtime after a goal by Kevin Klein, who has been nothing more than a GOAT for this team lately.
Join Rob, Shawn and Nick as they deliver the analysis and give you some great reaction after a solid game by your New York Rangers.
Replacing swift left and right hooks for hooks in captivating compositions, Born 2 Win Entertainment Recording Artist “Chaos” who was born Jameel Laboo, is the next contender fully prepared to compete for Hip Hop distinction. A proficient boxer, the New Jersey native used boxing as a stress reliever until he realized music enabled him to do the same thing and that it was his true calling.
Chaos began writing music as a way to just get his feelings out. But after hearing the late Tupac Shakur it became his dream. Growing up in Newark, New Jersey wasn’t easy. He was exposed to the many hardships of his rough, poverty stricken neighborhood. His father was a drug addict which led his mother to take on the responsibility of being a father as well. His mother worked very hard to provide for her children but she wasn’t able to keep up with the mounting bills.Chaos decided to help his mother and took to the streets very young.
Newark is a city listed as one of the deadliest places in the world was his home. But he always used music as his get away from his reality. The neighborhood loved to hear him rap, so his hood fame grew fast. But unfortunately his criminal cases did as well. Chaos lost trial, and had his 1st child in the same year. As he sat in prison he knew he had to make a big decision. And upon his release that’s what he did. Go hard with his music and raise his daughter. Chaos came home on a bigger level than he was before he left.
Chaos social media:
Twitter: @Chaosdarealest https://twitter.com/Chaosdarealest
Instagram: @Chaosdarealest http://instagram.com/chaosdarealest
Academy president insists she is 'committed to diversity' after Oscars race storm over all-white acting nominees
So that's why the juice 'tasted funny': The moldy food, brown water and roaches of Florida's revolting 'high school of horror'
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2914646/Moldy-food-brown-water-roaches-Students-reveal-disgusting-conditions-inside-Florida-high-school-horror.html#ixzz3P8Df3qdN
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Newborn baby dies after mother 'douses it in flammable liquid and sets it on fire in the middle of a road'
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2914684/Newborn-baby-dies-woman-douses-flammable-liquid-sets-fire-middle-road.html#ixzz3P8Dmenzl
Tuesday October 7th at 5:00pm Eastern we will broadcasting Live on location in New Orleans!! Joining us on the show will be The Avenue Pub rated a Top 50 Beer Bar in Draft Magazine/Rate Beer. We will also have some of the Top NOLA beers in studio for an Ultimate Louisiana Taste Test. Also Hurricanes,Drinking Games,Salute to the Greatest Drunk of all time Andre the Giant,a Big Brew Festival Preview and more..
Watch us live @ http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ddij-live
Listen to us live @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drinkingdirtyinjersey
Tune in and Drink on!!
Worried about the legal trouble you could get into as a small publisher? Questions about libel or libel insurance? Is it okay to use postings from private Facebook groups in a news story?
Not to worry!
The Center for Cooperative Media will be hosting a live broadcast call-in show on Thursday. Our guest will be Professor Ellen Goodman of the Rutgers University Law School in Camden. She will be discussing her upcoming FAQ project at Rutgers and answering some of your questions on libel insurance, privacy, and other journalism-related legal issues.
It's important to remember that Professor Goodman will not be offering any actual legal advice. She will only be answering hypotheticals questions in the abstract, or on the basis of general legal principles.
Watch the HD Video of this report here
Following the confirmed Ebola case in NYC of Dr. Craig Spencer, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo and Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey announced a mandatory quarantine for individuals deemed high risk.
Patients who have had the highest level of exposure to the virus will be quarantined at a "government-regulated facility" for 21 days.
Will the quarantine be used in a rational, effective manner that prevents the spread of the deadly virus? Or, could this be the beginning of a "FEMA camp" scenario that many have feared for so long?
LIVE ACTION TONITE, IT'SFORGETABOUT IT FRIDAY, 1/23, WITH VINNY DE VINGO AND LEE FELDMAN FROM 7PM TO 8PM, EST. PLEASE TRY AND JOIN US TOMORROW AT THE PORT ST. LUCIE ITALIAN FESTIVAL FROM 10AM TO 10PM, EST. CALL 646-716-4343 AND TELL US FLORIDA OR JERSEY!!!
POLITICAL ANIMALS--American Caesar part 2 General Douglas MacArthur's two farewell speeches--One to Congress--the other to West Point Cadets
Audio Historical educational excerpts
EASY PICKINGS--New charity theft involving employee paycheck deductions
January 28th Births-Deaths & Events relevant to US(a-)
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