Breaking the Chain Fundraiser Night

Tuesday, April 1, starting at 6:30pm. The Metuchen High School cafeteria and auditorium became a place where people came together for one cause – in support of MHS Breaking the Chain Club’s annual dinner. Entertainment that night included movies, slam poetry, choir performances, and dance by the students of Metuchen High School. $10 got you […]

First Ladies: Influence and Image

via powertolearn.com – In honor of Women’s History Month, Power to Learn has partnered with C-SPAN to bring a “First Ladies: Influence and Image” learning experience to the 6th grade students at Edgar Middle School. “First Ladies” tells the stories of the women who served in the role of first lady over the last 44 […]

Main Street Snow 2014

Video by David Zetino via Youtube So what we could only hope as the last snowstorm of the season. The total snow which fell onto Metuchen streets was 13.1 inches (as of 9:30 a.m. Feb 15). We’ll probably need to add another 3-4 inches by Saturday night. Metuchen residents took to social media to raise […]

Sharon Goldman – CD

January 10 – What a wonderful album release show at To Be Continued, Inc.! Thanks SO much to Sergio and Karen Winters for being so welcoming and supportive…and all my dear friends, neighbors and community for coming out on such an icy, bitter night. I had a wonderful time singing and hanging and chatting. Loving […]

Metuchen High School – South Pacific

(Video has been edited for time considerations) The Metuchen High School Footlighters’ spring musical: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific. “Set in an island paradise during World War II, two parallel love stories are threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war.” This timeless classic contains many of musical theater’s best loved songs, such as “Some […]

Junebug Artfest 2011 Opening Night

Celebrating Creativity Through the Eyes of a Bug by Joy Kreves Bugs are getting lots of press lately. New Jersey, where I live, has a Brown Marmorated Stinkbug problem that has developed in the past several years. These tough, flying bugs like to come buzzing into our houses. They have a rank, “green” smell when […]

Jazz in Metuchen

Big thanks to Steve Kaplan and the Metuchen Cultural Arts Commission for sponsoring this Jazz fest featuring volcalists Vida Allworthy & Steve Kaplan’s Occasional Trio and Mary Foster Conklin with Art Lillard’s On-Time Band. Metuchenites came in full force in support of this wonderful event as well enjoy an afternoon of Jazz. Looks like the […]

National POW/MIA Recognition Day

Observances of National POW/MIA Recognition Day are held across the country on military installations, ships at sea, state capitols, schools and veterans’ facilities. It is traditionally observed on the third Friday in September each year. This observance is one of six days throughout the year that Congress has mandated the flying of the National League […]

Acoustic Night at Brewed Awakening

Sharon Goldman’s Acoustic Singer-Songwriter Showcase once again filled Brewed Awakening Cafe with a sundry of musical flavors! A delayed NJ Transit and a running injury (she’s training for the NYC marathon), didn’t prevent singer/songwriter MEG BRAUN of Brooklyn from gifting our town with her music mixed with her powerful yet sweet vocal flair. There too […]

The One & Nines

The One & Nines, featured on August 5th, combined a repertoire of original music and deep track blues and soul classics performed with in the moment rock & roll energy and gospel-soul spirit. Band members include singer Vera Sousa, Will Hansen on piano and organ, Jeff Marino on vocals and guitar, Lorenzo Wolff on bass […]