Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Mosque Leaders to Hold Anti-Extremism Event

MOUNTAIN LAKES — Condemning the deadly events that took place in Brussels, Belgium last week, local religious leaders will be joined by Morris County officials to discuss anti-terrorism and anti-extremism positions at the Villa at Mountain Lakes on Wednesday, March 30. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community will hold...

Mad Men returns tonight for it’s final episodes

AMC's period drama Mad Men is coming to an end with the final seven episodes of the last season premiere on Sunday, Apr. 5. The first episode of season 7 part 2 will air at 10/9c and pick up from where season 7 part...

5G Internet: Powering The 2018 Olympics And 8 Other Things 20 Gbps Networks May Do

The concept of 5G Internet has been theorized for several years, but now the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has finally agreed on how to define the network. A 5G network is one that can achieve maximum speeds of 20 gigabits-per-second. The ITU is an...

Willie Nelson Aims to Go Platinum—in Weed

Country music fixture and unapologetic marijuana enthusiast Willie Nelson is officially starting his own cannabis venture. It’ll be called Willie’s Reserve and, as the name implies, it purports to be more along the lines of a fine wine than a funny cigarette. The Daily...

Summer Concert Series Continues: “3 Daze til Sunday”

PARSIPPANY — 3 Daze Til Sunday Band will be performing on Thursday, July 20 at Parsippany's Summer Concert Series held at Veterans Memorial Park, 1839 Route 46 East. The band starts at 7:30 p.m. 3 Daze Til Sunday Band is the Tri-State's Party Powerhouse Covering Journey,...

Albert Einstein: A Driven, Curious and Innovative Mind That Changed the Course of History

This article appears in the Newsweek's special edition, 100 People Who Shaped Our World, by Issue Editor Tim Baker. Everything is relative. It’s a statement made across cultures, languages and geographical barriers. Despite being a profoundly abstract statement, it somehow explains a great deal...

Anthony Duke Claus returns to Kafe Mozart

PARSIPPANY — Anthony Duke Claus returns to Kafe Mozart! Since he was a toddler, Anthony Duke Claus has been in the spotlight. From international commercials to off-Broadway theater to popular television, the now 20-year-old  William Paterson University student has been around the singing and acting block more than a...

Celtic Thunder X to perform at MPAC, Thursday, September 20

MORRISTOWN — Irish vocal powerhouse Celtic Thunder returns to Mayo Performing Arts Center on Thursday, September 20 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $62.50 - $102.50. The tour celebrates the groups 10th anniversary as well as their most recent release, Celtic Thunder X. Backed by the amazing Celtic...

One of New Jersey’s Most Notable Painters to Hold Solo Exhibit at CCM

RANDOLPH — One of New Jersey's most-notable and beloved artists, W. Carl Burger, will be holding a solo exhibit in the Art and Design Gallery at County College of Morris (CCM). The exhibition marks the first solo exhibit in the renovated CCM gallery. The exhibition runs from...

Fans Want To Believe ‘X-Files’ Revival Is On The Horizon

Fans of “The X-Files” desperately “want to believe” it’s true: A continuation of the iconic sci-fi series could begin shooting as early as this summer. Fox, the network that aired “The X-Files” between 1993 and 2002, is close to finalizing a deal for a...

Girl Scouts placing American flags on veterans’ graves

PARSIPPANY — In preparation for Veterans Day Friday, November 11, Girl Scout troop spent time placing hundreds of flags on veterans' graves at the Vail Memorial Cemetery. The Vail Memorial Cemetery at Parsippany Presbyterian Church is a historic cemetery dating nearly 300 years. Including graves of veterans from nearly...

34th Annual Lead East returns to Parsippany

PARSIPPANY — Lead East is a five day Oldies Music and Old Car Festival Weekend unlike any event held anywhere on this planet. The word Lead is old car vernacular meaning customized car. It's what auto body men used before Bondo auto body filler was...

Daniel Baldwin to Accompany “The Wisdom to Know the Difference” Featured Screening at the NJ Recovery Film Festival

UNION — Daniel Baldwin will be the featured celebrity guest at New Jersey’s first Recovery Film Festival, with a screening of his feature film The Wisdom to Know the Difference. The event is taking place at Kean University in the STEM Building June 2-3,...

Valerie Fund’s ‘Hamilton Holiday Raffle’ offers two tickets to Broadway show

MORRIS COUNTY — The Valerie Fund, with a location at Morristown Medical Center, will hold a fundraiser Friday, December 23 for two tickets to see the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning musical “Hamilton” at 8:00 p.m. Friday, March 3 at the at the Richard Rodgers...

Mutts Mania at Lurker Park today

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EAST HANOVER — Mutts Mania 2016 will be held from 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. today at Lurker Park, Ridgedale Avenue and Eagle Rock Avenue. Admission is $10.00 with children under 18 and dogs of all ages free. The afternoon will feature a sentwell.com Doggie Fashion Show, featuring Celebrity...

Jon Hamm Might Play Major Villain on The Walking Dead [Spoilers]

“Mad Men” actor Jon Hamm would love to play an infamous The Walking Dead villain in the AMC series. Ham spoke to MTV news about the upcoming “Mad Men” series finale, and was asked if he would play Negan. For those who haven’t...

Someone Must Wash the Dishes: An Anti-Suffrage Satire

PARSIPPANY — Accredited actress Michele LaRue, in period costume, will portray a fictional speaker in this witty, satiric monologue written by pro-suffragist Marie Jenny Howe in 1912 on Thursday, April 13, 7:30 p.m., at the Bethel in Trinity Park, Mount Tabor.  Many women fought against the vote...

Auditions for Spring Musical “Shrek the Musical”

MORRISTOWN —  MPAC's sixth annual spring musical will be Shrek the Musical. Auditions will take place Sunday-Tuesday, February 11-13 from 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Theatre for principal roles and ensembles. Details on casting and auditions can be found by clicking here. MPAC is looking for...

We’re Not In Kansas Anymore. The Wizard of Oz Travels Over the Rainbow

MORRISTOWN — The greatest family musical of all time, THE WIZARD OF OZ, is touching down in Morristown at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Friday, November 2 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, November 3 at 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 pm. Tickets are $49.00 to $99.00. This...

New documentary challenges IQ testing and limits placed on people with intellectual disabilities

MORRIS COUNTY — A free screening of INTELLIGENT LIVES, a documentary by award-winning filmmaker Dan Habib, will take place at Mayo Performing Arts Center on Monday, October 22 at 7:00 p.m. Following the screening, a Q/A discussion will be held with Richard Feldman and Janice Fialka,...
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