December 7, 2020
New Jersey Man Honors His Daughter’s Memory by Helping Abuse Victims and Families with Missing Loved Ones
Ed Parze created the Stephanie Parze Foundation in honor of his daughter. [Credit: Ed Parze] (FREEHOLD, N.J.) — On the […]
December 6, 2020
A New Jersey Cinema Finds Its Second Life as Craft Brewery
Though movie screens around the country have gone dark because of the ongoing ravages of COVID-19, the brewery’s owners say the cinema’s old Hollywood wizardry will now live on in restaurant form.
November 4, 2020
Face-off for Control Over New Jersey Town Committee Seats
The Township Committee meets twice each month at the Holmdel Municipal Complex. [Credit: Matthew Sockol] Despite party infighting, a Republican-controlled […]
October 6, 2020
Essay: Is Provocateur James O’Keefe a Journalist?
Conservative activist James O'Keefe reports on the apparent misdeeds of the left. But does his work qualify as journalism?
September 30, 2020
A New Jersey Town Loses its One-and-Only Vegan Dining Option
The Stewart’s Restaurant of Hazlet Township shuttered this September. [Credit: Matthew Sockol] (HAZLET, N.J ) — The only vegan […]