The Atlanta New Earth Festival dates back 44 years to a hippie-ish beginning.
It is expected to draw close to 100,000 people on Saturday and Sunday.
Continue reading James Bechtold was one of Metuchen’s bravest, and dubbed the unofficial “Mayor of Metuchen.” A fireman since he was 18, he became the treasurer of the Metuchen Fire Department. Continue reading The 1972 film “Jeremiah Johnson”, directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Robert Redford as the title character, is about a man who seeks solace in the American West, and to live the life of a mountain man in the 1850s. Continue reading Perched high atop the Weehawken Palisades, before the panoramic backdrop of the Manhattan skyline, is a grim reminder of the tragic death of one of this country’s great Founding Fathers — Alexander Hamilton.
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Continue reading Centenary College was founded by the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1867 as a preparatory school and women’s college.
The Woodstock of arts and crafts, drawing tens of thousands of visitors to a remote outpost.
The tiny town of Atlanta, in northern Hamilton County, with a population of 750 and a “few soreheads,” as its welcome sign reads, is gearing up for one of the biggestannual gatherings in the state.
Here comes another holiday Strange Xchange, a pop-up flea market! Join Weird NJ at the historic Wellmont Theater on Saturday, Dec.