Congratulations Princeton Professor Michael Cook. Michael Cook, the Class of 1943 University Professor of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton, was named an Honorary Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge University, in a ceremony on April 27, 2018. The fellowships recognize those of high distinction in their fields, and there are no more than 25 fellows at any one time.
Get a taste of classical music and see Gustavo Dudamel conducting. On a large screen with surround sound, Dive right in.
Happy to stumble upon this… and the food is as good as it looks!
Today, we hit the streets, visiting a handful of Asbury Park’s eateries in its 7th annual restaurant tour. The weather was fair, and the food was tasty. The great thing about these tours is that it gives you a snapshot of the places that you want to go back to. The ones with the longs […]
When it’s sunny out, sometimes it hard to imagine how a storm could be raging and so ravaging elsewhere. Today, it’s a different story with the constant rain and wind, so reminiscent of our own storm from 5 years ago. The endless wetness, the fall-like weather. This was Sandy, and now, there’s Harvey. Our hearts go out […]
When life summons you to new places — a new job, a destination wedding, or to visit a friend — exciting things can happen when you look beyond the traditional. We recently found ourselves planning a trip to San Francisco. Rather than stay at a hotel in the City, we searched for a retreat. Spiritual […]
Take your Shakespearean hats off for this one, the emcee warned us at the onset of the performance. When you see the Quintessence Theatre’s adaptation of Love’s Labor’s Lost, you’ll know why. It’s Shakespeare with Americanisms throughout. Josh Carpenter plays the “fantastical” Spaniard Don Armado, and his performance is superb, and downright funny. That voice he uses! The cast gives […]
Are you going to try to catch a leprechaun on St Patrick’s Day? We tried… and we are still trying. In the meantime, we’re getting ready to celebrate the day as intended. Here are a few places you can visit — Erin go Bragh. Harrigan’s Pub, Sea Girt St. Stephen’s Green Publick, Spring Lake Kelly’s, Neptune Rod’s […]
March is here and our thoughts are turning to a bunch of fun things: spring shopping, Belmar’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, music, and weekend time with family and friends. First, we start with shopping! The weather is back to being seasonably cold (as it should be!), but we’re warming up to the thoughts of spring […]