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Jackson High School Senior Wins National Honors Society Scholarship

By Michele Amabile | April 9, 2021

Alina De Zoysa, a senior at Jackson Memorial High School from Jackson, as been selected as a finalist and winner of a $5,625 National Honors Society Scholarship out of nearly 10,000 applicants. De Zoysa’s accomplishments,…

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Ronnie Wood Bestowed With Prestigious UK Honor

By Michele Amabile | April 8, 2021

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood received the prestigious  the Freedom of the City of London honor earlier this week, he revealed. The UK Award shines a light on those who provide “exceptional service to the…

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Record Store Day 2021 Features The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Tom Petty, Pearl Jam and More

By Michele Amabile | April 8, 2021

Record Store Day will again be held on multiple dates in an attempt to comply with Covid-19 safety precautions. The yearly event will take place in various record stores on  June 12 and July 17,…

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Ozzy Osbourne Inducted Into WWE Hall of Fame

By Michele Amabile | April 7, 2021

Ozzy Osbourne has added another accomplishment to his growing list of accolades. The Prince of Darkness is now a distinguished member of the Wrestling Hall of Fame! Ozzy is in good company, being honored alongside…

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Foo Fighters Front Man Dave Grohl Announces New Book

By Michele Amabile | April 6, 2021

As if Dave Grohl isn’t busy enough as a musician, film maker, and keeper of the rock flame, he is now about to be a published author. The Foo Fighters front man will release a…

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Indigo Girls Added to ‘Concerts On The Green’ Summer Schedule

By Michele Amabile | April 6, 2021

The Count Basie for the Arts has added The Indigo Girls to its ‘Concerts On The Green’ schedule at at Suneagles Golf Club in Eatontown. The folk-rock duo of  Amy Ray and Emily Saliers will…

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Rider University Launches New Program Aiding in Post-Grad Employment

By Michele Amabile | April 5, 2021

Searching for a job after graduating from college can be scary for new graduates, but Rider University is launching a program that will make that next step easier. Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ, is launching…

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Six Flags Announces Coaster Power Hours For Spring

By Michele Amabile | April 5, 2021

Roller coaster fanatics are getting 10 extra days this spring at Six Flags Great Adventure to ride 12 coasters on Thursdays and Fridays, the park announced. The park will host “Coaster Power Hours” beginning April…

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New Eddie Van Halen ‘Bookazine’ Available For Collectors

By Michele Amabile | April 2, 2021

Eddie Van Halen’s life, career and legacy is being honored with a new collectible book offered on the late Van Halen guitarist’s website. Eddie Van Halen: 1955-2020 is described as a “bookazine.” It is 96…

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Journey Settles Legal Battle Over Band Name

By Michele Amabile | April 2, 2021

The year-long battle over control of Journey’s band name has reached an amicable settlement, according to Rolling Stone. Founding member Neal Schon and longtime keyboardist Jonathan Cain have reached an agreement with former members, bassist Ross Valory and drummer Steve…

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