Professional Minecraft Builder

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CJ Timmoneri is a current senior school at Allentown High School in Allentown, New Jersey. He makes money from playing the popular video game Minecraft. What started out at the age of nine as a fun pastime and a game to play with friends has turned into a paying job. He creates various game design, … Continued

The Logic of Logos and Catch-Phrases

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By Pam Teel   Logos are a graphic mark, emblem, or symbol commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. Logos are either purely graphic (symbols/icons) or are composed of the name of the organization. In common usage, a company’s logo is today often synonymous with its … Continued

Local Englishtown Teen Crowned Miss Teen New Jersey USA 2017

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By Pam Teel   16-year-old Briahna Reinstein lives in Englishtown. A junior at Manalapan High School, Briahna was crowned as Miss New Jersey Teen USA for 2017. She will go on to represent New Jersey at Miss Teen USA.   Briahna has a busy schedule and many leadership roles both academically and in extracurricular activities. … Continued

Did You Know…Inauguration Day

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By Pam Teel Did you know that Inauguration Day takes place January 20th following a presidential election? The term of a president commences at noon that day when the Chief Justice administers the oath to the President. If January 20th happens to fall on a Sunday, the Chief Justice will still administer the oath to … Continued

Did you know that Leonardo DaVinci was a man ahead of his time?

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By Pam Teel He was one of the first people to make analytical drawings of the human body. He also designed the first robots, was a talented scientist, inventor, artist, and musician. He was renowned in the fields of civil engineering, chemistry, geology, geometry, hydrodynamics, mathematics, mechanical engineering, optics, physics, pyrotechnics, and zoology. He rarely … Continued

iPhone Secrets You Must Know

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Top Tip: Your iPhone will recharge about 25 percent faster if you put it in Airplane Mode and plug it into a wall outlet. 1. Make text bigger and bolder Despite the iPhone’s large screen size and the iPad’s larger displays, it’s not always easy to read the tiny print on websites and menus. Fortunately, … Continued

Showbox APK Download for Android Mobiles

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Showbox App: Entertainment has a prominent place in the current digital era. People are pretty accustomed to various entertainment sources such as movies, TV, mobile devices and much more. On these digital devices, we can watch different videos, music, movies and other entertaining stuff. Likewise, the manufacturing companies and other software developers are bringing new … Continued

There’s History in Haddonfield

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By Pam Teel       Did you ever find yourself without a thing to do on a lazy Sunday afternoon? Now that gas is cheaper, many people are taking to the roads on mini excursions to places not too far from their homes. They are getting out and exploring towns and sights in their … Continued

Annual Weekend in Old Monmouth Tour to Include the Historic Baird House

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The annual two-day event, “Weekend in Old Monmouth” returns with a list of historic sites throughout the County that will be opening their doors to the public and to people interested in the local history of the county. The tour dates for this year will be Saturday, April 30th and Sunday, May 1st. The time … Continued

The Changing Face of The Perrineville Jewish Center

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By Susan Heckler Driving up to the Perrineville Jewish Center on Perrineville Road, you see a building steeped in history. In 1910, ten men began holding formal religious ceremonies, and in 1925 built the synagogue, originally known as the First Hebrew Farmer’s Association of Perrineville. The building is home to a friendly and heymish community … Continued