The award-winning series MetroFocus premieres new episodes in the New York and tri-state region weeknights at 5 p.m. on WLIW21, 5:30 p.m. on NJTV and 6 p.m. on THIRTEEN. All episodes are available at metrofocus.org following the broadcast. (more...)
Comedian, comedy coach and founder of the Las Vegas Comedy Institute Don Barnhart will present the latest graduating stand up class on October 11th, followed by his new sketch and improv group. (more...)
The Piano Men tribute offers a night of songs, energetic performances, outrageous costumes and true rock 'n' roll. Sir Elton John and Billy Joel tribute artists – Jeffrey Allen and Matthew Banks – respectfully capture the prowess of the legendary musicians throughout the interactive show. (more...)
YHS Press is pleased to announce the release of this book by Bruce Allsman: 'The Auto Shop Case (second edition 2015).'
This book is sold through Smashwords, Amazon Kindle and Google at an offer price of $0.99.
A gruesome discovery in the trunk of a white sedan in an auto repair shop, draws homicide detectives John Allen and Chris Davidson into a murder mystery. The victim, Susan Baldwin, is the young wife of a middle-aged real estate developer, Steven Baldwin, a respectable member of the city's business community and a close friend of the police commissioner. Starting the investigation by interviewing anyone who had any possible contact with the victim, the two detectives soon identify a prime suspect, Jim Tully, a mechanic who works there, apparently the last person to see Susan alive. A search of the police database reveals Tully's sordid criminal past and crime scene evidence seems to incriminate him. However, probing deeper, Allen and Davidson discover ulterior motives that confirm the premeditated murder of Susan Baldwin. With the expertise of the medical examiner, Toni Mallard, they manage to uncover a key piece of the puzzle and solve the case.
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The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's 2014 Season will conclude with the Bard's beloved battle of wits, Much Ado About Nothing. Renowned Stratford Festival artist Scott Wentworth will perform 'double duty,' directing the production and playing the staunch bachelor Benedick, opposite his real-life wife Marion Adler as the feisty Beatrice. This production will celebrate the winter holiday season, filled with music and dance that evokes the end of World War II, White Christmas era. Performances begin tonight, December 3rd at the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre, 36 Madison Ave. (at Lancaster Road) in Madison. (more...)