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Barking at the CDC with Janie and MG cartoonist Paul Laud

This week, Janie digs up answers from the CDC.

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‘Requiem for a Newspaper’: Forum to discuss Star-Ledger departure from Newark, Oct. 21

The state’s largest paper has pulled up stakes in Newark. A public forum will discuss the implications.

Bill Cosby in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Bill Cosby in Morristown: Hitting close to home doesn’t have to hurt

What the —- ! He didn’t say what?

Gov. Chris Christie with Senate candidate Jeff Bell at the Morristown Diner. Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11th Dist.) is to the right. Photo courtesy of twitter.com/JeffBell2014

Christie stumps for Bell at Morristown Diner, but passes on main item

Trailing in the polls, the GOP candidate for Senate got a plug from the Governor at his favorite diner on Monday.

The Vail Bar at the Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen, grand opening. Photo by Kevin Coughlin.

Morristown’s Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen announces partial opening, Oct. 21

The world is about to become your oyster–for a princely $1, during Happy Hour in Morristown.

Peter Gordon and Debra King with stained glass window in their historic house during Morristown Historic District House Tour 2014. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘Quiet on the set!’ Morristown’s historic homes tour had that PBS feel

Sunday’s tour was called ‘A Walk Through Time,’ but it felt more like ‘Masterpiece Theater.’ Which of course, it was.

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Hanover Wind Symphony to perform in Morristown, Oct. 26, to start 30th concert season for church

A concert on Saturday celebrates two 30th anniversaries: The Abendmusik series in Morristown, and the Hanover Wind Symphony.

Riders on Vinnie Aguanno memorial ride. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Morristown cyclists do rolling memorial for one of their own

He told his granddaughter: ‘Keep smiling.’ And everyone did on Saturday’s tribute ride.

WHEN RADIO WAS KING: Raconteur Radio recreated the famous 1938 broadcast of 'The War of the Worlds' at the Morristown & Township Library. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Fighting Martians at the Morristown library

Thank goodness America wasn’t using anti-bacterial hand soap when the Martians invaded in 1938.

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Toby Walker put on quite a show at the Folk Project Acoustic Getaway--and he did it on a borrowed guitar, courtesy of Jim Hurst. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Toby Walker, sly devil of the fretboard, at Acoustic Getaway

Slightly off-color but never off-key, this blues champ will start your weekend with a smile.

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A video salute to Vinnie, 91, a Morristown dancer and cyclist who left us too soon

If there is a great dance hall in the sky, Vinnie is biking to it now.

Colonial Corner Sports: Video highlights of Morristown-Mendham football

Colonial Corner Sports: Video highlights of Morristown-Mendham football

The final score was a bitter pill for Colonials fans, but the game was plenty entertaining.

Toot sweet: L’il Rev and his talking harmonica at Acoustic Getaway

Toot sweet: L’il Rev and his talking harmonica at Acoustic Getaway

Who knew an orchestra was hiding inside a $10 slab of tin?

The Jammin' Divas perform at the Folk Project Acoustic Getaway. From left: Hadar Noiberg, Nicole Zuraitis, Aoife Clancy and Kath Buckell. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

A song for Indigenous People’s Day, from the Jammin’ Divas at Acoustic Getaway

The Folk Project’s Acoustic Getaway blended foot-stomping fun with reflective moments like this.

Fifty-seven people attended the forum, hosted by the League of Women Voters of the Morristown Area and moderated by Louise Davis, of the League's Mountain Lakes chapter. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Video: Morris Township candidates square off in Morristown

Who won?

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