Their instruments are tuned, their costumes pressed. Meet the finalists for the 2014 Hollywood edition of Morristown’s Got Talent!
Hannah Kraft didn’t set out to launch a bilingual vacation Bible camp at her Morristown parish, but the successful new summer program at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church was the payoff for her curiosity. Originally, the idea was to help Spanish-speaking kids learn English. Hannah, 17, envisioned teaching other teens English when she joined a Bible […]
Say “good vibrations” to most California musicians and you may catch a wave of surf tunes. Tyler Sussman and AJ Block shared a very different interpretation this week on the Morristown Green. They are partners in the Didge Project, which celebrates all things didgeridoo. It’s an Australian instrument, mate. AJ, a jazz trombonist by […]
By Adam Casadevall George Gramby Day offered many attractions for kids on Saturday, including a bouncy castle, a jungle gym, and a mini train that ran around the Abbett Avenue playground. But the thread that ran through the day was sobriety–and the support that those struggling with addiction can find in the surrounding community. Morristown […]
By Ben Burgess Loudspeakers pumped, burgers sizzled and smiles flashed over the weekend at Morristown’s Cauldwell Playground, scene of the fourth annual youth rally by Our Youth Their Future. Co-founded in October 2010 by Councilwoman Toshiba Foster and other area moms, the event began in response to a local teen’s suicide. The idea was to […]
Hurricane Sandy reminded us to be prepared for all kinds of emergencies. That goes for heat waves, too. Saturday’s scorching sun did not stop emergency management agencies from holding a Preparedness Fair in Morristown. Here are details from the co-organizers, the local chapter of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with pictures from […]