This year the annual International Fly Tying Symposium will move from its former location at the Garden State Exhibit Center in Somerset, N.J., to the Marriott Hotel in Lancaster, Penn. The event will be held Nov. 11-12, 2017. Read more … more ?
Few States have more draconian firearms laws than the Peoples Republik of Maryland, but New Jersey is one, as Marine Sergeant Hisashi Pompey found out. He brought his Virginia legal handgun with him on a visit to The Garden State, and found himself in some sort of altercation in a nightclub. A friend thought bringing […]
NJ 101,5 reports, “A spokesman [Tom Feeney] for the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, which is responsible for maintaining both the Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, let us in on some little-known tidbits that may come in handy the next time you’re ready to freak out at a toll plaza because something’s gone wrong. Show More Summary
by Ned Lannamann Going in Style is a Zach Braff-directed remake of a 1979 Martin Brest movie about three old men robbing a bank. Braff is the spectacularly untalented writer/director of Garden State, which was indirectly responsible for the Shins, who were indirectly responsible for Portlandia. Show More Summary
Newspaper Media Group reports that the Garden State Parkway’s plans for an E-ZPass only interchange are not likely to change after a loghtly-attended public meeting. The post Garden State Parkway’s E-ZPass Only Interchange Likely to Advance, Despite Some Opposition appeared first on Toll Roads News.
"Going in Style" is a heist comedy directed by Zach Braff ("Garden State") that stars Alan Arkin, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine as a trio of lifelong friends who lose their... For more, visit our blog !
As of January 2018, The New Jersey Fly Fishing Show will move locations from the Garden State Exhibit Center to the nearby New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center. Read more in the press release below. Fly Fishing Show Moving to New … more ?
NJ.com reports, “Traffic deaths on the Garden State Parkway spiked to 32 people killed in 29 crashes last year, making it the deadliest year on the toll road since 42 people died in 2007. In 2015, there were 10 crashes and fatalities on the Parkway.” The post 2016 is Garden State Parkway’s Deadliest Year Since 2007 appeared first on Toll Roads News.
NJ.com reports, “Drivers will have a chance to convince officials at an April 4 hearing why they should be allowed to pay tolls with cash at a new Exit 125 ramp from Garden State Parkway south in Sayreville, which is proposed as E-ZPass only. Show More Summary
Press of Atlantic City editors write that the ten-foot wide multipurpose recreational path that is included in the rebuild of the Garden State Parkway bridge over Great Egg Harbor has the potential to become “a new stellar area attraction...Show More Summary
The Garden State can count some of the finest musicians of the past fifty years among its illustrious ranks, and most residents will point to Bruce Springsteen as their champion. For decades the E-Street Band has channeled the aspirational romanticism of anyone who has wanted to turn off the Jersey... Continue reading
It's been thirteen years since Garden State propelled The Shins to mainstream success. In that time, the band's lineup has changed entirely, save for James Mercer, its founder and ever-present frontman. Now, Mercer is hoping to use his band's profile to propel another venture into the mainstream. Show More Summary
Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR), a leading developer and manufacturer of autonomous mobile robots sold in 33 countries, has released a new case study with its customer Magna-Power, a manufacturer of programmable power products for industrial and research applications around the world. Show More Summary
After a turbulent season, the Blue Devils pulled out a death spiral at just the right time. BROOKLYN, NY — The opening scene in Garden State takes place inside a crashing plane. Zach Braff sits in the middle seat as a beverage cart topples over onto his lap and people on either side cry in fear. Show More Summary
Asbury Park Press looks back at a New Jersey toll highway proposal that never came to fruition, “a 38-mile long superhighway between the Garden State Parkway in Toms River and the New Jersey Turnpike in South Brunswick” The post Asbury Park Press Looks at a NJ Toll Road That Was Never Built. appeared first on Toll Roads News.
The offices of New Jersey LGBT rights group Garden State Equality were vandalized over the weekend while it’s director was on the premises. Executive Director Christian Fuscarino said he was inside the office on Saturday evening preparing...Show More Summary
(Featured Photo: Front door of the office of Garden State Equality in Asbury Park after having its glass shattered by an act of domestic terrorism) If you’re a wealthy white friend of the governor and get convicted for a crime,...Read more
NJ.com reports, “For the fifth straight year, toll revenue and traffic was up on both the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, exceeding projections. The Turnpike Authority, which operates both roads, [reported a total of $1.788 billion in revenues] for 2016, $1.57 billion of it from tolls. Show More Summary
An attack on NJ’s gay rights organization Garden State Equality HQ in Asbury Park was vandalized yesterday, with people inside, somebody smashed the glass front door at GSE right where the rainbow flag was hanging. If you want to help...Read more