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Example of an early cellular telephone in use in 1984. The woman was the vice president of Ameritech, the Chicago-based regional Bell Operating Company that operated the pioneering Chicago cell system. (Image Source: Morven Museum & Garden)

On Thursday, July 28 at 6:30 p.m., spend an evening discovering six episodes of major AT&T innovations (many created in New Jersey), presented by AT&T’s Corporate Historian Dr. Sheldon Hochheiser.

These discoveries include:

The Telephone that started it all (Massachusetts).

The High Vacuum Tube Amplifier (New York), which made it possible to amplify an electrical signal, and thus made transcontinental telephone service possible. It also enabled radio and television transmission. more

Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) has appointed Anastasia Rivkin, Pharma.D., Ed.D., as the dean of the School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, effective July 1. Rivkin has been serving as the interim dean.

“Anastasia’s leadership and expertise provide tremendous strength for the future of FDU’s heath initiatives in pharmacy and beyond,” said Michael J. Avaltroni, university provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.  more

The Ocean City Sailing Foundation, located at 520 Bay Avenue in Ocean City, offers sailing instruction to beginners who have no experience on a sailboat, to experienced sailors who want to develop their skills, to potential racers who want to learn the basic elements of sailing competition. more

Get ready for Rutgers Homecoming 2022!

Current, former, and future Rutgers students, faculty, staff, and fans are welcome to partake in Scarlet Knights pride during Homecoming Weekend on October 20-22. Rutgers football will be facing Indiana and the matchup should be a heart-thumping event. more

Located at 1000 Ocean Avenue in Asbury Park, the Silverball Museum Arcade is a living, breathing, and blinking tribute to the pinball and video gaming past. With 600 games in rotation (all under one roof), it’s likely that you’ll get to play on your favorite game from the past, while discovering some new ones along the way. View the entire list of games here: https://www.silverballmuseum.com/asbury-park/about/our-machines/more

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has opened a new hospital, the Middleman Family Pavilion, in King of Prussia, Pa. Located at 550 South Goddard Boulevard, it is CHOP’s second location in King of Prussia. more

The annual Borough of Glass Art Walk and Night Market will take place on Saturday, July 16 in Glassboro Town Square from 5 to 10 p.m. This is a free, family fun event and there is something for any art enthusiast or casual observer to enjoy. Food vendors will be on-site selling food and non-alcoholic beverages. There is ample free parking and signage. This is a rain or shine event. Live entertainment includes glassblowing and circus performances, among others.  more

Musician Elton John will perform live at Met Life Stadium on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24 at 8 p.m. Ticket prices start at $85 and are available through ticketmaster.com. 

This concert is meant to be an electrifying tour de force of John’s greatest hits and a look back on the heels of his 75th birthday.  more

The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) foundation has elected David Rago, owner of Rago Arts and Auction Center (https://www.ragoarts.com) in Lambertville to its board of directors. 

An expert in the field of American ceramics, art, and pottery, Rago began dealing in American decorative ceramics at the age of 17 and has authored several books on the subject. He also tours and lectures nationally and appeared regularly on the PBS series, The Antiques Roadshow. 

Rago Arts and Auction is a leading U.S. auction house with $30 million in annual sales. It serves thousands of sellers and buyers providing personal service and competitive commissions for single pieces, collections, and estates. 

Rago was awarded a B.A. in English from TCNJ in 2016. He and his wife established The David Rago and Suzanne Perrault Faculty Endowment and are generous annual donors to TCNJ’s School of The Arts and Communication.  more

The annual balloon festival of New Jersey releases approximately 100 hot air balloons into the sky every summer. This year’s celebration is set for July 29 through 31 at Solberg Airport in Readington. Admission prices range from $12 to $32, and hours vary. With so many colorful hot air balloons filling the sky, the event should be a spectacle unto itself. more

Have you ever wondered about the history of Atlantic City, which was once a melting pot of newly arrived immigrants and even bootleggers during the prohibition era? 

On Saturday, July 23 at 2:30 p.m., Atlantic City Food Tours will be talking about all that and more during their walk through Ducktown, a district of Atlantic City that was heavily settled by Italian immigrants during the 20th century. Over the years, the neighborhood has gone through changes, but many of the historic culinary institutions have survived.  more

Join Hopewell Theater on Tuesday, July 12 at 7 p.m. for the continuation of their Art of Living Well Series, which focuses on inspiring films, speakers, and interactive discussions that examine our personal relationships with the natural world. 

The event will include a showing of Big Wave Guardians, a surf film that takes an honest, behind-the-scenes look at how the lifeguard profession began and what it means today. The lifeguards in this film occupy the world’s most dangerous 7-mile stretch of surf on Hawaii’s North Shore. more

Following 16 days of free museum admission and outdoor musical performances, the Wawa Welcome America fireworks display is the city of Philadelphia’s free Independence Day show over the skies of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.  more

A yearly favorite for residents of Central New Jersey, the 2022 Sourland Mountain Festival will take place on July 23 from 3 to 8:30 p.m. at Unionville Vineyards in Ringoes. 

The event aims to bring together the best in local musical talent, food, and drink. It’s also a great family-friendly event where attendees are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets to sit back and enjoy the views of the Sourland Mountains.  more

Platinum-selling and Grammy-nominated singer and actor Chris Isaak will perform at the Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown on Tuesday, July 26 at 8 p.m. A concert favorite over the last three decades, Isaak is known for timeless songs like “Wicked Game,” “Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing,” “Somebody’s Crying,” and more. Ticket prices start at $59 per person. more

Considered to be the top aquarium in the Northeast, Camden’s Adventure Aquarium is a premier and scientifically sound facility where children can interact with aquatic creatures in a whole new way.

Over 15,000 animals are located on site, including endangered penguin and shark species, sea turtles, and coral reef (among others). Special attractions like the Little Blue Penguins, Nile Hippos, the Shark Bridge, Shark Tunnel, and touch tanks will leave lasting memories. From the Great Hammerhead Shark (the largest of its species) to the Giant Pacific Octopus, there is so much to see and learn. more

Summer is the perfect time to address that pile of books lingering on your bedside table. These recommended titles from New York Public Library are being made into feature films set to arrive in theaters this summer. Our suggestion — read the literary form before you see it on the big screen. It’s a wonderful way to put your imagination to the test and see how your own interpretation matches up to Hollywood’s. more

Located along the Delaware River in New Hope, Pa., Solebury School’s Summer Day Camp is a great option to keep kids busy, healthy, and having fun throughout the warmer months.

Campers are overseen by a dedicated and highly trained staff that enjoys spending each day outdoors as much as the kids. Solebury also prides itself on being a confidence building setting where children can express themselves, test new skills, and improve already established skills like swimming, theater, and a variety of sports. more

Raritan Valley Road Runners Race Series returns on Tuesdays — June 28, July 12, and July 26. The races all begin at 6:30 p.m., making for a fun evening spent outdoors. The races traverse mostly grass and dirt terrain with long stretches along the scenic Raritan River. There will also be a Youth Series each evening beginning at 5:30 p.m. Registration for the Youth Series opens at 5 p.m.  more

The Hudson Shakespeare Company presents the second of the summer’s two Shakespeare in the Park performances at the Community Park North/Pettoranello Gardens Amphitheater on Sunday, July 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. 

Under the leadership of Artistic Director Jon Ciccarelli, the Hudson Shakespeare Company is known for utilizing some of the best young and experienced actors, directors, and crew from around the tri-state area. Join them for a rockin’ summer party set in the sixties with Much Ado About Nothing, where revenge is put aside in favor of forgiveness. more