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The Newark lad’s spasmodic dimwit shtick and signature shriek (“Laaaady!” was the “Dyn-o-mite!” of its day) are a love/hate thing. But his gutsy turn in Scorsese’s kinky The King of Comedy is a keeper, and so is his legacy as a Muscular Dystrophy fundraiser– $2 billion since 1952.
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I'm not talking Mick and Keith, but rather the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's wickedly entertaining revival of George Bernard Shaw's first commercial success, 1897's The Devil's Disciple.
Accident scene at intersection of I-280 and I-80 near Parsippany. There are three people in this picture. Can you find the third?
Wedding-cake fads come and go: "cakes" assembled from cupcakes, from cookies, from various pastries, from cake lollipops. But the old-fashioned tiered wedding cake remains first in the hearts of most brides. New Jersey is blessed with a number of gifted wedding cake creators.
Spend a fun evening at Dieci Lifestyle Spa in Livingston to help support a worthy cause ...