NORTH BERGEN BRIEFS
LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU! – Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Executive Producer Guy Gsell visit the life-sized Tyrannosaurus Rex at Field Station: Dinosaurs, the 20-acre outdoor Jurassic learning expedition and family tourist attraction in Secaucus. The visit is part of Guadagno’s “Tourism Tuesday” initiative, promoting the diversity of New Jersey’s tourism industry during the busy summer season and showcasing the state as the premier tourism destination in the Northeast to vacationers of all ages and interests.
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‘RENT’ BRINGS DOWN THE HOUSE – The Ghostlight Productions NB summer production of the groundbreaking rock opera “Rent” sold-out more than 100 seats for two shows at 90 Park Restaurant. When the show first opened on Broadway in 1996 it won numerous Tony Awards, including best musical, best book and best musical score. The Ghostlight Productions NB cast and production team, musical directors Melissa Welz and Manuel Ribes, revived the youthful energy and love of that era for the three-hour musical. For more info on upcoming news, auditions, and shows contact ghostlightproductionsnb@gmail.com.
‘RENT’ BRINGS DOWN THE HOUSE – The Ghostlight Productions NB summer production of the groundbreaking rock opera “Rent” sold-out more than 100 seats for two shows at 90 Park Restaurant. When the show first opened on Broadway in 1996 it won numerous Tony Awards, including best musical, best book and best musical score. The Ghostlight Productions NB cast and production team, musical directors Melissa Welz and Manuel Ribes, revived the youthful energy and love of that era for the three-hour musical. For more info on upcoming news, auditions, and shows contact ghostlightproductionsnb@gmail.com.
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LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU! – Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Executive Producer Guy Gsell visit the life-sized Tyrannosaurus Rex at Field Station: Dinosaurs, the 20-acre outdoor Jurassic learning expedition and family tourist attraction in Secaucus. The visit is part of Guadagno’s “Tourism Tuesday” initiative, promoting the diversity of New Jersey’s tourism industry during the busy summer season and showcasing the state as the premier tourism destination in the Northeast to vacationers of all ages and interests.
LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU! – Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Executive Producer Guy Gsell visit the life-sized Tyrannosaurus Rex at Field Station: Dinosaurs, the 20-acre outdoor Jurassic learning expedition and family tourist attraction in Secaucus. The visit is part of Guadagno’s “Tourism Tuesday” initiative, promoting the diversity of New Jersey’s tourism industry during the busy summer season and showcasing the state as the premier tourism destination in the Northeast to vacationers of all ages and interests.
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SEASON FINALE – Lisa Fischer, Grammy-award winning singer, will headline the final concert Aug. 27 of the Summer Concerts on the Hudson 2014 series.
SEASON FINALE – Lisa Fischer, Grammy-award winning singer, will headline the final concert Aug. 27 of the Summer Concerts on the Hudson 2014 series.
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LOOKING TO THE FUTURE – Thomas Leung (with son Kyler) and Annie Lee run School Movement on the Hudson, a group seeking to establish a new school on the waterfront.
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