Monday Aug 25
The Times of Trenton
Papp's Bowling Center closes its doors after 50 years of parties and tournaments in Bordentown
BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP - Fifty years, eight presidents and thousands of patrons after the doors first opened at Papp's Bowling Center on Route 130 just north of the Farnsworth Avenue traffic light, Betty and Babe Papp are retiring and selling their longtime family recreation destination to a hunting-gunning business that is moving from Robbinsville.
Washington Crossing Audubon Society announces its September events
The Washington Crossing Audubon Society has announced its events for September 2014.
White flags on George Washington Bridge a tribute to John A. Roebling
Remember the white flags that were put up on the Brooklyn Bridge in place of the American Flags that normally stand? Two German artists are claiming that they were behind the act , and the reason why they put up the flags hold a connection to the Garden State.
The Jersey Journal
New Jersey State Museum displays artifacts from 4 World's Fairs
Isaac Broome's "Baseball Vase," created for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, is part of the New Jersey State Museum's exhibit "New Jersey on Display: World's Fairs and the Garden State.