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The ‘greenest’ and environmentally ‘meanest’ cars

By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features

The most fuel-efficient models on the market have been falling out of favor lately, as cheap gasoline rekindles consumers’ love affair with less-efficient pickup trucks and SUVs.

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Mirror, mirror


Q: I’ve asked several people about the passenger-side mirror on cars, regarding why it does not give a true view of the closeness/distance of other vehicles.

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Spring is in the air and leasing is heating up at The Waverly

With a prime location near the Tinton Falls border, just off exit 100 of the Garden State Parkway, new renters continue to flock to the Jersey Shore’s newest luxury rental community, The Waverly in Neptune.

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Coldwell Banker Previews International enhances luxury digital and social platform

Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC, a leader in luxury home sales, has enhanced its Coldwell Banker Previews International program with a new digital platform fueled by global content, exclusive videos and social media channels focused on the luxury real estate consumer.

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Rockets to rely on Coppolino, young lineup

By MATTHEW ROCCO Correspondent

The Raritan High School softball team will be much younger this season. But with a senior ace in the circle and a hungry lineup, the Rockets expect another big year on the field.

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The Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation’s 22nd Annual Golf Tournament is set for June 27 starting at 10 a.m. at Eagle Oak Golf and Country Club, 20 Shore Oaks Drive, Farmingdale.

Eagle Oak is a private golf and country club.

Those who register by April 1 will receive $50 off the regular price of $450 per person.

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Brookdale seeks consistency; Scannapieco nears 1,000 wins

By TIM MORRIS Staff Writer

[img_assist|nid=109313|title=|desc= Brookdale Community College head softball coach Bo Scannapieco began this week with 998 career victories. With two more triumphs, he will become the first Division III coach to accumulate 1,000 victories.

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Mater Dei working new players into softball lineup

By WAYNE WITKOWSKI Correspondent

Jeanne Dickinson has seen it all in her 35 years as Mater Dei Prep softball coach, which includes Shore Conference division titles in 15 of the last 18 years and a state championship in 2008.

“I’ve seen a lot of changes,” Dickinson said.

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‘Fly,’ the Story of the Tuskegee Airmen

“Fly,” the soaring tale of the first African American Army Air Corps pilots known as the Tuskegee Airmen, returns in April to Crossroads Theatre where it premiered seven years ago, culminating in a bicoastal tour of the critically acclaimed production.

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When do Mike & Molly and Night Shift return?

Question: I want to say I really enjoy reading your column each week. I love reading what others have questions about and their remarks on shows I watch. My question: When does NBC plan on putting The Night Shift back on their lineup?

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Brookdale to hold Shakespeare event

Brookdale Community College will celebrate the 452nd birthday of William Shakespeare with the sixth annual Shakespeare Read-A-Thon from 6-8 p.m. on April 21 in the Brookdale Performing Arts Center, 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft.

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Hot to trot: New cast impresses ‘DWTS’ judge Bruno Tonioli

By Kellie Freeze

Last Monday, ABC’s Dancing With the Stars kicked off another steamy season, but judge Bruno Tonioli says that Week 2 is when the season really heats up. “Then the pressure kicks in,” he says. “Then you start to see who will rise to the pressure and who will be fragile when the mistakes happen.”

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Cheers & Jeers

By Damian Holbrook TV Guide Magazine, @damianholbrook

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Did you know ...

by Rick Gables

We can forget the past and rewrite the future when Outlander returns to Starz. The new season premiere will air on Saturday, April 9, at 9 p.m.

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Who will save us?

By Paul Hall


After exiting the screening of the new film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice by director Zack Snyder, “wow” was the only comment that came to mind. But was that a good “wow” or a bad “wow” I was feeling? Let me try to explain.

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Celebrate Arbor Day with community service

The Lincroft Village Green Association (LVGA) will celebrate Arbor Day at 10 a.m. April 30 at the Lincroft Green on Newman Springs Road in Lincroft. Parking will be available on Old Phalanx Road.

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Harry J. Noles

Harry J. Noles, 84, of Louisville, Ky., passed away on March 17 at Norton Hospital, Louisville. A proud native Louisvillian, Harry was a graduate of Male High School, attended the University of Louisville, was a U.S. Navy veteran and a network engineer for AT&T. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking and was a jack-of-all-trades, master of many.

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Community yard sale slated for April 23

The Lincroft Village Green Association (LVGA) will sponsor its 12th annual Community Yard Sale from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. April 23 throughout Lincroft.

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Fundraiser to benefit scholarship fund

The Lincroft Village Green Association (LVGA) will hold its Community Scholarship Fundraiser from 4-9 p.m. May 11 at Melody’s Cafe, 650 E. Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. Fifteen percent of proceeds will benefit the scholarship fund.

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The future in movies and TV

By Sabrina Napolitano, ReMIND Magazine

With the invention of the steam engine in the mid-19th century, technological innovation in Western civilization took off like a bullet. Since then, we’ve never been satisfied with the status quo, always looking for new and improved ways of getting around and doing our business.

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