Communications specialist. Former business reporter, former Sacramentan. #NewLife in South & at #UNC. Also at @KellyJohnsonBiz.Communications specialist. Former business reporter, former Sacramentan. #NewLife in South & at #UNC. Also at @KellyJohnsonBiz.

39th Annual Atlanta Jazz Festival

39th Annual Atlanta Jazz Festival

examiner.com — One of the largest free, jazz music festivals is happening Memorial Day weekend, in Atlanta, Georgia. To initiate the celebration, during the entire month of May, jazz performers will showcase their talents around Atlanta leading up to this exciting weekend festival. Each year, thousands come to historic Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta to celebrate jazz performers and musical greats.

Burlington County Times

burlingtoncountytimes.com — After graduation, he was honored to embark on a 27-year career as an artilleryman and missileer with the U.S. Army, reaching the rank of colonel. A decorated veteran, Kelly served overseas assignments in Germany and Korea, and served two combat tours in Vietnam.

Princeton Half Marathon draws more than 1,000 runners

nj.com — PRINCETON - Just over two years ago, Mary Westerwelle thought that the idea of running a marathon was crazy. That was until a friend of hers was participating in a half marathon near where she lived, and persuaded her to join. "At first, I hated it," she said.

Retired Justice Virginia Long speaks at MidJersey Chamber women leaders series

nj.com — HAMILTON - Retired New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Virginia Long describes her life as a juggling act. "It is unbearably hard to be a daughter and a mother, a lawyer or a judge and to try to juggle all of those balls," she said. "But even though it is really, really hard, it is thrilling.

Authentically Autistic -- Like Mother, Like Son

huffingtonpost.com — He is free to be himself the way I wasn't until my 30s, and if it weren't for him, I may never have been given the gift of diagnosis. Allowing him to be himself -- free, proud, and authentically autistic -- is the best gift I can give him in return....

Sinkholes open up at Lawrence Shopping Center, blocking parking and inconveniencing shoppers

nj.com — Dozens of sinkholes have opened up in the Lawrence Shopping Center over recent months, blocking access to hundreds of parking spaces and raising concerns for some shoppers and merchants. Behind chain-linked fences that don "no trespassing" signs, what should be smooth, even pavement looks more like black waves as the asphalt caves into the earth.

Grounds For Sculpture to exhibit work of famed architect Michael Graves

nj.com — HAMILTON - From unique architecture around the world to simple houseware items, the designs of famed Princeton-based architect Michael Graves can be found seemingly anywhere. But 50 years worth of work from the internationally acclaimed artist will come to one place next month - the Grounds For Sculpture.

Rider University 'Bronc Buddies' help freshmen move into dorms

nj.com — LAWRENCE - It worked like an assembly line. As vehicles pulled in front of the freshman dormitories at Rider University yesterday, each one was immediately swarmed by upperclassmen, or "Bronc Buddies," prepared to label, unload and transport luggage of incoming students to their new homes for the coming months.

Steinert High School freshman orientation features ice breaker with ALS bucket challenge

nj.com — HAMILTON - With less than a week before classes start, the incoming freshmen class at Steinert High School got the opportunity to break the ice today not only with fellow classmates, but administrators as well.
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