Local Schools Celebrate Catholic Schools Week

BY CAROLYN JOHNSON Research has shown that Catholic schools in the United States do an extraordinary job cultivating in their students the resources for social mobility, regardless of socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, typically at a fraction of the tuition private schools charge. In fact, they do so at a fraction of the tuition public schools […]

Sneak Peek: Red Carpet

BY HEATHER JOHNSON Okay Ladies and Gentlemen, here’s the deal. Revealed at 8:30 Tuesday morning, was finally, the list for this year’s Oscar nominations. We’ve all been wondering who managed to campaign the hardest and who was going to be shunned this year. Well ready or not, here we go. Best Actor and Actress this […]

Father-Daughter Writing Team Takes Westfield, New Jersey’s The Town Book Store by Storm

Father-Daughter Writing Team Takes Westfield, New Jersey’s The Town Book Store by Storm

By Carolyn Johnson The first real snow storm of the season didn’t stop Armand Miele, 83, and his daughter and co-author Donna Miele, from traveling to Westfield, New Jersey for their first public appearance since launching Armand’s heartwarming autobiography, Born Minus: From Shoeshine Boy to News Publisher, An Italian-American Journey. The event took place on […]