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Movie Review - "Think Like Men Too"

I barely remember the 1st movie of this series called "Think Like Men" starring comedian
Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson and others. This sequel called "Think Like Men Too" is just

RBR Track Team Goes to National ... Again

A week ago, 14 RBR track team members, who qualified for Nationals, trekked
to University of North Carolina - Charlotte for the New Balance National Championships.

Movie Review - "22 Jump Street"

I was utterly desperate for a mindless take-meaway movie tonight. Of course I also wanted
to see a movie that had some pretty good reviews on Moviefone from both critics and

Red Bank Student News Week of 6/16/14 - Ass't

Coming to the school finish line and lots of good news surfacing.

At the recent Red Bank Regional HS Piano Major and Harp Ensemble, was

Red Bank Youth Tennis Team

I think it was 5 or 6 years ago I formed the Red Bank Schools tennis team as there was
virtually no kids from Red Bank playing tennis at RBR. In addition, we have only 2 tennis

Movie REVIEW - "Ida"

It has been a good couple of weeks since I've seen a movie and had a small window
of time to catch a show this past Saturday. Not into the big special effect movies at the

Theatre Review - "Third" - Two River Theatre

I probably said this before but the uber-quality shows that the good folks at the Two
River Theater Company in Red Bank produce are off the charts special.

Red Bank Student News - Week of 6/2/14 - Assorted

No doubt as Red Bank students get to the end of the
school year, there are lots of exciting achievements,
opportunities and awards to share.

Red Bank Student News - Week of 5/26/14 - Carlos Aparicio

Carlos Aparacio is a young man who has been in Red Bank most of his life, yet he
is a young man that I hardly knew up until 2 years ago. I don't know all the reasons

A True Friend to Red Bankers - The Van Loon Family

I am sure I have never or rarely written about a Non-Red Bank kid in this column. However,
when I saw the below story on the RBR web site about Sr. Jazz Van Loon, really made me