Movie Review - "The Martian"

Yes, I am a big Matt Damon fan. He is an A lister and he can
carry most any movie. However, his newest movie "The Martian"
just didn't float my boat when I saw previews probably because

Prown's Memorial Board for Red Bankers to be Missed

As most of you know, after 90 years I'll be moving the Prown's Windows
and Doors store to Rt. 35 in Middletown later this month. Wearing my business hat,

Red Bank Girls College Visit for Campus Tour & Hoops Fun

Future Bucs Red Bank would like to thank the Monmouth University Womensʼ
basketball team for hosting an event this past week on Monmouthʼs campus

Movie Review - "Freeheld"

So many things pop into my mind regarding the new movie "Freeheld" starring
Julianne Moore and Ellen Page. No doubt, living in Monmouth County and being a subscriber

RBR/RBC Football Battle of the Undefeated : This Friday Night

Not even the most passionate, loyal Red Bank regional football fan could imagine in
their wildest dreams that RBR would have shot out of the box 5 - 0 won/loss record

And The Winners of the 6th Annual Count Basie Cup Were....?

No doubt, last night was one of my most anticipated nights of the year celebrating the
youth and community spirit of Red Bank. It was the Sixth Annual Count Basie Cup soccer

Stellar New Wood Flooring Enhances RBR Monster Fieldhouse

It was the mid 70's when Red Bank High School moved from the current RB Middle
school location to become Red Bank Regional High School on Ridge Rd. serving

RB Student New - 10/5/15 - Michael Horowitz & More

Thirteen year-old "Michael Horowitz" (Pictured) is a life-long Red Bank resident and is
currently an eight grade student in the Red Bank Middle School. He is also a member

Movie Review - "Sicario"

Small window of time to catch a flick this past Friday and the only ones that fit
my time slot was "The Intern" with DeNiro & Hathaway (great actors, movie couldn't be

Two River Theatre Company - " Newest Play - "7 Guitars"

The esteemed Two River Theatre Company in Red Bank, NJ is presently
showcasing their 4th production of August Wilson's remarkable 10 play series set in the