Dina debuts today.. Jerry Green staff salaries.. Condo price checkup.. Whores, wars, spies, lies.. Goliath v. David..
Plainfield Today: "Development: Condo price checkup" and "What Jerry Green pays his staff" (if you missed it yesterday)
The Bull Moose: "Of whores and wars, spies and lies" -- Of course you want to know what 'doggie diamonds' are, right?
Plain Talker: "Stop and Smell the Viburnum"
Crescent Times: "Future Bloomings" -- 'Blooming corners' projects.
Dina Matos McGreevey: "McGreevey's ex brings her story to Borders in Bridgewater"
Letter: Wilma Campbell: "Candidate thanks supporters behind school board win"
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- Monday. Aprl 30. 7:30 PM. PHS Idol Finalists Perform. Winner will be picked from among Reggie Harrison, Jasmine Lynn and Emily Rios. Nine other performers. PHS Auditorium, Park and Stelle Avenues. $10 adult/$5 student. View performances on www.phsidol.com/
- Thursday. May 3. 7 PM. Gospel Concert by Kunjalo Music Ministry of Capetown, South Africa. Community Church of God. 417 West 6th Street (corner of New Street). Freewill offering will be taken.
- Saturday. May 5. 6th Annual Cardinals 5K Run and Healthwalk. Sponsor: School Based Youth Services. Funds raised support SBYS and Plainfield Teen Parenting Program. At Cedar Brook Park. 7:45 AM - Registration; 8:45 AM - Walk and Lollipop Run; 9:30 AM - 5K Race. Participant fee: $20 to April 30, $25 thereafter. Info: Lisa Perry, (908) 731-4360 x5373.
- Saturday. May 5. 8 PM. PSO: Celebrating Sabin Pauza's 20th Season. Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church. Info: 561-5140. $25/General seating. $15/Senior & Student.
- Sunday. May 6. 3 PM. Chamber Music for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet and Cello. Works of Poulenc, Loeffler, Mozart and Bruch. Victoria Griswold, piano; Carolyn Pollak, oboe; William Shadel, clarinet; Ruth Kahn Siderman, cello. Sponsor: Cultural & Heritage Commission. Plainfield Public Library, Park Avenue & West 8th Street. Reception follows concert. FREE.
Bound Brook: "Homeless flood survivors file for aid"
Corzine Recovery - SL: "Corzine to be released from hospital today"
.......... - "With boss sidelined, top aides stepped in"
..... - NYT: "Corzine to Leave Hospital Monday"
..... - CN: "Corzine to leave hospital today"
DNA Testing: "DNA testing backlog has State Police in overdrive"
Immigration: "'No questions' policy puts Hightstown in spotlight"
NJ Marathon: "N.J. Marathon draws 6000 runners to Long Branch"
State Police: "Training for governor's security detail in question"
Sheneman's Cartoon is here.
Margulies' Cartoon is here.
NATION / WORLD
Gone-zales - AP: "Students Heckle Gonzales at Harvard" -- Impromptu demonstration after students noticed his motorcade for Law School alum reunion.
Iraq - WP: "Maliki's Office Is Seen Behind Purge in Forces"
Obama - NYT: "A Candidate, His Minister and the Search for Faith"
Goliath v. David: "Miracle-Gro sues small N.J. organic plant-food maker" -- This one has me hoppin' mad. Check out little TerraCycle's website and their defense fund site. It'll be a cold day in hell before I buy Scotts brands again.
Blogging & Sexual Harassment: "Sexual Threats Quiet Some Female Bloggers"
Cop Cars: "Are high-tech police cars a help or risk for officers?"
Neanderthals & Us: "Modern Man, Neanderthals Seen as Kindred Spirits"
Public Records: "Google helps make public records available"
Miss Manners: Check out the nation's doyenne of conduct here in the Washington Post.
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