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On the Ave: Walking the 800 Block

This block really marks the beginning of the business sector of The Ave, with the number of businesses per block increasing as we venture further into the center of town.

Jersey Reflections: Not Just Any Road

Abbey Road, with Beatles fans taking note, celebrates a half-century of fame.

On the Ave: A Walking Tour

Last year, I started to take you on a block-by-block “walking tour” of The Ave to show you the number and variety of our downtown businesses.

Millville Matters: Eventful October

Autumn in the Millville area is filled with special events of all types for adults and kids. Start out by attending an Evening of Music, Desserts and Coffee at the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts (22 N. High Street) on Thursday, October 3, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.

Millville Matters: Art Possibilities

The Arts & Innovation Center and the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts are sponsoring the First Annual Fine Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, September 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the college, 321 N. High Street.

On the Ave: An Eventful Autumn

Alas, the days are getting shorter, the heat waves of summer are, hopefully, over, the kids are back in school, and the leaves are turning their attractive fall colors. We, in Main Street, are setting our sights on our colorful array of autumn events. Here is a preliminary sneak peek.

Life Sentences: Genetic Anchors

Our actions and tastes are governed by genes and internal microbes.

Jersey Reflections: Comics to Cinema

The entertainment world has always drawn from a variety of sources, adapting and refashioning them to appeal to new audiences. This is true of the cinema’s early use of comic strips and comic books as inspiration.

On the Ave: Sucess on The Ave

We set the bar high with almost 10,000 people attending each of our first two festivals and looks like we matched or beat that mark.

Mayoral Musings: Playing to Our Strength

The main driver of this global-to-local upheaval, I believe, is technology—specifically connective technology, robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the huge amount of data coming from our connectedness