HAZLET — On the last day for residents in New Jersey to register to vote in the June 7 primary, Chelsea Clinton made two stops along the Jersey Shore to campaign on behalf of her mother, Hillary. At events in Long Branch and Hazlet, Chelsea Clinton touted her mother’s record as a “change-maker” and her ability… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: May 18th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics | Tags: 2016 Presidential elections, Airport Plaza, Chelsea Clinton, Hazlet, Hillary Clinton, Long Branch | Comments Off on Chelsea Clinton campaigns in Monmouth County, supports her mother
Valentine’s Day is this coming Saturday. Monday is Presidents Day. If you have not taken down your Christmas decorations, it’s time.
For couples who share Monmouth County Democratic Chairman Vin Gopal’s admiration for Essex County, Newark is offering vacant lots for $1000. Couples (of any gender mix) can show up at City Hall on Saturday from 9am to noon with $500 to secure their plot. The other $500 is due at closing. The catch? The couples have to build a home on the property and live in it for five years.
Ladies, you don’t have to get your guy a present. You are a gift. But if you want to, a new HD TV is acceptable. Head over to Airport Plaza in Hazlet and visit IEI for the best selection and pricing. Guys, don’t even think about getting your love a TV for Valentine’s Day.
At the very least, guys, you must get you lover flowers and/or chocolate. Good news! You can buy those right now from MMM advertisers InTheGarden in Highlands for flowers and Suzi’s Sweet Shoppe in Middletown for chocolate.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County | Tags: Airport Plaza, Freehold, Hazlet, Highlands, IEI, Interstate Electronics Inc, InTheGarden, IntheGardenNJ, Middletown, Newark, Presidents Day, Suzi's Sweet Shoppe, Valentine's Day, Vin Gopal | 2 Comments »
Newark Mayor Cory Booker, the runaway front runner for the Democratic nomination to replace the late U.S. Senator Frank Launtenberg, opened a campaign office in Victor Scudiery’s Airport Plaza in Hazlet today.
Booker has a commanding lead against 49% to 12% lead over Congressman Frank Pallone in the Monmouth University Poll of likely voters released earlier this week. Congressman Rush Holt gets 8% in the Monmouth Poll and Assembly Speaker Shelia Oliver has support of 3% of the likely voters. 28% are undecided. Pollster Patrick Murray classified Booker’s lead as “impregnable.”
If Booker prevails in the August 13 primary, he will face off against the winner of the Republican primary on the same day in a special election to be held on October 16. Former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan is the heavy favorite to win the Republican primary over political novice, Dr. Alieta Eck of Piscataway.
Booker’s Hazlet office is having a grand opening celebration this evening from 6-9. The office will be open and staffed from 9-9 daily through the primary.
Posted: July 18th, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2013 Election, Senate Special Election | Tags: #NJSen, Airport Plaza, Cory Booker, Dr. Alieta Eck, Frannk Pallone, Rush Holt, Sheila Oliver, Steve Lonegan, Victory Scudiery | 6 Comments »
He was best known for his portrayal of Tony Soprano and his most famous Monmouth County scenes were in Sea Bright and Asbury Park, but James Gandolfini kept working here after the HBO classic ended in 2007.
Gandolfini starred in the independently produced Down the Shore which was shot in Keansburg, Hazlet and Atlantic Highlands in 2008. The film grossed only $4800 when it opened last April.
While shooting in Down the Shore, Gandolfini shopped at IEI, Victor Scudiery’s retail electronics outlet at Airport Plaza in Hazlet. Scudiery tells us that the actor bought a stereo receiver for his trailer. IEI’s staff let Gandolfini be, not bothering him for autographs or pictures, but they excitedly saved the security footage of his purchase.
Posted: June 20th, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: James Gandolfini | Tags: Airport Plaza, Atlantic Highlands, Down the Shore, Hazlet, IEI, James Gandolfini, Keansburg, Victor Scudiery | Comments Off on James Gandolfini in Monmouth County