Love at the Foot of the Lane
In Our Current Issue...
What the Butler Saw is Getting “Wicked” Good Reviews
Marina Kennedy of Broadway World, wrote, “Get ready to laugh, and laugh some more,” during Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s production of Joel Orton’s What the Butler Saw... read more
Harvest Festival, Craft Show, Oktoberfest, Bonsai, Colonial Tavern Night...
and more on our Events Page... read more
Local Kids Create Coloring Book to Preserve Rainforest
A local teacher’s recent trip to Costa Rica inspired a unique student-led project with lasting implications for an endangered rainforest... read more
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St. Hubert’s Pet Photo Calendar Contest Ends this Month
To help raise funds for the care of animals in their shelter, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals, founded in 1939, is seeking thirteen pets to grace the pages of their forthcoming 2018 annual calendar... read more
Bonus Imagesfrom the current edition of The BRJ, and archive of images from past issues... see more
A Family Farm, the French Army, and Succotash
Signs with scrawled lettering direct visitors up the driveway of the English Farm off of Valley Road, in Liberty Corner, NJ, where you are quickly greeted by bantam chickens and enthusiastic roosters...
Our Print Publication
Evidence of an Early Barn Foundation Uncovered
Eighteen children participating in a week-long archaeology camp at Bedminster’s historic Jacobus Vanderveer House uncovered evidence of an early barn foundation and other outbuildings...
Clothing Drive is inspired by late Vietnam Veteran, John E. McDonough
It may feel like Autumn, but Stacia McDonough is already gearing up for her sixth annual, “They Kept Us Safe, Let's Keep Them Warm,” new winter clothing drive...read more