Treat yourself to a Sweet concert this month at SOPAC

Head back to the ’90s with Sweet tunes on Sept. 15

Treat yourself to a Sweet concert this month at SOPAC

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Matthew Sweet openly acknowledges that he is not as famous as he was in the 1990s, when hits like “Girlfriend” and “Sick of Myself” captured the world’s attention with their blend of catchy riffs and heartfelt lyrics. But that is more than OK with him. Gaining fame was never an objective […]

WSOU alumnus to give keynote address at national convention

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — 1010 WINS reporter/anchor and WSOU/Seton Hall University alumnus Glenn Schuck has been selected to give the keynote address at this year’s National Student Electronic Media Convention in Philadelphia. Schuck will share his insights on the media’s coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign and the evolving role of journalists in the 21st–century […]

Seton Hall music ed. major conducts at festival

Community members invited to audition for Seton Hall choir

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Senior music education major Devin McGuire from Basking Ridge is returning to campus with quite the “What I did over summer vacation” story. Thanks to assistant professor and Choral Activities Director Jason Tramm, McGuire had the opportunity to conduct during the Spirituality and the Arts Concert at the Church of St. […]

Meet ‘Green Witch’ Robin Rose Bennett at medicinal plant walk

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — “Green Witch” Robin Rose Bennett, always spellbinding, will once again share her wisdom with Durand-Hedden visitors about the beautiful herbs and the weeds we pull from our gardens. According to Bennett, these plants offer a treasure trove of gifts, providing an abundance of zesty tastes, nutritive value and, perhaps most surprisingly, medicinal […]

Fear Factory guitarist and co-founder visits WSOU

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Dino Cazares, center, guitarist and co-founder of Los Angeles industrial metal band Fear Factory, stopped by the WSOU studios recently for an interview before its show at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville. Speaking with DJ Garren Lewis, left, Cazares discussed the significance of Fear Factory’s second studio album, Demanufacture, which is […]

SOMSD reminds families to be aware of local traffic patterns

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — In a recent letter to parents and guardians, the South Orange-Maplewood School District advises that residents factor in traffic delays when planning to bring their children to school. As previously stated by the Maplewood Police Department, the Valley Street project will not be concluded before school starts; work is planned for Maplewood […]

Maplewood Avenue at Baker Street traffic detours

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — As a result of a sewer construction project there will be temporary road closures and traffic detours at the intersections of Baker Street with Maplewood Avenue and with Dunnell Road from Sept. 6 through Sept. 9 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., according to a recent press release from […]

Senior citizens receive awards for amazing artworks

Senior citizens receive awards for amazing artworks

CEDAR GROVE, NJ – Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr. congratulated 28 Essex County artists who received awards in the annual Essex County Senior Citizens Juried Art Show on Aug. 29 at an awards ceremony at the Essex County Hospital Center in Cedar Grove. “I congratulate the winners and all the artists who participated in […]

Seton Hall alumnus returns for solo exhibition at Walsh Gallery

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Seton Hall University’s Walsh Gallery welcomes alumnus Nyugen Smith for his solo exhibition “Of Matter and Memory.” The exhibition conflates the artist’s original artwork with objects from the university’s Department of Archives and Special Collections to recontextualize interpretations of these artifacts. Drawing heavily on his West Indian heritage, Nyugen is committed […]