NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–New Brunswick artist Sam Romero isn’t one to mince words. A quick survey of his art makes it clear that he aims to reveal the truth and isn’t scared to rub people the wrong way while speaking his mind.

Governor Christie as a rampaging elephant chasing fleeing minority students, President Obama dancing behind “twerkahawk” missiles pointed at Syria, or University President Robert Barchi as Charlie Brown populate the world Romero creates. 

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—New Brunswick's Little League officially kicked off its season with an Opening Ceremony on April 12 at the Youth Sports Complex at 419 Joyce Kilmer Avenue.

Many special guests attended the event which also celebrated the 75th anniversary of Little League International.

New Brunswick Mayor Jim Cahill threw out the first pitch and Congressman Frank Pallone was in attendance to present a letter of recognition to the league. 

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Anyone familiar with the non-profit organization Elijah’s Promise, and its extensive efforts in New Brunswick, is well aware of the incredible accomplishments of departing former Director, Lisanne Finston.

Finston has been a force for good in New Brunswick for over twenty years, building Elijah’s Promise reputation as one of the most successful food policy programs in New Jersey.

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