All posts by Courtney Probert

Indie pop siblings, The Old Adage, brings a new sound

How many times have you listened to a new artist and instantly compared it to something you’ve already heard? Or how about listening to an album all the way through before realizing every song sounded the same? Sometimes, experiments run flat and even the most unique sound can turn tired without change. To keep things

Hoop! There it is!

Did you know that hula hooping burns about seven calories per minute? Put this to the test at Hoop Yourself into Shape, a hula hooping class for all ages, not just for kids. Improve your balance and flexibility in this full-body workout session as Colleen Bell, Mae C Rae Hoops’ certified Hoop Dance instructor, teaches

Jersey Boys are singing the seasons

From unknown New Jersey kids to international pop superstars, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons followed the journey to fame and success. For all their harmony onstage, the real drama happened offstage. The Tony Award-winning musical Jersey Boys hits the stage, featuring over 30 classic tunes, including “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Sherry.” Listen as

Making A Direct Difference (MADD) poets society Fundraiser

Chow down and have some fun— all for a good cause. Help support the Making A Direct Difference (MADD) poets society, who not only teach people to speak confidently in front of others, but guide youth to make a direct difference at the Madd at Manhattan’s event. There will be a silent auction and a