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16 Your Day Your Way People, products and places to give a special spin to wedding day memories

26 Java & Jams WaterWitch Coffee’s delicious brew of culture, community, café chow and coffeecoffeecoffee 30 High Marks for the Arts The A+ programs for artists of all ages at the Brookdale Community College Center for the Vistual Arts 32 On and Off the Menu Visionary, activist, entrepreneur, restauranteur, waverider, mother... Marilyn Schlossbach’s high-octane recipe for life

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WALK THIS WAY Before you walk down the aisle, you’ll definitely want to take a walk around Red Bank on Sunday, March 11 as Red Bank RiverCenter hosts the eighth annual Red Bank Wedding Walk. The award-winning, fun and free happening has become a destination experience and essential planning guide for brides, grooms, partners, attendants, and families preparing for their special day. The Wedding Walk begins with check-in and continental breakfast between 10am and 1pm at The Oyster Point Hotel, a co-presenting-sponsor of the event along with the Molly Pitcher Inn. Armed with a free tote bag, map and “passport,” attendees head out on a self-guided tour of Red Bank’s many wedding-related businesses. Trolleys and limos, courtesy of Great American Trolley, Long Branch Trolley and Arrow Limousine, chauffeur attendees in style throughout town, with helpful Wedding Walk ambassadors from Barbizon stationed at shuttle stops. “This is an ideal way to see all the wedding businesses in their actual locations—not just in a ballroom,” says Amanda Lynn, Red Bank RiverCenter Program Manager. “Red Bank has everything start-to-finish for a wedding, from save-the-date announcements to the guest favors.” In one information-packed and very entertaining afternoon, attendees can check out numerous restaurant venues for showers, rehearsal dinners and receptions; try on wedding, bridesmaid, and mother-of-the-bride dresses; select favors and sample cakes; stop at hair, nail and skincare salons; meet dee-jays, photographers, florists, event planners, and other serviceproviders; choose home furnishings for a first home or apartment; and much more. Still need the rings? You can find those, too. At 3 pm, the festivities conclude with a reception celebration at the elegant, waterfront Molly Pitcher Inn. While enjoying tasty bites and lively music, attendees turn in their passports (stamped at each of the participating businesses they visited), to be eligible for fabulous door prizes and grandprizes donated by Red Bank businesses.

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Leigh Ann Brienza Bridges of Astoria, New York, says last year’s Wedding Walk was invaluable to planning her June 16, 2017 wedding to Taylor Bridges. She found her floral designer (Craig Kiely and Darryn Murphy Designs) and favors (mini bottles of flavored olive oils from Carter & Cavero) during the Wedding Walk. And, although the couple had previously booked the Molly Pitcher Inn as their venue, the event helped Leigh Ann fine-tune appetizer selections and gain a better sense of the hotel’s ceremony and reception spaces. Sugarush, too, was already locked in for the wedding cake and groom’s cookie cake, but Leigh Ann says, “Having the opportunity to taste samples again, confirmed we made the right choice!” Leigh Ann adds that exploring Red Bank during the walk also helped the couple create a list of recommended local restaurants and shops for out-of-town guests visiting for their wedding weekend. “Participating in Wedding Walk was a great bonding experience with my mom (Ann Marie Brienza of Ocean Township),” says Leigh Ann. “The whole event got me very excited for my wedding.” 10

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OF PLACE WHERE BRIDES CAN COME FOR DRESSES AND LEAVE FEELING LIKE PRINCESSES. From the outside, the charming, Tudor-style building at 17 Monmouth Street in Red Bank is reminiscent of a fairy cottage. Inside, one might imagine it as the dwelling place of a princess, festooned, as it is, with luminous fabrics and sparkling beads. In fact, it is the home of Angel’s Gowns. Shop owner, Angela Paganoni,a fashion designer and clothing manufacturer for 32 years in her native Mexico, opened Angel’s Gowns four years ago and named the business in honor of her daughter Claudia, who, Angela believes, earned her angel wings after passing away at age 16. In her shop, the grandmother of three, and mother of Lily Avery, owner of Coba Yoga in Little Silver, offers brides-to-be a wide selection of wedding gowns from designers like Christina Wu, Mon Cheri and Mary’s Bridal, in styles to suit every taste from traditional and timeless, to modern and sophisticated, to romantic and beachy. Angela can help outfit the rest of the bridal party with bridesmaid, flower girl and mother-of-the-bride dresses and accessories, as well. PHOTOS: Bridges Wedding Photos by Idalia Photography

Lining the walls of the tidy shop are more special-occasion dresses for other ages and stages of a girl’s life. Angela has a huge selection of christening gowns (plus suits and rompers for baby boys), First Holy Communion dresses and veils, as well as Bat Mitzvah, Sweet Sixteen, Prom dresses and Quinceanera dressesworn by girls of Latin-American heritage to celebrate their fifteenth birthdays.

Clockwise from top center: Leigh Ann and Taylor Bridges wedding on the terrace of the Molly Pitcher Inn with flowers — Craig Kiely and Darryn Murphy Designs; guest favors at the reception; Leigh Ann and Taylor Bridges in Riverside Gardens Park; “Blood Orange” olive oil from Carter & Cavero, Old World Olive Oil Company.

But, where Angela really shines is alterations. Beyond ensuring a perfect fit, she can customize a dress by adding lace, beading, sleeves or other embellishments, or even changing parts of the design. The skilled designer can even transform a family wedding gown or heirloom dress into an extraordinary, custom christening gown or communion dress for the next generation. “I love to help make a dress truly unique and personal for my customers so it is exactly what they want,” she says. “I am an artist with alterations and can hide what you don’t like to make you look better, but my alterations are still very affordable.” Angela wraps all her customers in genuine warmth and kindness, and her calming presence takes any stress out of the process. “I treat my customers like my children and grandchildren,” she says. “They know I love them.”


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If farm-to-table is your fancy, this bucolic, organic farm in Howell makes a natural setting for weddings, rehearsal dinners and bridal showers. Proprietors Ron and Susie Springer spent 15 years lovingly and painstakingly rebuilding and restoring the barn, greenhouses and other structures on this The Herbary at Bear Creek Farm former chicken farm. Today, it is awash in rustic elegance, complete with honeybees, chickens, formal gardens, and a koi pond with a waterfall. The property’s greenhouse is an intimate spot for a sit-down dinner for 50, while celebrations of up to 250 guests are welcome under a tent on the quarteracre meadow bordered by woodlands. A gazebo, complete with an aisle formed by low, boxwood hedges, makes a special backdrop to exchange vows, followed by a cocktail hour in the quaint Tea Room. Susie, the onsite wedding coordinator, can help arrange catering, including vegetarian and vegan options, flowers, and other services. www.bearcreekherbary.com

For This Joyous Occasion More couples are saying, “I Don’t” to traditional “I Dos.” Instead, they’re looking to personalize their wedding ceremony with words and symbols that have special meaning in their lives. Andrea Purtell helps couples do exactly that. As a certified New Jersey wedding officiant, Andrea has presided over more than 600 weddings, elopements and vow-renewals, including traditional, same-sex, nondenominational, and interfaith ceremonies, at beaches, parks, backyards, restaurants and other venues (once, even at White Castle!). Andrea invites couples to include their favorite spiritual readings, poems, prayers or songs. And, she welcomes rituals that honor religious traditions or cultural heritage, such as the "jumping the broom" ceremony, which originated in Africa and signifies a "sweeping away" of the couple's former lives to start anew; or Celtic-inspired “handfasting,” a symbolic roping together of a couple’s hands, thought to be the origin of the saying “tie the knot.” A ring-warming ritual is another popular option that Andrea offers; it involves guests taking turns holding the couple’s rings to “warm” and bless them. “I love to help people create a ceremony that truly reflects them and is full of joy,” she says. www.forthisjoyousoccasion.com

Buff Brides to Be When you feel good, you look good. That is the philosophy of personal trainer Lauren Messano, owner of Buff Brides to Be, in Little Silver. She crafts customized fitness programs to help brides look and feel their best on their wedding day. Whether the aim is weight-loss for a better-fitting dress, toned arms, a flatter stomach, or an elegant neckline for a strapless gown, Lauren uses a holistic, lifestyle-based approach, combining strength training, core work, and healthy meal Invitations, Ink Studio

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Lauren prefers to start working with brides a year to six months before the wedding date, but says, even with six weeks of training, clients see results. While she typically works one-on-one to stay highly personalized, Lauren has also trained couples, and mother-daughter and bride-and-maid-of-honor pairs. Besides physical benefits, Lauren says her clients feel healthier and more confident, and have fun, too. “Working out also helps them feel less stressed and overwhelmed with wedding-planning,” she adds. “They might arrive tired and grumpy, but leave energized and uplifted. Once they start to see results, they can’t wait to get here. It becomes part of a healthy lifestyle that continues in married life.” www.thebuffbride.com

Invitations, Ink Studio There’s nothing standard about the wedding stationery husband-and-wife team Amy and Matt Zaleski create at Invitations, Ink Studio, in Manasquan. They call their business a “social design studio,” and say their work—original, “AN personalized wedding YOU ENGA GEM NG logos, monograms, GIR L AS ENT SH UN PLE OU AS ASA L invitations, save-theD U RPR COM NT, ISE, AS PLE E ON A THE – La The dates, thank-you notes, A CAS SAN Impo dy Br E TO rtan ackn R ell o MAY B ce o venue illustrations, and E.” f f Be ing Ear more—is “classy, elegant, nest a little whimsical, and beyond customized.” To capture a client’s personal style and desired theme, the design pros review the couple’s Pinterest boards, magazine clippings, swatches, and o t he r m a t e ri a ls f o r inspiration, before producing their distinctive, Louis Castano proposing to Jenna Rocca bright, detailed, and on the stage of the Two River Theater hand-lettered watercolors. Among the Zaleski’s most unique creations are customized “Wedding Maps.” These original works of art are colorfully illustrated personal narratives highlighting important locations in the couple’s lives, such as where they met, had their first date, got engaged, and celebrated their wedding. The whimsical maps can be turned into save-the-date announcements, wedding invitations, wedding or anniversary gifts, and even framed as keepsakes. Amy says, “Today, couples want a truly unique experience, not something picked out of a catalog.” www.invitationsinkstudio.com

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AROUND TOWN Red Bank Wedding Walk 2018 Mar 11 10am-4pm Downtown showcase of Red Bank as the ultimate destination for all things wedding (see Wedding Section inside)

ART Art Alliance of Monmouth County (A co-op gallery for area artists) 33 Monmouth St Exhibitions: Jan Shore House Artists 1Invitational Feb (opening 2/3) Full Circle: Doors & Windows | Window Exhibit: Lisa Foley | Mar (opening 3/3) American Dream :The Language of Less | Window Exhibit: Susan Globus Beacon Fine Arts Gallery 61 Monmouth St 936-0888 Paintings, sculpture, serigraphs and giclee prints Chetkin Gallery 9 Wharf Av 743-6116 International fine art with an emphasis on contemporary European painters Detour Gallery 24 Clay St 704-3115 Contemporary original art Exhibitions: Jan-Feb 8 Michael Callas |Case Study Paintings Southern

Style California Feb 8-Mar 15 Robert Preston Frame to Please 2 Bridge Av The Galleria 741-8062 Artwork and photography by local artists FrameWorks Art Gallery 160 Monmouth St 219-6688 Works on paper, photography, poster graphics, gigposters, limited-edition prints

Clockwise from top center: David Byrne/Music; Valentine Doo-Wop/Music; Sleeping Beauty/Dance; Diavolo/Dance; Decades Rewind/Music; Jason Isbell/Music; Phoenix Prods. 30th Anniversary/ Theater; Sal Valentinetti/Music; Vicki Lawrence/Comedy; Beauty and the Beast/Film; CSNsongs/Beyond; Xian Zhang/Music; Jim Norton/Comedy; Abba Mania/Music; Comedy of Errors/Theater; Anthony Jeselnik/Comedy; PostSecret Live/Talks & Readings; Goodnight Moon.../Theater; Wedding Walk/Around Town; Elizabeth Gilbert/Talks & Readings; Bridge of San Luis Rey/Theater.


U S I C | S H O P P I N G | T H E AT E R FILM Basie Theatre Cinema Society Count Basie Theatre Sing-Along Beauty and the Beast (2017) Feb 3 11pm Full-length Disney hit on screen with live action appearances from Belle, the Beast and more on stage Bow Tie Cinemas 36 White St 777-3456 First-rate, first-run Indies & foreign films

TALKS & READINGS John Dias: Thornton Wilder 101 Feb 6 7pm Two River Theater Two River Theater Artistic Director lecture on Thornton Wilder and

how his expriences shaped his worldview and his work (free event for TRT production of The Bridge of San Luis Rey) Frank Warren: Post Secret Live Feb 15 8pm Count Basie Theatre The creator of the community art project that captured the imagination of millions shares his secrets and stories Elizabeth Gilbert Mar 15 8pm Count Basie Theatre An evening with the super-star author of Eat Pray Love, The Signature of All Things, and Big Magic Red Bank Public Library: Readin’ on the River 3rd Wed 7-8pm Book club for grown-ups (8420690 for titles and info) Let’s Talk About Race 4th Wed 7-8:30pm Discussion series exploring race and culture in the context of literary works and social mores with guest speakers River Read 2nd Sat 11:30am-1:30pm Original poetry and other genres, plus open-mic

COMEDY Jim Norton – Kneeling Room Only Tour Feb 9 8pm Count Basie Theatre Netflix stream star, SiriusXM Satellite Radio personality and comedian, live and unapologetic Vicki Lawrence and Mama: A Two Woman Show Feb 18 4pm Count Basie Theatre The Emmy-winning comedienne, in and out of character, from the legendary “Carol Burnette Show” Anthony Jeselnik Feb 22 8pm Count Basie Theatre Stand-up comedy by the first-ever stand-up comic to appear on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Bobby Collins Feb 22 8pm Count Basie Theatre Wit and “wisdomisms,” outrageous riffs, and topical rants by the razorsharp veteran comedian Jay Leno Mar 23 7:30pm Count Basie Theatre Stand-up comedy by the former host of The Tonight Show Continued on next page RED HOT MAGAZINE RedHotNJ.com We Love Local

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THEATER & PERFORMANCES The Bridge of San Luis Rey Feb 17-Mar 18 Two River Theater A dazzling rumination on the nature of love based on Thornton Wilder’s Pultizer Prive novel The Illusionists present Adam Trentt Feb 23 8pm Count Basie Theatre 90-minutes of illusion by the star of “the world’s best selling magic show, “direct from Broadway Decades Rewind Mar 8pm Count Basie Theatre National touring theatrical concert and dance party celebrating the 60s, 70s and 80s A Little Shakespeare: The Comedy of Errors Mar 6-11 Two River Theater Shakespeare’s hilarious hijinks performed by young high-school artists for young audiences ages 9 and up Goodnight Moon & The Runaway Bunny Mar 22 4:30pm Count Basie Theatre Mermaid Theatre’s innovative puppetry, striking scenic effects, and original music bring the beloved children’s stories to life Much More: Phoenix Productions 30th Anniversary Gala Show Feb 24 8pm Count Basie Theatre 30 songs, 30 productions, over 30 years— a celebration of Monmouth County’s long-running musical theater company El Coquí Espectacular and The Bottle of Doom Jan 6-Feb 4, 2018 Two River Theater Set in a Latino Brooklyn neighborhood, the masked Puerto Rican superhero, El Coquí Espectacular (The Spectacular Frog) turns out to be a comic book artist dressing up as his creation and finding out what it really takes to be a hero

DANCE Complexions: Stardust Jan 25 8pm Count Basie Theatre A contemporary ballet tribute to David Bowie

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Sleeping Beauty Feb 8 7:30pm Count Basie Theatre The State Ballet Theater of Russia presens a full-scale production of the classic celebration of love

Tedeschi Trucks Band Feb 13, 14 7:30pm Count Basie Theatre A “joy-filled blast of blues, soul and rock” (Philadelphia Inquirer), from blistering rock and blues to soulful ballads and classics

Diavolo: Architecture in Motion Feb 20 7:30pm Count Basie Theatre Relationships between the human body and its architectural environment explored in dance

Hot Latin Nights with the Mambo Kings presents by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Feb 16 8pm Count Basie Theatre A sizzling Latin jazz tour celebrating the music of the Americas

Red Bank Tango Mon evenings Red Bank Elks Lodge 40 W Front St Monthly Milongas (3rd Weds) at local Red Bank venues Argentine tango for all levels (redbanktango.com)

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Best of the Eagles Feb 17 8pm Count Basie Theatre The songs, the music, the vocals and the aura of one of the greatest rock bands

Sal Valentinetti Jan 26 8pm Count Basie The “Golden Buzzer” crooner of America’s Got Talent fame continues the Sintra-sound

David Byrne Mar 3 8pm Count Basie Theatre SOLD OUT

Winter Festival: Dvořák’s Ninth “New World” Symphony Jan 27 8pm Count Basie Theatre New Jersey Symphony Orchestra presents Dvořák’s magnum opus; Britten, Simple Symphony; Korngold, Violin Concerto; Xian Zhang, conductor; Chloë Hanslip, violin Abba Mania Feb 1 8pm Count Basie Theatre Tribute production with all the pop favorites—“Mamma Mia,” “Voulez Vous,” “Dancing Queen,” “Super Trouper” and many more i Back To The Eighties Show: Jessie’s Girl Feb 2 8pm Count Basie Theatre Cindi Lauper, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Prince… the pop&rock sounds and glitz of the 80’s brought back with new life Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Feb 5 8pm Count Basie Theatre Pared down and rebellious American music-making by the country music master on tour with a new album, The Nashville Sound A Valentine’s Doo-Wop Feb 10 7pm Count Basie Theatrean Herb Reed’s Platters, The Coasters, Charlie Thomas of The Drifters, The Original Chantels, and Joe Villa of The 3 Friends

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RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles Mar 4 7pm Count Basie Theatre A multimedia musical journey through the life and times of the world’s most celebrated band Decades Rewind Mar 9 8pm Count Basie Theatre A National touring concert, dance party and theatrical performance celebrating the disco, funk, rock and Motown hits of the 60s, 70s and 80 Zhang Conducts Tchaikovsky Mar 10 8pm Count Basie Theatre New Jersey Symphon Orchestra presents Conductor Xian Zhang; Soloists Sara Daneshpour/piano; Eric Wyrick/ violin, Johnathan Spitz/cello, Robert Ingliss/oboe; Robert Wagner/bassoon

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BEYOND CSNsongs: Celebrating the Music of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Feb 3 8pm Pollak Theatre Monmouth University, West Long Branch Homage to the folk/rock legends by an ensemble of talented musicians Social Graces Tea Weds 3-5pm Feb 7, 21 Mar 7, 21 OASIS tlc 1 Morgan Road Middletown oasistlc.org Traditional high tea in a historic farmhouse served by studentinterns (OASIS tlc is a non-profit organzation whose mission is to promote inclusion and acceptance of autistic individuals into their local communities ) The Poetry of Song | Monmouth Civic Chorus Sun Mar 11 3:30pm Our Lady Star of the Sea Church 101 momouthcivicchorus.org An afternoon of poetry in music —Dylan Thomas, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and other masters of verse


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hen Valerie Browning returned to her Highlands home, after being displaced for eight months due to Hurricane Sandy, she found a community still struggling in the storm’s wake. “It was such a sad time, and I thought starting a support group might help,” she recalls. The owner of the local coffee shop, Water Witch Coffee, offered to host the meetings there. Before long, the owner made another offer: Was Valerie interested in buying the place? “Was I interested?!” laughs Valerie. “Owning a coffee house was my dream since I was 15 years old. I was obsessed with coffee houses as a teenager. This was so cool!” The place was always popular, but under Valerie’s helm over the past three years, it has grown to become a community magnet, attracting a host of regulars who are welcomed like family. Valerie says a group of retired gentlemen are usually the first to walk through the door every day at 6:30 a.m., claiming a table to discuss the events of the day. Ferry commuters and locals pop in throughout the morning on their way to work, while the “afternoon crowd” lingers over lattes and fresh-baked pastries, or enjoys a smoothie or other selection from the menu of inventive egg dishes, crepes, Panini sandwiches, homemade soups, and daily specials. But, clearly, the buzz surrounding Water Witch Coffee is not simply from the caffeine alone. Valerie, who has a degree in music history and theory from Fordham University, has incorporated her love of the arts into the space and turned it into a lively hub of music and art. The café’s monthly events calendar is jam-packed with jam sessions, open-mic nights, and art exhibits. Through the front door between the awning-covered windows, is a homey vibe and thrift-store-chic esthetic, with mismatched tables and chairs on a black-andwhite checkered floor. Corrugated tin panels contrast with dark-painted walls, nearly every inch of which is covered with an eclectic collection of art and artifacts like old license plates, signs from Highlands’ landmarks like Doris and Ed’s and the Clam Hut, and original paintings from the art exhibit that rotates every couple of months. Valerie personally curates the gallery, showcasing artists from around the country, and the works are all available for sale. A recent exhibit featured an artist from New Mexico, with southwestern-inspired paintings of animals, skulls and desert images dramatically painted in bold colors. Toward the rear of the cafe, a living-room-like space is home to a piano, ready for playing.

Valerie Browning and Water Witch Coffee

Every Wednesday night, Water Witch Coffee stays open late for its Open-Mic Jam. Talented singers take their turn at the mic, backed by musicians who bring their own instruments to collaborate on impromptu concerts that rival any on professional stages. Fans also pack the house for the café’s Sunday Jam Sessions, where local musicians, who share the love of making music, meet up and rock the house. The rotating Sunday schedule includes blues jams, New Orleans Style jazz and blues jams, and The Water Witch Jazz Band, a pianist-drummer duo that formed out of playing in other Water Witch jam sessions. Every second Sunday of the month, a group of veteran Irish musicians from as far as New York City, gather to play in a toe-tapping, hand-clapping jam session of traditional Irish tunes. Valerie also peppers the events-calendar with performances by groups and solo artists, including both seasoned and undiscovered talent, playing original and cover music in a wide range of genres. “We had a musician from the Blues Hall of Fame perform one Friday night this past fall,” says Valerie. “The place was packed.” Its “Merry Witchmas” event included a strolling band of musicians and carolers serenading the neighborhoods of Highlands, followed by a spirited open-mic jam back at the Water Witch. A talk, reading and book-signing by an author is in the works for this year. “It’s amazing to see how the arts bring people together from all over,” Valerie points out. “Water Witch Coffee is becoming a destination for wonderful music and art.” A mom of two young daughters, Valerie credits her employees with helping to run the business and create its fun and welcoming vibe, while ensuring her time to take her daughters to and from school. “I have the best staff ever. They are like family,” she says. “I call them the ‘Water Witch Caretakers.’ They would never call out sick, because they know what the place means to our customers.” According to many, it means a lot. Some, in fact, credit Water Witch Coffee with being instrumental in the post-Sandy recovery and healing of Highlands. “I think we have created a real sense of community here that feels safe and welcoming,” Valerie says. “People have said to me, ‘You’re helping to turn the town around.’ But, I just want to spread happiness.” WATER WITCH COFFEE | 67 WATERWITCH AVE, HIGHLANDS | WATERWITCHCOFFEE.COM

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heart attack can strike out of nowhere. Each year, one in three deaths is caused by cardiovascular disease making it the number one cause of death in the United States. Acting quickly is crucial to a patient’s outcome, which is why it’s important for individuals to recognize the signs and symptoms of a heart attack. The most classic sign of a heart attack is chest pain, which can occur in many forms, including uncomfortable pressure, a squeezing sensation, a feeling of fullness, or pain in the center of your chest.

Shortness of breath is another common heart attack indicator, as are palpitations. Feelings of anxiety or impending doom can also be a symptom of heart attack. “It’s important to note that men and women often experience different heart attack symptoms,” says Dr. Vlahos. “Chest pain or discomfort is the most common sign for both, however women are more likely than men to experience symptoms such as shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, and back or jaw pain.”

“THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT UP TO 80 PERCENT OF HEART DISEASE IS PREVENTABLE.”

Women also tend to minimize symptoms, waiting an average of 54 hours before seeking treatment compared to men who wait about 16, which is one of the reasons that women are two times as likely to die when a heart attack strikes under the age of 50.

“I often find that while people know that chest pain is a heart attack symptom, they question if they are actually having ARISTOTELIS VLAHOS, M.D., one because the pain isn’t always CARDIOLOGIST AND MEDICAL DIRECTOR a sharp, stabbing sensation,” says OF THE CATHETERIZATION LAB AT Aristotelis Vlahos, M.D., cardiologist RIVERVIEW MEDICAL CENTER and medical director of the catheter“The good news is that up to 80 ization lab at Riverview Medical Center. percent of heart disease is preventable,” “The truth is, however, that in some cases, even says Dr. Vlahos. “Reducing stress, increasing a dull pain that comes and goes can signal that physical activity, eating a healthier diet rich with something is wrong.” fruits and vegetables, scheduling regular check-ups with your physician, and taking steps to quit Another symptom that people associate with heart smoking can all help to reduce the risk of a heart attack is having pain or numbness in one arm. attack or heart disease.” While this is a common indicator, other types of pain can also accompany a heart attack, including Treatment options for heart attack have also pain in both arms, the back, between the shoulder come a long way. In some cases, lifestyle changes Aristotelis Vlahos, M.D. blades, the neck, jaw, or stomach. along with cardiac rehabilitation could be enough to help repair the heart, while other individuals may require In addition to pain, nausea, lightheadedness and cold sweats medications, stents, or bypass surgery. could also be a sign of something wrong. “I’ve treated To learn more about cardiac services patients who thought they were going to the Emergency available at Riverview Medical Center, Department because they had a bad flu,” Dr. Vlahos says. please call 732-530-2328. “When we performed an EKG, we could immediately see that they were actually having a heart attack and needed immediate intervention.” 28

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he Center for the Visual Arts (CVA) building at Brookdale Community College, located at the north end of the Lincroft campus, has three floors dedicated to nurturing artists of all ages from all over Monmouth County in many varied disciplines. There are studios dedicated to Metals and Jewelry, Ceramics, Digital Animation, Oil Painting, Drawing, Graphic Design, Interior Design, and Architecture.

On any given day, a tour through the building could reveal a stunning variety of artworks on display in the corridors or in the classrooms. Art incubated on hard drives springs to life on double screens in dedicated classrooms within Brookdale’s Digital Animation Studios. Images from a Digital Sculpture class can leave one wondering where the computer image ends and reality begins. Students in the BCC Interior Design Program draw by hand and then load those drawings into Autocad from which they are printed out and cut using a laser cutter.

Brookdale Fine Arts Student Ashley Prior, who plans to graduate in May, says of her experiences at work in Brookdale’s ceramics studio, “Shaping clay gives me a sense of order and balance in all my pieces. As my hands are moving the clay, I am thinking of nothing but what it feels like. No thoughts of what I have to do today or tomorrow are on my mind. Finding pottery was one of the best things that has happened to me,” she says. “The second I started using clay, my creativity sprouted.” Kathleen Eovino, a continuing education student from Manasquan, has been using the jewelry studio at Brookdale for 20 years. "Jewelry is my art form," she says. "I express myself in metal, not pencil or charcoal." Eovino appreciates the camaraderie in the CVA building. "There are young kids right of high school * CVA Gallery Curator, Professor/Art Department, Brookdale Community College

(Clockwise from top): Digital Animation: Digital sculpture images; Metals & Jewelry: Brooch by Kathleen Eovino; Graphic Design: Poster by Emily Weiss; Photography: Photograph by Kevin R. Burkitt, “91 days; countless nights” exhibit


(Left) Architecture: Ramon Francis working on an ARCH 131 class project; (below) Ceramics: Pottery by Ashley Prior

here, and we all learn from each other," she says. "We've become like a family."

“THE SECOND I STARTED USING CLAY, MY CREATIVITY SPROUTED.”

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Brookdale staff has opportunities to showcase their own creativity in the CVA Building. Following Hurricane Sandy, technical staff member Kevin R. Burkitt’s took more than 100 photographic images in the dark of night, between the hours of 10pm–4am, in small towns from Sandy Hook to Manasquan. A few months before the fifth anniversary of the storm, Burkitt shared 50 of those images, printing them with the help of a $500 minigrant awarded by Monmouth Arts matched with funds from Brookdale Foundation’s Visiting Artist Program. The resulting show, entitled “91 days; countless nights,” drew record crowds to the CVA Gallery.”

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COMING UP AT THE CVA GALLERY MARCH 2018 | ANNUAL MONMOUTH ARTS TEEN ARTS FESTIVAL

Brookdale Community College has a tradition of welcoming middle-and high school students from throughout Monmouth County to participate in the annual Monmouth Arts Teen Arts Festival. More than 2000 teens spend time in Brookdale's art studios and classrooms to learn new media, techniques, and view works of art.

MARCH 9-29 | CVA GALLERY SHOWCASES: ARTIST MEMBERS OF THE ART ALLIANCE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY

Presentations on the Flat Screen: Photographers Liz and Bob McKay of McKay Imaging and Artist Jill Kerwick's Sculptural Tableau Photography. Opening Reception, Friday, March 9, 2018, 4–7pm. Open to the Public.

MAY 2018 | FIFTH ANNUAL STUDENT ART SHOW OF CHHANGE/ THE BROOKDALE CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND GENOCIDE EDUCATION

Chhange empowers local middle- and high school students to respond to themes on the Holocaust, genocide, and human rights through the medium of art. This year's theme, “Stand Up Against Hate,” addresses the current rise of hate speech and bias incidents in our communities. It also commemorates the 75th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, focusing on the courageous actions by a former young ghetto leader, as well as other adolescent victims through their diaries and letters.

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SECTION FOOD By TOM CHESEK

(OR) BEYOND THE BOX FOR CHEF

MARILYN SCHLOSSBACH, THE TIMES DEMAND A VISIONARY’S EYE, AN ACTIVIST’S PASSION... AND A WAVERIDER’S SENSE OF BALANCE


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t wasn’t so long ago, when Marilyn Schlossbach bid goodnight to the staff at her oceanfront Langosta Lounge, and retired to the place she called home at the time: a large cardboard box, smack-dab on the heavily trafficked Asbury Park boardwalk.

with “an all new customer base” in the post-Sandy era—with its flagship berths at Asbury Park’s Second Avenue Pavilion joined by bands-and-beers boardwalk bar Asbury Park Yacht Club (the adjacent retail shop Lightly Salted Surf Mercado closed at the end of 2017).

The arrangement wasn’t so much testament to the vagaries of the restaurant business, as it was a (highly visible) commitment to the homeless youth services network Covenant House, and a planned local shelter for its (often invisible) clientele.

Up in Rumson, the French-American bistro Russell & Bette’s— owned in part by Marilyn and Richard—continues to stake a flavorful new claim to the landmark property long occupied by What’s Your Beef.

“It was very enlightening, putting yourself in the position of having no control over your life,” explains the self-described “chef, restaurateur, philanthropist,” who joined fellow Shore culinary legend Joe Leone for the fundraising project.

Slightly less visible but equally significant is Catering by Marilyn, the expanding endeavor that recently acquired both a full-time director and its own dedicated van—and which is actively scouting its own self-contained facility.

“Being forced to sit still was actually a nice change of pace,” says the mother of twin five- year old girls—adding with a laugh, “it was also nice to take a little break from the kids!”

Ask Chef Marilyn about the fastest-growing sector of her professional life, and she’ll cite her culinary education non-profit Food for Thought by the Sea—part of a good-works gumbo that includes an association with The Boys and Girls Clubs (everything from a community garden to surfing lessons), a successful collaboration with city-based Interfaith Neighbors (with whom she established the west-side community restaurant Kula Cafe), and consistent support for entities ranging from Clean Ocean Action, to the Promenade of Mermaids.

While she soon vacated that cardboard condo, and returned to daily life with husband Scott Szegeski and their children Hari Mar and Rubi Dee, the experience impressed upon Marilyn a renewed sense of priorities, during “a major shift for me personally... as our business grew, parts of me kind of got lost.” “I’m looking for more balance between the personal and professional,” says the city resident whose public profile has included bids for elective office. “Day to day business operations can squash the spirit, and as a creative person, you want to revive that balance.” While the title of “mom” doesn’t top her official bio, it’s as much a component of the Schlossbach philosophy as “environmentalist, community activist, traveler and surfer.” And even that barely summarizes the former waitress who took the spotlight in the mid 1980s, when she stepped, ready-or-not, into the role of chef at Oshin, her brother Richard’s vanguard Asian fusion restaurant. Working with businessman-artist and dedicated surfer Szegeski, the self-taught chef would go on to found Labrador Lounge in Belmar; re-establishing it (with the original “sustainable Mexican” eatery Pop’s Garage) near the couple’s Normandy Beach home. From there, Marilyn and Scott brought their signature “vacation vibe”and “effortless cool” to several projects around Asbury Park—some of them (like the Langosta and its adjoining edition of Pop’s) becoming consistent attractions, while others (such as downtown Cajun/Creole restaurant Trinity and the Pope) remain the stuff of fond foodie memories. “We’ve always had a passion for Asbury Park,” says the daughter of a family with deep local roots. “My father lost money here; I lost money here…but I’m not one to back out.”

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These days, the Marilyn Schlossbach Group boasts the longrunning Labrador—a Normandy Beach staple that finds itself

“I like to surround myself with people who know more than I know,” says the multi-tasker who credits Interfaith’s Paul McEvilly and Roger Boyce, as well as Red Cross veteran Debi Heptig, for their mentorship and support. “We need a bigger motivation beyond just loving to make money...it matters that they also love people.” Signifying Food for Thought’s heightened commitment is the recent acquisition of a food truck—a literal “vehicle for change” (donated by Land Rover of Monmouth) which the Schlossbach group seeks to outfit for active duty in 2018. The businesswoman with the expansive vision has scarcely stepped back from her activities on the neighborhood level. The evening of February 2 finds Chef Marilyn presiding over a Farm to Table Dinner keyed to Kula Café’s Urban Farm project, while a series of free community meals—hosted at Langosta on major holidays, and coordinated with Pat Sherman of grass-roots charity Feeding Frenz—continues on April 1 with an all-welcome Easter Sunday dinner. The return of summer weather promises a new slate of Marilyn-sponsored free Movies on the Beach. For now, both Langosta Lounge and Russell & Bette’s maintain full operations for the winter. Pop’s of Asbury continues on a limited schedule until spring, while the delightfully un-fancy Yacht Club rocks a weekend menu of live music through the “off” season. And Chef Marilyn—as engaged and enthusiastic a figure as has ever stood at a contemplative crossroads—remains committed to a game plan by which “we care about our customers, and our community...even when we’re in the worst times, we gravitate to the best things. It’s good for the soul!”

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by ALICE LOFFREDO

December 19, 2017 – March 21, 2020 July 1, 2020 – December 17, 2020

henever one of the slow-moving, outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto) changes signs, it’s big astrological news because its evolving energies influence us not only personally, but societally and globally as well. On December 19, 2017 nononsense, goal-oriented, control-loving Saturn, the planet that represents large organizations such as governments and multi-national corporations, moved into Capricorn, the sign that it rules. This means that Saturn’s energies and influence are being expressed at their strongest—the qualities of the sign reinforce the characteristics of the planet. After it enters Aquarius to stay at the end of 2020, Saturn will take approximately 29 years to return again to the sign of the mountain goat.

Saturn’s job is to give us the ground rules for success on our earthly planet. It is all about organization and control, and demands discipline, hard work, and the achievement of tangible results. If we pitch in and do our part, we can be rewarded with success and strong, secure foundations. With the no-nonsense planet that demands discipline, hard work, and progress in the sign that strengthens these same themes, it’s time to roll up the sleeves and knuckle down to the business at hand. Every planet has a plan of what it wants to accomplish during its passage. For Saturn, the goal is always to leave a legacy of security and strong foundations. Personally, we may have to turn a realistic eye to our goals and priorities, and how we use our resources to move toward them. We may have to give ourselves a report card on the issue of whether or how we are “walking our talk.” We may have to use Saturn in Capricorn discipline to eliminate what is outworn or limiting in our lives, to cultivate determination, and to start climbing the mountain we want to peak. And don’t be surprised if it all takes longer than you might have thought. Saturn is the “Father Time” of the zodiac. It slows the pace, carefully and deliberately measuring the days as they unfold here on Planet Earth. Spontaneity, accelerated action, sudden surprise, and short-cuts are simply not in its repertoire, no matter what sign it’s in. If we do our part, Saturn delivers stability, security, and a strong base from which we can launch initiatives that bring success and the satisfaction of a “job well done” in all areas of life.

ALICE LOFFREDO | astrologykarmaandyou.com


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oneblowdrybar 116 Broad St 732.747.3000 Old World Shaving 12 W. Front St 732.345.9700 Pluck’s 186 Monmouth St 732.933.5990 Red Bank Electrolysis & Assoc. Inc 200 Maple Av 732.747.2136 Red Bank Family Pharmacy 141 Broad St 732.530.9460 Red Bank House Of Fades 8 Monmouth St 732.268.7246 Red Bank Nail Spa 62 Broad St 732.758.0500 Rite Aid 140 Water St 732.747.3727 The Ritz Salon 76 Monmouth St 732.741.5314 Riverside Salon 140 Monmouth St 732.842.9966 Rocky’s Barber Shop 16 Wallace St 732.741.8898 Salon Concrete 123 Broad St 732.219.6558 Salon G 30 Monmouth St 732.530.0177 Salon Simplicity 69 Monmouth St 732.747.0002 Schwartz Salon 17 Monmouth St 732.741.7337 Spa at the Galleria 2 Bridge Ave 732.212.1882 Suvara by Appointment 30 Monmouth St 732.268.7478 True Concepts Hair Design

220 W Front St 732.747.2200 Victoria Salon 58 English Plaza 732.268.8998 Waxing The City 80 Broad St 732.481.0077 Winks 30 Monmouth St 732.219.9500 Wisteria 17 Broad St 732.530.9491 Woodhouse Day Spa 73 Broad St 732.345.7300 Yanni Erbeli Salon 15 Broad St 732.268.7465 Zoom Hair Studio 75 Monmouth St 732.842.0042

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Window Treats 80 Broad St 732.219.0303 ELECTRONICS Hi Def 47 Broad St 888.443.3348 Verizon 70 Water St 732.889.3121 FLOOR COVERINGS Ebner’s 29 E Front St 732.741.0302 Tiled Interiors 2 Bridge Av 732.747.2543 MonmouthTile & Marble 44 Monmouth St 732.933.1760 Nima Oriental Rugs 31 W. Front St 732.747.7705 Red Bank Rugs & Home Furnishings 64 Broad St 732.450.8900 FURNISHINGS Red Ginger Home 66 Broad St 732.345.1000 Restoration Hardware 52 Broad St 732.212.0991 West Elm 1 Bridge Av 732.576.9952 HARDWARE & SUPPLIES Atlantic Glass 21 Maple Av 732.747.2020 KITCHENS & APPLIANCES Better Housekeeping 46 Monmouth St 732.741.4310 Creative Kitchens 15 Mechanic St 732.842.2331 Town & Country Kitchen & Bath 25 Bridge Ave 732.345.1441 Queen Vacuum & Appliance 156 Monmouth St 732.747.5623

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Bob’s Guitar Hospital 30 Monmouth St 732.747.6965 Hurricane Productions 3 White St 888.393.7066 Jack’s Music Shoppe 30 Broad St 732.842.0731 Monmouth Music 30 Monmouth St 732.747.8888 Red Bank Rehearsal Studio 60 English Plaza 732.530.8794 Ruscil’s Piano 17 Mechanic St 732.741.4224 School of Rock 52 Monmouth St 877.605.3547 Stormin’ Norman Productions 2 W. Front St 732.741.8733

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McGinnis Printing 20 Monmouth St 732.758.0060 The UPS Store 68 White St 732.530.0664

ENTERTAINMENT GAMING & FAMILY Trap Door Escape Room 60 White St 732.741.5870 Yestercades 80 Broad St 732.383.7873 LIVE THEATER Count Basie Theatre 99 Monmouth St 732.842.9000 Phoenix Studio Theatre 111 Monmouth St 732.747.0014 Two RiverTheater Co 21 Bridge Av 732.345.1400 MOVIE THEATER Bow Tie Cinemas 36 White St 732.747.0333 Count Basie Theatre 99 Monmouth St 732.842.9000

PERSONAL INSTRUCTION ACTING Count Basie Performing Arts Academy 99 Monmouth St 732.842.9000 Two River Theater 21 Bridge Av 732.345.1400 CRAFTS/ART Ani Art Academy 143 Broad St 570.822.4111 Chelsea Yarns 25 Mechanic St 732.637.8600 Paint a Tee 18 Monmouth St 732.268.7620 Pinot’s Palette 12 Broad St 732.219.9222 Time to Kiln 50 Broad St 732.450.9525 DANCE American Academy of Dance 10 Mechanic St 908.601.8143 Arthur Murray Dance Studio 140 Broad St 732.383.6501 Coastal Pointe Dance Co 80 Broad St Ste 2M 732.737.1938 Dance Free 21 Mechanic St 732.842.5828

Fred Astaire Red Bank 1201 Sycamore Ave, #203, Tinton Falls 732.741.4188 Monmouth Academy of Ballet 16 Monmouth St 732.865.4738 MODELING Barbizon 80 Broad St 732.842.6161 MUSIC Monmouth Music 30 Monmouth St 732.747.8888 Musician’s Studio 13 Globe Ct 732.741.5915 School of Rock 52 Monmouth St 877.605.3547 FITNESS/SPORTS Center for Pilates W Front & Bridge Av 732.345.1515 CommunityYMCA 166 Maple Av 732.741.2504 Player’s Edge 264 Shrewsbury Av 732.671.6809 Pure Barre 127 Broad St 732.842.7873 Red Bank Armory Ice Skating Rink 76 Chestnut St 732.450.9001 Renaissance Pilates 8 E Front St 732.268.7730 Soul Strong 1 Bridge Av, Unit 2 732.383.8184 Work Out World 30 W Front St 732.450.8822 Ultimate Physique 129 Monmouth St 732.747.1773 LANGUAGE Project Write Now 25 Bridge Av 908.675.0467 The Language School 69 Broad St 732.530.0265 YOGA & SPIRIT Earth Spirit 25 Monmouth St 732.842.3855 Even Flow Yoga 25 Broad St, 2nd fl 908.461.2666 Moonstruck W Front & Bridge Av 732.530.0568 Readings By Gina 112 Monmouth St 732.224.0304

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Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce 8 Reckless Pl 732.741.0055 Family Options Adoption 19 Bridge Av 732.936.077 Monmouth Arts 105 Monmouth St 732.212.1890 Red Bank RiverCenter 46 English Plaza, Ste 6 732.842.4244 Riverview Medical CTR 1 Riverview Plaza 732.741.2700 Red Bank Visitors Center 46 English Plaza, Ste 6 732.741.9211 Woman’s Club 164 Broad St 732.747.7425

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Boutique Realty 16 W Front St 732.933.1900 Resources Real Estate 4A W Front St 732.212.0440 Kevin Murphy Realty 94 Maple Av 732.741.3030

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Crate’s Liquors 14 N Bridge Ave 732.747.1485 Eiffel Liquors 184 Monmouth St 732.842.9500 Red Bank Liquors 9 West St 732.747.1111 Royal Wine & Spirits 24 White St 732.383.7015 Wine Cellar 23 Monmouth St 732.219.9935

Bark Avenue 4 W Front St 732.741.4175 Fins & Feathers 134 Monmouth St 732.842.4197 Le French Groomer 56 Monmouth St 732.450.1738 Paws for a Cause 2 Bridge Ave 732.741.8062 Urban Dawgs Red Bank Dog Training 46 English Plaza 732.758.8522

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