Diner Round Up – Livingston Diner

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While shopping in the Livingston area,  I got a chance to visit the Livingston diner: a small diner on Northfield Ave.

First impressions of the diner: clean, cute and definitely Greek owned! There were statues, murals and lots of Greek decor.

The menu is also very Greek inspired. My friend had Greco Buffalo Chicken Fingers which were definitely different than your typical buffalo chicken. It was really good.

I got a “Swedish” burger (but swapped it to a turkey burger). It had Swiss cheese and mushrooms on top. REALLY good. It left me really full.

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Overall, this was a pleasant diner experience with really good food! The menu isn’t too overwhelming and the staff is really friendly.

Basic Info
Address: 360 E.Northfield Ave. Livingston NJphoto 2(2)
Phone #: 973-992-6339

Check out their Website

Diner Facts:
24 Hours – No
Parking Lot – Yes
Liquor License – No
Salad Bar – No
Homemade Desserts – Yes

Rock the Halls! Lump’N’Loaf Records Re-releases Happy Freakin’ Holidays Vo. 5!


About Happy Freakin’ Holidays Vo. 5
The vision behind our L’N’L holiday compilation was to bring together our artists with other local bands and solo musicians from the Central NJ area to spread holiday cheer with an original edge.

We could’ve gone the more “traditional” route, but since there is so much raw original talent at our fingertips, why do what has been done already? Thus, each track reflects that particular artist’s musical style and occasionally skewed viewpoint of the winter holidays.

We hope you enjoy this compilation as much as we enjoyed making it for you. Happy Freakin’ Holidays from our family to yours!

About the Bands

1. The Number Theory – A Christmas Chill – 3:31
2. Jenny & The Felines – Christmas, Don’t Be Late – 2:11 n
3. Trio of Madness – Merry Christmas from Trio of Madness – 4:32
4. A Halo Called Fred – The Murple’s Magic Hat – Best Christmas Gift Ever – 4:35 u
5. Bonk – Carol of the Bells – 1:28
6. Young Jerks – Christmas Time is Here – 2:25
7. Burning Up White – Coventry Carol – 4:48
8. Terebond – Silent Night – 3:28
9. Rodney Azagra – Holiday Jam – 2:25
10. Down With The Wizard – It’s Christmas, Baby! – 4:20
11. The Scars Glitter – Auld Lang Syne – 2:59

The album can be downloaded here:

About Lump’N’Loaf Records

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Lump ‘N’ Loaf Records
P.O Box 6201
Hillsborough, N.J 08844

L’N’L was founded in 2000 with one mission in mind – to cast a spotlight on original, cutting-edge music from the highly talented central New Jersey music scene. Several L’N’L bands on the Halloween Vol. 1 compilation have new releases planned for 2015 including A Halo Called Fred, Trio of Madness, Young Jerks and Zigman Bird.

Need a Break from the Cold Outside? Warm Up at the Zimmerli!

Press Release:

This winter, the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers offers a diverse schedule of programs and events for all interests. Catch up on current exhibitions during the school break. Or relax at a variety of musical performances. Activities take place at the Zimmerli, located at 71 Hamilton Street in New Brunswick, on the Rutgers University College Avenue campus. The museum is closed December 25 and January 1. The Zimmerli is open regular hours on December 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, as well as January 2, 3, and 4. Admission to the museum and all activities is free. For more details, visit www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu.

2X: Paintings, Pairs, Twins, and Diptychs spotlights five large-scale contemporary works, both loans and from the permanent collection, that examine the concept of doubling. In Western art, interest in the double has a long history, beginning with depictions of Narcissus and his reflection. In modern and contemporary art, artists have incorporated the double (or copy) for a variety of purposes: to juxtapose two states of mind or matter; to complicate notions of time and place; to explore the multiplicity of identity; or even to allude to the moral implications of cloning. These thought-provoking paintings by David Diao, Fariba Hajamadi, Joan Snyder, and Martin Wong will be on view from December 20, 2014, through July 31, 2015.

The Music at the Museum concert series continues this winter. The Young Artists Program on Saturday, December 20, features small ensembles, offering works by Respighi, Weill, Borodin, and Beethoven. The performance begins at 2 p.m. In addition, students from the Mason Gross Extension Division (www.masongross.rutgers.edu/extension) present their recitals on Saturday and Sunday, January 17 and 18, 2015, beginning at 12:45 and 3:00 p.m. each day. These family-friendly weekend concerts are organized by the Extension Division and hosted by the Zimmerli Art Museum. Admission is free for the concerts, but seating is limited. For the complete schedule, visit bit.ly/ZAMMatM.

Kick off 2015 at Art After Hours: First Tuesdays by stopping in on the first Tuesday of the year, January 6. The evening includes a curator-led tour of the new exhibition 2X: Paintings, Pairs, Twins, and Diptychs, as well as the galleries that showcase George Segal and Abstraction in Sculpture, beginning at 6:00 p.m. The tour is immediately followed by the next selection in the Big Ten: Art series, which spotlights one intriguing work of art from the collection each month. The New Brunswick Jazz Project presents vocalist Najwa Parkins, joined by Dan Hanrahan (guitar), Chris Simonini (organ), and Kevin Ripley (drums). A graduate of the Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance, Parkins frequently performs throughout the greater Philadelphia region and has appeared at jazz festivals in the Hague and Detroit. Her album Not the Next Someone Else features jazz standards and her original compositions. The quartet performs two sets, beginning at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Art After Hours takes place from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m., featuring free admission and complimentary refreshments. To learn more, visit bit.ly/ArtAfterHourZTues.

The New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra (newbrunswickchamberorchestra.org) brings its salon series to the Zimmerli in 2015. The first performance takes place on Sunday, January 11, beginning at 3:00 p.m. Musical selections are interspersed with wine, cheese, and conversation, inviting guests to chat with the musicians about what inspires them and the process behind their art. Future performances begin at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 7, and Friday, May 8. Admission is free for the salon series.


The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum houses more than 60,000 works of art, ranging from ancient to contemporary art. The permanent collection features particularly rich holdings in 19th-century French art; Russian art from icons to the avant-garde; Soviet nonconformist art from the Dodge Collection; and American art with notable holdings of prints. In addition, small groups of antiquities, old master paintings, as well as art inspired by Japan and original illustrations for children’s books, provide representative examples of the museum’s research and teaching message at Rutgers. One of the largest and most distinguished university-based art museums in the nation, the Zimmerli is located on the New Brunswick campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Established in 1766, Rutgers is America’s eighth oldest institution of higher learning and a premier public research university.


Admission is free to the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers. The museum is located at 71 Hamilton Street (at George Street) on the College Avenue Campus of Rutgers University in New Brunswick. The Zimmerli is a short walk from the NJ Transit train station in New Brunswick, midway between New York City and Philadelphia.

The Zimmerli Art Museum is open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m., and the first Tuesday of each month (except August), 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The museum is closed Mondays and major holidays, as well as the month of August.

Z Café featuring the Food Architects is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a variety of breakfast, lunch, and snack items. The café is closed major holidays, as well as the months of July and August.

For more information, visit the museum’s website www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu or call 848.932.7237.

Join Morris Animal Inn’s Canine Cardio Fitness Camp from Jan 12 – 16, 2015


The Morris Animal Inn’s Canine Cardio Fitness Camp is January 12th to the 16th and it will be filled with fun and fitness for your pet. Participants will workout on the canine treadmill, swim laps in our indoor heated pool, do dog yoga, eat a healthy treat, keep busy with group and private play sessions and so much more!

From January 12-16, a dog can join the Morris Animal Inn  for a day, a few days, or a week of fitness and fun. Their fit camp promotes an active lifestyle, healthy eating, and a bit of relaxation. Activities for the week include:

· Doga (Dog Yoga for stretching and relaxation)Morris Animal Inn_AH_02
· Doggie Massage
· Treadmill Cardio Sessions
· Trails Runs
· Group & Private Play Sessions
· Indoor Swim Sessions
· Healthy treats & tips to take home
· …and much more!

Their fit camps are specifically tailored to each and every pet participant. Whether someone has a pudgy pooch or a pet that is fit and full of energy, the next Canine Cardio Fitness Camp is a can’t miss event.


Each dog that attends for the week will receive a report card with their weight results, waist measurements, and achievement highlights.

Cost is $59 per day or $249 for the week.

Anyone interested should call 973-539-0377 to reserve a spot!

Dates: January 12th – 16th, 2015
Address: 120 Sand Spring Road, Morristown, NJ

Like on them on Facebook and Follow on Twitter @MorrisAnimalInn

About Morris Animal Inn:

Party events will be customized to fit your pet’s personality (private or group).

Morris Animal Inn is a family owned and operated luxury pet resort in Morristown, New Jersey, for cats and dogs.  For more information, visit the Morris Animal Inn website, call 973-539-0377, or email info@morrisanimalinn.com.

Also, this video is adorable:

‘Tis the Season for Holiday Lights in NJ!

57203133My goal this season – to see as many Christmas light displays as possible! Here are some epic ones I have made trips to see. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @NewJerseyIsntBoring to see even more awesome light shows! If you find any and post them, use the #njisntboring so I can see them.

Kloos Family Lights (East Brunswick) – This house was definitely cool to check out. Their lights are synced to their very own radio station! The light show is free to view, but they are currently raising money for charity so please donate if you go to visit (and be respectful of their neighbors) . Check them out on Facebook!
Address: 13 Sterling Court, East Brunswick, NJ
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Cranbury Christmas Lights (Cranbury) – This house, which is located on Main St in Cranbury, also has their own radio station that syncs up with lights. Speaking of lights, they have over 120,000 lights which can be some from space. This house is free to visit, but they are also accepting money for charity so please consider donating if you can. They play their music outside, and have fire pits to people can stay for a while. Check them out on Facebook!

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Address: 128 North Main St, Cranbury, NJ
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By the way…this is what their neighbors display. I think it’s hilarious (sorry the picture isn’t clear, but the display is called the Christmas Unspectacular):

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T & A Sprinklers Light Show (Old Bridge) – This house was recently on the show The Great Christmas Light Fight and if you come by the house, you’ll see why! The Apruzzi family of Old Bridge puts on an amazing light show every year. It’s free to check out as well! Check them out on Facebook!

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Address: 18 Central Ave, Old Bridge, NJ
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Still to See:

Holiday Lights Spectacular @ PNC Bank Arts Center (Holmdel)- Drive through light show, Dusk to 10pm weekdays, dusk to 11pm weekends
Address: 116 Garden State Parkway, Holmdel, NJ
Cost: $20 per carload Monday-Thursday and $25 per carload Friday-Sunday and holidays

Turtle Back Zoo Holiday Lights (East Orange)
Address: 560 Northfield Avenue, West Orange NJ
Cost: Admission is free. Donations of canned goods, pet food and unwrapped toys are suggested.

Schaefer Farms Holiday Light Show
(Flemington) – Sundays, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays through January 1, 2015; 5pm to 9:30pm.
Address: 1051 County Route 523, Flemington NJ
Cost: $12 per carload, $17 per passenger van, $27 per busload, $45 for season pass

Historic Smithville Holiday Light Show (Smithville)- Thursdays, Friday, and Saturdays through January 6, 2014; 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Address: 615 East Moss Mill Road, Smithville, NJ
Cost: Free

7 Events to Check Out this Weekend – Dec 19 – 21, 2014

There is A LOT going on this weekend! Be sure to check out my list of Winter Resources at the top of this page!

Band and Fans Giving Hands – Dec 19

New Jersey based country music singer/songwriter Scott DeCarlo is teaming up with venue Mexicali Live to present the fifth installment of the annual event, “Bands And Fans With Giving Hands”. The concert – which will be held on December 19th, 2014 – will feature The Scott DeCarlo Band live alongside country artist Rachel Allyn. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Camp Quality New Jersey, a nonprofit organization that provides free camping experiences and year-round support programs for children with cancer.

Date: Friday, December 19th, 2014; Doors Open at 6pm, show @ 9pm
Address: Mexicali Live; 1409 Queen Anne Rd., Teaneck NJ
Cost: $15 advance/ $20 at door. Buy in advance –  http://4risto.co/2014christmas_show

Lee DeWyze at iPlay America – Dec 19

American Idol Winner Lee DeWyze is performing a free show at iPlay America in Freehold. VIP tickets are available for $60 and include an artist meet and greet, event poster, and $20 Game Card.

Date: Friday, December 19th, 2014; Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm
Address: 110 Schanck Rd., Freehold, NJ
Cost: Free

Wall Twp Christmas Light Show – Dec 20

This Christmas Light Show is a family tradition at the Jersey Shore. The show combines impressive displays of lighting, fog, and pyrotechnics and synchronizes them to powerful concert quality sound! The event is free but raises money for local charities through donations from visitors. Free food and drink are available and Santa usually makes an appearance! Visitors are advised to come 40 minutes before the show to allow time to park and walk to the venue. Dress warm and bring a flashlight. Driving directions, parking information, and show status information is available at the shows website.

Date: Saturday, December 20th, 2014; 7 pm and 8:30
Address: The Christmas Show House; 2702 Woolley Rd., Wall Township, NJ
Cost: Free, recommended donation of $20 for a family of 4


Celebrity Christmas – Dec 20

Celebrate The Magic of Christmas! Maura McKinney Mastro and Frank Mastro perform a spirited, heartwarming celebration of Christmas with comedy, singing and celebrity impressions. The FREE show at 7 pm. It is a G rated show for the entire family. After an intermission, The Mastros will close with a tasteful selection of Christmas and popular songs, all in the beautifully decorated Cape May Convention Hall.

Date: Saturday, December 20th, 2014; 7pm
Address: Cape May Convention Hall; 714 Beach Ave., Cape May, NJ
Cost: Free

Breakfast with Santa in Smithville - Dec 20

Enjoy a buffet breakfast and picture with Santa at Fred & Ethel’s Lantern Light. Reservations are required, please call 609-652-0544. Historic Smithville has over 60 shoppes, 7 eateries, carousel, train, paddle boats, antique arcade, lodging and over 26 free weekend events!

Date: Saturday, December 20th, 2014
Address: Historic Smithville & Village Greene; 615 E. Moss Mill Rd., Smithville, NJ

Christmas Cookies & Wine Weekend – Dec 20 & 21

Christmas cookies are one of our favorite holiday traditions! Join us for some holiday cheer and wonderful cookies. We will pair some of our favorite store-bought cookies with our award-winning wines. Have a favorite cookie? Bring it for us to create the perfect pairing.

Dates: December 20th & 21st, 2014; Noon to 5pm
Address: Sharrott Winery; 370 S Egg Harbor Rd, Hammonton, NJ
Cost: Free to attend


Valenzano Ugly Sweater Weekend – Dec 20 & 21

Dates: December 20th & 21st, 2014; 11am to 4pm
Address: Valenzano Winery; 1090 U.S. 206, Shamong, NJ
Cost: Free to attend

Exclusive! Win a Gift Basket from Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas!

Spuntino Holiday Gift Basket

I am doing another giveaway for Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas!  If you didn’t see my review of my visit there, you can read it HERE

Well now you have  a chance to win a holiday gift basket!

Giveaway Details:
Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas, specializing in small plates that put modern twists to Italian classics, is offering the chance to give the gift of discovery, exploration and sharing with its holiday gift baskets, available at its location in the Clifton Commons in Clifton. The perfect present for anyone on your list, the gift baskets feature some quintessentially Italian favorites, along with a gift card to Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas, for an unforgettable experience to sip and savor. We’re offering one lucky reader the chance to win a holiday gift basket from Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas ($60 value)! The gift basket includes:

  • $50 gift card to Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas
  • Riedel red wine glass
  • Wine key
  • Wine stopper
  • Tomato sauce
  • Buccatini pasta
  • Salumi
  • Biscotti

Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas offers plates of all sizes with new twists on traditional favorites and an emphasis on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. The chef-driven, made-from-scratch menu offers a variety of signature dishes to explore, including bruschetta, flavorful grill items, fresh hand-made pizzas and Italian meats and cheeses, complemented by an extensive list of over 150 world class wines available by the bottle, with more than 50 wines by the glass.

To Enter the Contest: Click Here

A winner will be chosen and contacted next Monday, December 22nd at 8pm!

Basic Information:

Address: 70 Kingsland Rd, Clifton, NJ or 1002 Old Country Rd, Westbury, NY
Phone: (973) 661-2435
Like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @SpuntinoWineBar & Instagram

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Diner Round Up – Red Bank Diner

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The Red Bank diner is now sadly the only diner in Red Bank (RIP Broadway Diner) however it is a VERY good diner.

I had never been there before, despite being a frequent Red Bank goer, so I was looking forward to finally trying it out.

The diner is located on Broad St in downtown Red Bank so it’s in a great location. They don’t have their own parking, but there is plenty of street and lot parking in Red Bank. We actually walked there (in the pouring rain) after visiting Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash and before seeing a movie at Count Basie Theatre. (I love Red Bank)

The diner itself is on the smaller side, but it is cute and most importantly clean! I really like the warm, intimate setting of this diner.

I decided on getting the Fisherman’s Panini – Fried Shrimp, Mozzarella, Spinach and Roast Peppers. Nom nom nom.

They’re not open late, but it’s a great place for breakfast, lunch and an early dinner.

Basic Info
Address: 179 Broad St, Red Bank, NJphoto 2(1)
Phone #: (732) 741-4791

View their menu on their Website. Like them on Facebook

Diner Facts:
24 Hours – No
Parking Lot – No
Liquor License – No
Salad Bar – No
Homemade Desserts – Questionable

Arts Guild NJ Offering Affordable Winter Art Classes for All Ages

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Arts Guild NJ, a non-profit arts center located in Rahway, NJ runs classes in the Winter for adult, teens, and kids classes. The classes are super affordable and taught by accredited, talented artists. Classes run for 8 weeks and are generally 2+ hours. See class booklet for details and prices. If you are interested, please register ASAP! Classes begin the week of January 13th, 2014.

The Following Classes Have Openings:

Adult Day
Drawing from Life and Photos
Expressive Watercolor
Oil Painting: Basics and Beyond

Adult Evening
Drawing the Human Figure
Painting with Oils or Acrylic
Beginning Stained Glass
Drawing Principles
Int/Advanced Stained Glass

Kids and Teens
Drawing Exploration
Art Story
Drawing for Teens

You can register and pay for classes on www.agnj.org


The Arts Guild will be offering two exciting workshops: Portrait in a Day taught by Westfield, New Jersey artist Gary Godbee on Saturday, February 21, 2015 and The Six- Hour Art Major, a two-day workshop taught by Gene Wisniewski on February 21st & 28th, 2015 . Both workshops will be held in our studio classroom space on the corner of Easterbrook and Milton Avenues in Rahway at the Senior Center Annex, 125 West Milton Avenue.

This marks the second time Arts Guild New Jersey is offering the Six-Hour Art Major seminar taught by Gene Wisniewski. The Six-Hour Art Major, with its tag line “Art School, Condensed”, features mini-versions of Art History and Art Appreciation, hands-on drawing exercises, and a general discussion on developing creativity. “By making yourself into an artist, you get a whole different take on art,” Mr. Wisniewski says.   “You get to learn what goes into making art, and can develop a better understanding of it.”


Mr. Wisniewski has offered versions of his Six-Hour Art Major seminar at prestigious and diverse venues such as the 92nd Street Y, SUNY Purchase, and social club Soho House New York, as well as privately. The 2-part course is going to be offered on two consecutive Saturdays, February 21 & 28 from 11:00 am to 1:00pm (each half) at 125 West Milton Avenue in the Rahway Senior Center ANNEX. The workshop fee is $95 for Arts Guild Members and $105 for non-members.

Portrait in a Day will be held on Saturday, February 21 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. The workshop fee is $85 for Art Guild Members and $95 for non-members. The foundation of a realist portrait is a solid understanding of how to render a like ness through drawing the way light and img295shadow defines form. In this one-day drawing workshop, students will work from a live model as we explore the major forms of the head and the individual features of the face. The goal of the workshop is for each student to gain stronger control of form and value as we complete a portrait drawing in one session. We will be creating heightened drawings using hard and soft pencils and white chalk on toned paper. This technique allows the artist to more easily work on both the highlights and the shadow areas of the form in order to create a convinc-ing illusion of 3-dimensional space. There will be a half-hour break for lunch. A materials list will be emailed to you after registering for this workshop.

You can register and pay for workshops on www.agnj.org

About Arts Guild New Jersey:

Arts Guild New Jersey is a non-profit center for the arts located at 1670 Irving St. at Seminary Avenue in the Downtown Arts District of the City of Rahway.

Arts Guild New Jersey presents a yearly program of fine art exhibitions as well as three semesters of multi-week art classes for adults, teens and children, one-day workshops for adults, summer art workshops for kids and teens, and a variety of secondary art and cultural events, such as lectures and seminars.

The Art exhibits at the Guild focus primarily on the presentation of works by notable emerging New Jersey artists. We feature a wide range of mediums (painting, prints, photography, mixed media collage, construction/assemblage, sculpture, etc.) and a broad range of styles from photo realism to complete abstractions. Our exhibits aim to present an overview of current or enduring trends and directions in the contemporary art of New Jersey’s arts community.

It is the mission of Arts Guild New Jersey to present high level arts programs for the benefit of residents in Central and Northern New Jersey. We promote a broad range of the arts and the value of the arts for all people. Since 1999, the Guild has provided an increasing range of art events, activities and programs for a multi-county audience.

Address: 1670 Irving Street, Rahway, NJ 07065
Contact: (732) 381-7511 or info @agnj.org
Website: www.agnj.org
Like them on Facebook Arts Guild New Jersey and Follow on Twitter @ArtsGuildNJ

New Jersey Singer-Songwriter Scott DeCarlo To Hold 5th Annual Christmas Benefit Show

Press Release:

New Jersey based country music singer/songwriter Scott DeCarlo is teaming up with venue Mexicali Live to present the fifth installment of the annual event, “Bands And Fans With Giving Hands”. The concert – which will be held on December 19th, 2014 – will feature The Scott DeCarlo Band live alongside country artist Rachel Allyn. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Camp Quality New Jersey, a nonprofit organization that provides free camping experiences and year-round support programs for children with cancer.

“After learning about Camp Quality, I was reminded how I get so bogged down by my own competitive nature and drive for success, that I don’t see how selfish I can be. That is why donating proceeds from this years “Band and Fans With Giving Hands” event to Camp Quality has become my greatest goal and sought after achievement for 2014”, says DeCarlo. “CQNJ defines “Selflessness” in a way that truly reflects what is missing in so many of us today”.

In addition, DeCarlo is holding a toy drive for the children of local families in need. Interested persons can visit the Christmas Show page on his website and choose an item from the wishlists to bring wrapped and labeled to Mexicali Live on the night of December 19th. Further information available at http://4risto.co/bands_fans_giving_hand

Tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased online at http://4risto.co/2014christmas_show or at the door the night of the event (subject to availability).

Mexicali Live is located at 1409 Queen Anne Rd., Teaneck NJ, 07666.

About Scott DeCarlo


Since his youth, Scott DeCarlo has been writing and performing country and rock music. His kick in the door blend of Country-Rock isenergetic, accessible and, above all, authentic. “I am constantly inspired by the achieving underdog, the work ethic of those who have nothing, and give everything of themselves,” says DeCarlo. “Those individuals bold enough to follow their sound, their dreams and remain steadfast in their goals of high achievement through all obstacles.” Currently DeCarlo is gearing up to release a full length album which is expected early in 2015. Follow DeCarlo at the links below:


About Camp Quality

Camp Quality is a volunteer driven, volunteer run and community funded non-profit, 501 (C) (3) organization that provides free camping experiences and year-round support programs for children with cancer, and their families. Camp Quality New Jersey’s programs are focused to care for the emotional needs of children with cancer and their families. As they face the “challenging days” and celebrate the good ones, a support network of peers provides tremendous strength and hope. Taking a “smile therapy” approach, with laugh in their hearts and smiles on their faces, Camp Quality Kids find themselves capable of more than they may have dreamed possible. For more information, visit http://www.campqualityusa.org/nj/