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Drinks And A Movie: Alcohol Sales Approved At Basie Center Cinemas In Red Bank Drinks And A Movie: Alcohol Sales Approved At Basie Center Cinemas In Red Bank
Alcohol Sales Approved At Basie Center Cinemas You can now enjoy a beer, a glass of wine, or a cocktail at an independent movie theater in Monmouth County. Basie Center Cinemas will start selling alcoholic beverages to customers 21 and older, the Red Bank theater announced in a news release on Tuesday, May 7. A recent state law cleared the way for the cinema to receive a liquor license. The White Street theater said it will feature products from Jersey craft breweries and wineries. "Basie Center Cinemas is now the only area indie movie house that can offer patrons a glass of wine, a local craft beer, or a cool, canned cocktail to accom…
'Wheel Of Fortune' Live Shows Coming To PA, NJ 'Wheel Of Fortune' Live Shows Coming To PA, NJ
'Wheel Of Fortune' Live Shows Coming To PA, NJ Are you a game show fanatic? If so, you could be a contestant or part of the live audience for "Wheel of Fortune" when it comes to Pennsylvania and New Jersey, among other states, this fall. The non-televised theatrical experience will make stops at the following sites: Wind Creek Event Center in Bethlehem, PA on Sunday, Oct. 2 Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, NJ on Wednesday, Oct. 5 Academy of Music in Philadelphia, PA on Thursday, Oct. 6 Warner Theater in Erie, PA Wednesday, Oct. 19 Guests can audition to go on stage, where they'll have a chance to spin a replica of the whee…
NJ Honors Jorma Kaukonen For Entertaining ‘During Difficult Times’ NJ Honors Jorma Kaukonen For Entertaining ‘During Difficult Times’
NJ Honors Jorma Kaukonen For Entertaining ‘During Difficult Times’ One of the few rock legends ever to be immediately recognized by his first name got a bi-partisan ovation from New Jersey lawmakers this week. In town for a socially-responsible, two-night outdoor run at Monmouth Park’s Blu Grotto, Jorma Kaukonen received a commendation from the state Legislature for providing New Jerseyans with “wonderful respite and entertainment during difficult times.” The Grammy-winning former Jefferson Airplane and long-running Hot Tuna lead guitarist has played livestreams and capacity-reduced gigs throughout the pandemic. Kaukonen, 79, has compared the current-day …