Moving / Items For Sale

Hey folks!

I have some items for sale that I have not been able to get rid of on Craigslist and it’s annoying me.  Click on the links below to see the Craigslist ads.

Like New Brown “Microsuede” Love Seat – this was purchased last November and is in excellent condition.

Used Technics SL-1200MK2 Direct Drive Turntable

EnviraScape™ Rock Garden Relaxation Fountain

Pearlessence Zen Diffuser Set – “Bamboo Mint”

All items pickup and CASH ONLY!

I am also having a Garage Sale on Saturday for the remaining miscellaneous items I’d like to get rid of before the move!

47 Church Street
Matawan, NJ
Saturday August 30th
10am-til everything is gone!!!

Brown “Microsuede” Love Seat 🙂
Leather chairs
Kitchen stuff
Household items
Miscellaneous items
Lava Lamp! 🙂

Some things were never used/still in box!

Please email me at EXIT117A (at) GMAIL (dot) COM if you’re interested or need more info.  Thanks!


Blog Writers Wanted!

Guest Bloggers Wanted!

I have decided that instead of letting this blog just sit stagnant, I would still like to see some things posted here. I would like to see Red Bank Blues continue to be a source of information about all things Red Bank. So I’m extending an invitation to readers or writers of Red Bank to write for this blog. If you’re interested, get in touch! I’ll set you up with an account here and we’ll take it from there.

Email: exit117A (at) gmail (dot) com

Very exciting time of year in Monmouth County for Jazz/Blues enthusiasts and Gays alike!

Friday kicks off the 22nd Annual Red Bank Jazz & Blues Festival at Marine Park. While I dig the music, I go more for the BBQ! Some of the best BBQ in NJ is to be had there for sure. I’m hoping to swing by on Friday night. Who’s game?

Sunday marks the 17th Annual Jersey Pride Celebration. As always there will be a parade, live entertainment, and, you guessed it, BBQ!!!!!! I look forward to “coming out” to support my gays! Who’s coming?

Wave Gathering Festival Asbury ParkASBURY PARK – Last year’s Wave Gathering Emerging Music festival was the largest organized event ever held on the Jersey Shore, showcasing the talents of more than 180 artists at 16 music venues throughout the city and featuring informative music panels and artist interviews highlighting the ever changing music industry.

The event continues to grow along with Asbury Park, and this year will add new venues as performance sites.

Last year’s event drew more than 3,000 people, and showcased emerging artists like Ingrid Michaelson, Nicole Atkins and the Sea, Val Emmich, Earl Greyhound, DESOL, The Ruling Party, and Jenny Owen Youngs, who have continued to build their careers and gone on to major success after playing at Wave Gathering.

The festival also featured the talents of dozens of artists who call Asbury Park their musical home, including Status Green, Readymade Breakup, April Smith and the Great Picture Show, Alex Brumel, Rick Barry and Last Perfect Thing.

Performances at venues on Cookman Avenue and the newly refurbished boardwalk area will continue to be a big part of this year’s festival, to encourage patrons to shop and dine in Asbury Park’s newly re-developed areas.

Submissions from performers are being accepted now and are currently under review.

Past performers from 2006 and 2007 are automatically eligible to submit by sending their requests to info@wavegathering.com

Full weekend badges for Wave Gathering 2008 will be on sale May 1.

For more information, submissions and/ or updates about the festival, go to www.wavegathering.com.

WHAT: The 3rd Annual 2008 Wave Gathering Emerging Music Festival.

WHEN: Friday, June 20, Saturday, June 21 and Sunday, June 22.

WHERE: Various venues in the City of Asbury Park, including nightclubs, restaurants and art galleries

For more information:

Just heard about this!  I’m so there! June 17th seems so far away!

Dine Downtown in April!

As Red Bank Green so eloquently reports, The Red Bank River Center is sponsoring Dine Downtown, a restaurant promotion in cooperation with 16 downtown dining establishments that feature prix fixe menus (ranging in price from $15-$35) on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings throughout the month of April.

This may be an excellent opportunity not only to try a restaurant I’ve never been to before, but perhaps make it an official Bayshore Friends gathering!  Please post if you’re interested, or better yet… join Bayshore Friends and let us know there!

Hey Red Bankers, I consider you part of the Bayshore, too!

I’ve created the Bayshore Friends social networking group.  For right now, it’s an online meeting place for people in the Bayshore area of Monmouth County.  But eventually I plan to have local meetups which may include: restaurants, coffee shops, book stores, cocktails, house parties, game nights, parks, and more.

Sign up, participate in forums, write blogs, add photos, join sub-groups, and even add videos!

Go on… check out the new Bayshore Friends social networking group right now! Feedback is appreciated.