Today’s edition of Red Bank oRBit offers a preview of something that’s
become a summertime staple:
the return of Red Bank Street Life, the series
of free outdoor mini-musicfests that take place at the sidewalks and
storefronts each Saturday night.
We’ll give you the rundown on the featured
talent for the 9th annual series, sponsored by Bank of America (what, you’d
rather they spent the bailout money on another fancy wastebasket?).
As Red Bank RiverCenter‘s Nancy Adams explains,there are some exciting
changes in store this year: new performers, new hours and more
scheduled events than ever before including a Jazz & Blues
weekend that adds two extra sessions, on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Then we take it down to Tim McLoones Supper Club in Asbury Park, where we talk
to Emmy-winning comedienne Judy Gold (right), who returns Thursday with her
solo show MOMMY QUEEREST a proudly opinionated, highly personal, naturally
funny work from the woman who brought you 25 QUESTIONS FOR A JEWISH MOTHER.
There’s more where that came from, and you know where to find it first in
the pixelated pages of our sibling site, Red Bank oRBit.