A cold rain didn’t throw a damper on Red Bank RiverCenter‘s first-ever Bar Bounce, held Saturday afternoon at 12 borough taverns, including Taste, above, and Jamian’s, at right. The event drew 440 participants and raised $11,589, to be divided among three charities created to help victims of Hurricane Sandy, officials said. Photographer Peter Lindner was there for redbankgreen. See more of his photos on our Flickr page. (Photos by Peter Lindner. Click to enlarge)
Grace and the Nocturnals bring a bit of ooh-la-la to the Basie tonight. Bar Bounce bops into Red Bank for Hurricane Sandy relief Saturday. (Click to enlarge)
Friday, February 22
RED BANK: Two River Theater continues its presentation of August Wilsons Two Trains Running, with performances at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 3 p.m. matinees Saturday and Sunday. Tickets range from $24 to $42 and are available online. 21 Bridge Avenue.
RED BANK: Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, whose songs have been featured in popular television shows over the years such as Greys Anatomy and One Tree Hill, bring their blues, folk, and alternative rock sounds to the Count Basie Theatre at 8 p.m. for a set of tunes off their new album, The Lion The Beast The Beat. Tickets are $29.50, $34.50, and $39.50. 99 Monmouth Street.
By WIL FULTON
With a cold, drab and possibly wet February weekend in the forecast, isn’t time to break out the beach wear?
It is, say the folks at Red Bank RiverCenter, organizers of Saturday’s Red Bank Bar Bounce, a pub crawl that encourages patrons to wear their favorite beach duds as part of a fundraiser for three charities helping to rebuild Hurricane Sandy-shattered Shore towns.