RED BANK: A WALK OF FAME FOR LOCAL MUTTS

dog days 072215 1All Dogs Go to Hollywood  as Red Bank RiverCenter presents the latest of its canine-friendly Dog Days events Tuesday evening.

RB DOG DAYS 073013 6At a time of year when Hollywood separates its summer blockbusters from its disappointing box-office dogs, the Tinseltown-canine connection is being celebrated in style on the streets of Red Bank, as the latest in the summer series of Dog Days promotions returns on Tuesday evening.

Hosted once again by Red Bank RiverCenter and the Borough of Red Bank, the 6-to-9 p.m. event is presented under the theme All Dogs Go to Hollywood, with a strolling array of dog-focused vendors, pup-positive downtown businesses and informational displays given a red-carpet twist: guest-star canines (and their human personal assistants) are invited to dress up and walk that carpet for a free photo op worthy of a big-time movie premiere, fun props included.

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COLORFUL FUN FOR KIDS ON MONMOUTH


Marissa Porskievies squirts a sampling of primary colors into a palette at her store’s “paint station.”
 (Photo by Stacie Fanelli. Click to enlarge.)

By STACIE FANELLI

Rcsm2_010508Marissa Porskievies envisions her new Red Bank shop, Paint a Tee, as a  kid-friendly destination, though there isn’t anything to throw, jump on, slide down or win.

The shop, taking over the former Readies delicatessen location at 18 Monmouth Street when it opens in a few weeks, will sell blank T-shirts, tote bags, puzzles, placemats and more – all to be designed by customers, who might range from 3-year-olds celebrating a birthday to business associates enjoying a ladies’ night out.

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