Web developer Kenny Katzgrau says even fourth-graders can begin to code after a bit of instruction. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)
The idea of computer code may be daunting to many adults. But kids are quick to pick up on the logic underlying the dominant technologies of our time, says Red Bank resident and web developer Kenny Katzgrau, who will lead an Intro to Coding class for kids aged 10 to 14 years old at the borough Public Library this Thursday afternoon.
The primary goal of the 90-minute session, says Katzgrau, is to spark interest in what can be a hobby or the basis of a lucrative career.
On October 18, 2012 at approximately 4:30pm police responded to the Spirit Halloween Store located on Highway 35 in Middletown in reference to a report of a male subject groping young girls. Upon arrival Patrolman Christopher Dee and Patrolman Nicholas Fenezia conducted an investigation and determined that the suspect had groped four girls under the age of 12 and one girl who was 13 years of age. The investigation resulted in the arrest of a store employee, Mark Lenahan, age 34, from Clark Avenue in Union Beach, NJ.
Debbie Mishan, below, with the hundreds of entries from girls seeking to be featured in posters hung each month at her Fair Haven boutique, Skye Blue & BeTween. (Click to enlarge)
By JOHN T. WARD
The oversized, constantly changing photos of well-dressed young models you may have noticed in the window of Skye Blue & BeTween in Fair Haven aren’t stock images provided by clothing manufacturers.
They’re the store’s ‘tween customers, girls aged 13 to 16, the age “just before they start shopping at Urban Outfitters,” says shop owner Debbie Mishan. And a spot in the boutique’s frames has become one of the hottest tickets among adolescent girls on the Green and a marketing boon for Mishan and a local photographer.