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Located on a cul-de-sac, this alluring home is as splendid as it is welcoming. Brightly colored, two car garage and driveway, ornate walkway, and well-manicured lawn, all work together in harmony to create opulent curb appeal. Upon entrance through the lavish front door, one can feel the warmth of this home. Walking up the hardwood stairs, you are greeted with the living room, with hardwood flooring, large bay window, and neutral wall colors, it is the perfect mixture of luxury and intimacy. Attached is the formal dining room, adorned with beautiful half-length tile work, with continuing hardwood flooring, brightly colored, wooden chair rail, and sliding door to a raised deck and bar-b-que area, promises the joy of future dinner parties. The eat-in-kitchen, with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and bright, newer cabinets, will appeal to even the smallest chef in you. The bedrooms, three accessed down the hall from the kitchen, are lush with both space and light, enhanced by the cool, calm colors, and hardwood flooring. The main bathroom is all updated with newer fixtures, gilded tiling, and ceramic flooring. Downstairs you’ll find a more casual sitting room, with hardwood flooring, bright colors and sliding door to covered patio area, encouraging relaxing Sunday’s with a warm cup of coffee. The downstairs bedroom is also spacious and comfortable, and the full downstairs bathroom is also updated and refined. The backyard, aside from the raised deck and patio area, has a large yard, privacy fence, and storage shed, for the most convenience. Located near all major highways, shopping malls, and public transportation to and from NYC. This house is a MUST SEE!!!

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Fall Life Hacks

Autumn Life Hacks – 15 Tips to Make Your Fall the Best it Can Be!

Autumn Life Hacks

15 Tips to Make Fall the Best Season Yet!

Fall Life Hacks

Summer is behind us, and with the start of the fall season comes a ton of wonderful things, leaves changing, cooling weather, pumpkin picking, apple cider, Halloween, and so many other activities. But how can you optimize your fall experience for both your home and yourself?

Well, look no further! Let the Kerr Team share tips with you so you can enjoy the season, with:

15 Tips to Make the Fall Your Season Yet!

Fall Life Hacks


  1. Make Pumpkins Last! 

There’s nothing worse than watching your picked pumpkins decay on your front porch. As they rot, they attract a variety of animals and insects feasting upon them. Stop this natural process by taking a spray bottle and filling it with a mixture of bleach and water. Coat the pumpkin and watch them last until after Halloween.


2. Easy Leaf Cleaning

With the season comes a massive leaf cleanup, especially if you have a deck or a patio. It looks sloppy and can be a problem to maintain. If you don’t have a leaf blower, because we all don’t own a landscaping company, this could be a tall task. Well work smarter, not harder. Use a simple house fan to blow the leaves where you want them to go, or into a pile. Makes for easy cleanup and looks even better.


3. Dry Your Shoes/Boots with Ease

During the season, it can easy for your footwear to become wet, and there’s nothing worse than walking around in a wet shoe. Well you don’t have to buy a new pair, nor break the bank cleaning them. Just grab some old newspaper and put them in the shoe, the paper will absorb the wetness, and overnight, your shoes will be dry.


Fall Life Hacks


4. Save a Wet Phone

In fairness, this one doesn’t always work, but it’s worth a shot instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a new phone. With the season can come rain, which causes wet clothes. But that could be devastating to your electronics. If you get your phone wet, to save it, place it in a container with uncooked, white rice, overnight. The salts in the rice with pull the moisture out of the phone, and hopefully save the functionality of your phone.


5. Create a New Kind of Lunch Box

With the fall comes back to school. While at school, you want to save lunch to be as fresh as possible. Well re-purpose those old black CD cases into a lunch container. The air tight seal will conceal freshness and ensure a good meal. See picture belowFall Life Hacks


6. Heating Pinecones

Pinecones can be a very nice decorative piece for your Thanksgiving table or even on a coffee table. But Pinecones can be a hotbed for insects and other undesirables you wouldn’t like in your home. To prevent this, before displaying them, put them on a baking sheet and cook them at 250 degrees for a bout an hour. That will take care of any of those hitchhikers you wouldn’t want to display to guests.


Fall Life Hacks


7. Use Old Cinderblocks to Display Jack-o-lanterns

This one is fun, but it may not be worth it to go out an purchase. But if you have some cinderblocks lying around, you can adjust them into being displays for Jack-O-Lanterns and candles, that will not burn and will be aesthetically pleasing.

Fall Life Hacks


8. DIY Potpourri 

One of the best parts of the season are the smells. You can achieve this with a candle or a plug in spray. But these scents can be achieved in a cheap, simple way by making your own potpourri. Use a few cinnamon sticks, a couple sliced apples, some orange peels, cloves, and vanilla extract, and simmer them in a pot on a stove, and let simmer throughout the day (just keep adding water to prevent burning), and your home will smell amazing.


9. Unique Candles

This is an inexpensive way to display a unique style of candles for the season. Take a normal candle, the larger the better, and place them in a larger vase. With the space between the candle and the vase, pour popcorn kernels in the gaps and wrap a bow around the vase, and display it where appropriate.


Fall Life Hacks


10. Gutter Cleaning

Every year, several people get injured, or worse, while cleaning out their gutters, by falling off a ladder. Well avoid doing so, taking a shop vacuum and attach a PVC pipe that bends and simply do it from the ground. Your back will thank you, as will your friends and family be happy you did it in a safe and sound process.


11. Bathroom Pumpkins

This is a fun, yet practical thing for storage in your bathroom. With your extra rolls of toilet paper, wrap them in cheap tissue paper (you can even use the packaging paper from a gift bag you may have received), then cut an old toilet paper roll and roll the cardboard into a stem, and even take leaves from outside and glue them to the top. Your guests will think it’s cute, with paying barely anything.

Fall life hacks


12. While Landscaping, Use a Tarp

We’ve all had the struggle of raking leaves, then when putting them into leaf bags, half of the leaves fall out and become scattered all over again, causing you to have to do it all over again. Well work smarter, not harder. Rake the leaves onto a plastic tarp, then when full, just lift the tarp and dump into however you dispose of your leaves.


Fall Life Hacks


13. Make a Fall Themed Centerpiece

Putting flowers or a centerpiece in the center of your table, really makes the table look a lot better. But why not make it have a fall theme, without breaking the bank. Take a normal pumpkin, hallow it out, then place a glass or even an aluminum can in the center with some water, and fill with your choice of floral arrangement. This will sure to brighten up any meal.


14. Washing Potatoes Made Easy

Potatoes are a usual staple in any fall meal. The first part of creating the delicious side item is washing them. Some people washing them one by one in the sink, but why? Make it easy on yourself, especially if you’re making a lot of potatoes. Put them in the top shelf of your dishwasher and run them through a rinse cycle, without adding soap.


15. Cooking Potatoes Made Easy

After washing your potatoes, you of course need to cook them. Well it could take a long time and sometimes you don’t have a pot big enough to fit all of them. Boil water in a normal pot or kettle, put the potatoes in a regular cooler, then once it the kettle boils, pour the water over the potatoes, close the lid to the cooler, and let the potatoes cook in the cooler, add more boiled water as needed.


Fall Life Hacks


Use these tips to help have a prosperous season, while still having a fun time!


Fall Life Hacks


Presented By Deborah Kerr

Fall Life Hacks

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office: 732-549-1998

Cell: 732-910-1682

Email: debkerr@kw.com

Website: debkerr.com


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St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey 2017

Guide to 2017 St. Patrick’s Day Parades in New Jersey

2017 St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey

It’s time to “Go Green”, again. No we’re not speaking about global warming or leaving a carbon footprint, we’re talking about the Greenest day of the year,  St. Patrick’s Day.  Now even though, technically, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on March 17th (a Friday this year, by the way), New Jersey tends to make a month long celebration of the holiday with parades and festivals.

2017 St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey

But where to find them?

Don’t worry, we got you covered…

Guide to 2017’s St. Patrick’s Day Parades in New Jersey


2017 St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey


Editor’s Note: Parades Ordered by Date and Time, Not Location



1. Hoboken, NJ: Saturday, March 4th, 2017

All Day (Pick any time)

Though, again, technically, Hoboken has not had a St. Patrick’s Day Parade since 2011 (Why? Let’s say, the parades got, uh, vivacious), the local watering holes still celebrate the day with exclusive deals and irish fare galore. This is one of the most popular “festivals” in the state, so be prepared for crowds and rambunctiousness.


2. Mount Holly, NJ: Saturday, March 4th, 2017

1:00pm

The only St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Burlington county, beginning in Downtown Mount Holly. The parade is filled with all the Irish fare we’ve come to know, along with fun for the whole family, filled with bagpipe bands, Irish bands, step dancers, and other traditional Irish “craic”. Then enjoy the traditional after party at High Street grill, filled with the sound of Irish music playing on two stages all day, a great time.


3. Nutley, NJ: Saturday, March 4th, 2017

1:00 pm

This is more of a traditional St. Patrick’s Day Parade, beginning at 10:00 am with it’s beginning at Holy Family Church down Harrison Street to Franklin Avenue, and ending at Chestnut Street. The post-parade party takes place at the Franklin Steakhouse until 6pm. Almost makes you feel like riverdancing.


2017 St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey


4. Belmar, NJ: Sunday, March 5th, 2017

12:30 pm

A great St. Patrick’s Day Parade! Just because there’s a crisp to the air, doesn’t mean the shore stops trucking. Beginning at the north end of Main Street in Lake Como at 12:30pm, this is a fun time for all. Though, it can tend to get a little roudy, most of the rowdiness tends to stay close to bars, closer to 16th Avenue and 10th Avenue, rather than the family friendly parade.

5. Wildwood, NJ: Saturday, March 11th, 2017

11:30 am

This parade, and festivities, are a blast. Starting with a ceremony in front of North Wildwood City Hall at 11:30am, followed by the parade, beginning there at 12 noon up Atlantic Avenue, towards Olde New Jersey Avenue. There are plenty of parts that get rawdie, so be prepared, but away from the bars and party tents, it’s all family fun.


6. Morristown, NJ: Saturday, March 11th, 2017

12:00 pm

With a variety of eateries, bars, pubs, and a green in the center of the city, this is one of the best parades in the state. The parade route is South Street to Atno Avenue and about 20 bands playing (not including bagpipers), and over 50,000 people in attendance, so be prepared for crowds, and a be prepared for it to spill over into bars and restaurants, so if crowds aren’t your scene, be prepared.



2017 St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey


7. Hamilton, NJ: Saturday, March 11th, 2017

1:00pm

This parade is a town-wide tradition, starting at Nottingham Fire House, at 200 Mercer Street in Hamilton, this one is fun for the whole family and not to be missed.


8. Seaside Heights, NJ: Saturday, March 11th, 2017

12:00 pm

The Ocean county parade is a Jersey Shore Tradition! Starting at noon, the parade goes from J Street to Hancock Ave. along with all  the fun the shore has to offer. This is an amazing time as long as the sun is shining.


9. Elizabeth, NJ: Saturday, March 11th, 2017

1:00 pm

Parade begins at 1pm in Union east through Morris Avenue to a turn at Main Reviewing Stand and ends at Roosevelt Avenue. There are floats, music, and dancers, fun for the ENTIRE Family


2017 St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey


10. Atlantic City, NJ: Saturday, March 11th, 2017

1:00pm

Traditional Parade goes the length of the Boardwalk to Albany Avenue, stopping, unofficially, at the Knife & Fork Inn.


11. Sea Isle City, NJ: Saturday, March 11th, 2017

3:30pm

Parades line up at 84th East Landis Avenue, and ends at Kix-McNutley’s on 63rd Street.


12. Farmingdale, NJ: Sunday, March 12th, 2017

11:00am

The most unique celebration on our list. It’s St. Patrick’s Day in the 1830’s! How cool is that? Relive St. Patrick’s Day back in the time of yesteryear. Reenacting of the life and times in the early 1800’s. The story line: “Mr. Allaire has given the Irish workers the day off which the rest of the workers do not take kindly too” Taking place from 11am-4pm at The Historic Village at Allaire: 4263 Atlantic Avenue, Farmingdale, NJ. And special chapel program at 1pm and 3pm. For More Information on this great event, click HERE.



St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey 2017


13. Philadelphia, PA: Sunday, March 12th, 2017

11:30am

Though, technically not a New Jersey parade, this one is so close and such a great one. Running from Broad street to Market Street, then going across Penn’s Landing. This, like all major metropolitan cities, tends to be pretty crowded, so avoid tolls and traffic by taking NJ Transit right to the heart of the action, especially if your entertaining adult fun.


14.Freehold, NJ: Sunday, March 12th, 2017

12:00pm

Great Family Fun! Lots of fun for kids to do and activities for the whole family. Starting at noon and running along Main Street in downtown Freehold. This is the Parade to bring the kids along!


15. West Orange, NJ: Sunday, March 12th, 2017

12:15 pm

Another traditional St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the parade route begins at 12:15pm at the corners of Main Street and Mt. Pleasant Avenue (at West  Orange Town Hall) and runs North on Main Street to Our Lady of Lourdes Church, on Eagle Rock Avenue.



St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey 2017


16. Asbury Park, NJ: Sunday, March 12th, 2017

1:00pm

Quickly becoming one of the best St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the State, it is definitely worth seeing. Starting promptly at 1:00pm at 5th and Ocean Ave, going south to Cookman Ave. These local bars and restaurants promote the event and are recently refinished and great venues to celebrate.


17. Rumson, NJ: Sunday, March 12th, 2017

1:00pm

This parade is celebrating its 5th year and going strong. Starting at 1pm at Victory Park and Allen Street and running up River Rd. then heading toward Carton Street. The parade is expected to end around 2:30pm.



18.  Woodbridge, NJ: Sunday, March 12th, 2017

1:30pm

Traditional parade, from Woodbridge High School to Woodbridge Town Hall. Full day of festivities in down town Woodbridge on Main Street including bars and restaurants



St. Patrick's Day in New Jersey 2017


19. Hackettstown, NJ: Sunday, March 12th 2017

3:30pm

Parade begins promptly at 3:30pm. This parade is unique, in that you can enter it yourself, and design your own unique float. Prizes are awarded to the top floats. Parade begins in front of Post Office 120 Grand Ave. Round right corner onto Main Street toward David’s Country Inn, bear right onto Mountain Ave., march down, end route at Union Cemetery. For more information on T-Shirts, parade info, and entering a float in the parade, click HERE


20. New York City: Friday, March 17th, 2017

11:00am

Now, again, not technically New Jersey, obviously, it is difficult to not include one of the greatest, oldest, and largest in the country. Starting at 11:00 am the parade runs along 5th Avenue and continues until around 5pm. Then the rest of the Irish fare ensues. NYC has no shortage of Irish pubs, which will be flooded with bagpipers, flags, Irish music, green beer, novelty hats, and green as the Emerald Isle itself. Again, if you wish to participate in  these extracurricular activities, I recommend taking the train, avoid all of the hoopla.


21. Newark, NJ: Friday, March 17th, 2017

1:00pm

The only St. Patrick’s Day parade to actually take place on St. Patrick’s Day in New Jersey this year, this one is one of the state’s oldest. Starting at 1:00pm at the Prudential Center to Gateway center, NJPAC, Military Park, St. Patrick’s Pro-Cathedral, and Washington Park. There are plenty of eateries and bars along the way that are there to enjoy, especially since it takes place right in the middle of Irish Heritage week, all local places will be involved. Again, very easily accessible by public transportation, so leave your worries with your car.


St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey 2017


22. Newton, NJ (Sussex County): Saturday, March 18th, 2017

11:30am

Spring Street in Newton. The Lineup begins at 9am. This Parade is a traditional kind, fun for the whole family!


23. Robbinsville, NJ: Saturday, March 18th, 2017

1:00pm

With opening ceremonies beginning at 12:30pm (I recommend getting there at Noon) at the Foxmoor Shopping Center, Rt. 33 and Washington Blvd. The route goes north on Washington and makes a right onto North Street, then a right on Newtown Blvd., then another right onto Lake Drive East, and continuing past the gazebo area, then left onto Union Street, and proceed past the reviewing stand at Union and Burnet Walk. Fun for the whole family!


24. Highlands, NJ: Saturday, March 18th, 2017

2:00pm

The 15th Annual Highlands St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off at 2pm at Huddy Park and continues along Bay Avenue. Great fun for the whole family, with bagpipers, Irish dancers, festive music, floats, and marching bands. This parade has something for the whole family to enjoy.



St. Patrick's Day in New Jersey 2017


25. South Amboy, NJ: Sunday, March 19th, 2017

1:00pm

This is all the typical Irish fare you’ve come to expect, bagpipes, marching bands, dancers, with both civic and nonprofit organizers showing their support for the city and the parade. Also low key great little strip of bars and restaurants that keep the party going!


26. Bayonne, NJ: Sunday, March 19th, 2017

1:00pm

Starting promptly at 1pm on Broadway from 5th Street to 39th Street. The parade route will go up Broadway to 40th Street, then west on 40th to the reviewing stand, at the entrance to the Gregg-Bayonne County Park, between 40th and 41st Street on Avenue C. Local establishments make this one of the better parades in the state, a great time for both adults and children alike.


27. Keyport, NJ: Saturday, March 25th, 2017

1:00pm

Starting promptly at 1pm, and beginning at St. Joseph’s Church on Maple Place, going down West Front Street to Broad Street and ending at Fireman’s Park, this quaint parade is not to be missed.


St. Patrick's Day in New Jersey 2017


28. Ringwood, NJ: Saturday, March 25th, 2017

1:00pm

Starting promptly at 1pm and beginning at the Ringwood Plaza, going down Skyline Drive that up to 112 Erskine Road, always a lot of fun.



29. Waretown, NJ: Saturday, March 25th, 2017

7:30 PM

Irish Night with Country and Bluegrass Music Show. Doors open at 6:00pm and show beginning at 7:30pm at the Albert Music Hall. This Annual Irish celebration presents a variety of entertainment featuring the “Irish Greeter” with lucky “Gold coins” (chocolate), for EVERYONE! Live music and entertainment with Devrin Academy of Irish Dancers, The River Driver’s IRISH Band from Bristol, PA, The Church Street Revival Irish Band, and Martin Kavanaugh and the Hard Road Travelers “Irish” Band. This is a blast and plenty of Irish fare for all! Not to be Missed.




St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey 2017


Do you think we missed any St. Patrick’s Day Parades in New Jersey in 2017?

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St. Patrick's Day Parades in New Jersey 2017


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New Year's Eve 2017 in New Jersey

Deborah Kerr

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Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey

Top Ten! Best Happy Hours in Central New Jersey

Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey

Sometimes the most rewarding part of a job is being done. After the work day is done, it’s time to unwind. Some go to yoga, some go for a bike ride, and some meet up with friends and head to a bar. But why break the bank when you don’t have to. Don’t worry, we got you covered, here are the 10 Best Happy Hours in Central New Jersey.

Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey

10.  10th Street Live

104 N. 10th Street, Kenilworth, NJ 07033

Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey

This place is one of the best kept secrets in the area. This intimate bar, friendly staff, and incredible entertainment, is sure to entice all crowds. Unlike some of the bars on our list, the food here is impeccable (and included in the happy hour). #11thBestBarEver

Time: Monday through Friday 3:00pm – 6:00pm

The Deal:

$2 Tall Boy Cans, $3 Domestic Drafts, $4 Mixed Drinks, $5 Stella, Guinness, Yards, and Martinis

$3 Mozzarella Sticks, $4 Bar Pie Pizza, $5 Buffalo Wings

And if entertainment is your goal, the entire week has events:

Monday: Stand Up Comedy, No cover

Tuesday: Karaoke at 9pm

Wednesday: Free Music Open Mic

Thursday: Trivia at 8pm

And every weekend a variety of events, including live bands, comedy shows and sporting events. For More Information, check it out HERE


Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey


9. The Dillinger Room

338 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey

Step into a bar of yesteryear. This speakeasy style saloon, that reflects the time of tommy guns, fedoras, and flapper girls, is sure to cure what ales ya. Located in the heart of hub city New Brunswick, this watering hole is not to be missed. With expert crafted cocktails, that marvel the eye as well as tastebuds.

Time: Monday through Saturday 4:00pm – 7:00 pm

The Deal: 

$5 Wines (House Red and Whites), $5 Well Drinks, $5 Local Jersey Drafts (best bang for your buck), $3 Tall Boy Cans (Budweiser, Miller Lite, PBR, Narraganaset), $7 Shaken Cocktails (Gimlet, Bee’s Knees, Goldrush, Sidecar, Daquiris), $7 Forward & Stirred Spirits (Manhattan, Old Fashion, Negroni, Sazerac, Vieux Carre)

Variety of events and nearby entertainment. For more information, click HERE


Top Ten Best happy Hours in Central Jersey


8. J.J. Bitting

33 Main Street, Woodbridge, NJ 07095

Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey

If you want something done right, do it yourself. That’s what J.J. Bitting’s in Woodbridge has done. Brewing their own beer since 1997, this unique bar is sure to please. Located right near the Woodbridge train station, and in the heart of bustling downtown area of Woodbridge township, it is easily accessible by any means of transportation. It is worth the stop.

Time: Monday through Friday 3:00pm – 7:00pm 

The Deal:

All drafts (Home Brewed) $3 and free finger foods

For More information, check it out HERE


Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey


7. The Stagehouse

Two Locations:

366 Park Ave. Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

1719 Amwell Ave. Somerset, NJ 08873

Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey

This rustic throwback to American fare is worth your time. The food and ambiance are both comforting and intriguing. It’s a traditional tavern but with energy. Live music and weekly events are common place for this pleasant venue. Worth the trip

Time: EVERYDAY 4:00pm – 6:00pm

The Deal:

$1 off ALL drinks, and specialty menu of appetizers priced beautifully

For More information, click HERE


Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey


6. The Fox and the Hound

250 Menlo Park Drive, Edison, NJ 08837

Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey

Burgers, flat-breads, Sports and American Fare. If you like the idea of the sports bar on steroids, this is the place for you. Surrounded by Televisions and a plethora of beer on tap, this place is a great bang for your buck.

Time: Monday through Friday 5:00pm – 7:00pm

The Deal:

$2.75 ALL draft berrs, $4 well drinks, and $5 wines

Every day this is a new deal and a new special, the best of them being $2 pint night on Tuesdays. ALL DRAFTS. It is quite the deal. For more information, click HERE


Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey


5. Bahama Breeze

520 Woodbridge Drive, Woodbridge, NJ 07095

Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey

Relax… It’s Island time. Embrace the Island lifestyle, right in the center of New Jersey. This is a newer establishment, so everything is clean and ready to go for you. Like previous entries on this list, Bahama Breeze has great deals on not just drinks (and they are great deals), but also on their signature food.

Time: Monday through Friday 4:00pm – 6:00pm and Monday through Thursday 9:00pm – Close

The Deal:

$2 14oz Draft Beers, $3 20oz Beers and Bottled Beer, $2 off wines, $3 Well Drinks, and $4 Specialty drinks (Specialty drink menu)

For More Information, Click HERE


Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey


4. Blue Moon

114 S Broadway, South Amboy, NJ 08879

Top Ten Best Happy Hours in Central Jersey

 This is a classic type of bar. Nothing too fancy, nothing too shabby. Blue Moon offers great deals, live music on Friday and Saturday, and a laid back atmosphere (and perhaps the longest happy hour on our list).

Time: 2pm – 6pm Monday through Friday

The Deal:

All Domestic Drafts $2. And $3 drink specials (varying deals)

For More Details, Click HERE


Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey


3. Hailey’s Harp & Pub

400 Main Street, Metuchen, NJ 08840

Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey

Who doesn’t love a good Irish Pub? Right in the heart of downtown Metuchen, the pub’s greatest attribute: Simplicity. Great food, great drinks and great company. Located half a block from the Metuchen Train Station and around the corner from the Metuchen Cab Stand, this quaint spot is the perfect place to enjoy all the “craic” an Irish pub has to offer, especially if you’re having more than one.

Time: 3pm – 7pm Monday through Thursday

The Deal:

A dollar off all drinks and some superb food. They have a large variety of craft beers and top shelf liquor, this place is worth hanging out after happy hour, with great bands, comedians, karaoke, shuffle board and Irish grub (great wings and the best potato leak soup in New Jersey).

For More Information, click HERE



Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey


2. The Frog and The Peach

29 Dennis Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey

Get ready for fancy Happy Hour! This place is the best food Happy Hour could offer. The Frog and the Peach looks like a it doesn’t belong in the neighborhood it is in, but once you taste the food, you’ll know it not only belongs, but it’s a staple.  The food is American style and the bar menu is available for HALF PRICE during happy hour.

Time: 4:00 pm – 6:30pm Monday through Friday and 4:30 pm – 6:30pm on Sunday

The Deal:

All beers and house wines $5. But, more importantly, half priced meals (at the bar only). This is one of the most delicious restaurants in New Jersey and well worth the trip (try the Tamarind Glazed Pulled Duck Baguette, you will not be disappointed)

For More Information, Click HERE


Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey


1.  Clydz

55 Paterson Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey

Step back into a world of the speak-easy. This classy martini bar looks like something right out of the Great Gatsby that serves up drinks stiff with a classic ambiance. This is probably the coolest and unique happy hour central Jersey has to offer. This charming place offers the best signature drinks, within the confines of it’s brick interior, fireplace and fish-tank behind the bar.

Time: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Monday through Friday

The Deal:

Half Price Martini’s and Specialty drinks (about $7.50), they also offer rare appetizer deals for only $6, including alligator sausage, game meatballs, wild boar arancini, roast garlic humus, to name a few.

For More Information, Click HERE


Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey


More deals on Brunches, Valentine’s Day, and Date night deals to come, So stay tuned.

Until Then…

Top Ten Happy Hours in Central Jersey


Presented by:

New Year's Eve 2017 in New Jersey

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office: 732-549-1998

Cell: 732-910-1682

Email: debkerr@kw.com

Website: debkerr.com

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Groundhog's Day Results

Groundhog Results! Groundhog’s Day – February 2nd, 2017

Welp…. The results are in.

Did the groundhog see his shadow?

Groundhog's day results

According to Punxsutawney Phil…

Groundhog's Day results

Groundhog's Day Results

THE SUSPENSE IS KILLING ME!!!

He has definitely seen his shadow.

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Sorry folks… Six more weeks of winter.

Groundhog's day facts

But don’t let that get you down. We got you covered on how to deal with the winter blues… more importantly, snow.

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Deborah Kerr

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Cell: 732-910-1682

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Groundhog's Day Facts

Groundhog’s Day – February 2nd – Groundhog Facts

Groundhog's Day Facts

Well, it’s February 2nd, yet again. So you know what that means,

IT’S GROUNDHOG’S DAY!!!

Groundhog's Day Facts

Now most of us are familiar with certain elements of groundhog’s day, like Punxsutawney Phil, Staten Island Chuck, that if they see their shadow it means six more weeks of winter, and it’s a pretty great Bill Murray movie.

But here are some other, less known facts you may not know about the Groundhog and his special day.

Groundhog's day Facts

  • The first Punxsutawney Phil began predicting on February 2nd, 1887. Though started earlier by Pennsylvania Germans much earlier in the 1800’s, the first official “shadow search” began in 1887 and hasn’t missed a year since.
  • Punxsutawney Phil, the most famous of all the groundhogs, is correct about his weather predictions about 38% of the time, seeing his shadow (meaning 6 more weeks of winter) about 85% of the time.
  • Groundhogs are a member of the squirrel family (the largest of said family) and are known to climb and swim very well to avoid predators.
  • Groundhogs are known for borrowing deep into the ground in very elaborate tunnels, including a separate area to use as a bathroom… seriously.
  • Groundhogs are also referred to as woodchucks, whistlepigs, chuck, wood-shock, groundpig, whistler, thickwood badger, Canada marmot, monax, moonack, weenusk, and red monk.

Groundhog's day facts

  • There are a large number of groundhogs that predict the weather, aside from Punxsutawney Phil, there’s Staten Island Chuck, Pothole Pete in New York City,  and Warton Willie in Wiarton, Ontario, Canada.
  • The groundhog lives most of their life alone, socializing with other groundhogs only to mate, but still look out for one and other. They communicate in high pitched shrills to warn other groundhogs of impeding danger
  • Groundhogs are herbivores and survive by eating grass and plants.
  • During birth, they usually spawn around 6 offspring
  • Groundhogs are known to eat a great deal in the summer, fatten up, then hibernate all winter. Around mid October until early spring.

Those are just some fun facts about the Groundhog and the holiday.

Now let’s just pray he sees no shadow.

Groundhog's day facts

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Presented by:

New Year's Eve 2017 in New Jersey

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office: 732-549-1998

Cell: 732-910-1682

Email: debkerr@kw.com

Website: debkerr.com

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Winter Tips: Snow Removal

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

Don’t Be Taken Off-guard, BE PREPARED FOR WINTER!

If you are like us in the Northeast, snow, blizzards, and ice are an unavoidable obstacle in our daily lives between the months of late November and April. But every year, we are reminded how difficult its removal can be, short of buying a snow blower for your walkway or a large decommissioned army tank for your commute to work. Aside from the muscle inducing soreness that comes with the hassle of shoveling, there comes another hardship: damage. So here’s 10 tips that will help you remove those heaps of snow, without inflicting destruction on your property.

  1. Protect Your Plants

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

This is one of those tips that you do before it starts snowing. If you have a flower bed or a garden that you want to avoid looking like a treasure hunt come spring, prior to it snowing, place large metal stakes into the ground, so (unless it’s an absurd amount of snow) you are able to know where to stop digging, without disturbing your plants. If you have large amounts of snow on bigger scrubs in front of your home or along your driveway, experts says “leave it.” If they are loaded with snow, leave them alone, you will tend to do more damage removing snow than if you just didn’t touch them.

2. Be Sure to Use a Snow Melter

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

This is another practice to do before a storm begins. Experts say to use a liquid mix, preferably a Liquid Magnesium Chloride Blend. Use a garden sprayer to apply it to your walkway or driveway prior to the snowfall. This can slowly melt snow up to two inches in accumulations. Wondering how much is enough? Use about one gallon for every 1,000 square feet.

3. Make Sure You Have The Right Shovel

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

We’ve all seen some random shovel or snow pusher on sale at your local “S-Mart” (you know the stores I mean), but keep in mind, just because something is cheap, doesn’t mean it’s a good purchase. “Look for a shovel with a lightweight plastic or aluminum blade coated with a nonstick finish to make loading and unloading a breeze. Avoid a blade so big you’ll be tempted to overload it; an ergonomic, S-shaped shaft will save your back by requiring less bending. Avoid using metal blades on softer materials, such as wooden decking. A pusher—basically a shovel with a C-shaped blade—is handy for clearing lightweight, fluffy snow. ” – via ThisOldHouse.com

4. Don’t Put it Off… It’s Going to Get Worse

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

The right way to shovel, is to shovel and shovel often. EVEN IF IT’S STILL STORMING. The key is to not let the snow to bond with either your properties surface (freezing), also it’s a lot easier to shovel 2 inches 2 or 3 times, than it is to shovel 7 inches, trust me, I know from experience. And don’t leave a layer of snow between the air and the pavement. You want the pavement to show, so the sun can do its natural job and warm it as much as possible, not allowing ice or more snow to form.

5. Be Sure Not To Pile Up The Snow

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

The best thing you can do is avoid having snow near the foundation of your home, SO DON’T HELP IT. It may be out of your way for the time being, but if it’s next to the foundation of your home, that snow can melt, turning it to water, which can easily refreeze. And as we all know from elementary school science class, when water freezes it expands, causing cracks that make your home susceptible to future water damages.

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6. Remember: De-Ice Correctly

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

Most people think that just throwing rock salt on it and calling it a day is the way to go after shoveling. Well, though it’s not a terrible plan, rock salt only works when the temperature is above 12 degrees (Fahrenheit). So if it’s less than that, then you’d have better luck putting it on the rim of your margarita. Also, salt can be extremely harsh to plants, scrubs, or grass. ” Two other salts, magnesium chloride and calcium chloride, cost more but are less harsh (though still not great for plants) and work at much lower temps than rock salt (from 20 to 25 degrees below zero F). Still pricier is a nonsalt option called urea. It’s usually used as a fertilizer, and it can be a little tough to find. Wear gloves when spreading any deicer by hand. For large areas, use a handheld spreader or a push spreader, but not a grass spreader (the deicing granules will gunk up its gears). Store deicers off the floor or in a sealed bucket to keep them dry.” – via ThisOldHouse.com

7. Watch Your Step, Avoid Black Ice

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

This may seem like the most obvious advice, but in the throws of battling the snow, it is easy to forget. Be careful on places like your stairs and make sure your sidewalk is clear from black ice, no one likes a lawsuit. Use sand or kitty litter (also a good tip for your tires to gain traction in the slip of the snow, also, in a pitch, if you have no sand or kitty litter in your car and you are stuck somewhere, release your inner MacGyver, and use your car’s floor mat, place it behind your tire and back up on to it, just don’t forget it in the snow). For best sand, use sandbox sand over mason’s sand, as sandbox sand is far courser and will yield the best results. But if you want to avoid lawn destruction, use alfalfa meal, which is a slow acting fertilizer.

8. GET IT OUT OF HERE!

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

Though this isn’t the most viable option for all of us, if you have the means, use a snowblower. There is no better weapon to use against the onslaught of weather, especially if the snow reaches 11 1/2 inches or more.  Use silicone(spray) on the outshoot of the machine, to keep it from sticking and piling up, furniture polish also works wonders on this. After your finished, let it run for another 10-15 minutes so the snowblower can dry itself off. Your back will thank you in the morning.

9. When Shoveling, move in the same Direction

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

When shoveling, nothing takes more abuse than your back. Avoid twisting, and shovel and unload in the same direction. Push it in the same direction you aim to dump it. Also avoid getting plowed in by using this simple trick:

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10. Pay Someone Else to Do It

Winter Tips: Snow Removal

Listen, no one wants to shovel snow. If you have the means, hire a kid in the neighborhood to do it, or guilt a relative into doing it. Call in favors, Christmas gifts, Wedding presents, whatever it is you have to do to avoid doing it yourself. If a kid is ambitious enough he’ll ask you before you have to ask them, personally, I know I used to do this as a pre-adolescent youth, totally worth it.

By Dan Farley 

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Email – debkerr@kw.com

Website – debkerr.com

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Edison Real Estate – Open House – Sunday January 15th 2017 from 1pm-4pm

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Edison, NJ 08820

$599,900

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 Edison Charm at its Finest

Enter into serene opulence from the second you pull into this two car wide driveway, bordered by a stylish brick mending wall, with lights and street access mailbox. Upon your first steps into this splendid colonial, the foyer exudes warmth and comfort, sure to create the feeling of home. Step up on the landing and see the bright, spacious, and affluent living room, with bay windows and hardwood flooring. The orderly kitchen is a delight, with unblemished wood cabinets, center island, and separate dining area, will certainly appeal to the chef in you. The formal dining room radiates elegance, creating a splendid setting for future dinner parties. Off to the side are two bonus rooms, one for laundry, and another bright sitting room, impeccable for a cup of coffee and a good book. The sitting room leads to a Florida room, complete with carpeting, sitting area, great brick face to the walls, windows through-out, and a wood-burning stove, made from brick and iron, and open fire grill, making even the most mundane summer bar-b-que the event of the season. Overlook the vast backyard, with scenic swimming pool and storage shed as you dine in splendor, enjoying the cool evenings of the ever changing seasons. The bedrooms are spacious, with hard wood flooring, and brightly colored, with an extra room for a possible home office, or even a guest room. The basement is a partial basement, completely finished with a conceivable space for a home gym, den, or even rec room. Located in desirable North Edison, near all major highways, parks, shopping malls, and three local train stations (among other public transportation) to and from NYC, this house is sure to go fast!!!

Type – Single-Family House / Edison Real Estate / Colonial

Bedrooms – Four

Full Bathrooms – 2.5

Open House – Sunday, January 15th 2017 from 1pm-4pm

OPEN HOUSE TODAY!!!

Contact Deborah Kerr For More Information

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Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office – 732-549-1998 x 123

Cell – 732-910-1682

Email – debkerr@kw.com

Website – www.debkerr.com

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OPEN HOUSE, Sunday, January 15th 2017

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Edison Real Estate – Open House – 13 Phillip Drive – Saturday – January 14th 2017 from 1pm-4pm

SATURDAY! SATURDAY! SATURDAY!

Deborah Kerr and the Kerr Team

Are Proud to Present:

AN OPEN HOUSES!!!

Open House, Saturday, January 14th 2017

From  1pm-4pm

Metuchen Real Estate

Saturday, January 14th 2017 

From 1pm-4pm

Buying a Home in Edison?

Selling a Home in Edison?

Check Out This Stunning Piece

Of

Edison Real Estate

13 Phillip Drive

Edison, NJ 08820

$599,900

Edison Real Estate

MLS# 1708866

Take a Virtual Tour TODAY

Just Click HERE!

Edison Real Estate

 Edison Charm at its Finest

Enter into serene opulence from the second you pull into this two car wide driveway, bordered by a stylish brick mending wall, with lights and street access mailbox. Upon your first steps into this splendid colonial, the foyer exudes warmth and comfort, sure to create the feeling of home. Step up on the landing and see the bright, spacious, and affluent living room, with bay windows and hardwood flooring. The orderly kitchen is a delight, with unblemished wood cabinets, center island, and separate dining area, will certainly appeal to the chef in you. The formal dining room radiates elegance, creating a splendid setting for future dinner parties. Off to the side are two bonus rooms, one for laundry, and another bright sitting room, impeccable for a cup of coffee and a good book. The sitting room leads to a Florida room, complete with carpeting, sitting area, great brick face to the walls, windows through-out, and a wood-burning stove, made from brick and iron, and open fire grill, making even the most mundane summer bar-b-que the event of the season. Overlook the vast backyard, with scenic swimming pool and storage shed as you dine in splendor, enjoying the cool evenings of the ever changing seasons. The bedrooms are spacious, with hard wood flooring, and brightly colored, with an extra room for a possible home office, or even a guest room. The basement is a partial basement, completely finished with a conceivable space for a home gym, den, or even rec room. Located in desirable North Edison, near all major highways, parks, shopping malls, and three local train stations (among other public transportation) to and from NYC, this house is sure to go fast!!!

Type – Single-Family House / Edison Real Estate / Colonial

Bedrooms – Four

Full Bathrooms – 2.5

Open House – Saturday, January 14th 2017 from 1pm-4pm

OPEN HOUSE TODAY!!!

Contact Deborah Kerr For More Information

Metuchen Real Estate

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office – 732-549-1998 x 123

Cell – 732-910-1682

Email – debkerr@kw.com

Website – www.debkerr.com

OPEN HOUSE!!! OPEN HOUSE!!! OPEN HOUSE!!!

OPEN HOUSE, Saturday, January 14th 2017

From 1pm-4pm

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