January is a month of resolutions, and no resolution is probably made more often than promising to get in-shape. To help you keep that promise The MAX Challenge opened this month at 777 Walnut Avenue. Cranford Radio spoke with the franchise owner, Mike Wells about the business.
One of Cranford’s musical gems is Brennan Sweet. Brennan has been the Associate Concertmaster for the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra since 1994. Listen as we hear a sample of his music and learn about his life as a musician.
While it’s won eight Tony awards, many theatergoers might not be familiar with Spring Awakening. It’s the latest offering from the Cranford Dramatic Club and will debut on Valentine’s Day, February 14. The director, Jeffrey Fiorello, and music director, Jack Bender talk with Cranford Radio about the play.
One of Cranford’s newest businesses is Experts of H.O.M.E. Mitch Harris is the owner and he sat down with Cranford Radio to talk about the business. We also spent some time going through a couple of common home maintenance items.
Cranford, and other towns along the Rahway River, are awaiting word from the US Army Corps of Engineers on their preferred alternative for mitigating flooding. Former Cranford Mayor, Dan Aschenbach, who serves as coordinator for the Mayors Council Rahway River Watershed Flood Control, and Leo Coakley, a water resources engineer with Hatch Mott MacDonald, talked about the council and mitigation steps being considered.
This is the first in a series in which Cranford Radio will profile the clergy from Cranford’s houses of worship.
Father Tim has served as the pastor of St. Michael Church for the past three years. In this profile he tells us a little about himself and what’s happening in his parish.
Cranford’s Second Annual Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service saw residents gather to take on a variety of tasks.
In the third, and final, part of my interview with WCBS Newsradio 880 helicopter traffic reporter Tom Kaminski, we talk about some of his most memorable moments in the air, including the morning of September 11, 2001. Tom also talks about what it’s like flying over Cranford and offers a few tips for driving in this area.
In the second part of a three-part series, Tom Kaminski talks about a typical day flying over the NYC area and how helicopter traffic reporting has changed over the years.
A cross-section of Cranford came together to remember the work of The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.