FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 21, 2014 CONTACT: Jennifer Smiga, (201) 892-9403, email@example.com Thought Leaders Present Talks on the “Value of Play” at Second Annual TEDxNavesink, a Day of Non-Fiction Theater in Monmouth County What: TEDxNavesink is a self-organizing annual Monmouth County-based event licensed by the nonprofit organization TED, and dedicated to education, community, innovation, culture and ideas(…)
Check out the reviews and and commentary from our inaugural TEDxNavesink event! Asbury Park Press: CEO: Shore has future in tech. TEDxNavesink lectures also target ocean, farms NJ.com: Is the Jersey Shore the next Silicon Valley? TEDx presenters think so. Independent: TEDx delivers big concepts The BPlot: Innovators discuss the future of the Jersey(…)
By Christopher Robbins/NJ.com MIDDLETOWN – If tomorrow belongs to those who plan for it today, then the Jersey Shore’s future looks bright While the Jersey Shore’s current leaders manage issues like storm recovery, transportation and economic development, a group of business executives, academics, environmentalists, artists and thinkers will gather at Brookdale Community College on Sept.(…)
A version of the global conference that brings together great thinkers to talk about “ideas worth spreading” is coming to Monmouth County next month.
A group of about 20 local volunteers have come together to host TEDxNavesink: The Next Wave, a fast-paced, day-long forum featuring about two dozen speakers that will speak about ideas for the future of the Jersey Shore.
“‘Ode to a Flower’ espouses the essence of Richard Feynman, a man with an insatiable curiosity. Taken from the BBC Interview for Horizon ‘The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, the piece advocates that ignorance is not a means of preserving beauty and that knowledge and understanding enhance our emotional perception of the world.” – Fraser(…)
For anybody upset you missed this year’s FilmOneFest in Atlantic Highlands, here is some comic relief to take your blues away. In this short animated story, a couple of wildebeest contemplate crossing a river. FilmOneFest is a non profit film festival, the work has been uploaded with permission of the artist.
This short documentary explores the perseverance and spirit of the Jersey Shore after Hurricane Sandy. While the storm may have reshaped much of the landscape of our hometowns, it can’t keep us from doing what we love. Local businesses have made huge strides and great progress in reopening for the summer season, and although we still have a long way to go, our sense of community has never been greater. Together we will restore the shore.