On a clear day … nothing will astound you quite like a front row seat to a river view and a burger from Barnacle Bill’s in Rumson.Continue reading Focus: A View from the Barnacle’s Perspective
“Such a picture perfect spot, isn’t it?” a woman going to dinner at Barnacle Bill’s said Wednesday as dusk hit the banks of the Navesink River in Rumson. “Beautiful.”
She smiled, nodded and added, “We’re so lucky to have this …”
Yes, we are. The gulls flocked to the dock and little swath of beach at the spot. They seemed to be having a meeting.
All present. All savoring home.
Take a look … (Click to enlarge!)
— Elaine Van Develde
Hey, R-FH area old timers (cringe), remember Mr. Chartier, Knollwood School principal and later Fair Haven district superintendent?
Well, his son, Michael, a longtime area actor, is on stage this weekend in Phoenix Productions’ Spamalot at the Count Basie.
The younger (well, sorta) Chartier is starring as King Arthur in the zany musical adaptation of the classic film, Monthy Python and the Holy Grail. And it’s opening at 8 p.m. at the Red Bank theater on Monmouth Street.