Kelly-Jane Cotter, Daily Record

Kelly-Jane Cotter

Daily Record

Neptune Township, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Kelly-Jane:

Coronavirus NJ: Virtual museum tours, programs offered by New Jersey's art museums

Longing for culture? The next best thing to being there is to #MuseumFromHome. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Where health care workers & first responders can get free McDonald's meals

Free McDonald's meals are offered to health care workers, paramedics, police & firefighters at these 160 New Jersey locations. → Read More

Asbury Park, Belmar or Sandy Hook: Vote now for Conde Nast Traveler readers' choice contest

Conde Nast Traveler made a list of some New Jersey destinations and wants to know which are your faves. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Holy Trinity in Red Bank to offer a drive-by blessing on Easter Sunday

Holy Trinity in Red Bank will host a drive-by Easter Sunday blessing. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Doing dishes & mopping up sewer mud in a time of social isolation

What do you do when your dishwasher breaks, and then your sewer line backs up, during a pandemic? Laugh. → Read More

Coronavirus in NJ: Virtual Easter egg hunts, drive-by Easter Bunny & other fun for kids

Easter egg hunts and other seasonal fun can still be found during the corona pandemic, with virtual, drive-by events in New Jersey. → Read More

Birds are in big trouble: What does that mean for the planet and for our souls?

Birds inspire us, soothe us, fill our lives with art and song. Shouldn't we return the favor and help them survive? → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Chalk The Walk, rainbow trails and love in the time of COVID-19

Hey, Jersey! Show us your chalk art. Give us some rainbows. Stay hopeful during the pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus NJ: Easter basket chocolate & toys for curbside pick-up, delivery, & online

Easter chocolates, toys for Easter and spring birthdays. Here's how to get them while you're stuck inside. → Read More

Coronavirus remote religion: Where to go for virtual church, temple, and why to tune in

If coronavirus keeps us from gathering together for worship, how do we maintain our religious communities? → Read More

Things to do this weekend in NJ: St. Patrick's Day parades, MasterChef Jr.

It gets greener and greener as we get deeper into March. Here's where the St. Patrick's Day fun is this weekend. → Read More

Leap Year Deals and Things To Do for anyone born on Feb. 29

Happy Birthday, Leap Year Babies! Here are some deals for you. → Read More

Things to do this weekend: Jazz, history, theater, graffiti art

Explore history and the arts this weekend with these fun things to do. → Read More

Tea houses in New Jersey: 32 Garden State tea rooms for scones, sweets, savories & such

Keep calm & drink more tea! Here are 32 tea rooms in New Jersey for Girls' Night Out, Girl Scouts, Mommy & me, romantic dates, or even solo time. → Read More

Six Flags Great Adventure is now officially autism-friendly

All 26 Six Flags theme parks, including Great Adventure, will earn the Certified Autism Center designation. → Read More

Baby Hess truck: Meet My First Hess Truck, the new Hess truck for babies

Move over, Baby Yoda. There's a new squishy-cute baby in town, and it's a Hess truck. → Read More

Things to do Super Bowl weekend that do not involve snacks...or even football

You can go along with the crowd and enjoy all those calories and all that football. Or, strike out on your own this weekend. → Read More

Ice skating in New Jersey: Where to go, how to learn to skate

Ice is nice! Here's where to go skating in New Jersey. → Read More

Things to do on a quiet January weekend: Music, wine, theater and museums

No snow this weekend: Hit the road while you can, and check out these fun, fam-friendly places to go. → Read More

Sober is the new vegan: Dry January, Sober Semester and taking a break from alcohol

Afer a season of indulgence, is it time to cut back on booze? Consider Dry January as your New Year's resolution. → Read More