Hate Patrol Invades Baristaville

Monday, Apr 30, 2007 3:38pm  |  COMMENTS (32)

Last week, students were shouting “Get your hate off MSU” after evangelicals from Open Air Outreach came to reach some “lost souls” by shouting incendiary comments…

To kill a baby is murder. If you love porn, you need to be reborn. If you enjoy getting naked with someone else before marriage or look at a woman with lust, you will be thrown in a lake of fire.

Read the whole story here, from The Montclairion.

Parallel Parking For Dummies

Monday, Apr 30, 2007 2:08pm  |  COMMENTS (5)

Here’s hoping the final Sopranos episode is a little more exciting than this. Watch video of paint drying Meadow trying to parallel park, then running across Broad Street to Holsten’s, here.
Meanwhile, was last night’s show Emmy worthy? Discuss here.

Putting Our Hands Together For Pandan

Monday, Apr 30, 2007 12:59pm  |  COMMENTS (13)

Bloomfield’s Pandan joins the list of Baristanet-approved, New York Times-reviewed restaurants.
Says David Corcoran from the New York Times

The menu is long, and the prices are so gentle you’ll want to come with a group and execute a full-gainer dive into the menu section headed “Pandan’s Specials.” You’ll note that two words figure prominently: grilled and pork. There’s pork steak, grilled pork belly, grilled pork chop, grilled spareribs and pork barbecue.
I loved them all.

Us too, David — back when we wrote about Pandan here. Pandan is in good company, joining Culinariane, Passionne and Table 8 as restaurants discovered here. Check out our latest hot find on Food.

What To Expect When Expecting FEMA

Monday, Apr 30, 2007 11:22am  |  COMMENTS (2)

A tipster writes…

I have a FEMA inspector coming to my house tomorrow a.m. to inspect my flood damage and I’m wondering what to expect.
Can you put up a post soliciting people’s FEMA experiences? This could be extremely helpful.

Like The Furniture?

Monday, Apr 30, 2007 10:16am  |  COMMENTS (8)

Last week we told you that the Crisco homes were down to $1,095,000. All except for #4 Christopher Court, which happens to be the model home. With upgrades and furniture included, the asking price for this house for $1,495,000.
Of course, if you’re in the market, you might consider this house…

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Corzine: Governor At Large

Monday, Apr 30, 2007 8:58am  |  COMMENTS (2)

Recuperation can’t be easy for Corzine, who is under more scrutiny than ever. Besides being accused of jeopardizing the lives of others during his high-speed trip to meet Imus, Corzine’s clock is being watched too, with a detailed look at how much time he spends away from NJ. From the New York Times

In the 450 days between his inauguration and his accident, Mr. Corzine notified Mr. Codey that he would be away for all or part of 111 days, and would sleep out of state on 77 nights, according to letters from Mr. Corzine’s chief of staff, Tom Shea, recording the transfer of power.

Between his 14 months filling in after McGreevey and his time subbing for Corzine, could Codey log in more time as governor than Corzine?

HGTV Bought & Sold Tonight

Sunday, Apr 29, 2007 2:00pm  |  COMMENTS (2)

Former Ridger Sam Joseph gets his star turn tonight on the first episode of HGTV’s Bought & Sold. Here’s a sneak peek at Joseph’s relief at scoring a $3.7 milllion historic listing. Already on Youtube, snippets from upcoming episodes.

The Siena: Open Today

Sunday, Apr 29, 2007 10:25am  |  COMMENTS (29)

Interested to see what Montclair’s Siena looks like? Go over today from 11 am to 5 pm, and report back here. According to the website (caution music), they’re offering special discounted prices this weekend. Folks were handing out flyers for the Spring Fling open house yesterday on Bloomfield Ave.

If Your Daughter Loves Molly

Sunday, Apr 29, 2007 10:12am  |  COMMENTS (0)

If your daughter has succumbed to the American Girl Doll craze, you won’t want to miss today’s American Girl Place New York Theater performance in Montclair. Forget Fifth Avenue, come to Evergreens (30 North Mountain). Enjoy the show, artifact toys, hands-on activities, circa 1940 games, plus a raffle. Shows at 1, 2 and 3 pm.
For children age 7 and up. Advance registration required by calling 973-744-1796, Option 4. Leave name, phone number, # adults and children attending and preferred show time. $20/child; $10/adult. Proceeds to benefit the Montclair Historical Society. For more fun, check our Calendar listings.

The Algonquin South Fullerton Round Table

Sunday, Apr 29, 2007 9:09am  |  COMMENTS (1)

So maybe it wasn’t Dorothy Parker and Harold Ross, but that was certainly the idea at the Montclair Public Library last night, where the stars were local literati. Thirty-two ink-stained wretches (including yours truly) were the draw for a $250-a-plate Friends of the Library fundraiser. Dress was “festive” — Bobbi Brown traded her usual blue jeans for a bright blue dress and Mayor Remsen wore a Hawaiin shirt. The evening’s big draw, Amy Sedaris of “Strangers With Candy” fame, who came out from Manhattan, graciously hung around well after the coffee-and-cupcakes portion of the event, signing books and smiling at her admirers.

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I REALLY hope that a music-loving and very wealthy Montclair resident buys it and turns it into all it could be with great acts that would attract concert goers.

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