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Update: And here’s a Halloween party from Glen Ridge…
— Justin Sonfield (@sonfield) November 1, 2013
We love the Halloween spirit (especially when there’s power and trees aren’t falling down around us). Montclair Center is hopping with stores and restaurants ready for trick or treaters of all ages.
Fresco Montclair is pulling out all the stops for a Halloween party tonight, including transforming the staff with makeup by Maquilleuse’s Justine Caruso and spooky decorations ( get details here). Continue Reading
BY Baristanet Staff | Thursday, Oct 31, 2013 2:37pm
Phil Thigpen, longtime Essex County Democratic chairman died yesterday at 87. Thigpen served as an East Orange councilman, an Essex County freeholder and, since 2010, as the county’s elected register of deeds. According to the Star Ledger, Thigpen, in 2012, cast New Jersey’s 14 electoral votes for President Obama as president of the state’s Electoral College. Continue Reading
BY Georgette Gilmore | Thursday, Oct 31, 2013 2:00pm
There are still some Halloween celebrations happening into the weekend, so check out our guide here. An addition to the list is The Yellow Plum All Souls Day Costume Party! On Saturday, November 2 from 9 pm – Midnight, Bloomfield’s latest restaurant is throwing a party with $50 bar tabs to the best costume and other competitions, such as The Left Over Halloween Candy Competition: What to do with all that left over candy? Make a cake, create a work of art, build a thanksgiving wreath… The possibilities are endless! Win a $25 gift certificate for lunch, dinner or a fun night at the bar!
The Yellow Plum All Souls Day Costume Party!
Saturday, November 2 from 9 pm – midnight
The Yellow Plum, 1099 Broad St. Bloomfield NJ, 973-893-3681
As a 12-year resident of Montclair with two children in the school system, I wanted to voice my support for Dr. MacCormack, the Board of Education, and our educational experts.
Just a little background on myself: I’ve been active in the schools for several years, even serving as the School Action Team Chair in the past. In recent years, though, I’ve diminished my participation in the PTA and SAT because of the acrimonious nature that I’ve found often exists. So I’ve chosen to volunteer in the schools instead, often lending a hand wherever needed and even tutoring children in classes and grades other than my own.
In recent weeks, though, I’ve felt a burning desire to speak up for those of us in the community who don’t agree with the vitriol being spewed toward the school board and superintendent. There are two issues, it seems; the common core implementation, and the response of those opposed to it.
Thursday, Oct 31, 2013 1:09pm | COMMENTS (5)
“We know the holidays can render some major obstacles for a person’s weight loss success and we are super excited to help these folks get a good head start on all the distractions. If we can help change habits now then the holidays will be a breeze,” says NJ Fitness Factory’s Marc Ronches. Continue Reading
BY Georgette Gilmore | Thursday, Oct 31, 2013 12:00pm
We just love this video of Montclair Mt. Hebron Middle School science teacher Mr. Dan Taylor. He used his Halloween spirit to demonstrate a very cool science experiment. We added the music for a creepier effect!