Let me tell you how it will be, it’s Tax Day and The Taxman is waiting for you.
Today, Wednesday, April 15 is the deadline for filing income tax returns. Take our poll and tell us are you prepared or panicked?:
If you’re Greek or Russian Orthodox, today is Easter Sunday! The Greek gals of Baristanet, myself and Georgette Gilmore, wish you and yours a very Happy Easter (Kalo Pascha!) and Christos Anesti (Christ Has Risen)! Continue Reading
Passover begins tonight at sundown and ends on April 11 at sundown. Jewish families will sit down tonight at the Seder table to celebrate the holiday which commemorates the Jews’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.
Here is our round up of Passover recipes, stories, tips for hosting a Seder, music and more:
It may be the first day of spring, but Old Man Winter isn’t ready to leave. A Winter Weather Advisory, in effect today through 2 am Saturday, is expected to bring 3 – 6 inches of snow to our area. Those spring flowers peeking up will be covered in white.
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Hat City Kitchen in Orange celebrated its fifth birthday this weekend. Numerous local bands donated their time and talent to this non-profit, playing throughout the day to a packed house. Pictured is “Brother Valiant” performing to an appreciative crowd.
All profits from Hat City Kitchen go to support the revitalization of the Valley neighborhood.
Photo: Michael Reitman
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Temple Ner Tamid had its Annual Purimspiel show Saturday night. This year’s production was called “Megillagan’s Island.” Continue Reading
It may not seem like it, given the unending amount of snowfall hitting the Northesast recently, but spring will soon be here. Before you know it, that three foot mound of snow piled up in your front yard will have melted away, revealing some lovely daffodils, a garden that desperately needs mulching, and a raised bed crying out for some new vegetable plantings.
Lucky for us, the Montclair Public Library will be holding a free presentation on how to grow your own food. “Pots to Plots: Growing Food in Your Backyard,” which takes place at 7 pm tonight, will feature three Montclair gardeners whose experience growing a “kitchen garden” is well known in the area.