On the Edge of Our Seat

Every newsroom in the state, including the Barista's, is waiting to hear Gov. Jim McGreevey announce his resignation. A news conference, scheduled for 4 pm, hasn't taken place yet. Next in line to become...

McGreevey to Resign?

Channel 4 News is reporting that Gov. McGreevey is planning to announce his resignation within the hour. McGreevey has a press conference planned for 4 pm. No confirmation or official word. We'll stay on...

The Wonderful World of Melons

Man there are a lot of melons out there! One variety, the Canary melon is described by “The Cook’s Thesaurus” as: Canary melon = Juan Canary melon Notes: These tend to vary in quality,...

Leadership Montclair Bake-Sale

The Star-Ledger reports today that Mayor Remsen's Leadership Montclair slate still has a campaign debt of $14,000. We think they should recruit Melinda Ligos, who ran the Beat Bush Bake Sale, which you might...

More Competition Online

Now Alison Meyer, the unofficial chronicler of Bloomfield school board meetings, has some competition. Board of ed member Ed Zilinski has just launched his own outpost online. You can find it here and...

Montclair: Politically Correct Since Before it was Fashionable

The Prop, a regular visitor to this site despite the fact that he lives in the fictional town of Pavement Narrows (somewhere west of here), beat us to the punch yesterday on the Montclair...

If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Join ‘Em?

The old Jordan Taylor plus-sizes store on Broad St. in Bloomfield is going to be a gym.

Department of Good News

They must be feeding them Wheaties. Bloomfield has just won the state championship in the junior division of the Little League. The team, whose players are 14, is just back from Tinton Falls, where...

Montclair: The Hahne’s Building and So Much More!

Apparently being the Upper West Side of the suburbs -- New York Magazine's short-hand for it -- isn't good enough for Montclair. Or maybe town manager Joe Hartnett just doesn't like it. Phil Read reports...

Feeling Better Now

OK, it stopped thundering and lightning so we're a little less worried now.