Legend has it that Lana Turner was discovered at Schwab’s drugstore on Sunset Boulevard. Could you be discovered tonight at Just Jakes on Park Street? According to the sign, they’re […]
Donald Trump, The Fragrance. We’re not kidding.
A man parked in the Crescent parking lot in Montclair was carjacked at gunpoint last weekend, shortly after midnight on Saturday, and forced to drive around for two hours before […]
The Barista has to admit that, in principle and in practice, she hates football. Hates the idea of big lugs smacking into each other, hates the sound of it on […]
Ah, broom sports, you gotta love ’em. Who knew, though, that the Montclair Y could get insurance for stuff like this?
Barista’s very own baleboosteh, Cat Morris, has been busy buying a house, cleaning out attics and making homemade grape jelly. Read about her adventures here and here.
Cat Morris here – yep I know you usually read me on the food page, but seeing as I’m in the process of buying my very own, very first house […]
Needless to say we all know how horrid the weather was last Saturday but I did make my way to the farmer’s market and there were a couple of folks […]
It may be slightly homely, but this was the absolute first Halloween decoration we noticed this season — not counting the ones at garden centers. We saw this, um, ghost? […]
Spice It Up opened their doors yesterday September 21st and boy is it a gorgeous shop! They have every kind of olive oil and spice imaginable, beautiful tabletop items and […]
Montclair’s town council heard an interesting proposition last night from Mike Laser, the resident who presented a petition to Steve Plofker asking him not to tear down the Marlboro Inn. […]
Just what we need, another brilliant Jewish writer. Ok, so maybe we’re a little jealous. Here comes Montclair’s newest literary light, Josh Braff, brother of Zach Braff (of “Garden State” […]
Extorting money on a construction site? Nah, that kind of thing only happens on the Sopranos.
The “Your Color Source” lady wore basic black. Mark Tirondola, the painter, wore a yellow t-shirt. There was enough hammering and sawing talent in the council chambers to have raised […]