Be Evolution Yoga is the perfect way to get rid of that pre-holiday stress, and located just around the corner, it offers something for everybody.
Be Evolution Yoga Every year it seems as though the holidays come sooner, sneaking up on those who are lost in a good work ethic, school or holiday shopping. Those last two weeks are where procrastination cannot exist, multitasking increases speed and lives are risked during treacherous weather. It has become the most “stress, stressful […]
What a beautiful walk under the snow-covered trees down Bloomfield Avenue; but, the snowy day took a turn in the worst when I got a call that my grandma had come down with a cold. I thought a bowl of soup would do the trick to cure my grandmother and stumbled upon Alan’s Avenue Deli.
Alans Avenue Deli wants to help you warm up. After I hung up the phone, I began my mission to bring home the remedy. I saw a menu outside a shop and flipping through, my eyes stopped on homemade soups. With only a sign on the door, Alans Avenue Deli’s gourmet delicatessen could have been […]
Restaurants will soothe your appetite. Montclair is full of in-town families and students from Montclair State, all with one thing in common: staying within budget. Students are always trying to find somewhere quick and cheap to eat to avoid the long lines at the dining halls. Families also need these locations to put dinner on […]
Elevation Burger brings a delicious and healthy option for burger-lovers.
Elevation Burger is deliciously healthy. Although the company is international, Elevation Burger can only be found in certain states. Montclair is lucky to be one of two towns that host the burger restaurant in New Jersey. The website, elevationburger.com, states, “Come try us, and see what makes Elevation Burger unique!” Hans Hess, the founder of the franchise, […]
Start the holiday with something to be thankful for from the Wine Cellar.
Wine Cellar wants you to try their great selections. With a table full of food, glasses need to be filled and to get the holidays started, the Montclair Wine Cellar is a convenient boutique wine shop that can accommodate your festivities. The Wine Cellar is a small shop that sells wines from a wide variety […]
A great start to the week with a fine fix from the Fine Grind. It will definitely have you coming back for more and more.
Fine Grind will have you craving more. If you take your coffee seriously, than the Fine Grind should be the first stop in your day. Keep calm and drink coffee: we should live by this motto every Monday. I decided to venture the outskirts of Montclair to the town of Little Falls, and settled in […]
With a name like "Nauna’s," you can expect Italian comfort food and the welcoming Italian feel of family.
Naunas Bella Casa is perfection. Naunas Bella Casa has been serving homemade Italian cuisine since 1986. The restaurant used to reside across the street from where it is now, but expanded in it’s current home from the ground up. Tom Moloughney bought the land and built the revamped Naunas, and they are now going on […]
Watchung Booksellers is a shop that brings books to people, but more importantly, people to books.
Watchung Booksellers offers the worm a nook for a book. Evidence suggesting the embrace of the Montclair community was evident during my talk with Watchung Booksellers owner Margot Sage-El. Encompassed by fiction and non-fiction reads, I was superseded by best sellers, suggested literature and the intelligence from a reliable source. “The guru,” one customer assured […]
Bad news for all the juniors out there currently slogging through the treachery of junior year: it doesn’t get any less stressful come senior year. In fact, it kind of gets a little bit worse.
Stressful Seniors are the new epidemic. Senior year is a lot more stressful than many members of the class of 2014 anticipated. While the year brings glorious events like graduation and senior prom, it also ushers in a whole mess of anxiety and stress thanks to the college application process. “College applications really [stink],” says […]
While I’ve been a freshman at New York University for nearly three months now, I haven’t forgotten what it took to get me here: the college application process. It feels like just yesterday that I was up in my kitchen, sitting at my counter, in front of my computer at 1:00 a.m., reworking and rewriting draft after draft of my Common Application essay and various supplements for multiple colleges.
College advice to ease the process. It was a long, tedious and excruciating process that I wouldn’t repeat even if someone paid me millions of dollars. However, it’s a necessity if you want to further your education, so sucking it up and pushing through is what you have to do. But to make undertaking such […]