All Occasion Florist
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All Occasion Florist
617 Willow Avenue
Express you love, friendship, thanks, support - or all of the above - with beautiful flowers & gifts!
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Jun 29, 2017
'Cake Boss' Star Buddy Valastro Receives Love And Support From Hoboken After His Mother's Death
Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro is receiving a whole lot of love and support from his fans and viewers, especially those from Hoboken. The star of the TLC reality series recently went through a difficult phase following the passing of his mother, Mary.Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro recently thanked the people of Hoboken for the outpouring of love and support after his mother, Mary, passed away on June 22. Per Delish, the people of Hoboken showered his bakery, Carlo’s Bake Shop, with a display of flowers. This can be seen as Hoboken’s reciprocation of Buddy’s love for his roots, as the reality star previously told the publication that he will “never, ever forget where I come from.”Buddy was moved by Hoboken’s heartwarming gesture and shared the said photo on his Instagram page. Hundreds of fans showed their support for the Cake Boss star, especially after he announced that he would be temporarily shutting down his bakeries worldwide.The flowers just kept coming in until there were so many that it covered the entire bakery. Cappelletti Florist, who created the designs, said that the arrangements were done as a t... (The Inquisitr)Feb 3, 2017
Old friends propose new take on Rockport neighborhood: Workforce housing, gardens, and lots of children
Rockport Village known as Hoboken. Where once was a schoolhouse (built just after the Civil War), which then became a garden center with greenhouses, may next be an agricultural enterprise and home to a farmer’s market.
Perhaps a small workforce housing development, with walking trails and gardens, and a childcare center for infants and toddlers.
And, if the community warms up, and a like-minded developer purchases the former Fuller Chevrolet dealership, and the town takes action with its former Rockport Elementary School parcel on West Street, the new landowners are even dreaming about connecting trails to the RES ballfields, as well as to the Harkness Preserve, which fronts the harbor, and backs up against the former car lot.
The development is in the formative stages, but the principals involved are not rookies in moving Midcoast projects forward. And they are now talking to the Rockport Select Board about their plans.
Martha White, Taylor Allen, and Marianne and Stuart Smith are old friends. They brought up their children in the same commun... (PenBayPilot.com)Oct 27, 2016
Flowers by Hoboken finds a new home in Rockland
ROCKLAND — Hoboken Gardens, which for many years occupied its corner at 310 Commercial Street in Rockport, officially cut the ribbon at a new location at 15 Tillson Ave, in Rockland Wednesday, October 26, under a new name: Flowers by Hoboken. On Saturday, October 29, Flowers by Hoboken will hold a grand opening and open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and are inviting guests to view the new location.
Lisa Farley, owner of Flowers by Hoboken, said Rockland offered many opportunities for store keepers, with an active downtown, a variety of events, and a monthly art walk.
Farley said Flowers by Hoboken will offer many similar services to the Rockport operation, and will have new features, as well.
"We're going to do flowers of course," she said. "We're going to do every day flowers and we do a lot of wedding work. We still have gifts and pool supplies. We carry gifts from Maine and we are trying to bring in gifts made locally and from around the state that are high quality. Something new will be the f... (PenBayPilot.com)Oct 5, 2016
Chatham Author Ventresca's New Novel "Black Flowers, White Lies" Now Available
I pitched it as being like the movie Gaslight for teens."
The setting for Black Flowers, White Lies is based on Hoboken, which is where Ventresca lived before she moved to Chatham. She enjoys writing for young adults, which is for 12-year-olds and up.
"It's such a great age," she said. "They have a lot of potential, but there is a lot of uncertainty about what their future holds. So it's an interesting time to write about."
Ventresca has a computer science background and she was a computer programmer until she transitioned into writing about technology. She laughs about how she wrote video copy for a VHS film on how to use the internet. After breaking in as a technology writer, she wrote a biography for teens on singer Avril Lavigne.
But her real passion is fiction and now that she's written two books, she already has an idea for a third, which she started writing over the summer.
"It's tricky to write a thriller," Ventresca said. "You learn something from each book that you write. My next story is about a missing person. I just have a vivid imagination. It has to be something that is intrinsically interesting because you spend so much time researching it."
In addition to writing, Ventresca practices Isshinryu Karate, in which she has achieved the level of third-degree black belt.
More information about Ventresca's books can be found at http://yvonneventresca.com/index.html
...Sep 28, 2016
Retail Roundup, Hoboken: Food, Flowers, Plus Some Exercise
Hoboken’s upcoming months, the latest of which just broke ground last week.
The former Bella Ro boutique at 521 Washington Street is currently being revamped into a Japanese and sushi restaurant. While no name has been disclosed yet, the Zoning Board approved the project at their September 14th meeting. Construction has already begun on the 36-seat eatery, which is designed by ICOM Architects.
Old Northern Soul location
On the west side of the city, popular bar and music spot Northern Soul has found a new home after being forced to close in May due to a landlord dispute. They will be moving down the street – literally- to 700 First Street in the Sky Club building, taking over the lease of the French-themed Brasserie De Paris. Owner Marc Russell says that all of the old Northern Soul staples will be moving to the new digs, including their live music program, pool table and open mic nights.
Northern Soul’s new location
But he told Jersey Digs he’s most excited about the full kitchen that... (Jersey Digs)Jul 14, 2016
Nutley Farmers Market open Sundays
Returning producers include Asprocolas Acres, Hoboken Farms, Gourmet Nuts & Dried Fruit, Pickles Olives Etc., The Little Bake Shop and There’s Da Rub Spice Co. The 2016 season welcomes sustainable tea company Steep for the Trees and artisanal food company The Farmer & The Chickpea.
The Greenutley Committee, under the direction of Joseph Scarpelli, has planned free events in conjunction with the market.
These include recycling days, Peach Party, Food Fest, Eco-Fest, and Civic and School Pride Days. Featured vendors, demonstrations, and community outreach days with the Nutley Public Library and Montclair Animal Shelter occur regularly. Each week, the market accepts food and monetary donations on behalf of the Nutley Family Service Bureau’s Food Pantry to help local families in need.
A new initiative this year is the Market Walk & Talk, helping patrons get fit and informed during their weekly visit. During a scenic 3-mile loop through Nutley parks beginning at 8:30 a.m., walkers can chat with an expert from a variety of fields such as health, wellness, fitness, education, government, law, art, design and writing.
For more information on the Nutley Farmers Market and other Go Green Initiatives, contact Meredith Blank of the Nutley Department of Health at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-284-4951 ext. 2424, or visit www.nutleynj.org.
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