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Jun 22, 2019

Margate Artist Wins “Flowers” Art Show - OCNJ Daily

B. Rosin, Margate, “Pitchers and Petals,” oil on glass. Second place: Jill Snyder, Margate, “Sunny Spring,” mosaic. Third place: Donna Mindish, Northfield, “Luminous,” pastel. Honorable mention: Kathleen Arleth, Somers Point, “Bouquet,” photograph. Honorable mention: Christine Thomas, “Flower Power,” mixed media. The Fine Arts League is celebrating the summer season July through August, so artists are encouraged to paint their favorite beach memories. The league is a co-op of artists and volunteers who maintain the Art on Asbury Gallery at 711 Asbury Ave. in Ocean City. For more information, call (609) 814-0308 or visit oceancityfineartsleague.org. Jill Snyder, of Margate, took second place with her “Sunny Spring” mosaic.

Jul 26, 2018

Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers' Market History Day is July 8

Farmers' Market sponsors are Basil Bandwagon Natural Market, Northfield Bank and Matt's Red Rooster Grill. Submitted by the Hunterdon Land Trust ...

Mar 16, 2017

Medina County wildflower challenge, digital garden planner and beekeeping class: Home and Garden News

The class is 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 15 at the Nordonia Hills branch of the Akron-Summit County Public Library, 9458 Olde 8 Road, Northfield.The class will discuss how to install a package of bees, feed your bees, conduct hive inspection and more. Free, but registration is required.Read a story here about a couple whose backyard beekeeping is a hobby and business. (cleveland.com)

Apr 28, 2016

Where to take mom for Mother's Day brunch

Neuske's bacon and country potatoes. The Happ Inn (305 Happ Road, Northfield, 847-784-9200): Brunch ($37.95 adults, $14.95 for a special children's menu) runs 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and includes unlimited appetizers such as shrimp ceviche and a variety of salads, a choice of entree with classic brunch options (including vegetarian) and a dessert buffet. Hub 51 (51 W. Hubbard St., 312-828-0051): The buffet brunch includes brioche French toast and chilaquiles alongside carving, sushi and seafood stations ($45 adults. $18 children 12 and under). Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club (3700 N. Halsted St., 773-525-1111): Kit Kat will soundtrack its ode to mothers with "Mamma Mia!" songs performed live while the film musical airs on projection screens during its four-course brunch ($39.95). Choose from a selection of salads, main courses and desserts, along with mimosas, pink Champagne, sangria and bloody martinis. Mercat a la Planxa (628 S. Michigan Ave., 312-765-0524): The Spanish restaurant offers a prix fixe brunch ($35) with a selection of tapas, brunch fare and desserts, plus moms receive a sangria flight. Nico Osteria (1015 N. Rush St., 312-994-7100): The Italian restaurant's four-course menu ($65) includes a bloody mary or bellini alongside antipasti and main course options that include ramp cappelletti, peppers and eggs or stuffed pappardelle with braised pork. A choice of dessert is also included. Osteria Langhe (2824 W. Armitage Ave., 773-661-1582): From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. a three-course lunch ($40) offers a choice of appetizer, entree and dessert. Selections include vitello tonnato, tagliata or housemade pastas such as plin and tajarin, specialties of the Piedmont region. Osteria Via Stato (620 N. State St., 312-642-8450): From 11 p.m. to 3 p.m., a Mother's Day buffet brunch ($44.95 adults, kids 10 and under are half-price, 5 and under dine free) includes an omelet, antipasti and main course station, which includes such dishes as strata, ciabatta French toast, roasted chicken thighs and creamy polenta with meat ragu. There's also a dessert station. Restaurant Michael (64 Green Bay Road, Winnetka, 847-441-3100): The three-course brunch ($54 adults, $26 children 10 and under) offers five first-course options, including a spring pea duo of truffle "cappuccino" and souffle. The second-course choices range from classic brunch fare to foie-gras-stuffed quail. Dessert is a hot Grand Marnier souffle with chocolate ganache sauce. Roka Akor Old Orchard (4999 Old Orchard Shopping Center, Skokie, 847-329-7650): A three-course sushi and robata brunch ($45) runs 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and includes a sushi course and options such as prime rib-eye or grilled salmon with ginger teriyaki. A four-course Mother's Day dinner will be $75. Riva Crab House (700 E. Grand Ave., 312-644-7482): For lake views while dining, Riva's brunch buffet ($48.95 adults, kids 4 to 12 $19.93, kids 3 and under eat free) features omelet and carving stations, a raw bar, and fresh fruit and dessert buffet 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. River Roast (315 N. LaSalle St., 312-822-0100): A family-style brunch package for four ($140) includes a whole roast chicken, a charcuterie board, biscuits and gravy, and a hot app... (Chicago Tribune)

Feb 2, 2016

Community News

Danielle Trottier, Tavarius Vance, Riley Vincent, Molly Violette, Samuel Werbinski, Samuel Wilcox, Emily Wilson, Zachary Wilson, Charlotte Young. Northfield Middle High School Quarter 2 High honors: Reese Clayton, Caiden Crawford-Stemple, Colin DeMasi, Jiayi Huo, Nicholas Passalacqua, Tess Ayres, Joshua Bolio, Hailey Brickey, Jaylyn Davidson, Hollie-Nicholle Davis, Adam Gerdes, Abigail Hebert, Faith Hoagland, Joshua LaJeunesse, Peter Milne, Ethan Monmaney-Utton, Molly Yacavoni, Corinne Bolding, Lucy Gray, Maya Humbert, James Stephens, Emma Arguin, Mariel Dunn, Ruth Milne, Elizabeth Andrew, Christian Bolding, Anya Hoagland, Courtney Amell, Kim Breitenmoser, Gabrielle Cicio, Abigail Detrick, Catherine Donahue, Aran Hird, Analiese Morvan, Maren Paulsen, Lydia Reed, Kristin Smith, Lindsay Albee, Michael Cetrangolo, Rachel Gordon, Matthew Matheson, Nathan Ranker, Emma Stephens, Taylor Woodbury. Honors: Colena Bolio, Kiara Burt, Ryleigh Chamberlin, Kayla Evans, Lindsay LaCasse, Paige Lagerstedt, Preston Lilly, Makayla Locke, Jacob Parent, Samuel Perry, Hayden Sargent, Lorcan Sargent, Samantha Sicely, Colby Stearns, Danielle Guerrero, William Hagenlocher, Jillian Haviland, Grey Kramer, Violette Maring, Isabella Martel, Greta Smith, Devon Surprenant, Elsie Wawryzniak, Megan Andrew, Daniel Baroffio, Kailie French, Bryce Hird, Caden Hurley, Ahleah Lawliss, Jesse Marble, Tea Miles, Caleb Morvan, Avery Motyka, Lilian Olson, Hazel Slesar, Oliver Wells, Alyssa Atwood, Amara Freeman, Adam Gadbois, Lexus Jarvis, Chiara Smith, Amelia Wrigley, Bridget Doney, Samuel Marble, Zachary McGinnis, Catherine Miles, Laura Milne, Madison Nintzel, Julia Passalacqua, Dakota Vance, Sean DesRoberts, Lotte Kuiper, Kaitlyn LaFaille, Ashton Morvan, Laura Schulz, Kayla Spaulding-Hyatt, Alec Steward, Lucianna Bailey, Lyndsay Baker, William Dickinson, Aurora Drown, Jesse Hunt, Baylee Lambert, William Noyes, Morgan Smith. Williamstown Middle High School Quarter 2 High honors with principal’s recognition: Ryan Ashe, Catherine Burke, Brandon Carrier, Evan Choquette, Moriah Covey, TJ DeRose, Shayna Guild, Eric Hulbert, Justin Morande, Jonathan Myles, Natalie Myles, Devin O’Neill, Krystal Parent. High honors: Nicole Ashe, Brody Brown, Vanessa Choquette, Mackenzie Christman, Taylor Clark, Lauren Covey, Gabriel Dexter, Alycia Dickinson, Bryton Hanchett, Kirsten Hanchett, Elizabeth Laughlin, Courtney Scholtz, Christina Thivierge, Matelyn Thygesen, Brittaney Townsend, Kaitlyn Trottier, Skyler Woodworth. Honors: Jennisa Bannapich, Brieonna Bassette, Svetlana Bell, Jordan Benedini, Gage Bishop, Cannon Blanchard, Jared Blanchard, Jolene Cafarelli, Aurora Carminati-King, Nicole Carrier, Riley Cheney, Alona Clark, Blake Clark, Lexis Coates, Leah Cole, Emily Coletti, Matthew Collins, Carson Corriveau, Brooke Corrow, Gideon Covey, Hunter Covey, Savannah Covey, Tristan Covey, Hunter Day, Syerra Day, Cassidy DeForge, James DeForge, Jacob Descoteaux, Maximus Dexter, Nicholas Donovan, Jayme Ducharme, Michaela Ducharme, Emilie Duff, Eliza Dwinell, Alexa Eaton, Peter Evans, Marcus Fleury, Riley Flowers, Curtis Gauthier, Colby Gingras, Lauren Gingras, Abrianna Gould, Connor Graves, Madasyn Gundry, Emma Lee Hallock, Mariah Hardaker, Alyssa Hatch, Austin Hegarty, Zoey Henry, Samantha Hepsley, Brittany Hood, Cody Hood, Alexus Isham, Kail Johnson, Jordan Jones, Savannah King, Shylah King, Xander Laboudy, Gabriel Lamson, Amanda Lasell, Journi LeClair, Alexander LeFevre, Hannah MacAskill, Kyle MacAskill, Marshall Marineau, Kate Mascitti, Brianna McLaughlin, Jade Mitchel... (Barre Montpelier Times Argus)

Dec 30, 2015

TGIF: Happenings — what's coming up in Northeast Ohio starting Jan. 1

Association: 38660 Mentor Ave., Willoughby, presents the Chili Con Comedy improv troupe, Feb. 6, April 30. Call 440-951-7500. Hard Rock Rocksino At Northfield Park: 10777 Northfield Road, Northfield, presents Joel McHale, Jan. 23; Marlon Wayans, Feb. 5; Jim Norton, March 11. Call 330-908-7625 or visit www.hrrocksinonorthfieldpark.com. Hilarities 4th Street Theatre: 2025 E. Fourth St., Cleveland, presents Tommy Johnagin,Jan. 2 and 3; Ha Cole, Jan. 6; Dov Davidoff, Jan. 7 through 9; Sam Morril, Jan. 10; Jim Breuer, Jan. 15 and 16; Bobby Lee, Jan. 21 through 23; Michael Yo, Jan. 28 through 30. Call 216-736-4242. Playhouse Square: 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents The Three Tenors (Who Can’t Sing), featuring Vic DiBitetto, Richie Minervini and Fred Rubino, Feb. 5; Kathleen Madigan, April 2; Bill Maher, June 4. Call 216-241-6000, or visit www.playhousesquare.com. Concerts Agora Theatre & Ballroom: 5000 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, presents Battle of the Bands, Jan. 2; Lil Reese, Jan. 9; Ballyhoo!, Jan. 15; Enforcer, Warbringer, Cauldron, Exmortus, Jan. 16; Nile, Jan. 20; Montana of 300, Jan. 22; Vaperfest 2016, Jan. 23; Epica, Moonspell, Starkill, Jan. 25; Shawn Perry & The Hazard County Rebellion, Jan. 29; Decapitated, Black Breath, Theories, Jan. 31; State Champs, Neck Deep, Knuckle Puck, Feb. 12; Ventana, Feb. 13; R&B Valentine’s Day bash featuring Jon. B., Shai, Adina Howard, Feb. 14; Born of Osiris, Veil of Maya, After the Burial, Feb. 24; Pouya, The Buffet Boys, Suicide Boys, Feb. 26; I See Stars, Chunk! No Captain Chunk!, Get Scared, Feb. 27; The Word Alive, Fit for a KIng, Out Came the Wolves, March 2; Helloween, March 3; Y&T, March 10; SWMRS, The Frights, March 16; Joanne Shaw Taylor, Jared James Nichols, March 19; Sonata Arctica, Delain, March 29; Underoath, April 13; Abbath, High on Fire, Skeltonwitch, April 9; The Melvins, Napalm Death, April 21; Luca Turilli’s Rhapsody, Primal Fear, April 30; Prong, May 16. Visit www.clevelandagora.com. Akron Civic Theater: 182 S. Main St., presents Puscifer, April 4; “Jethro Tull,” written and performed by Ian Anderson, April 11. Call 330-253-2488. Beachland Ballroom: 15711 Waterloo Road, Cleveland, presents Mr.Fishtruck, and DJ Alright, Jan. 1; JP and The Chatfield Boys, Johnny and the Applestompers, Blue Ribbon Bluegrass Band, Jan. 2; Alan Leatherwood, Johnny Fay and The Bel-Aires, Crash Coffin, Jan. 2; Americana Dinner, Maura Rogers and the Bellows, Jan. 6; Davy Knowles, Blues Chronicles, Jan. 7; Thirteen Cadillacs, Jan. 7; The Mucklebuck, Big Black Galactic, Splitroot, Tufted Puffins, Balloon Knot, 45 Spider, Jan. 8; Step Inside, Dieselboy, Slave, Bruh, Floasis, Damien Lauderbach, Jan. 9; By Light We Loom, These Knees, Joshua Jesty, Jan. 9; Mild High Club, Jivviden, Erienauts, Jan. 12; Blues Dinner, Austin’Walkin’Cane, Jan. 13; Northeast Ohio Drum and Music Jam, Jan. 14; Sam Hooper Group, Jan. 14; Ottowa, Ohio Weather Band, New Moon Rising, Bro Dylan, Jan. 15; New Salem Witch Hunters, Jan. 16; The Park Brothers, Jan. 17; Stone Soul, Jet Set 216, Noah Peele, Jan. 18; Puddles Pity Party, Jan. 19; Zusha, Jan. 19; DJ P. Stoops, Spinning Tiki, Exotica, Lounge, Jan. 20; Govinda, Eri... (The Morning Journal)