To all who celebrate, Happy Easter! To those who don't, Happy Sunday! Either way, we have a full plate of tasty "Week in Review" for you to sink your teeth into. After, all, it's Morristown, where there never is a shortage of stuff to talk (or write, or record video) about.
This week had discussions on potholes, tributes to long, long standing businesses in town, Earth Day profiles and much, much more. So, take a break from the rest of your Sunday and catch-up!
- On Monday, our regular Monday columnist, , wrote about . But, really, this seemed like the worst year. What's your take? Read her column and chime in.
- Also on Monday, we reported on , onto Route 287 last weekend.
- Also on Monday, we ran our first video of five in our regular "You Said It!" weekday video series. This week's question:
- On Tuesday, presented his regular Tuesday column, "On Stage: A Peek At the Performing Arts." . Definitely check it out.
- On Wednesday, presented . Not sure what that is? Remember Charlie Sheen's comment about getting into the octagon? That's where these tough guys compete.
- On Thursday, presented . Welcome!
- Also on Thursday, we reported that by way of moving into the spot currently occupied by Another 24 Hours on Morris Street. Will you be saying, "Oh Thank Heaven" for 7-Eleven or lamenting the loss of an independent business to a major chain?
- On Friday, we presented our video tribute of sorts on , of Morris Street, which is expected to close its doors after 90 years by the end of this month.
- Also on Friday, we celebrated Earth Day 2011 with our third "" profile, . Be sure to check it out, along with our other two video profiles.
- Also on Friday, "" finally went to for
- Finally, on Saturday, presented yet another excellent column in her longrunning series. This time, she lamented on having to give up on a new member of her family (of the canine kind) that simply could not interact with the other veterans animals of the household.
Well, that's it for us here at Morristown Patch HQ. Be here to stop in every Sunday afternoon (or early evening, give or take) to get your fill of the Morristown stories you may have missed.
From all of us, Happy Easter (and, Happy Sunday)! And, as always, be safe!