Wednesday, December 5, 2012
With two new dining destinations with Italian themes being announced this week, Patch wants to know what you hope will come next.
Hungry? In Morristown, you have options. That was made even more evident this week when Patch reported not one, but two new restaurants are set to open in early 2013—Fiore's Italian on Elm Street and Olive Lucy's on Speedwell Avenue. While Olive Lucy's also plans on serving Portuguese staples like Paella, both new dining destinations have Italian themes. They are going to have a lot of competition here, not just from their other paisans, but from the plethora of restaurants that aren't Italian that also call Morristown home. To that end, we want to know what type of restaurant you would like to see come next? A new diner? Greek? Vietnamese? More Italian? Something else? Chime in below.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
And, if so, are you OK with that?
A mix. Urban, suburban. Houses and apartments. Downtown and the neighborhood. Despite a boom in recent years on new businesses, new condos and new opportunities for nightlife, Morristown arguably remains more a suburban town with a heavy urban component than its most oft-cited comparison, Hoboken. For better or worse, "The Mile Square City" has over the years become one of the top nightlife alternatives to New York City in North Jersey. Despite only being a square mile in size, it's packed with bars, restaurants—and people. Some, however, have decided to stay closer to home, or have made a conscious decision to move to this area. As this region's top destination for nightlife, some have even begun to (accurately or not) refer to Morristown…
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Morristown resident says this is 'good news for those who aspire to participate in a growing economy.'
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
To the Editor: Embarrassed Republican? The referenced author's silence this past weekend was particularly noteworthy following the "embarrassing" performance of BHO in the debate last week. Mitt proved to be his intellectual superior while BHO was lost without his Teleprompter. It was clear to me, every poll and most of the demoralized liberal media that Obama is outmatched. Bad for him and those who prefer to only be takers in our society. Good news for those who aspire to participate in a growing economy. —Edward Doyle Morristown
Monday, June 25, 2012
Liquor license renewals slated to be discussed at Tuesday, June 26 Town Council meeting.
Living among the hustle and bustle of a downtown area is different from living in the 'burbs. Just ask Christine Conti-Collins. Conti-Collins, a 19-year Morristown resident from Brooklyn, moved a couple years ago to 40 Park, the luxury condo development along the Green. She, along with other residents, have issued complaints about the bars operating in that section of town. Chief among those complaints is not noise–which Conti-Collins said she knows has to be expected in a busy section of town–but other quality-of-life concerns, such as traffic congestion and human waste, including vomit, urine and excrement, which she has said often follows a busy weekend at the bars. With liquor license renewals expected to be discussed by Town Council …
Monday, June 4, 2012
The social-networking site is apparently mulling over the idea.
Facebook is developing technology that would allow those under the age of 13 to access the site under parental supervision, a move that could help bring in a sea of new users for revenue but that could also increase privacy concerns, according to a report in Monday's Wall Street Journal. The technology being tested would allow children's accounts to be tied to their parents' accounts so that parents would decide whom their children could "friend." New kid-friendly features also could allow Facebook and its partners to bill parents for games and other entertainment accessed by their kids. Currently Facebook bans those under the age of 13. But several studies show that many kids use Facebook despite the ban, often with their parents' …