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The HOPE ONE Van Will Make 6 More Stops This Month

June 23, 2021

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The HOPE ONE van continues to serve the communmity by providing individuals with information about rehab, detox services, mental health services, recovery services. The team, wearing protective masks and gear, will also be offering free Narcan training.

The Hope One Van will be in the following locations for the remainder of the month:

June 23 at the Rockaway ...

Happy Father's Day from TAPinto

Our Fathers raise us up to new heights.

They help us down from tough places.

They walk with us through life's journey and carry us on broad shoulders when it's needed.

They teach us how...

To Do

To Be

To Think

To Act

With Curiosity, Love and  Excitement.

They are there for us.

And we are there for them.

No matter ...

'So Many New Faces' at the North Jersey Pride Picnic

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — Hundreds of individuals, couples and families spread out across Memorial Park last Sunday to celebrate Pride Month together. It was sponsored by North Jersey Pride, whose mission is “promote equality, celebrate family and support LGBTQ youth through fun and educational events.”

C.J. Prince, executive director as well as a South Orange resident, and a team ...

Madison Announces 2021 Date for Bottle Hill Day

MADISON, NJ -  Bottle Hill Day will take place in 2021, announced Debra Coen Community Affairs Liaison. The date is Saturday, October 2. The DDC is looking for sponsors and vendors. 

Anyone interested can contact the DDC at rosenet.org.

 

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Today is Flag Day

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - Today is Flag Day so remember to fly your stars and bars proudly today.

The flag of the United States of America represents liberty, justice and freedom, rights that all Americans have the privilege of enjoying.

Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States of America on June 14, 1777.  Declared a day of observance by President Woodrow ...

Loew's Theater to Host Saturday Fundraiser for COVID Ravaged India

JERSEY CITY, NJ - Called “To India with Love,” a fundraiser is being held at the historic Loew's Theatre to help raise funds to help people deal with COVID-19 crisis in India.

Sponsored by Americans in Jersey City, the event will be held on Saturday, June 12 at 6 p.m. and feature the Bollywood Movie "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge" (DDLJ). The event will also feature ...

Free Open-Air Concert to Take Place July 6 in Morris Township

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - One of the joys we've missed during the pandemic has been gathering to listen to live music. Now, as individual and community life starts to return to "normal," the acclaimed Hanover Wind Symphony will present a free, open-air concert on Tuesday, July 6, at 7 p.m., at Ginty Field, 50 Woodland Avenue, in Morris Township.

The concert is called ...

Free Entrance to State Parks For Those Vaccinated by July 4

TRENTON, NJ -- New Jersey is now offering more incentives for unvaccinated people to get their shots, including free wine, free access to state beaches, and a chance to dine with the governor and first lady of the state.

Here are the vaccination incentives are part of “Operation Jersey Summer,” the statewide public awareness campaign aimed at vaccinating all eligible ...

Madison to Host Fire Extinguisher Inspection Program Today Tuesday June 8

MADISON, NJ- The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Fire Extinguisher Inspections on Tuesday, June 8, 2021 from 12:00 pm- 4:00 pm.  The location for the inspections will be held outdoors on the corner of Central Avenue and Main Street. 

The fee for extinguisher tagging is $15, Chamber members will pay a discounted rate of ...

Community Invited to 2nd Annual Community Band Festival in Morris Plains

MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Community members are invited to the 2nd Annual Morris Plains Community Band Festival. Admission is free and 17 bands will play from 11am until dusk.

Check out the schedule below:

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Did you know you can list Service Schedules, Church Activities and other Non-Profit events on the TAPinto Community Calendar for FREE?

June 20, 2021

TAPinto invites local civic, non-profit, and school groups to list their upcoming events on the TAPinto Community Calendar.

 You can submit content through our website by clicking on the “Submit Content” button located in the upper right side of the front page, where you will be brought to a menu where you will find the "Calendar Events" ...

Hello Summer! See New Items at New Leaf Consignment

Looking to add to your closet this summer? Check out what's new at New Leaf Consignment

Show off your newly tanned gams in this Free People skirt paired with a cozy tank! See it in person at NEW LEAF! Hard Tail Forever Top, SZ M, $22 We The Free Skirt, SZ 10, $38.

This Vintage Havana jumpsuit is perfect for all occasions! Dress it up with a statement necklace and you’re out the ...

Madison's Free Summer Concert Series is Back! Jumping The Gun Performs Friday June 25

June 24, 2021

MADISON, NJ - The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts Free Summer Concert Series begins Friday, June 25 from 6-8pm with a performance by Jumping the Gun. 

Jumping The Gun Band plays music from the time when FM radio ruled the airwaves, music was played on vinyl records and cassette tapes and you purchased your stereo equipment from Crazy Eddies, stated organizers.

Band members are Bob ...

Come Together for A Night of Diversity in Madison

MADISON, NJ - Community members are invited to attend an evening celebrating diversity. Speakers and performances will celebrate and reflect on the cultural diversity within Madison and Chatham.

The event will take place Wednesday, June 30 at the Chatham Train Station South Parking Lot at 6pm. Parking will be available at the ECLC parking lot at 21 Lum Avenue.

 

Get your local ...

Turtle Back Zoo to Hold Second Vaccination Event on June 26

WEST ORANGE, NJ — As an incentive to get vaccinated, COVID-19 vaccinations will be given at Essex County Turtle Back Zoo and anyone who gets their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine at the “I Got Vaccinated at Turtle Back Zoo!” will receive a voucher for one free admission to the zoo.

This will be the second time the promotion will be held; on June 5, a total of 73 ...

Starting Monday June 28, The Morris County Library Has More Access, New Hours

June 23, 2021

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris County Library will have new hours beginning on Monday June 28.

The new hours will be:

Monday through Wednesday from 10am - 6pm
Thursday, 11am-7pm
Friday and Saturday, 9am-5pm

The second floor will also re-open to the public on Monday, June 28.

Morris County Pride 2021 Coming to Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ.  –– The Morris County Pride 2021 outdoor festival will take place on Saturday, June 26th from 11 AM to 3 PM on the grounds of the Morris Museum. Limited tickets will be available at the door the day of the event. All advanced tickets are sold out.

“We have an incredible line up of acts from Morris County and beyond,” says Marie ...

Fort Nonsense To Be Closed This Summer Due To Paving Project

Morristown, NJ –  The Fort Nonsense, which is part of the Morristown National Historical Park will be closed to the public (pedestrians and vehicles) until approximately mid-September.

The closure is a result of a roadway and parking area pavement rehabilitation project that is expected to begin on or around June 14, 2021, said park officials. Fort Nonsense is located near the ...

The HOPE ONE Van Will Make 6 More Stops This Month

June 23, 2021

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The HOPE ONE van continues to serve the communmity by providing individuals with information about rehab, detox services, mental health services, recovery services. The team, wearing protective masks and gear, will also be offering free Narcan training.

The Hope One Van will be in the following locations for the remainder of the month:

June 23 at the Rockaway ...

Happy Father's Day from TAPinto

Our Fathers raise us up to new heights.

They help us down from tough places.

They walk with us through life's journey and carry us on broad shoulders when it's needed.

They teach us how...

To Do

To Be

To Think

To Act

With Curiosity, Love and  Excitement.

They are there for us.

And we are there for them.

No matter ...

'So Many New Faces' at the North Jersey Pride Picnic

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — Hundreds of individuals, couples and families spread out across Memorial Park last Sunday to celebrate Pride Month together. It was sponsored by North Jersey Pride, whose mission is “promote equality, celebrate family and support LGBTQ youth through fun and educational events.”

C.J. Prince, executive director as well as a South Orange resident, and a team ...

Randolph Board of Education Rescinds Decision to Eradicate Holidays from Calendar

June 22, 2021

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Board of Education’s Special Meeting on June 21 was a four plus hour affair, consisting of cheering, booing, rousing ovations, multiple interruptions, and once again - chaos and confusion.  Over 40 people representing a diverse demographic took to the podium for the public portion to voice their concerns.

The large majority voiced displeasure with the BOE ...

Weekend Traffic Shift on Route 80 in Roxbury

ROXBURY, NJ — New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced lane closures and a traffic shift on I-80 westbound as the I-80 Bridges over Rockaway River replacement project advances in Roxbury, Jefferson and Rockaway.

Beginning at 8 p.m. tomorrow, Friday, June 18, NJDOT’s Contractor, I.E.W. Construction Group Inc., is scheduled to close the left ...

The HOPE ONE Van Serves It's 20,000 Client; Van Will Make Stops Remaining Stops in June

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The HOPE ONE van has served it's 20,000 clients as of today, June 16, announced the Morris County Sheriff's Office.  The vehicle, which has trained staff on site, provides individuals with information about rehab, detox services, mental health services, recovery services. The team, wearing protective masks and gear, will also be offering ...

Newark Schools' Graduation Policy Now Requires Seniors to Apply for College Financial Aid

June 24, 2021

NEWARK, NJ — Before a Newark Public Schools senior is handed their diploma at the end of the school year, a recent change in the district's graduation policy will now require that student to first apply for college financial aid. 

Starting in the 2021-22 school year, seniors will be required to apply for college financial aid through a Free ...

Former Summit Middle School Drama Teacher, Theater Director Charged with Sexual Contact with a Student

ELIZABETH, NJ - Ronald Wells, 69, who was employed by the Summit Public School District for nearly 25 years as a theater teacher at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School prior to retiring on June 30, 2018, has been arrested and charged with committing criminal offenses of a sexual nature against a student while on school grounds several years ago, acting Union County Prosecutor ...

Statue Commemorating George Floyd Unveiled at Newark City Hall 

NEWARK, NJ — Nearly one year ago, Newark residents and social justice advocates joined efforts nationwide to rally at the steps of City Hall and condemn the death of George Floyd after former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for a span of eight minutes. 

In the following months, Floyd’s death elevated the “Black Lives Matter” movement on an ...

West Orange Police Officers Visit Baby They Delivered in Parents' Car in Their Driveway

June 11, 2021

West Orange Police Officers Michael McClellan and Andrew Scioscia pose with the proud parents Jordana and Lyle Silverman holding baby Camila. The happy reunion took place in the quiet residential neighborhood driveway where Camila was born on May 20th, 2021.

Officers McClellan and Scioscia were first on the scene at 4:00 a.m. when Jordana Silverman attempted to leave for the hospital. She made ...

Caldwell Business Owner Gives Back by Reducing Caregiver Stress on The Longest Day

CALDWELL, NJ — The Alzheimer's Association Greater New Jersey Chapter (AAGNJ), the leading volunteer-driven voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support, advocacy and research, is spotlighting people who are making a difference in the fight to end Alzheimer's and all other dementia.

With more than 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer's disease or other ...

Donor Gifts Hillsborough Police with 2 New Harley-Davidson Motorcycles

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - The township Police Department has created a new Motorcycle Unit, with two new Harley Davidson FLHTP Motorcycles on order, purchased with a $60,000 donation from Dr. Cesar DePaco.

DePaco, a Someset County resident, is a longtime supporter of law enforcement and has made numerous donations of K-9’s and equipment to police departments across this ...

Madison Area YMCA Set to Begin Parking Lot Paving Project

Beginning Wednesday, June 23 through Saturday, June 26, our Family Center parking lot will experience a substantial update as we pave, reline parking spots and improve the overall condition of the outside of our facility. Click here for details on where to park: https://delivr.com/28bgc

If you are planning on taking a group exercise class during those days, you have the option to follow along ...

Gentle Ben is Looking For His Forever Home

Gentle boy looking for a home...

Gentle Ben was a stray who ended up at a rural animal shelter until he caught the eye of one of our rescuers who fell in love with him. Ben is just over 2 years old & he's a big boy at 89 pounds, but he is just such a wonderful pup, don't worry about his size. He can walk nicely on a leash and gets along with the other dogs, but it is important to ...

Dog of the Month - Kodac

Our June Dog of the Month, Kodac, is closing his eyes and making a wish for a forever home!

Meet Mr Handsome... ok - so that isn't his real name but that's what he is! Kodac Clayton has a smile that runs from ear to ear. As he is truly one of the happiest dogs in the world.

Despite being 65lbs at 4 years old - Kodac wants to be a lapdog! He loves nothing more than people and kids! ...

Festive Food: Red, White, and Blue for the Fourth

A Fourth of July gathering is the classic summer event – food, fun, and friends. This year, treat your guests to some festive new dishes highlighting the red, white, and blue we all associate with this special holiday.

Star Confetti Cookies

For a fun, easy dessert that you can pair with any main dish, try these cutout star cookies. The recipe has been tested to ensure that the cookies ...

Citrus, Coral, and Florals: Summer from the Inside Out

As summer swings into high gear outside, bring some of the color and brightness indoors with your home décor. Perfect for setting the mood every day and during special events, summer décor that includes florals, citrus, and coral tones is a great way to transition from the more muted spring hues to the bold colors of the brightest season. Here are five ways to incorporate these ...

Celebrate Dad with These 4 Fun Ideas

With Father’s Day fast approaching and the possibility of gatherings and parties becoming more likely in many areas, the time is perfect for a celebration that highlights Dad’s favorites and creates a lasting memory for family and friends. If you’re eager to plan something special, here are four ways to celebrate Dad that your guests won’t soon forget!

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Do those who have spent time in prison need the government to protect their housing rights or should the government stay out of this, and let landlords rent to whom they wish?

Under a new bill passed by the Senate and the Assembly, landlords in New Jersey would be banned from denying renters with criminal records. 

The bill, A1919, called the Fair Chance in Housing Act, has as its goal to give the previously incarcerated a better shot at finding a place to live. Supporters say it’s an important step toward ending housing discrimination ...

Rutgers-Eagleton Poll: NJ Housing Costs Are a Serious Problem

June 21, 2021

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Almost nine in 10 New Jerseyans consider the cost of housing to be a “very serious” (55 percent) or “somewhat serious” (32 percent) problem, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll in collaboration with the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey.

Similarly, eight in 10 feel it is “very” (49 percent) or ...

Strong housing market makes now the ideal time to move to Lantern Hill

Seniors find stress-free and vibrant life at New Jersey senior living community

As spring turns to summer and temperatures begin to heat up, the housing market typically follows suit. This year is no exception, and a strong sellers’ market makes now the right time for seniors considering a move to Lantern Hill, an Erickson Senior Living-developed and managed community in New Providence, ...

Retro Review: Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

Retro Review

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

When does a civilization begin to rot from its core?  What are the key issues that cause that civilization to die? These are the overarching questions that “the Father of African Literature,” Chinua Achebe, explores in his 1959 classic, Things Fall Apart.

Set in a Nigerian village, we learn that Okonkwo was a leading ...

New Summer Tours at Greenwood Gardens

June 19, 2021

Within driving distance from New York City, Newark, and Philadelphia, Greenwood Gardens, a non-profit 28-acre public garden in Short Hills New Jersey, offers a sensorial walk through the flora, fauna, fountains, Arts and Crafts follies, and antique garden ornaments from a time gone by. Visitors feel the effect of the timelessness of Greenwood as soon as they drive through the main gates where a ...

Tour Historic WWII Aircraft at Trenton-Mercer County Airport this Weekend

EWING, NJ — Several World War II aircraft will be flying into Trenton-Mercer Airport this week for tourists to view. The CAF AirPower History Tour featuring historic World War II aircraft will provide cockpit tours, flight demonstrations, and rides.  

The event features the B-29 Superfortress FIFI, the most advanced bomber of World War II; the T-6 Texan, ...

Head to Downtown Westfield Saturday for Free ‘Mini Grand Prix’ Car Racing

WESTFIELD, NJ — Start your engines! The Downtown Westfield Corporation is inviting people of all ages to participate in “Mini Grand Prix” racing this Saturday, featuring 1/18th scale cars under the tents on Quimby Street.

The races, sponsored by Extreme Party Racing, move at a scaled speed of 200 mph on a 20’ x 20’ track, with drivers at six ...

Recipe: How to Make No-Churn Vanilla Birthday Cake Ice Cream

June 24, 2021

It only takes four ingredients to make this festive frozen treat! The best part? You don’t even need special equipment.

The trick to getting the right texture without an ice cream maker is folding in fluffy whipped cream.

No-Churn Birthday Cake Ice Cream

Ingredients:

1 tsp. vanilla extract
14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
2 cups cold heavy whipping cream
¼ cup ...

New Jersey Date Night: Enjoy the Fireworks

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

There's nothing better than sharing a blanket with your love as you gaze at the New Jersey sky. With Independence Day upon us, this year we get the value added bonus of taking in the fireworks. Celebrating our country’s birthday combined with a little romance leads us to a fireworks display ...

JerseyCAN Launches Multimedia Platform Showcasing Solutions for NJ School Districts

June 22, 2021

NEW JERSEY -- TAPintoTV Executive Producer Brian Brodeur recently spoke with Janellen Duffy, Senior Advisor of JerseyCAN, a nonprofit organization supporting and advocating for every student in New Jersey to have access to a high-quality education. JerseyCAN recently launched an online multimedia platform to help assist local school districts and educators to create new strategies and programs to ...

Lincoln of Wayne Continues to Provide Industry-Leading Sales and Service Despite Global Microchip Shortage

WAYNE, NJ -- Peter Spina, Jr., General Manager of Lincoln of Wayne, spoke with TAPintoTV, about the global automotive industry microchip shortage and what the shortage means for Lincoln of Wayne customers. 

“The microchip shortage, or semiconductor shortage, is one of the greatest supply chain shortages our industry has ever faced,” Spina said. Typically, Spina told TAPintoTV, ...

Passaic Valley High School Celebrates 80 Years of Excellence with Mayors Panel

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Executive Producer of East Main Media and TAPintoTV, Brian Brodeur, hosted a panel discussion to celebrate Passaic Valley Regional High School’s 80 Years of Excellence.

The panel was moderated by Alexandra Paese, Passaic Valley Class of 2021, and consisted of Totowa Mayor, John Coiro, Passaic Valley Class of 1977, Little Falls Mayor James Damiano, Passaic Valley Class ...

Morris County Commissioners Makes Statement on Calendar Cancelling

June 24, 2021

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ- The following Statement was shared at a Morris County Public Meeting Wednesday Evening .

On behalf of the Morris County Board of County Commissioners, the following statement was read at tonight’s public meeting by Commissioner Director Stephen Shaw:

“The recent commotion over eliminating holidays from public calendars requires us to make it very clear tonight ...

An Open Letter To Urban New Jersey

Let me begin by saying that everyone already knows of my strong support for Mr. Jack Ciattarelli for Governor; however I am writing this independent of his campaign and simply as a proud citizen of New Jersey which is the state that I love, where my two young daughters were born, and where they are proudly being raised.

   To all my fellow New Jerseyans who reside in urban ...

Gordon Chang Speaks to Madison Republican Committee

June 22, 2021

Noted conservative columnist and author Gordon Chang was the featured speaker at the Madison Republican Committee's Spring Reception, which was held June 15th at Shanghai Jazz. In his remarks to the Madison crowd, Mr. Chang discussed the debate surrounding the origins of COVID-19 and the findings from recent investigative reports.

"The absence of supporting evidence for a ...

Saint Clare's Discusses What Happens When You Dial 9-1-1

Watch “9-1-1 Where is Your Emergency?” featuring John Cronin, Emergency Medical Services Manager, Saint Clare’s Health as he discusses what happens as soon as a 9-1-1 call is placed.

This video from the Saint Clare’s Health online series, ’Let’s Talk Health’, hosted by Brian Finestein, Chief Executive Officer of Saint Clare’s Health, originally ...

Representative Sherrill Statement Following Conclusion of Biden-Putin Summit

Washington, DC — Following the conclusion of a bilateral meeting between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11), a former Russian policy officer in the US Navy, released the following statement:

“Today, President Joe Biden delivered a crucial message to Vladimir Putin: the United States’ posture is very different ...

Bob Hugin Named As Next Chair of NJGOP

SUMMIT, NJ – Jack Ciattarelli, the Republican candidate for New Jersey governor, today announced his support for businessman and former candidate for U.S. Senate Bob Hugin as the next chair of the NJGOP. Ciattarelli released the following statement:

“Bob Hugin is a self-made successful businessman, Marine Corps veteran, and the best possible leader for the NJGOP at this time.

Remembering D-Day:New Jersey Veteran Remembers Landing on Normandy Beach

June 7, 2021

HAMILTON, NJ - Two years ago on the 75th anniversary of D-Day TAPinto published Matt Midura's story.  Midura died less than a year later on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020. See Obituary. Here is again in its entirety.

 Matt Midura was a Hamilton boy, just 19-years old when, one year in the Army, he landed on the shores of Normandy Beach driving a commanding ...

Why Eating Breakfast Is A Healthy Way To Start The Day

We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day - but is that true? Conflicting studies suggest that some researchers confirm the popular claim, and some refute it. Either way, each day, most people eventually “break” their overnight “fast.”

Intermittent fasting diets are common, and some people simply can’t handle chowing down early in ...

Feeling Nutty? Here’s Why You Should Add Nuts To Your Diet

Enjoying a wide variety of nuts has multiple health benefits. The crunchy, delicious snacks are a great source of protein, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber. Nuts are naturally cholesterol-free and pack disease-fighting antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals like vitamin E and magnesium.

A 2019 study published by the U.S. National Library of ...

No Garden Yet? No Worries: Here’s What You Can Still Plant In June

Getting outside to work in the garden is a wonderful way to be physically active and soak up some natural vitamin D from the sun. If you haven’t planted anything yet or you’re aiming to increase your harvest, don’t worry. There are lots of nutrient-rich vegetables, herbs, and gorgeous flowers you can still plant in June. Here’s a list to help you get ...

Eat the Rainbow: Why Fruits of Every Color Belong on Your Plate

In general, the bold colors found in fruits indicate a large concentration of antioxidants. These vitamins and compounds perform many different functions within the body, but all antioxidants help reduce “free radicals,” or potentially harmful atoms that interfere with normal cell functioning in our bodies. Eating a variety of colors through fruits will help ensure that you’re ...

Fresh Air and Fitness: 4 Outdoor Workouts for Every Level

Fresh air and fitness – a great combination for any wellness routine! As the weather warms up, consider adding some outdoor workouts to your regular exercise regimen. New surroundings can often make the same moves feel more challenging and exciting, so heading out to your backyard is an easy way to refresh any routine that’s starting to feel repetitive. Here are four great outdoor ...

7 Essential Tips and Tricks to Beat Indoor Allergies

Spring and summer bring beauty, but also allergies! Allergy sufferers often go inside their homes for sanctuary against irritants - which is why it’s so important to keep those irritants out of your house.

 

With a few mindful changes and tricks, you can get rid of indoor allergens and start breathing easy again in your own home. We’ve gathered the seven best tips and ...

From Ponds to Waterfalls: Outdoor Water Features You Can DIY

If you’re daydreaming about the burble of a stream over rocks or the spray of a waterfall right in your backyard, we’ve put together a selection of outdoor water feature ideas to help you make your dream come true!

While water features may sound expensive or out of reach, there are tons of great do-it-yourself options for everything from flower pot fountains to ponds and ...

Festive Food: Red, White, and Blue for the Fourth

A Fourth of July gathering is the classic summer event – food, fun, and friends. This year, treat your guests to some festive new dishes highlighting the red, white, and blue we all associate with this special holiday.

Star Confetti Cookies

For a fun, easy dessert that you can pair with any main dish, try these cutout star cookies. The recipe has been tested to ensure that the cookies ...

Citrus, Coral, and Florals: Summer from the Inside Out

As summer swings into high gear outside, bring some of the color and brightness indoors with your home décor. Perfect for setting the mood every day and during special events, summer décor that includes florals, citrus, and coral tones is a great way to transition from the more muted spring hues to the bold colors of the brightest season. Here are five ways to incorporate these ...