Karaoke Thursdays at Nutley's Oakley

Join your friends at the Oakley for Karaoke every Thursday with PPX.

Each singer is recorded, and your song will be made available about 24 hours after the event. Your performance can be shared on your FB page for your friends to see! Recordings are private and will be removed from the PPX site after 2 months. 

Karaoke is just one of the fun events taking place each week at the Oakley including live music, Sunday Brunch, and the now famous Oakley Corn Hole League.

The Oakley is located at 789 Bloomfield Ave., directly across from On3. Follow the Oakley on Facebook for the latest events and menu items at Oakley Kitchen and Cocktails

 

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Thu, June 24
8:30 pm — 11:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/24/2021 8:30pm 06/24/2021 11:30pm America/New_York Karaoke Thursdays at Nutley's Oakley

Join your friends at the Oakley for Karaoke every Thursday with PPX.

Each singer is recorded, and your song will be made available about 24 hours after the event. Your performance can be shared on your FB page for your friends to see! Recordings are private and will be removed from the PPX site after 2 months.

Karaoke is just one of the fun events taking place each week at the Oakley ...

789 Bloomfield Ave Nutley, NJ 07110

Oakley Kitchen and Cocktails

789 Bloomfield Ave
Nutley, NJ 07110

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Are you preparing to return to work? NJ TRANSIT is ready for you.

NEW JERSEY — The pandemic resulted in a unique work-from-home model for many New Jersey residents, with a “new normal” evolving as infection rates decline.

While some employers may intend to keep remote work options in place, a growing trend reveals many companies transitioning back to in-person workplaces.

Roadways already show evidence of rush-hour congestion as workers ...

What is a Wasp

Every year, around 62 people die from hornet, wasp, or bee stings. These creatures may be little, but they can be very dangerous if you or someone you know has an allergy. 

You may be allergic to a particular insect, which means it's important to know the difference between them.

So what is a wasp? And how can you identify them? We'll discuss these ...

Masks Required to Enter All Nutley Municipal Buildings

August 3, 2021

NUTLEY, NJ — Masks are now required to be worn by anyone entering a municipal building in the Township of Nutley. The masks must be in place prior to entering the building. 

The new guideline was put into place August 2, 2021. 

As the highly contagious delta variant of the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads across the country, TAPinto Nutley will continue to report the news that ...

Back to School Sports Physicals – An Important Health Screening

It’s back to school time, when we have a ton of things to check off the list: new books and supplies, new clothes, enrolling our children in sports, activities and more. Before completely checking off sports, consider getting your child a sports physical. A sports physical can help ensure children and teens are prepared to participate in athletics. It’s also a great opportunity to ...

Nutley's September to Remember Fireworks Spectacular Featuring the Duprees Scheduled for Friday Sept. 17, 2021

Mayor Mauro G. Tucci and the Nutley Board of Commissioners are pleased to announce “September to Remember” a Fireworks Spectacular featuring the fabulous sounds of The DUPREES. This event has been scheduled for Friday, September 17, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.  on Franklin Avenue between Chestnut Street and Church Street.

Michael Chieffo of DJMC Entertainment will open the evening with ...

Official Notice: Nutley Board of Education Retreat

June 29, 2021

In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, P.L. 1975c. 231, this is to advise that the Nutley Board of Education will hold a Board Retreat on Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at
5:00 pm in the Media Center at the John H. Walker Middle School to discuss district and board goals for 2021-2022.

Official Notice: Nutley Board of Education In-Person Meetings Through Jan 2022

In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, P.L. 1975c. 231, this is to advise that the Nutley Board of Education will hold Public Meetings at 6:30 pm in the John H.
Walker Middle School auditorium.

The agenda to the extent known will be available prior to the meeting on the Board website at https://nutleyschools.org or may be requested from the Board Secretary ...

Autism Awareness Month in Nutley as Seen 'In The Eyes of Alex '

April is Autism Awareness Month. Supporters across the country illuminate blue bulbs to mark the occasion and raise awareness. The Township of Nutley takes it a step further by illuminating municipal buildings in blue light for the entire month of April. 

Autism Awareness is not just limited to Nutley. In Paterson, the renovation of Lou Costello Park includes features ...

Newark Launches Pedestrian Safety Campaign Aimed to Deter Accidents  

August 3, 2021

NEWARK, NJ – When schools and businesses prepare to reopen across Newark in the coming weeks, crosswalks and city streets will likely be flooded with pedestrians traversing on foot. For the Newark Department of Public Safety, protecting those pedestrians will be a foremost priority. 

Determined to step up safety measures for residents, city officials on Monday launched a year-long ...

Outlining the Garden State by Lying Out in South Orange

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — New Jerseyans rarely need a reason to celebrate, but National New Jersey Day on July 27 was a great excuse for families to come out to Meadowland Park, even in the heat, to honor the Garden State.

Gathering on Flood's Hill and getting dinner delivered personally by Town Hall Deli's owner, Matt Wonski, having the kids play games with staff from the ...

Attorney General Releases Identities, Video and Audio Recordings in Fatal Newton Police Shooting

August 3, 2021

NEWTON, NJ—Audio and video recordings as well as the identities of the Newton police officers and the decedent involved in the shooting that happened on Clive Place on July 4, were released by the acting Attorney General Andrew Bruck on Monday.

The recordings are graphic and detailed, revealing the incident from several different perspectives, including the family member’s call to ...

NJ Man Succumbs to West Nile Virus

CAMDEN, NJ — COVID-19 is not the only virus the city is dealing with. On Saturday, the county announced that a case of West Nile Virus has been found in Camden.

A Camden man in his 60s was committed to a hospital with symptoms of West Nile Virus on July 16. He was later moved to another medical center, where he died. He tested positive for the virus.

“West Nile Virus ...

End of Summer Programs at Nutley Public Library for Children

The last day to participate in Nutley Public Library's Summer Reading Program is August 10, but the library still has plenty of events to offer in August, including virtual and in-person programs and drop-in activities. 

Upcoming programs include:

Finger Painting on Thursday, August 5 and Saturday, August 7 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM for ages 5 and under
Virtual LEGO Club on ...

August 2021 Programs at the Nutley Public Library

August 2-31 – Teen Sewing Workshops – Pick-up a sewing supply kit at the library and work a special project following a how-to video.  For all skill levels:  beginners to experts!  For teens entering grades 6-12 in Fall 2021.  Sign up at teenservices.nutleypubliclibrary.org

Monday, August 2 at 6:30 p.m. – Among us Game Club ...

Pet-Friendly NJ Restaurants Offer Menus for Your Dog

August 1, 2021

NEW JERSEY — Looking for a dog-friendly place to eat? You’re not alone.

Catering to the pet-loving crowd, some New Jersey restaurants are taking dog-friendly dining a step further by offering a special menu just for your pooch.

At Sheelen’s Crossing Bistro & Pub in Fanwood, the “woof” menu includes items such as beef, chicken, fish, rice, vegetables ...

In Season: The Best Ways to Cook NJ Sweet Corn

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For storage, keep fresh corn on the cob in the husk in the fridge. Once you’re ready to enjoy your corn, remove the husk and silk, wash it and try one of ...

Olympic Dreams

It is a sharp, sweltering summer day at the Ariake skateboard park in Tokyo. The air is sticky, and even though I am wearing loose, baggy trousers of white linen, they catch over my knees whenever I grab the board. I size up the course and nervously tug at my brightly patterned USA shirt to release the sweat-cling around my chest and shoulders.

Then I drop in.

It is my final run for gold ...

Letter to the Editor from NJDA Secretary Fisher concerning Spotted Lanternfly

July 6, 2021

New Jersey residents continue to be extremely concerned about the invasive Spotted Lanternfly (SLF), leading the New Jersey Department of Agriculture to field many phone calls, emails, and other messages asking what residents can do when they find SLF in their communities.

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Juneteenth: Why It Should Be Celebrated By All Americans

Juneteenth – it is a term heard more and more in the last several years, yet many people have no idea what it is. It is viewed by Black Americans as their Freedom or Emancipation Day, their Jubilee Day, their Black Independence Day. So, how did Juneteenth become “. . . the most popular annual celebration of emancipation from slavery in the United States?”*

The term is a ...

On3

Marriott AC/Element Hotel Approved for On3 campus on Nutley / Clifton Border

July 22, 2021

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Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine and Seton Hall University Opioid Conference to Feature Addiction Experts Working to Combat National Crisis

NUTLEY, NJ – Experts from Seton Hall University and Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine will host a virtual conference July 30 to address the record number of opioid deaths in the nation, treatment options and training clinicians to prescribe addiction medication.

The virtual conference, “Recovery from Opioid Use Disorders: State-of-the-Art Science to Advance Clinical ...

Potosnak Condemns Ciattarelli’s Horrible Anti-LGBT Platform

July 16, 2021

Ed Potosnak, an openly gay member of the Franklin Township Board of Education issued the following statement in his personal capacity in response to Gubernatorial Candidate Jack Ciattarelli’s homophobic comments:

“I am shocked and dismayed to learn Jack Ciattarelli is trying to win over votes on the backs of LGBT neighbors, parents, first responders, workers and ...

The Blue Suit and the Story of January 6th

Six months ago today I wore this blue suit as I cleaned the Capitol after the insurrection, now I just donated it to the Smithsonian. January 6th must never be forgotten. While some try to erase history, I will fight to tell the story so it never happens again.

Let me share with you my story.

When the Smithsonian asked me to donate the blue suit, I thought about how the suit itself is ...

End of Summer Programs for Children at Nutley Public Library

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The last day to participate in Nutley Public Library's Summer Reading Program is August 10, but the library still has plenty of events to offer in August, including virtual and in-person programs and drop-in activities. 

Upcoming programs include:

Finger Painting on Thursday, August 5 and Saturday, August 7 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM for ages 5 and under
Virtual LEGO Club on ...

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August 2-31 – Teen Sewing Workshops – Pick-up a sewing supply kit at the library and work a special project following a how-to video.  For all skill levels:  beginners to experts!  For teens entering grades 6-12 in Fall 2021.  Sign up at teenservices.nutleypubliclibrary.org

Monday, August 2 at 6:30 p.m. – Among us Game Club ...

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Washington, DC–– Today, Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) voted for emergency supplemental funding to reimburse the United States Capitol Police and the National Guard for expenses incurred ...

To the Dickens with Dickens

With so much emphasis being placed on STEM today, Language Arts (formerly known as English) has become less significant in the school curriculum. Grammar, punctuation, spelling, and vocabulary are touched on, but not emphasized as they used to be. Even cursive writing has been dropped from many school districts.

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The Jaffe Briefing - August 3, 2021

ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL – Welcome back to the stage, former Sen. Diana Allen. The moderate Republican from South Jersey is making a comeback, as the running mate for GOP gubernatorial hopeful Jack Ciattarelli. Allen is to be rolled out tomorrow as the candidate for lieutenant governor, with as much hoopla as possible. Allen is a good pick, a veteran news anchor from Philly who knows how to ...

5 Minute Intervals Or 30 Minutes At Once: Which Is Better?

Squeezing in time to exercise can be challenging, especially if you juggle a hectic schedule. But staying physically active is one of the most important things you can do for your health as you age.

Given the increasing popularity of 5-minute interval workouts (or High-Intensity Interval Training – HIIT), swapping short bursts of moderately intense and vigorous aerobic exercise followed ...

8 Simple Activities To Enjoy With Your Grandkids

Spending quality time with your grandkids (and kids) adds joy and laughter to any given day. Just basking in a child’s boundless energy and carefree silliness can boost your mood and make you smile. But joining in the fun also keeps you physically and mentally active – and research shows that multigenerational interaction is good for older adults and kids.

 

If you’re ...

Bring the Sunshine Indoors With These 4 Simple Décor Ideas

As summer approaches, everyone is eager to spend more time outside enjoying the sun. It’s also the perfect time to transition your home décor to reflect the added daylight and brightness outside. If you’re ready to bring more of the sunshine inside this season, here are four great ways to easily update your décor for a lighter and brighter feeling.

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How to Incorporate Chalk Paint Into Your Next Project

Chalk paint is all the rage for that cozy richness it gives to furniture, décor, and even walls. The matte finish adds a softness to bold colors and a thickness that covers even the most worn down surfaces.

 

Home decorating moguls love chalk paint, and now you can, too - here’s the lowdown on why, where, and how to use chalk paint for your next DIY decorating ...

TAPinto Denville Franchisee Joins Senior Team of African American Chamber of Commerce of NJ

DENVILLE, NJ -- The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ) announced the addition of Ferlanda Fox Nixon, Esq. -- franchisee, publisher, and editor of TAPinto Denville -- as chief of policy and government affairs. 

AACCNJ is a proactive advocacy group that provides a platform for New Jersey’s African-American business leaders to speak with a ...

Lifelong Journalist Finds Way To Keep News Passion Alive By Launching TAPinto Chatham

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - To reporters, news is more than a job, it’s a passion. For Ed Barmakian, news is his whole life. And when he saw his passion was in danger, he found a way to evolve to meet the times rather than lose what he loves. 

Barmakian launched TAPinto Chatham in July of 2013. He had recently retired from the Star Ledger after 33 as a sports journalist and editor. His ...

Summer Ad Trends That Help Your Business Beat The Heat And The Competition

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Summer is back and so are customers! With the worst of COVID-19 hopefully behind us, people are more excited than ever to get outside and enjoy the warm weather. For your business, this could be a huge opportunity to draw in new customers and gain additional revenue you may have lost during last year’s lockdown. 

With consumers looking to shop locally now more ...