FEED YOUR FACE: Pear, Egg & Farmer’s Cheese.

The best ingredients for face masks are always organic and made with ingredients you can find in your fridge! This mask made with pear and farmers cheese was specially created by Iva Sebestyan, owner of the facial spa, Flora’s Cottage in Ridgewood!  Also Read: 8 Tips for Making the Most of Your Mask Ingredients 1/2 a pear 1 egg yolk […]

Ridgewood’s Wiffle For Cancer

The 14th Annual Wiffle For Cancer Tournament Sunday, June 10th, 12pm  •  Ridgewood High School Click here to register! Wiffle for Cancer began 14 years ago as a wiffle ball tournament raising money for the Nick Currey Fund for Ewing Sarcoma Research. Nick Currey was a 19-year old Ridgewood boy who lost his life in 2005 […]

Don’t Miss: Ridgewood ARTBeat 2018

The 2nd Annual Ridgewood ArtBeat  •  Tuesday, June 12  •   8:30 – 9:45pm Kasschau Memorial Bandshell on Vet’s Field Also read: New Openings Around Ridgewood Co-Chairs and RHS students Sophia Swanson and Jack Shigeta are at it again bringing music to our community! For the second year, the Ridgewood ARTBeat committee has partnered with the Kasschau Memorial Bandshell Committee […]

Junior New Players Summer Camp

Do you have a child in the 4th-8th grade who loves to act? Don't miss the sign-ups for Junior New Players camp.

When It Comes to Eating, Orange is the New Black

Join Annie and create fall recipes with a healthy twist incorporating orange foods.  Each week will have a featured ingredient used to make one savory dish and one dessert. Menu highlights include: Pumpkin and Farro Risotto with Rosemary Pesto, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bars Twice Baked Sweet Potato ‘Tacos’ with all the fixings, Sweet Potato Cornbread […]

Comic Con for the Whole Family

Come in your favorite costume to the Ridgewood Public Library for its first Annual Comic Con this Saturday.

Last Minute Summer Camps

If summer vacation is seeming endless and you need ideas for your kids, here are some late august camps to get you through.

How to Eat Healthy on a Budget

Eating healthy can be quite costly, but I have some tips to cut costs without cutting out these nutritious and tasty foods.

Spring Break Staycation Ideas

No school? No worries. There's plenty to do right in the tri-state area. Take your kids on a day trip. You might not have time to see these exhibits normally, so a staycation is a great opportunity to get some culture. It will be a lot of fun and great education for the whole family.

Wall Angels

This exercise will help re-align your spine and train your postural muscles to help you look taller and more confident.


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