University News Stop 310 Irvington Ave, South Orange, NJ07079 University News Stop offers daily goods, including candy, papers, cigarettes and milk. It also offers copies,…More lottery tickets, key cutting and Western Union. With a short walk from SHU campus its a great place for students to pick up the basics.
Garden State News & Village Smoke Shop 4 Village Plaza, South Orange, NJ07079 Hari "Bobby" Kansara has owned and operated this South Orange mainstay since 1983. He offers 300 magazine titles, 20…More newspaper titles, lottery tickets, snack foods and a range of tobacco products. The store also has an ATM.
Heart and Soul Catering 31 Vose Ave, South Orange, NJ07079 Heart and Soul is owned by Chef Jesse Jones. Chef Jones has been cooking for over 25 years and specializes in classic…More Southern cooking. In addition to catering, he offers cooking lessons and food and wine tastings. Check his Web site for news, recipes, menus and even video.
The library is open seven days a week. The children's room is on the ground floor, and the main library is on the…More second floor with stacks on the third floor.
There are 230 newspaper and magazine titles besides microfilm holdings of the New York Times and the South Orange/Maplewood News Record.
Library cards are available to South Orange residents with one form of identification that includes their address. Children can obtain library cards as soon as they're able to print their full names. Melissa Kopecky is the librarian.
SOMAtv and the Columbia Cable Network air on South Orange Cablevision Channel 19 and Maplewood Comcast Channel 35.…More For South Orange FIOS subscribers, it's Channel 22.
Programming includes broadcasts of South Orange and Maplewood public meetings and Board of Ed meetings, interviews with local officials and personalities, and Columbia High School-produced news and features by the TV production classes.
Taping is done at Columbia High School. Production takes place on Tuesdays and Thursday nights.
The station manager is Tom Jeron.
SOMAtv programming includes "Nostalgia Alley," a look at South Orange/Maplewood history; "Girl Talk" with Donna Sill, a talk session with middle-school girls; "Books In Action" with Melissa Kopecky (South Orange head librarian), Jim Horton, Laura Kuemer or Larry Petraccaro; and "Meet the Artist" with Nancy Heinz-Glaser.