Hat City celebrates three years with an art exhibit
Hat City Kitchen marks three years with a show of local artists. The opening is Saturday, Feb. 2, from 5 - 7 p.m. Familiar local faces include Terry Boddie, Bill Cofone, Porl Gordon, Kathleen Heron, Jody Leight, Robert Lach, Susan Lisbin, Mansa Mussa, Jeremy Moss, Robert Ramos, Lisa Suss , Heidi Sussman, Sylvia Boe Taylor, Elizabeth Winchester, Florence Weisz and Sybil Archibald among others. Hat City Kitchen opened early in 2010. When nearby businesses closed in the late 1920s and took with them Orange's designation as hat-maker to the world, the factories remained. Between Orange's Highland Station and South Orange's Mountain Station, narrow streets are lined with homes, businesses that once served the hatters, and, now, a restaurant …
Progressive wonks can party the night away in the Valley Arts District.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Notices for bands and events from Hat City Kitchen in Orange come across the email transom fairly frequently here at Patch. But notices for celebrations of legislation passed by the U.S. Congress are rather rare. Hence, they catch our attention. Yesterday, this notice came across our desktop. We were intrigued: Celebrate the Second Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act with Citizen Action! When President Obama signed the national health reform law on March 23, 2010, it marked an historic achievement in American history on par with the passage of Social Security and Medicare. The law establishes a framework to provide health security for all, and takes immediate steps in that direction and gives health care advocates a strong foundation …