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Females Welcome

Come for the feminine wisdom circle, stay for the wine and cheese. Tomorrow night, 7 pm., it's a girls night, hosted by "four feminine business owners" (Wise Woman Birthways, Starseed Yoga & Wellness, Three Chicks Cookie Company and host Orange Kangaroo) who promise to take women on a "unique and inspirational journey manifesting intention and higher purpose." Wisdom and wine comes cheap -- a $5 suggested donation which goes directly to Global Maternal/Child Health Association. 575 Bloomfield Ave., Montclair.

Meanwhile, share some feminine wisdom of your own, or something Mom used to say, or anything else, now...

March 27, 2006 in Only in Montclair, The Daily Chat | Permalink


er, I don't consider myself stupid, and I am a woman, but I don't have even a clue what they're offering. anyone?

Posted by: Vintage | Mar 27, 2006 4:37:05 PM

Me neither. But I did see the word "cookies" and that's good enough for me.

Posted by: Miss Martta | Mar 27, 2006 4:42:16 PM

An Invitation for you….. To restore your creative self as you experience a Creative Feminine Wisdom Circle. Starseed Yoga’s Founder and Director Jyoti Crystal will lead this unique journey using the language of inspirational images to awaken your inner creative spirit.This sacred art making event will be followed by conversation, ruminations, and a wine and cheese social gathering.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006, Orange Kangaroo Café and Art Studio- 575 Bloomfield Ave. Montclair NJ--7:00 pm A Collaborative Event Sponsored by Four Wise Feminine Businesses: 3 Chicks Cookie Company; Orange Kangaroo Art Studio & Café; Starseed Yoga & Wellness Center; and Wise Woman Birthways, LLC.

Posted by: quaker-oats | Mar 27, 2006 5:06:09 PM

(they're witches I tell you.)

Posted by: Right of Center™ | Mar 27, 2006 5:08:03 PM


Posted by: State Street Pete | Mar 27, 2006 5:17:11 PM

"Sometimes I go about in pity for myself, and all the while the Great Winds carries me across the sky"
OJIBE saying....

Posted by: cstarling | Mar 27, 2006 6:00:35 PM

My mom once said "If anyone asks why you curse so much tell them your mother doesn't know where the f-ck you got it from." Oh Joyce.

Posted by: katie | Mar 27, 2006 6:07:57 PM

Speaking of cstarling's quote, why doesn't anyone ever talk about the Sopranos on the page? There was all this talk about it before the new season started and now I hear nothing. I wanted to read other people's opinions but nothing.

Posted by: katie | Mar 27, 2006 6:13:08 PM

Me and the GF made a compromise...we watch "Desperate Housewives" on Sunday and then the episode of Soprano's later in the week. I will offer you my special opinion later in the week...grrrrrr.

Posted by: Iceman | Mar 27, 2006 6:49:38 PM

Viewership of Sopranos is down 25%. That leaves Iceman as the only other B-net viewer.

Posted by: crank | Mar 27, 2006 6:53:21 PM

I got tickets for Sat 4/15...Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown at the 'Turning Point' in Piermont, NY. Seen him a lot live and he may be the best guitarist I've ever heard. Clapton and his wannabes can't change Kim's strings

Posted by: Iceman | Mar 27, 2006 6:56:08 PM

I saw SB at Turning Point a couple years ago (seen 'em at other venues as well). I agree, they are terrific. Hellbound Train, oh my. Turning Point is a great small room to see them in too.

Saw Ray Davies at Irving last night. 2&1/2 hrs of brilliant songs, what a show.

Posted by: crank | Mar 27, 2006 6:59:04 PM

Last night's episode was meh.

Posted by: Miss Martta | Mar 27, 2006 7:01:18 PM

Katie: If the Barista won't start a usual Monday thread for Sopranos fans, here are a few alternatives for you.





Posted by: Jim | Mar 27, 2006 7:17:23 PM

Ohmigod. I just got my NY Magazine and there's a feature story on Johnny Damon! Be still, my heart!

Posted by: Miss Martta | Mar 27, 2006 7:20:06 PM

Savoy Brown? Boy, I remember when "Lonesome Dave" Peverett sang with them. (Boy, I remember when Peverett was even young, let alone still alive.) 'Shake 'em on down' and all that.

Iceman, it sounds great to me, but aren't you worried that notteham will now denounce you as addicted to "rhythmless 60's and 70's rock?" He does seem, after all, to think that much of the problem with conservatives is that their musical tastes don't agree with his. (Somehow, too, his tastes thus seem to translate into the support for terrorism he consistently evinces.)

So watch it. But have a great time anyway. And tell me, does The Turning Point have a liquor license? At least a boiled sangria license?

Posted by: cathar | Mar 27, 2006 7:22:33 PM

oh, yes, i've been to many a show and have enjoyed an accompanying adult beverage (or two). Notteham, I think, had good things to say about Southern Rock. My fav rock band is and has always been the Allman Bros. Band.

Lonesome Dave...RIP...He sure made Foghat a band of the 70s.

Posted by: Iceman | Mar 27, 2006 7:38:06 PM

Miss M and Johnny
sittin in a tree

Red Sox Nation.

Opening Day is next Monday.

Die Yankees Die

Posted by: Iceman | Mar 27, 2006 7:41:15 PM

Slow Ride
Take it easy...

It's the Mets
who must die.

Posted by: Miss Martta | Mar 27, 2006 8:14:40 PM

The Mets have died a thousand deaths. And yet, they live.

Go Zombie Mets!

Posted by: appletony | Mar 27, 2006 8:19:40 PM

Miss M,
Love the Foghat reference...that was a rock band. Best to listen to in an altered state (if u get my vibe).

Posted by: Iceman | Mar 27, 2006 8:28:19 PM

I liked last night's Soprano's episode, especially the part where Tony (Kevin Finnerty) goes to his "family reunion" and sees Tony B. Pretty creepy with 'young' Meadow yelling from beyond . . .

Posted by: justeL | Mar 27, 2006 8:36:23 PM

Sorry Iceman. Don't read my last post. :)

Posted by: justeL | Mar 27, 2006 8:37:30 PM

I liked last nights show too, I think they can do no wrong. I am on a constant Sopranos feed, I started watching Season 1 in January and now I'm all caught up. I also liked how in Tony's dream sequences he doesn't have his Jersey accent (If you noticed that). I also like how Buschemi wasn't Tony B he was credited as "Man".

Posted by: katie | Mar 27, 2006 8:44:21 PM

Oh man, Jim, I can't take it, I randomly chose the third link you posted up there and no one has anything good to say, so bad. I'll try out the other ones though, thanks.

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