Rachel Ross Episode of “Dining With The DJ”

Brining us the best of both worlds, the “Dining With The DJ” web-series combines conversation of event entertainment and fashion! Created by event entertainer, and founder of NinetyThree Entertainment, Artem Lomaz, this episode featured award winning blogger and mom-trepreneur, Rachel Ross. Artem and Rachel chat about her blog, motherhood, the importance of entertainment to weddings, and so much more! Key moments include Rachel’s recap of her encounters with Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen, Artem’s intrigue about 90’s fashion, and Rachel re-living her wedding reception.

In this four-part episode (with a bonus part five!) we learn about the evolution of Rachel’s fashion sense, and get Artem’s take on event preparation and approach to his Master of Ceremonies duties at weddings. The shared conversation was had over dinner and cocktails at David Todd’s City Tavern, in Morristown, and produced by Generic Brand Human.

Rachel’s blog, The Rachel Rossis an award-winning and acclaimed archive of her stylish and fashion-forward approach to life. With inspirational quotes, articles about raising her two daughters, and photos of her daily looks, every young woman can relate. Her adventurous spirit is evident throughout her writing and the emotional investment within some of her heart-warming articles is to be of notice. In the rare case that Rachel doesn’t bring enough sass to an article or photo shoot, her eldest daughter more than makes up for it!

Artem’s company, NinetyThree Entertainment, provides luxury entertainment services for events such as weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, and corporate events throughout the tri-state area. Artem is present at every event and coordinates with his DJs and bands as the Principal Event Host to ensure a smooth-flowing celebration, topped with detail-oriented preparation, and an elegant presentation style. For a consultation, you can reach Artem at contact@93entertainmentNJ.com or directly at 973-908-8859.

Filming and production of the “Dining With The DJ” series is done by Generic Brand Human’s GBH Events, a company focused on capturing all of life’s photo and video-worthy moments, while providing a high-end level of service.

The host restaurant, David Todd’s City Tavern, is located in the heart of Morristown, on South Street, and features an eclectic menu, bar, and monthly tasting events.

Below are the links to each part of the episode:

Part I 

Part II

Part III

Part IV

Part V

wood watches by jord

The Hip List: Wood Watches By Jord

Wood is what holds homes together, it is what we walk on when we vacation at the Jersey Shore, it stands tall in our forests. Rethink this sturdy material and picture it around your wrist, telling time.

Unlike the other uses of wood mentioned above, with Jord watches, wood is the main feature.

Jord translates to earth, soil, land in Swedish and speaks true to the concept of the Jord watch. Entwined in each timepiece is an appreciation for natural elements, simplicity, efficiency and above all utility.

“Jord owners don’t just have somewhere to be, they have somewhere to go. We believe our watches tell more than time,” according to woodwatches.com.

Each watch is designed to be as unique as its owner. With selections including colorful faces, square and round pieces, multi-colored wooden bands, and untraditional wooden blends, you’re sure to find your Jord perfect match!

“Our methods ensure that our watches are not just worn, they’re used,” Jord’s website reads.

Wear your Jord like a boss, use it like it’s your job.

For more information, visit WoodWatches.com.

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Exit 82 Theater Company Presents “Rock of Ages”

#HipNJ, be prepared to rock!

Rock of Ages came off Broadway this past winter and landed right in Toms River, NJ at Exit 82 Theater Company!  This was the show’s very first off-Broadway production in the country.

“The show is an explosion of 80’s rock music, set to a not-so-deep plot to introduce non-theatre goers to the experience,” said “Rock of Ages” music director and Strand Theatre’s producing artistic director, Anthony D’Amato.

From the performers to the audience, D’Amato said everyone has a blast.

“There’s 15 or so performers on stage who love each other and are just having a blast…and it shows,” D’Amato said.

Co-founder of Exit 82 and executive director and producer of “Rock of Ages”, Keely Davenport, said “Rock of Ages” was Exit 82’s best performance yet!

“It was a bigger show all the way around so bigger budget, bigger sound, better talent,” Davenport explained.

As for the theater company, Exit 82 is in their seventh season and on their eleventh production. Exit 82 is committed to producing up to three huge productions a year at their new home: Strand Theatre, according to Davenport.

“We all band together and put on this amazing show so it’s an incredible collaborative group of people,” Davenport said.

Davenport mentioned that this theater group is all volunteer, saying they call themselves a family.

For one rockin’ theater experience you know what exit to take.

For more information, visit Exit82Theatre.com.

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L to R:  Anthony D’Amato, Musical Director; Keely Davenport, Producer; Sean Openshaw, Director/Choreographer

Review by Hip New Jersey correspondent Kimberley Merlo.  

 

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