b'Especially now, it is important to thank those who are doing so much for us.TO ALL THE nurses doctorshealth care workers EMTs police firefightersessential workersTHANKYOU Maplewood is extraordinary, Stphane says. We have just enough nature. We have just enough people. Good restaurants and coffee shops." And it\'s the town where heCity to SuburbsBuyingSellingRelocations First Time Buyersmet wife, Stefanie. Susan Blodgett, ABR Broker / Sales Associateother cities and countries through theNew York and close enough to New973-214-4636 world, he loves that hes able to pres- York.thevibeisincredible.SchoolsSusan.Blodgett@cbmoves.coment this event in his own town. He re- are great. There are lots of artists andGinny Spiegel located to Maplewood permanently inmusicians.ItskindoflikeadreamSales Associate2010, settling less than a mile from Theworld. 973-219-8865 Woodland;hiswife,Stefanie,teachesFortickets,programdetails,andVirginia.Spiegel@cbmoves.comfifthgradeatClintonElementaryother information about the Django a145 Maplewood Avenue,Maplewood, NJ@WeKnowNJRealEstate School. His 5-year-old son, Henri, at- GogoInternationalMusicFestivals973-378-8300tends kindergarten at Tuscan Elemen- threefall2020performances,visitSERVICEKNOWLEDGEEXPERTISE tary School while his 3-year-old daugh- djangoagogo.com. ter, Marcelle, is a student at Open DoorDonny Levit is a journalist, writer, and Nursery School in Millburn. Maplewood resident. He is the author of Maplewoodisextraordinary,heRock n Roll Lies, 10 Stories. You can says. We have just enough nature. Wehear him DJ his show Under the Influ-havejustenoughpeople.Goodres- ence on Bone Pool Radio. Follow him onThank You.taurants and coffee shops. The train isTwitter@donnyreportsandInstagram right there. Were just far enough from@undertheinfluenceradio.THANK YOU TOTHE HEALTHCARETHANK YOUWORKERS. THEFOR YOURSALES CLERKS. CONTINUED THE DELIVERYSUPPORT OFWORKERS.ANDOUR SMALLALL WHO FINDBUSINESSES.THEMSELVES ONTHE "FRONT LINE."COMMUNITY MATTERSFOR CURRENT BUSINESS OPERATIONS ON SPRINGFIELD AVE:SPRINGFIELDAVENUE.COM/COVID19-UPDATESL to R: Thor Jensen, Daisy Castro, Nick Anderson, Ari Folman-Cohen, and Stphane Wrembel live at the Charm City Django Jazz Festival in Baltimore, February 2020.Photo credit:Casey Vockfeature story /11'