Katie Diamond Opens Second Store in Ho-Ho-Kus

Katie Diamond Jewelry has opened a clothing store, Collective, just up the street. “We will focus on collaborations and pop-ups with other brands,” Katie Diamond says. “We’ve had such a positive experience partnering with other small designers and charities in the past that we wanted to expand on that. Basically, this is a clothing counterpart to our jewelry store.” Collective hopes to have something for everyone with T-shirts, leisurewear, dresses, designer collections, as well as pieces under $100, and of course, jewelry and other accessories to complement the clothing. KatieDiamondJewelery.com

Benares Opens in Wyckoff

Owners of the popular Tribeca restaurant with the same name have opened Benares at the Boulder Run Shopping Center in Wyckoff. Offering contemporary authentic Indian cuisine, they specialize in Tandoori dishes and include a menu inspired by the Western Indian state of Utter Pradesh, home to the city of Benares, known for its vegetarian dishes. Meat and seafood options are available as well. Ask for the Sevai Tomato Kurma: mussels, scallops, rock shrimp and crab claws tossed in a garlic tomato sauce over Indian style rice noodles. Open every day for lunch and dinner. BenaresNJ.com

Waldwick Offers Yoga in the Park

Back for its third year, Waldwick’s Yoga in the Park offers classes that include movement to help improve flexibility and strength and also meditation and breath work to quiet the mind and release stress. Combining three ancient practices, yoga, Qi Gong and meditation, classes are geared toward beginners, with more advanced movement available for the more experienced. Starting July 7 and running through the end of August, classes are held every Sunday from 9:15–10:15 a.m .at the town’s Borough Park Pavilion A, located at the park entrance. Classes will be led by Waldwick resident and certified yoga and Qi Gong instructor Karen Livanos-Centauro. Registration is required. There is a fee, and participants must bring their own yoga mat, water and towel. WaldwickNJ.org

Emmanuel Cancer Foundation Caseworker Receives Honor

Emmanuel Cancer Foundation’s Caitlin Yanowitz recently received the Outstanding Nonprofit Advocate honor by the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. For 36 years, ECF has offered free services for families facing pediatric cancer, including emotional and advocacy support by professional caseworkers like Caitlin; donations of food, clothing and toys; as well as emergency financial assistance. “Caitlin’s devotion to the families she serves is astounding. She truly has become invaluable to the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation,” ECF Executive Director Joann Passantino says. EmmanuelCancer.org