Montclair Film Festival: Truth is difficult- awards presented

By GWEN OREL orel@montclairlocal.newsThere was a theme at the Jury Award presentation Saturday night: truth-telling is more important than ever.The awards ceremony was held at...
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Scholastic award winners: students speak with images

Montclair students make art for the world's sake: Scholastic Awards winners use art to speak.
LaBute

First person: an unlikeable ‘Guy’ at Studio Players

Assistant Stage Manager Lisa Annitti describes working on Neil LaBute's play "Some Girl(s)" at Studio Playhouse.

The brain makes beautiful music: Lois Svard will speak at the Taubman Piano Festival...

Taubman Piano Festival Friday-Sunday, June 23-25 Cali School of Music“Neuroscience and Piano Performance” Dr. Lois Svard Friday, June 23, 1-2:15 p.m., G-55 Montclair State University 1...
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Montclair Local theater review: Sex and Death and Tranquility

By GWEN OREL orel@montclairlocal.newsTongues get tied in the face of death. People go silent when dealing with injury. In the face of death and injury, it’s...
Great American Read

Montclair Public Library loves the Great American Read

Montclair Public Library presents programming to go with the PBS Great American Read.
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Theater review: star turns in outstanding ‘Appropriate’ at Studio Playhouse

"Appropriate" features some of the best acting you'll see in New Jersey.
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Montclair author probes gender wage gap in ‘The Cost of Being a Girl’

By KELLY NICHOLAIDES For Montclair Local Probing the gender wage gap issue, “The Cost of Being a Girl” uses large-scale data and individual narratives to reveal...

Harlem Renaissance: Ain’t Misbehavin’ comes to NJPAC

Just in time for Black History Month: "Ain't Misbehavin'" brings Fats Waller and the Harlem Renaissance to NJPAC.
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Culture in brief: photographs of landscape of Montclair in two local shows

“Anatomy of a Neighborhood: The Poetics of Local Landscape,” an exhibition of photographs by Elaine Schenkel, opens at The Creativity Caravan, 28 South Fullerton Ave., on Saturday, Sept. 8, with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m.