Meg Wolitzer will discuss her new book during the Montclair Literary Festival.
Melissa D. Sullivan asks: why write?
If you haven't heard Bach on the harpischord, you haven't really heard Bach, Sean Price says.
The company of "Almost, Maine" look inside themselves for their vignettes.
New recording facility Sound on Sound Studios aims to add world-class recording capability to the arts community in Montclair.
There's no sophomore slump for the second outing of the Montclair Literary Festival, which begins on March 15.
Journalism is evolving: not dying, say the student team of News Lab at MSU.
With "Contrasts," David Chan shows his skill in season planning, writes William Amory.
"Unseen" reveals New York Times photos of black history.
Creativity sometimes comes in the making: that's the theme of "Making as Thinking," the new show in Studio Montclair's new home.