Wearing digital red noses, Luke Parker Bowles and Tom Hall are bingeing movies for Red Nose Day, to help children who have been affected by COVID-19.
A chubby ant meets a friend in Anderson Park, in Beckett Simon's "Anthony and the Mole," a winner in the Anderson Park Short Story Contest.
Trombonist, drummer, guitar player Sammy Mellman, a MHS graduate, has released a song on Bandcamp, inspired by the quarantine.
While the 20020 Montclair Film Festival has been postponed this year, Montclair Film has pivoted and is holding Q&As and classes online.
The quarantine has changed some things, but writing can continue, just a little differently, writes Steph Auteri in her latest "All Write Now."
Montclair Public Library patrons are downloading eBooks, audiobooks and movies, though the library has closed its phsyical doors.
Montclair Film Festival will hold a live Q&A on its Facebook Page tonight about the documentary "Crip Camp," a film about handicapped teens turned activist.
Outpost in the Burbs is holding 10 concerts in its new series "Online at the Outpost." The series will take place on Thursdays and Saturdays through May.
Magical beings inhabit Anderson Park, in Abigail Shepheard-Walwyn's "Elves," one of the winners in this year's Anderson Park Short Story Contest.
Local theater and dance schools are offering online classes for kids, and some have found that there are even some benefits to going virtual.