Khailyn Hughes-Sellers' spoken-word poem "Because I'm Black" won the middle school division of the Poetry Slam at the Montclair Literary Festival 2019.
Color-coded planners have always helped writer Melissa D. Sullivan stay on track. The power of the deadline is real, she writes in "All Write Now."
In her latest "Robin's Nest," Robin Woods learns about the making of a quilt from a Montclair circle, and the painting of a home portrait.
Parents Who Rock's 14th annual summer event raises money for children's dental care through KinderSmile on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 7. Medicaid wanted to pull...
Eleven New Jersey dance schools and New York and New Jersey dance companies including this year's commissioned choreographer, Oluwadamilare 'Dare' Ayorinde, perform for Montclair's...
Montclair High School graduate Julia Phillips, author of acclaimed debut novel "Disappearing Earth," will speak at Montclair Public Library.
"Second Sight," a solo exhibition by artist Melissa Capasso, begins tonight at Gold/Scopophilia, and runs through Oct. 9.
'Heading Home," a film about the national Israeli baseball team, featuring many Jewish-Americans, plays in Montclair Sept. 6-8.
Parents Who Rock will perform on Saturday, Sept. 7, to benefit KinderSmile Foundation, who have been providing dentistry to a Syrian family.
Oluwadamilare “Dare” Ayorinde, called Dare (pronounced Da-ray), is this year’s Emerging Commissioned New Jersey Choreographer award from Dance on the Lawn.