Montclair filmmaker learned about America in ‘Mayor Mohamed’

Jeffrey Togman's documentary follows the story of Mohamed Khairullah, mayor of Prospect Park since 2006.

She’s Black, gay, loves STEM and hopes to be the next Miss USA NJ

Taylor Lee hopes to defy expectations in the pageant, and change what she calls the "cookie cutter" stereotype of what a contestant should be.

In Harmony Montclair show to fundraise for IMANI

The group's seventh annual benefit show can be streamed virtually on July 15 at 8 p.m. on In Harmony Montclair's YouTube channel.

Montclair Orchestra program provides mentorship for female conductors

The program is in partnership with Valissima Institute.

Montclair Jazz Festival kickoff concert rescheduled for Thursday, July 15

Because of severe weather in the forecast due to Tropical Storm Elsa, the 12th annual Montclair Jazz Festival kickoff concert has been rescheduled from...

Annual Sousa/Broadway Band Concert set for July 14 at St. James

The free concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. and last for one hour.

Montclair Jazz Festival is back, starts this month at Lackawanna Plaza

This year, the festival will be spread out over three months, with performances starting July 9.

At Kemet Festival, you’ll be ‘on Black ground, a giving ground’

Importantly, event organiser ROSTAFA said, kemet isn’t exclusionary — it gives to and welcomes everyone.

Jazz House Kids will livestream benefit concert on June 29

The concert features jazz artists Christian McBride, Ravi Coltrane, Jeff "Tain" Watts and Christian Sands.

Members of Montclair Write Group contributed to award-winning book on pandemic

Four members of the Montclair Write Group contributed to "Corona City: Voices from an Epicenter," an anthology of COVID-19 stories and photographs. The collaborative...