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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.

Montclair theater review: Too much ‘stays’ at Dreamcatcher

"What Stays," about a matriarch packing up her house, still feels a little cluttered.
Born yesterday

Culture in brief: Studio Players presents ‘Born Yesterday”

Studio Players presents Garson Kanin's Washington-based satire "Born Yesterday" from Friday, March 29, to Sunday, April 13.
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Second annual SOMA Film Festival takes place this weekend

The SOMA Film Festival will have its second season this weekend, Friday, March 10, through Sunday, March 12. SOMA Film Festival Director Matt Smollon...

NaNoWriMo starts today, Montclair Public Library offers help

For the fifth year, Montclair Public Library will participate in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). During NaNoWriMo, beginning Nov. 1, participants work toward the...
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NJ Film history at Oscar Shorts Underdogs

David Schoner, associate director of the NJ Motion Picture and Television Commission, will speak on Saturday at Oscar Shorts.
Diaz

Photos by Armando ‘OUTthere’ Diaz capture energy

“Everybody’s Got a Little Light Under the Sun,” an exhibition of photographs by Montclair’s Armando “OUTthere” Diaz, captrue energy exchanges.
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Montclair Public Library popular downloads

Montclair Public Library patrons are downloading eBooks, audiobooks and movies, though the library has closed its phsyical doors.
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Healing journeys: cancer survivors tell stories to sold-out audience

By GIOYA MCRAE For Montclair Local The narratives covered broken relationships and supportive spouses, lingering fears and sprinkles of humor, humbling experiences and strengths gained. Thirteen...

Culture competition: logo contest from Indie Arts

The newly formed collective made up of local artists, musicians, and community activists, Indie Arts Montclair (I AM), is in need of a logo...