Montclairians continue to watch movies and books during this pandemic. Here are the top downloads from Montclair Public Library.
Montclair Film and Montclair State University will begin showing films to drive-up moviegoers.
Vaurie Wilson's "The Wishing Willow,' the third winner in the Anderson Park Short Story contest, imagines good kid — and bullies — and a magic tree.
Valentina Roever didn't know she had won the grand prize in the "Rightfully Hers Youth Art Competition" until she arrived at the National Archives.
The Montclair Art Museum has announced that Ira Wagner has been appointed interim director. Wagner began his tenure on Monday, May 18.
Montclair Literary Festival offers its ticketed author conversations online, and some authors and editors find there is a new intimacy in that.
The late, beloved author Dorothea Benton Frank and daughter Victoria Benton Frank wrote "Teddy Spaghetti" together. It came out on May 12.
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.