Taubman

Culture in brief: Dorothy Taubman piano festival June 28-30

The eighth annual Taubman piano festival will take place June 28-30 at Montclair State University, featuring recitals by Mika Sasaki and Tiffany Poon.
musketeers

Theater review: ‘Three Musketeers’ distracts, delightfully

Montclair's Rick Sordelet directs an entertaining if not exhilarating production of "The Three Musketeers," based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas, at STNJ.
show

Culture in brief: [title of show] is final show at NLT

[title of show], a musical about four friends, which received a Tony Award nomination for best musical in 2009, closes the Nutley Little Theatre season.

A Montclair Tall Tale: “Howdy, Neighbor,” Part 2

In Chapter Two of 'Howdy, Neighbor," Katheleen Noland has a Jersey Devil sighting. What will happen in chapter three? Write it for us!
bibliophiles

The Bibliophiles to discuss ‘Becoming’ at MAM

The Bibliophiles, America's oldest incorporated black book club, will present a discussion of Michelle Obama's "Becoming" at MAM on Saturday, June 22.
Drag Queen Story Hour

Pride Month: Ms. Harmonica Sunbeam brings Drag Queen Story Hour to town

Ms. Harmonica Sunbeam will leadDrag Queen Story Hour, with stories, crafts and sparkles, at Kidville and Bnai Keshet during Pride Month.
Make music

Montclair Make Music Day catches fire

Montclair Make Music Day(s), Friday June 21 and Saturday June 22, will have more than 100 performers in about 40 venues this year.
Anderson Park

Local writing/Anderson Park: ‘Stand Up’ by Maxwell Kumahor

Maxwell Kumahor's "Stand Up" is one of the winners in the inaugural Anderson Park Short Story Contest, a competition for middle school students.

Pride Month: Love speaks its name, in ‘Love Wins’

The story of 50 years of love for Jan Moore and Emily Sonnessa, "Love Wins," will screen on Saturday, June 15, 3 p.m., at UUCM, followed by a Q&A.
Cantor

All in a day’s work: portraits of workers by Phil Cantor

Phil Cantor's exhibition, "Line of Work," includes portraits of more than 40 locals, photographed with the tools of their trades.