In brief: ‘Two Pianos’ honors Holocaust survivors

'Two Pianos' concert on Sunday, Oct. 27, in Newark, honors, Halina Neuman, grandmother of Montclair resident Edward Hoffman, and her friendship with Anna Bieler, before and after the Holocaust.

Program notes: saved from the bell

In her latest 'Program Notes,' Features Editor Gwen Orel recalls the little bell in books and records, and how she learned to read.

What book(s) are you reading?

Here's a book or two for your To Be Read list, in honor of The Little Read.

Theater review: Judy Garland finds her way

We're in on the rise of Frances Gumm to Judy Garland in "Chasing Rainbows: the Road to Oz" at Paper Mill Playhouse, starring Ruby Rakos.

MADLOM feels the vibration

Children feel the vibration, and connect to one another, in MADLOM's drum circles, and with dance and phsyical theater. The group performs this weekend.

Culture in brief: Montclair Film holds documentary film weekend

Montclair Film will screen six films this weekend, Oct. 18-20, in its first annual documentary weekend at Cinema505, 505 Bloomfield Ave.

In brief: Montclair Design Week begins

On Oct. 18-27, Montclair Design Week (MDW) will hold more than 60 events including panels, workshops, culinary festivities, installations and competitions.

Culture in brief: Mrs. Stern (Hannah Arendt) at Luna Stage

Jenny Lyn Bader’s “Mrs. Stern Wanders The Prussian State Library,” inspired by events in the life of Hannah Arendt, begins its run at Luna Stage tonight.

Magical Library: Little Read highlights stories for all

The Little Read marathon takes place today and over the next few days. Celebrities, politicians and Montclairites will tell stories to children, sitting in the Big Red Chair.

Performance review: Captivating work of Bogart and Streb in ‘Falling and Loving’

In "Falling & Loving," theater revolutionaries Anne Bogart, Elizabeth Streb and Charles Mee joined forces to present physical, avant-garde work.