Theater Review: ‘Julius Caesar,’ a play for our times

St. James Players' production of William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," running through Sunday, Sept. 22, highlights the play's modernity.

Rodney Leinberger puts video camera down

Videographer Rodney Leinberger, who has recorded more than 100 concerts and recitals at MSU, has stepped away from the video camera.

In brief: Open Book/Open Mind hosts Marcy Dermansky

Open Book/Open Mind hosts author Marcy Dermansky on Sunday, Sept. 15, 4 p.m., at the Montclair Public Library, 50 South Fullerton Ave.

In brief: Julia Louis-Dreyfus to appear at Montclair Film benefit

Stephen Colbert ("The Late Show") will interview Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("Veep") for Montclair Film's ninth annual benefit at NJPAC on Dec. 7, 2019.

Art is inspired by quilts at Studio Montclair exhibit

"Inspired by Quilts," a new show at Studio Montclair, presented by SMI and the Montclair History Center, shows new quilts as modern history. Through Oct. 19.

British rocker Lloyd Cole comes to the Outpost

British rocker Lloyd Cole (Lloyd Cole and The Commotions; "Perfect Skin") brings music and insight to Outpost in the Burbs on Friday.

Local writing/Montclair Literary Festival: ‘Because I’m Black’ by Khailyn Hughes-Sellers

Khailyn Hughes-Sellers' spoken-word poem "Because I'm Black" won the middle school division of the Poetry Slam at the Montclair Literary Festival 2019.

All Write Now: The power of the deadline

Color-coded planners have always helped writer Melissa D. Sullivan stay on track. The power of the deadline is real, she writes in "All Write Now."

Robin’s Nest: A quilt or a painting from the heart

In her latest "Robin's Nest," Robin Woods learns about the making of a quilt from a Montclair circle, and the painting of a home portrait.

Photos: Parents Who Rock’s music makes the KinderSmile’s kinder smile

Parents Who Rock's 14th annual summer event raises money for children's dental care through KinderSmile on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 7. Medicaid wanted to pull...