Photo gallery: Fine Art and Crafts Show in Brookdale Park

More than 150 vendors from New Jersey to California, Maine to Florida and even Toronto show and sell their wares along the paths in...
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Pencils raised: poetry contest for Montclair Local

For a special feature in observance of National Poetry Month, send us your short poems on the subject of travel. It doesn’t have to...
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Open Book/Open Mind: Mastering a plan, finding a purpose

Chris Wilson went from being sentenced to life in prison at 18, to a life filled with purpose on the outside. He will discuss "The Master Plan" at the Montclair Public Library in Open Book/Open Mind.
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Culture in brief: Dance on the Lawn returns in September

Dance on the Lawn free dance festival will take place on Sunday, Sept. 8.

Studio Montclair asks for art that celebrates

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Studio Montclair invites submissions of art that “celebrates celebrating.”SMI writes that they are “interested in work inspired by victories...
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Friends and neighbors: Richard Thompson, a Celt in the garden (with guitar)

Guitar and folk legend Richard Thompson talks about his Scottish heritage, his OBE, his musical practice and more in the latest "Friends and Neighbors."
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Montclair Jazz Festival: students in summer workshops count the time

The countdown to the Montclair Jazz Festival is on! Hear students and teaching assistants play around town.

Montclair Local Photo: Global Dance Art teaches dance to those with special needs

Matthew Arnold dances with instructor Kaitlin Narlis at the Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Cedar Grove.Arnold was born with Down Syndrome and his dance...

George Walker, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, dies at 96

George Walker(1922-2018), Montclair resident and the first African American composer to win the Pulitzer Prize, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 23."Lilacs," for voice and...