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An RV in Montclair has legs: reading legs

Scholastic Summer Reading Road Trip RVTuesday, July 11, 4-6 p.m.Watchung Booksellers, 54 Fairfield St., The Green at Watchung Plazafeaturing Clifford the Big Red Dog,...

Litfest: more student winners from Montclair poetry slam

Succed2gether, a nonprofit educational program, which presented the first Montclair Literary Festival this spring, sponsored a poetry slam in addition to a short story...

Digging hometown with his homies: Montclairite puts on The Clair Concert

'The Clair Concert' Samad Savage, Tennis Boys, Jason Jackson, Driicky Graham, Jay Illicit, Leah Jenea, Beat Lampers, Bleszt, IB Mattic, J. I. JA.Friday, July...

Soul portraits and gardens of peace in Montclair

'Soul Portraits' Wednesday, July 5, and Thursday, July 6, 6-9 p.m.Creativity Caravan 28 South Fullerton Ave.thecreativitycaravan.com email hello@thecreativitycaravan.com, or call 201-259-9801 jlevinestudio.com, peacegardenproject.comBy GWEN...

Montclair Art Museum African American Cultural Committee opens scavenger hunt

The Montclair Art Museum’s African American Cultural Committee has organized a Summertime Scavenger Art Hunt, with proceeds to benefit a Yard School of Art...

Summer movies at Montclair Film

Montclair Film continues the Coming of Age in Suburbia series at Cinema505, held at the Investors Bank Film and Media Center, 505 Bloomfield Ave.This...

Montclair made beautiful music

Last Wednesday, June 21, musicians popped up all over Montclair to celebrate the fourthannual Montclair Make Music Day.The event is part of the global...

Local author debuts book in Montclair

Montclair resident Charles Joseph’s “Chameleon,” a collection of poems and stories, came out on June 21. To celebrate the release, Joseph is holding a...

‘Desert Friend’: short story winner in Montclair Literary Festival

By GRETA POGLINCOThe following is the first place-winning short story in the first Montclair Literary Festival, held earlier this year.When it’s so hot you...

Montclair’s “Frontline March for the Arts” postponed until August

The Frontline for the Arts march, originally scheduled for June 24, has been postponed until Aug. 12. Among the reasons the march has been...