New tricks for Halloween 2020, under COVID-19

Some Halloween events are canceled this year, but others are on, as Montclairians find ways to celebrate the spooky day.

Montclair has a lot of thanks to give

Montclairites share some of what they're thankful for this year.

Colorful connections at Diwali festival

Two hundred people packed Apna Punjab Banquet Hall on Nov. 18 to celebrate Diwali, the Indian celebration of good over evil and of light over darkness.

UUCM Pagan group CUUPS celebrates Samhain

The Pagan arm of the Unitarian Universalists — the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) — holds celebrations tonight and Sunday at UUCM.

Photos: Drive-in Hanukkah in Montclair

Chabad Montclair held a "Drive-In" spectacular for Hanukkah on Sunday, Dec., 13, in Lackawanna Plaza, featuring a giant menorah and more.

Valentine’s Day round-up: Love stories we love to tell

We asked you to tell us about loving couples or loving gestures for Valentine's Day. Dogs, children, and old Hollywood... and two references to bagels!

Holiday snaps and Ulrike Lechert-Lombardis

Ulrike Lechert-Lombardis shares holiday snaps of real candles on her Christmas tree — she had to have the holders sent from Germany.

Honoring a saint, riding a ring of fire in Montclair

The Feast and Carnival of Saint Sebastian Wednesday, Aug. 23-Sunday, Aug. 27 Wednesday-Friday, 5-10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 3-10 p.m.Kaveny Field and Christopher Street area Vespers service: Aug. 26, 7 p.m. Solemn high Mass:...

Program Notes: Scaring yourself sweet on Halloween

Halloween isn't a Jewish holiday, but I loved it best of all. Despite its scary overtones, the holiday itself is warm and gooey and cuddly.