but a sweet and cold one. Here’s the line at Coldstone, the font of expensive deliciousity and sticky sweetness for Upper Montclair.
Seen around Montclair, within two blocks of each other, lawn signs are making a statement. A tipster asks — is this the new form of communication?
But what does he call it? EmpireZone tries to figure out just what Tom Kean (that guy who wants to be one of our leaders or something) thinks “social security” […]
More news from Montclair’s Town Council meeting: Council members signed off on Town Manager, Joe Hartnett’s new employment contract. Looks like township officials ditched the controversial add-ons of Hartnett’s old […]
We learned that some major players showed up on the Tierney’s set Tuesday night — thanks to some posters in our comments section, who directed us to this My Space […]
Baristavillle Chocolate Advisory: The Chocolate Path has extended hours today and will stay open tonight until 9:00pm. And here’s a happy hour perk: after 6:00pm, you get a complimentary glass […]
Can we stand to be out in this heat and humidity? You betcha, if there are treasures to be found in other people’s yards. Sellers, setting up fans and lemonade […]
…but we’re not sure who. Montclair Town Council members (well, 6 out of 7) think we need new signage to help people find their way through the streets of Montclair. […]
Friday July 28 FAMILY OPERA: This afternoon, see “Animal Tales” at the Alexander Kassler Theatre, at MSU. Featuring book and lyrics by George Plimpton, music by Kitty Brazelton. Free, 2:45 […]
Sure, Baristaville has it√¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢s share of Big Time actors, TV producers, and directors. But we√¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢ll bet a cream pie that none of them has ever had as much fun as […]
Six entities were in the race to acquire Mountainside Hospital, and a Kentucky based for-profit hospital corporation, Merit Health Systems, made it to the finish line. Officials from Atlantic Health […]
Two fun family freebie films tonight, and they count as an outdoor activity: MADAGASCAR is showing on the lawn of the Bellevue Ave. branch library, Montclair. 8:30 p.m. Bring lawn […]
Mr. Leroy Brown lived in Montclair while employed as financial manager for the Salvation Army in Newark. His idea of managing the organization’s money was to rip them off over […]
Like us, the folks at Stanton Realtors really like old homes, so much so in fact, they’ve got a neat little gallery of homes that appeared in the Montclair Times […]