Cherry blossoms have been sprouting from Baristaville to Brooklyn, but in January? It seems that mother nature is giving winter a miss this year. The evening news last night even […]
John and Sarah live in the city, have a three-month-old baby named Paxton and are looking for a house in Baristaville. John graduated fifth in his class at Wharton and […]
Nearly two months, 481 comments and they keep coming back…Our man Tom Biro re-opened the original thread last night, and there’s still a lot of hissing going on. The discussions […]
The Essex County Sheriff K-9 unit brought Molly, a seven-year-old bloodhound, to Montclair yesterday to sniff out the scene of an attempted burglary. MPD’s Lt. James Carlucci says a woman […]
Art house movie fans, here’s a heads up. Montclair’s Clairidge movie theater, the only local venue for eclectic movies left after the demise of the Screening Zone and the Wellmont, […]
We have to wonder about the State Division of Travel and Tourism slogan, “New Jersey and You: Perfect Together.” Not that we don’t think New Jersey is a mecca for […]
Lack of funds, dwindling membership, the need to consolidate services — it all sounds too familiar…And after nearly one hundred years of ministry in Montclair, the historic Trinity Episcopal Church […]
A New Jersey Death Penalty Commission presented the Corzine administration with a report yesterday recommending abolishment of the death penalty. New Jersey last held an execution in 1963, and now […]
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In Bloomfield, Mimi Michalski and friends have a noble New Year’s resolution — to save an historic 18th century homestead, the Collins House, from vandalism and ruin. Mimi writes that […]
We hear Dr. John’s show was a sellout at Montclair’s party of the year. Did you go, did you like the vibe, and what did you see? Tell us about […]
There’s loads of new construction around Montclair, but even before folks have moved in, asking prices are already going down, as new urbanism takes a hit. Maybe folks aren’t willing […]
Sure, denizens of Baristaville might covet their pool, but Maplewood can keep its library. From the New York Times… Every afternoon at Maplewood Middle School√¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢s final bell, dozens of students […]