Our new Local Voices columnist works with teens applying to college. Pat Berry is a communications consultant, writing coach, and founder of College Application Camp (collegeapplicationcamp.com). She can be reached […]
‘All the Rage’ Directed by Michael Galinsky, Suki Hawley and David Beilinson Wednesday, Sept. 13, 7:30 p.m. Bow Tie Clairidge Cinema, 486 Bloomfield Ave. http://gathr.us/screening/20532 By GWEN OREL email@example.com A […]
Nate Perlmeter, a freshman at Princeton University, was the 12th-grade winner in the first Montclair Literary Festival contest for Montclair High students held last spring, for his story “Pretty Good.” […]
Montclairite Charmaine Warren looks forward to pinching herself on the day of the fourth annual Dance on the Lawn.
A neighborhood ruined I am watching my neighborhood being destroyed. The Crosby Bar which has recently opened at the corner of Forest and Claremont has now opened a biergarten. Every […]
by Andrew Garda firstname.lastname@example.org As the 2017 Montclair High School girls soccer team gets ready for its first game, they find themselves looking to replace some key pieces from a […]
by Andrew Garda email@example.com The 2016 field hockey season was a rebuilding year for Montclair Kimberley Academy head coach Gian Nappi and her team. Last year’s freshman-heavy unit took a […]
by Andrew Garda firstname.lastname@example.org The Montclair High School gymnastics team had a dominant 2016, with a bit of a twist at the end, according to coach Kaitlin Schultz. “Last season […]
by Andrew Garda email@example.com When Matt Bach accepted the job to be Montclair Kimberley Academy’s cross-country coach, he expected there to be some hiccups during the transition period. After all, […]
The last week of summer is no time for school talk.
The Montclair Public Library’s Youth Services Staff is ready for school! Staff will be on hand at the back-to-school nights at Montclair Public Schools with information about all the library […]
By LINDA MOSS firstname.lastname@example.org The Township Planning Board has had two hot potatoes — a pair of major, and controversial, redevelopment projects — on its agenda this year, putting its […]
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