Hard to believe, but we’ve been spending the holidays with you for the last 15 years. Thanks for being a reader, tipster, friend of Baristanet. Wishing you and yours a […]
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, announced today that an Essex County jury has convicted serial killer Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, 23, of Orange on three counts of murder in […]
The shortest day of the year is recognized with rituals, readings and meditation for the Winter Solstice ceremony of the UUCM Sacred Wheel CUUPS (Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans), in […]
Montclair celebrated Hanukkah 2019 with a Menorah Lighting and Gelt Drop on Church Street and a whole lot more. Check out the video to see the Fire and Ice celebration.
A crowd of hundreds parties on Church Street this year at Chabad Montclair ‘s “Fire and Ice” Hanukkah party, celebrating the miracle of the light over darkness with music, food, […]
New Year’s Eve isn’t just for grown-ups! The kids want to celebrate too! Get ready for some family fun, New Year’s Eve style with celebrations near and far! Celebrate early […]
Got 2020 plans? Check out these New Year’s Eve celebrations include Gatsby parties and overnight gong immersion; a Disco Masquerade; a cruise around Manhattan, gourmet meals, and much more! Laurel […]
By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.org Interim Superintendent Nathan Parker was brought in as Montclair’s interim superintendent of schools in August, as the district searches for a permanent superintendent. As of Dec. […]
Succeed2gether’s Montclair Literary Festival welcomes renowned author Isabel Allende to a pre-festival event in Montclair on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, to discuss her latest novel, A Long Petal of the […]
Montclair middle-schoolern Adrian Bergstrom-Shaw plays a Hero Child in the immersive theatrical experience “The Polar Express.
Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, at Paper Mill Playhouse, charms with lilting melodies, vivid performances, and, of course, a happy ending.
At this darkest time of the year, Jews have the Festival of lights: but no outdoor lights… can you blame us for having a little Christmas-trapping envy?
This week’s open house column is sponsored by Kate McDonough. Not much on the market this weekend, but there are a few stocking stuffers. We end with a flourish. 31 […]
All are invited to Bnai Keshet’s annual Latkepalooza at 6:00pm Friday, December 27th. The event is free. Expect a celebration you won’t want to miss. Taste delicious latkes made by […]