Dealing with the ‘cancer dragon’ — children’s book takes on a tough topic
Montserrat Coughlin Kim lost her husband to cancer. When he got sick, she sought out ways to have hard conversations in terms her young children could understand.
After two-year hiatus, Art in Bloom back in Montclair
Art in Bloom will take place from May 18 to 22. The exhibit will feature 41 floral artworks by local and regional floral designers, some professional, but many of them enthusiastic amateurs.
Montclair Literary Festival 2022: 78 featured guests, 35 events over five days
The Montclair Literary Festival will continue its adaptation to the coronavirus pandemic this year, offering a program that consists almost entirely of in-person events May 5 to 9.
Montclair runners hit the road for good causes
Fundraising to aid brain cancer research, suicide prevention
‘Proof’ podcast — Montclair producer helps tell the stories behind murders
“It’s not just a show about a murder. It’s about an investigation,” Montclair's Jacinda Davis said. “The listener is there with us.”
Letter to Montclair baseball fan its recipient — nearly 30 years later
It was immediately evident that there was something very odd about this particular letter.
A call to community action against climate change, for sustainability
Montclair-based Northeast Earth Coalition holds its seventh Acting Locally for a More Sustainable World conference.
How Montclair students birthed a global network to help schools in Tanzania
With G.L.E.A.N. now receiving aid from UNICEF, co-founder Amir Doctry said the group hopes to accomplish even more than it has so far.
Little kids at heart: ‘Blue, Barry and Pancakes’ authors dish out madcap adventures
Dan Abdo and Jason Patterson’s “Blue, Barry and Pancakes” series is about three friends — Blue the worm, Barry the frog and Pancakes the bunny.
Young filmmakers, screenwriters: Montclair Film wants to hear from you
Arts organization is holding two contests for students.