Montclair is a town known for its abundance of fine old homes and more importantly, for long established characteristic neighborhoods, all over town. To be relevant today, Historic Preservation must […]
Going up Claremont Avenue past Upper Mountain Avenue, one passes the cottage-like James Howe House, familiarly known as the “Freed Slave House”. It is distinguished as being among the oldest […]
A historic look at The Darden House in Montclair and the family that lived there.
The first American industrial/organizational psychologist.
Belleclaire, one of the Afterglow’s estates was a Yankee’s Association headquarters that hosted baseball legends like Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth.
“Permanent and affordable housing is a means to vital sustainability for residents of our community and for newcomers, to insure Montclair’s characteristic social diversity.”
In developing Montclair Center, we should evaluate and respect the guidelines of the Nolan Plan.
Thomas Edison, Madame Curie and Liberace all hobnobbed at Pals Cabin in its heydey.
Disco was back, for one night only, and our own Frank GG was there.
What it looks like, how to help.
A sepia-toned account of sledding in Montclair in the Victorian era and the 1920’s.