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Skateboarders’ new role: The subjects of art at The Clairidge
“Courts” is a gallery presentation that pulls its inspiration from the daily goings-on at the temporary skate park at Rand Park.
Finding harmony: Montclair’s Jason Didner encourages mental health through rock music
Didner says that even small steps toward better personal and communal mental health count.
Community raised $20K to send Montclair teen to Howard University
Safiatu “Safi” Barry got into her dream college. Paying for it was another matter.
Montclair rocker learned to ‘Run With My Troubles’ — and wasn’t alone
Jason Didner and others found acknowledging and accepting mental health issues brings a measure of peace — as did exercise.
Montclairians spend the weekend cleaning up their parks for Earth Day
This past weekend, April 24 and 25, over 400 Montclair residents came out to 15 parks and green spaces across all four wards to celebrate Montclair Earth Day Parks Appreciation Weekend.
Laptop Upcycle: Connecting more of Montclair’s kids with tech
“They have the pride of ownership, and they can do whatever they want on it in addition to their schoolwork.”
Melania no more: Montclair’s Laura Benanti wraps a wild ‘Late Show’ run
'We have put Melania to rest" ... and without ever hearing from the real First Lady.
With winter coming, Montclair organizations tackle bigger holiday needs
With the holidays and colder weather just around the corner, organizations have started to pivot as they figure out how to continue to serve the community.
What happens to feral cats during COVID?
Vet clinics closed from mid-March until the first or second week of May because they were not considered essential, which meant feral cats were not serviced during the shutdown.
Quiet Montclair Group pushes to silence blowers through education, alternatives
This spring, as Peter Holm settled into a routine at home, he became increasingly aware of the constant parade of gas-powered leaf blowers buzzing outside his window.