Kirsten D. Levingston
Rethinking the police blotter (Welcome to Montclair)
What about kids, good deeds, drama?
Cicadas finally emerging? We know how they feel (Welcome to Montclair)
Some of us will also be in search of sea legs after a year of wearing fuzzy-slippers or nothing at all.
With vaccinations, K-Mart’s K-omeback can be our own (Welcome to Montclair)
By KIRSTEN D. LEVINGSTON For Montclair Local Once upon a time, K-Mart in West Orange was the place for eclectic shoppers craving a Nathan’s hot dog chased by a blue raspberry Icee. More than once brain freeze stopped me cold in the greeting card aisle after I had slurped the frozen cotton candy with a bit too much vigor. On Sun...
5 things we learned from our cat in the pandemic (Welcome to Montclair)
The mouser has turned tutor, modeling lessons on the art of finding joy among four walls.
Welcome to Montclair: 2021, year of the deer?
Will those who are not hunting the deer for a "culling" this year instead wear plaid shirts and shoot vaccine darts at unsuspecting passers by on Church Street, wonders Kirsten D. Levingston, in the latest "Welcome to Montclair."
Welcome to Montclair: days of tea and roses
In the early days of the pandemic, Kirsten D. Levingston had a glass of wine with dinner. Those days are over.
Welcome to Montclair: empty nest under quarantine
Facing an empty nest is always hard, and it's a little trickier during the pandemic, writes Kirsten D. Levingston in "Welcome to Montclair."
Welcome to Montclair: dads about dads, for Father’s Day
Montclair dads talk about "dad-town," Montclair, what they love and also find challenging about being a father here, in "Welcome to Montclair."
Welcome to Montclair: hornets, murder, Montclair?
Murder hornets have reached North America. Will they reach Montclair, Kirsten D. Levingston wonders in her latest "Welcome to Montclair."
Welcome to Montclair: true love and marriage
Montclair has always been a town that welcomes true love and marriage, unlike some states in the Union. Kirsten D. Levingston's "Welcome to Montclair."