Following a controversial interview with the New York Times, the Montclair Literary Festival canceled its upcoming Jann Wenner event.
The artwork in this exhibition reflects what it means to be queer and the ramifications—both positive and negative—of LGBTQIA+ individuals “being themselves.”
Dorothy Siddons Lasher Rodgers of North Andover, Massachusetts, formerly of Montclair, died peacefully and surrounded by family. She was 94.
The family-friendly festival will take place from from 12 – 6 p.m. on the grounds of Van Vleck House and Gardens and will include six acts on two stages.
A memorial ceremony will be held on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 2 p.m. at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 330 Orange Road, Montclair.
The following additional activity has been reported by Montclair Police in their weekly blotter.
Renowned New York Times reporter Adam Nagourney will discuss his latest book, “The Times: How the Newspaper of Record Survived Scandal, Scorn, and the Transformation of Journalism,” with NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik.
Today, September 11, there were remembrances locally to remember those who lost their lives, honor first responders, support families and acknowledge the enduring impact of 9/11.
One of the most remarkable migrations ever documented is about to begin. And, for some migrants, it may start in your backyard!
If you draw, paint or just like to doodle, join the urban sketching groups of Studio Montclair and New Jersey Sketchers this Saturday
A former longtime resident of Montclair and a retired Essex County police officer whose beat included Brookdale Park.
An Upper Mountain Avenue resident reported a theft Friday of approximately 65-85 pieces of blue aluminum scaffolding from his property
Vincenzo Pignatiello, owner of a landscaping firm and a longtime employee of Montclair’s water department, died on Aug. 30, 2023. He was 91.
When you catch a flick at The Clairidge this weekend, you’ll be sitting pretty in new, more comfortable seating.