Curtain up, minus masks, for Montclair-area theaters
After two years of pandemic experimentation, live theater is back with a passion.
leave no trace theatre’s ‘fire pit series’ comes to Montclair Brewery
The company’s goal is to have two readings this fall, two in the spring and a full production in 2022.
Notes of joy: Diane Moser’s band pays tribute to her Tuesday at Tierney’s
The concert honors what would have been Moser’s 64th birthday, on July 29. She died in December 2020.
Montclair’s Colberts on love, pandemic life, arts — and why NJ is home
Stephen and Evie Colbert spoke in a pre-recorded benefit for Montclair Film.
MHS’s outdoor ‘As You Like It’ a joy — and a challenge
They play will be staged in person, and outdoors.
Celebrate a ‘Crappy Mother’s Day’ with film shot in Montclair
Bill Rutkoski and directed by Montclairian Dan Karlok made the film in just eight days. It premieres May 4.
Listening in with Elvis Costello and Montclair’s Richard Thompson
Thompson, who moved to Montclair in 2017, launches his new memoir, ‘Beeswing: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice 1967-1975’
Businesses worry about parking space shortage
Businesses on Bloomfield Avenue worry about the loss of parking spaces caused by construction of the new decks.
Letters for Rose: teens care for seniors
Letters for Rose Lettersforrose.com Instagram: tinyurl.com/y4m6gdsf Partial list of facilities Letters for Rose has worked with at end of article. By GWEN OREL firstname.lastname@example.org In a small assisted-living facility in Maryland, a bulletin board displays brightly colored cards and letters from teens to residents...
Diane Moser was a musical tornado
Diane Moser, who led Diane Moser's Composers Big Band, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 17, at the age of 63.