APEX Ensemble’s season finale occurred this past Sunday in Central Presbyterian Church, featuring works by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Gustav Mahler, Richard Wagner and Franz Liszt, along with vocal performances by soprano Felicia Moore and baritone John Brancy.
“Windows Into Black History” is on display through February at Studio Montclair.
Juanita Gaskin hopes her debut book inspires others.
(And ”if you write, you’re a writer.”)
For some, the coronavirus pandemic meant new opportunities to think about what it means to be productive — even if the changes weren’t ones we’d ever ask for.
Writing about mental health issues for various media helped Gabrielle Glaser focus on the positive. Mark Lance says understanding the impacts of the pandemic comes down to reason.
Benilde Little found joy in having more time with family. Anthony DePalma has found the distance from others unsettling.
Malcolm Gladwell talked to D.T. Max on Feb. 6, as a pre-festival activity for Succeed2gether’s Montclair Literary Festival.
Acclaimed author Isabel Allende discussed her neew book, “A Long Petal of the Sea,” at kickoff event for Montclair Literary Festival.
Sayydah Garrett of Glen Ridge formed the Pastoralist Child Foundation, which raises money for girls’ education in Kenya. Fundraise tomorrow night.
Emer Featherstone’s garden was inspired by Irish gardens of her youth, writes Patricia Conover. Featherstone also found gardening therapeutic.
Once a bridal gown designer, Cynthia Corhan-Aitken began designing gardens when she and her family moved to Montclair. A look at her ‘secret garden.’
By PATRICIA CONOVER For Montclair Local A taste of France arrived in Montclair, just in time for Bastille Day celebrations last week. Who hasn’t noticed the vast space at 544 […]
On Friday, Feb. 22, The Eric Mintel Trio played a tribute concert to Dave Brubeck at Trumpets Jazz Club. Mintel cites Brubeck as an inspiration.