Montclair History Center will again offer in-person tours
The Montclair History Center will once again begin offering on-site tours.
46 viewpoints of an experience at Studio Montclair’s open juried show
“ViewPoints 2021” is its the studio's 24th annual open juried exhibition.
Montclairians are helping to save the bees
Apiaries are being welcomed at public and community gardens in Montclair to help rejuvenate the honey bee population and pollinate the fruit and vegetable gardens planted there.
Montclair artist turns his eye to the ‘Women of the Fourth Ward’
For this show, “Women of the Fourth Ward,” Armando Diaz decided to take his “photos of the people to the people.”
Party like it’s 1799 — A look how Montclair’s early residents spent their winters
The Montclair History Center's History Happy Hour series is back.
Topaz Jones’ ‘Don’t Go Tellin’ Your Momma’ — Blackness, identity, life in Montclair
"Don’t Go Tellin’ Your Momma" is winner of the Short Film Jury Award at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.
Moms demand equality for their children at Black Kids Matter rally
A group calling itself 100 Moms and Students of Color held a Black Kids Matter protest rally in Rand Park on Saturday, Aug. 15, demanding “accountability, justice and equality for black and brown children in schools.”
Restorative Justice makes a difference
Restorative Justice workshops have continued on Zoom since lockdown. Participants say RJ makes a difference.
Skate park, bike ramps and free-form sports fill a void
At the skate park, at home, in parks and on trails, Montclairians are finding "free-form" sports help them keep fit and happy.
MHS and MKA launch NJ Student Blackout with other schools
Students from Montclair Kimberley Academy and seven other schools participated in the New Jersey Student Blackout on Friday, June 19th.