Shane Paul Neil
Jazz music, Black community and 50 years of Montclair’s DLV Lounge (Our Montclair)
Long before the DLV was a music venue, it was a welcome home for jazz musicians and members of the Black community.
Vakili Band coming to Montclair Brewery, because celebrating women rocks
The show will benefit Oasis, providing social services in Paterson.
At interfaith service in Montclair, a call to continue Dr. Martin Luther King’s vision
Speakers stressed protecting voting rights.
Goodbye Sandwich Theory, hello Mercado — a dream delayed by the pandemic
Carla and Marcelo Silva, former owners of Sandwich Theory, have opened a bigger space just down the street from their old restaurant.
Santa greeted by countless smiles as he rides through Montclair (Photos)
Santa's visit came a day late, but we understand he plans to be right on time Christmas Eve with everyone's gifts.
Montclair Library kicks of Kwanzaa celebrations with Ujamaa Outdoor Winter Market (Photos)
More events set for later this month; information is at MontclairLibrary.org.
At Montclair State University, Wynton Marsalis imparts notes of wisdom
He joined the students for three days, as part of the Cali Immersive Residency Program.
10 years, plenty of new beginnings for Montclair Film Festival (Our Montclair)
This year marks a return to in-person movie screenings, and the reopening of Clairidge Cinemas on Bloomfield Avenue. Our Montclair sits down with Evelyn Colbert, Bob Feinberg and Tom Hall of Montclair Film.
Montclair Film Festival — Becoming part of Montclair’s fabric (Our Montclair)
Montclair Film Festival begins Thursday — and this week marks the return of the Claridge.
We all have our blind spots (Our Montclair)
Shane hopes Our Montclair becomes a venue for filling in the gaps — for more inclusivity, for more empathy.