In the latest ‘Friends and Neighbors,’ musician and poet Marcia Pelletiere describes how art is helping her heal from a traumatic brain injury.
Pat Kenschaft, professor emerita of mathematics at Montclair State University, secretary of the Cornucopia Network of New Jersey, speaks up for nature.
Violet Mujica, 13, studies trumpet at Jazz House Kids, and will play in the Montclair Jazz Festival. Our latest “Friends and Neighbors.”
Guitar and folk legend Richard Thompson talks about his Scottish heritage, his OBE, his musical practice and more in the latest “Friends and Neighbors.”
Three generations of the Harrington-Logue-Booth family are Irish all year round, in our latest installment of “Friends and Neighbors.”
Friends and Neighbors: Meet Bruce Tyler, drummer with Black Lace Blues, and activist in Montclair Arts.
Warren Zanes is a musician, a writer and a scholar, too.
Meet Abraham Dickerson, a chef and activist who would like to see Montclair PD adopt a flag that represents the unity of Black Lives Matter and Blue Lives Matter.
In our new series “Friends and Neighbors,” we interview interesting people who live in town. Here: Montclair’s Reuben Atlas is more than a filmmaker.