A look back on 2020.
Looking for something to do on Boxing Day, and on days in between Christmas and New Year’s Day? Drive around town as the sun goes down (around 4:45!) and […]
Make Music Winter held its fourth annual parade on Saturday, Dec. 19, honoring the winter solstice, with social distancing.
Boy Scout Troop 13 and Cub Scout Troop 12 are selling Christmas trees, wreaths and other decorations to benefit local schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Claus give out smiles and goody bags in the parking lot of De Novo European Pub on Saturday, Dec. 12.
Chabad Montclair held a “Drive-In” spectacular for Hanukkah on Sunday, Dec., 13, in Lackawanna Plaza, featuring a giant menorah and more.
Montclairians found creative ways to give treats to little tricksters, staying socially distanced, during COVID-19.
Skeletons and ghouls showed up in Halloween houses around Montclair: will the grave hold?
Across the nation and here in Montclair, moms are protesting and taking to the streets for political issues they care about.
Restorative Justice workshops have continued on Zoom since lockdown. Participants say RJ makes a difference.
Photographer Kate Albright took some pictures and video of the heavy rain we had in Montclair yesterday, July 10, 2020.
At the skate park, at home, in parks and on trails, Montclairians are finding “free-form” sports help them keep fit and happy.
Bikers and skaters gatthered on Sunday, June 28, for a loop around Montclair in the Peaceful Ride Out for Black Lives.
Students from Montclair Kimberley Academy and seven other schools participated in the New Jersey Student Blackout on Friday, June 19th.