Organized on Oct. 4, 1900, the Woman’s Club of Upper Montclair has a rich, long history in town.
Dr. Renee Alsarraf reminds us to cherish every moment and not fret about the past or the future.
Robin Woods, Montclair Local’s girl about town, visits a number of shops to find Montclair-centric and interesting gifts for 2020.
Robin Woods goes on a taste excursion in her latest Robin’s Nest, trying out gelato at Benvenuti and hot sauce from Master Pow’s Co.
Robin Woods visits Little Treasure Thrift Shop, and finds stylish items, and an owner, Roulande Begy, with a lot of hear.
Pumpkins and apples and sunflowers are hallmarks of fall. Here are some suggestions about places to visit to bring them home.
Roibin Woods visits Dan Schulz at Connie’s Vintage Trunk (in March, before COVID-19), and tries on some fabulous frocks. The store reopened in June.
Lorraine Ghibaudi, a research scientist who co-founded Montclair’s Project Graduation, died peacefully in her sleep on Mother’s Day, May 10. She was 85.
Rachel Wyman, of Montclair Bread Company, started #MBCbakealong to ease anxiety. The coconut cake challenged raised money to fight racism, too.
By ROBIN WOODS For Montclair Local Robin Woods is a local girl-about-town, writing about activities, stores, restaurants, and interesting people that catch her eye. She’s written memoirs and personal essays […]
The Montclair educational community is mourning the passing of Lauretta Freeman, who founded the Montclair Cooperative School, and died on March 24.
Before the social distancing mandate , Robin Woods learned about gardening projects at The Garden Club of Montclair. Are you gardening?
The Passover Seder takes place in the home. Area Jews are figuring out how to gather on Zoom, and have a socially distanced Seder.
Robin Woods, in her latest “Robin’s Nest,” gets some green hair extensions and learns about Irish whiskey, for the day that’s in it.