Podcasts, videos and articles exploring the art, activism, culture and lived experience of Montclair. Our Montclair is hosted by Shane Paul Neils of Good Talk Productions.
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.
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.
A refugee family’s journey, bridging digital and language divides (OUR MONTCLAIR)
Family from Nicaragua found accessing technology, school registrations and other resources meant learning new systems in a language that wasn't their own.
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.
Pandemic, BLM, a world in motion: 2021’s grads grew up fast (Our Montclair)
How does a group of young adults heading into the next chapter of their lives process the events of the last year and a half?
Human Needs never went away in the pandemic (Our Montclair)
“We’re seeing people who never dreamt they’d be on a food line,” Human Needs executive director Mike Bruno said.
Where activism meets art — the power of ‘Rhythms for George’ (Our Montclair)
The wordless, tap tribute to George Floyd is just one expression of angst, grief and a desire for change expressed through powerful art in Montclair.