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See Shrek At Kip’s Castle

An ogre will take over Kip's Castle on Friday, September 7!

Day Trip: Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

A perfect Day Trip for one last hurrah before school starts.

Transcript: Governor Chris Christie Keynote Speech

"Tonight, we choose respect over love."

NJ News Commons Post-Christie Keynote Hangout

A discussion on Christie's Keynote speech.

Watch The Christie Keynote Speech Live Here

Watch the Governor live here.

Second Annual Puppy Mill Awareness Free Concert Set for September 8 in Brookdale Park

Humans are encouraged to bring their furry friends (leashed, of course).

Ask Camp Holly Week 9: Kids and Oil Pastels 101

The time for masterpieces is right now before you shell out your last dime for art school!

First Signs of Autumn

White flowers covering the Honeysuckle, yellowing leaves on the River Birch, and a few bright red ones on the neighbor's Dogwood.

New AAP Circumcision Guidelines Says Benefits Outweigh Risk and the Procedure Should Be Covered...

Still believes, "Parents ultimately should decide whether circumcision is in the best interests of their male child."

The Big O: Montclair Woman Has Too Much of a Good Thing

Montclair woman says she has 100 orgasms a day.

Montclair Crime: Burglaries, Vandalism, and Arrests

From D/Lt. Angel Roman, Detective Bureau Commander: ARRESTS On August 21st at approx. 1717 hours, Detectives arrested twenty seven year old Brian Marsman of Montclair for Criminal Mischief.  As a result of an investigation into a...

Kids Global Mala Will Get the Youngest Yoginis in On the Action

Global Mala, which coincides with UN’s International Day of Peace as well as the Fall Equinox, will take place in Newark on September 23. The annual event was conceived by Yogi Shiva Rea as a way to help...

NJ Transit Is Listening Tonight

Continuing with its We Are Listening Forums, NJ Transit will give riders the opportunity to speak one-on-one with the agency’s officials at Penn Station tonight.