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Remembering Montclair and Willowdale Avenue at 100

Virginia "Jeannie" DiGeronimo Cosgrove turned 100 on Friday, February 12th. And although she now lives with her daughter Jeanny Race, at Race Farm in Blairstown, she celebrated her big day by wearing a Montclair...

Montclair Councilman Peter Yacobellis To Host Virtual Town Hall

Montclair Councilor-At-Large Peter Yacobellis will host his first virtual Town Hall since taking office On March 17th at 7 p.m. All Montclair residents are invited to attend and ask questions. "Last May Montclairions from all...

NJSO and Paper Mill Playhouse Present ‘Tonight’ – At-Home Performance, March 2

Stage stars Belinda Allyn and Matt Doyle join an NJSO string quartet for an at-home performance of “Tonight” from West Side Story on March 2 at 7 pm. The performance is part of a...

Cedar Grove Farm Wants To Help Save The Monarch Butterfly

A nonprofit farm in Cedar Grove, N.J., is making it easy for area residents to help the monarch butterfly, an important pollinator whose existence is threatened by loss of habitat and climate change. Morgan’s Farm,...

NJEDA Grant Will Help Montclair Restaurants and Residents with Food Need

Montclair, N.J. - The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (“NJEDA”) announced a major boost to struggling Montclair restaurants through the infusion of $663,750.00 in funds to purchase meals that will then be distributed to...

Baristanet Profile: Anthony Lauro

Name: Anthony Lauro Where do you live? Fairfield, NJ. I moved there three years ago after 12 years in Little Falls. Where did you grow up? Brooklyn, NY How do you make a living? I am the co-owner...

Montclair To Offer Home Improvement Assistance to Income-Eligible Homeowners

Montclair, NJ – The Mayor and Township Council invite income-eligible Montclair homeowners to apply for the Township's new home improvement program. Income-eligible homeowners can receive up to $24,000 in home repairs. About the Program...

Weekend Family Fun: Art, Dance, Outdoor Fun and More

Montclair, N.J. Here we are at the end of February! Did it fly by or drag on – or can you even tell anymore? Either way, the weekend is here, so it’s time for...

MontClairVoyant: Rent Control in Jeopardy, and That’s No Game Show

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, Before you get into today's main column topic -- a judge's dismaying rent-control reversal -- what's your reaction to the news that a small number of Montclair parents sued the school district...

Montclair Parents File Federal Class Action Suit Against District, BOE and Superintendent

MONTCLAIR, NJ – A group of Montclair parents, who have filed a class action lawsuit against the Montclair School District, the Board of Education and the Superintendent as defendants, are looking to bring students...
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#SocialDistance Arts & Entertainment: February 25–28

Your guide to the latest social distance events to enjoy this weekend.

Montclair Recycling Collection Temporarily Halted

From the Township of Montclair: The Department of Community Services is seeing a significant decrease in its workforce due to COVID-19, even with substantial protective and social distancing measures in place since March 2020 –...

Sweet T’s Southern Eatery Brings Soulful Southern Food to Montclair

Montclair has another new Southern eatery to love. We told you about Coffee and Cornbread in Upper Montclair, a breakfast and lunch spot. Now you can enjoy Southern food for lunch and dinner in...

Dizzy Gillespie All Stars Dazzling in Virtual Performance on the SOPAC Stage Thursday!

Missing live music? Don't miss The Dizzy Gillespie All Stars as they take the virtual stage at the South Orange Performing Arts Center Thursday, February 25 at 7:30PM. Featuring Cyrus Chestnut, Freddie Hendrix,...

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