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Remembering Heroes: Scenes From Montclair’s Memorial Day Tribute at Edgemont Park

https://youtu.be/7ihApvlBRYc The Township of Montclair held its annual Memorial Day tribute on Monday at Edgemont Memorial Park, paying special tribute to and honoring the many brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice while...

No Parade or Picnic: Montclair Cancels Fourth of July Celebration For Second Year

Montclair, for the second year in a row, will not hold its traditional Fourth of July parade and picnic. In 2020, the parade was cancelled due to the pandemic for the first time in...

Local Student Athletes Win 2021 Investors Bank Best Teammate Award

Little Falls, NJ - Continuing a beloved tradition in local high school sports, for the ninth consecutive year the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center honored student athletes from member schools of the Super...

Party With Narda! Memorial Day Block Party in Bloomfield

The weather is bleak today, but by Monday, fingers crossed, we hope it improves for a Memorial Day Block Party hosted by Narda's Ginger Punch. The fun, family event will be held on Monday,...

Baristanet Profile: Payal Patel

Name: Dr. Payal Patel Where do you live? Montclair, NJ When did you move there? I originally moved to Montclair in 2015.  Where did you grow up? I grew up in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, which is an hour North...

Villalobos Says Goodbye, New Project To Come with Ani Ramen House Creators

Fans of Villalobos were surprised to learn that the restaurant, part of the Montclair dining scene since 2014, is no more. "After a temporary suspension of service mid-May, I have made the bittersweet...

Weekend Family Fun: Movies, Crafts, and More

Memorial Day Weekend is here, bringing with it the real start of summer! The weather’s looking a bit iffy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. We’ve rounded up some activities the whole...

MontClairVoyant: Electing to Support an Elected Board of Education

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, It looks like there'll be a referendum this November on whether Montclair's Board of Education should change from appointed to elected. How many approved signatures were on Vote Montclair's referendum petition? Sincerely, The...
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#SocialDistance Arts & Entertainment: Memorial Day Weekend Edition

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

POSTPONED Members of American Symphony Orchestra With Woodwind Trio at Lot of Strings Morris...

Postponed due to inclement weather The American Symphony Orchestra, long known as a bastion of music and education in New York City, returns twice to the Lot of Strings Music Festival in 2021, having graced...

Cloverleaf Tavern – Plenty To Love At An Old Favorite

Caldwell's Cloverleaf Tavern, "the oldest business in town" has been pulling drafts and serving some of the area's best burgers since 1933. However, on the occasion of a recent lunch and dinner, we found so...

Councilor Yacobellis Announces Montclair LGBTQ Equality Agenda for 2021

MONTCLAIR, N.J. – Councilor-at-Large Peter Yacobellis announced Wednesday the Montclair LGBTQ Equality Agenda for 2021 which seeks to update some Township policies and laws over the month of June, to be enacted by...

Montclair Kimberley Academy Launches New Podcast, Inquiry to Insight

Montclair, NJ - Montclair Kimberley Academy (MKA) has a history of alumni who are changemakers and thought leaders in their respective fields. Steve Valentine, MKA’s Assistant Head of the Upper School and Director of...

Joan Garry to Speak at The Montclair Foundation Nonprofit Roundtable Series

The Montclair Foundation is excited to announce that Joan Garry has agreed to present a virtual workshop for our local nonprofit community at the upcoming Nonprofit Roundtable event on June 10th at Noon. The...

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