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A First For Montclair – A New Sculpture Park

Montclair’s first sculpture park will welcome visitors with an opening Friday night from 6 pm to 9 pm, featuring eight works by four north Jersey artists. The park is at the corner of Hillside...

MontClairVoyant: Pining Over a Possible Pine Street Change

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, With an ownership change reportedly in the offing at 11 Pine Street, four important community organizations are said to be in danger of losing their free leases there. Terrible? Sincerely, Bad News Rising ...
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Weekend Events: Live Music, Literary Festival, Oktoberfest Express, Comedy and More!

Your guide to weekend events, both virtual and in-person.

In-Person Children’s Events at S2G’s Montclair Literary Festival October 2

Montclair, NJ – The fifth annual Succeed2gether’s Montclair Literary Festival will host five free and in-person children’s and YA events this coming Saturday October 2. Kicking off the day at 10am will be ‘The Fonz’...

FEMA to Offer Disaster Survivor Assistance in Montclair

A FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance Team will be at Montclair Fire Headquarters, 1 Pine Street, on Thursday, September 30, and Saturday, October 2, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Team members will provide in-person case-specific...

Sponsored: Community Day Block Party & Debut of Three Half Lozenges Light Installation by...

The Newark Museum of Art invites you to a Community Night: Block Party on Saturday, October 9 from 6-9 pm! Celebrate the unveiling of a spectacular light installation, Three Half Lozenges, as part of the...

Montclair High School Class of 2022 Hosting Clothing Drive – Sunday, October 10

The Montclair High School Class of 2022 is hosting a Clothing Drive on Sunday, October 10th from 9am to 1pm at the Main Entrance of MHS. We will be collecting used clothing, accessories and...

Montclair Crime: Shots Fired At Cuban Pete’s, No Injuries Reported

Montclair, NJ - At 12:04 AM Monday, officers were dispatched to 428 Bloomfield Avenue on a report of shots fired. Preliminary investigation reveals that a verbal altercation occurred inside of Cuban Pete’s which ultimately...

SOPAC Announces Dee Billia As New Executive Director

This summer, the South Orange Performing Arts Center named arts visionary Dee Billia as its new Executive Director, effective immediately. In this role, Billia presides over the performance series held in SOPAC’s 439-seat main theatre,...

Drones Deliver Sweet Treat to Montclair’s Church Street

The skies were clear over Church Street last Thursday, but it was raining cookies for some lucky people. Downtown shoppers, diners, joggers and dog walkers plucked boxes of cookies dangled by drones. The event...

AAPI Montclair and Montclair Art Museum Partner To Celebrate Diwali at Light up Montclair!

MONTCLAIR, NJ - AAPI Montclair and Montclair Art Museum (MAM) will host Light Up Montclair, Montclair’s first ever Diwali celebration open to the public at Montclair Art Museum located at 3 South Mountain Avenue...

Letter to the Editor: The Historic Preservation Commission Followed All The Rules

Let’s understand the factors that created, complicated, and guided the HPC’s reviews and determinations of the 109 Union Street application, now labeled a “toxic waste zone”, in finding the path forward. In the first HPC...

Calling For Scarecrows at Van Vleck House & Gardens

The Montclair Foundation and Van Vleck House & Gardens invite families, individuals, scout troops, schools, nonprofits, businesses, and organizations to participate in Van Vleck House & Gardens second annual Scarecrow Exhibit in the Gardens....

Cyclists Bike To Trenton To Show Support For Essex Hudson Greenway

More than 150 cyclists rode 57 miles from Newark to Trenton Sunday to raise awareness for the Essex Hudson Greenway and urge action by Governor Murphy to fund the project. The proposed rail trail...

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