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Big Changes at West Orange’s Essex Green and The Buzz About Former KMart Site

West Orange, NJ - If you haven't been to Essex Green in West Orange recently, there's a lot of change and construction at the shopping center built back in the 1950s. A Five Guys...

Montclair’s Bobbi Brown Schools TikTokker In Foundation Application

When it comes to foundation, less is more, as Montclair's makeup mogul Bobbi Brown showed in a TikTok video when she mimicked makeup artist Meredith Duxbury's heavy-handed application method. Duxbury was trying out Brown's new...

Baristanet Profile: Marcie Wallace

Name: Marcie Wallace. Fun fact: my yoga name is amba Where do you live? Verona When did you move there? Before my husband I were married, 31 years ago How do you make a living? I am a...

Bloomfield High School Athlete Is One of 39 Honored at Yogi Berra Museum &...

Little Falls, NJ – For the 10th consecutive year, the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center hosted student athletes from member schools of the Super Essex Conference along with their families and coaches...

Weekend Family Fun: Eco Fairs, Campfires, Drums and More

Happy weekend, everybody! We hope you had a great week. Now it’s time for fun with the family. We’ve rounded up a bunch of family friendly events. Check ‘em out! On Friday evening, Reeves-Reed Arboretum...

MontClairVoyant: After Awful School Layoffs, You Could Hear a Spin Drop

DEAR MONTCLAIRVOYANT, Eighty-three school staffers -- including teachers and paraprofessionals -- have reportedly received "non-renewal" letters as our district tries to close a possible 2022-23 budget gap. Comment? Sincerely, Dismayed in May First of all,...

Montclair Crime: Shoplifting of Witchcraft Journal, Motor Vehicle Theft

The week in Montclair crime from Lieutenant Terence Turner, Montclair Police Department: Theft May 13, 2022 (Glenridge Avenue): An employee of ‘White Rabbit Black Heart’ reported a shoplifting at his store. An unknown person entered the...

Montclair Public Library To Show ‘Ukrainian Roots: Art by the Diaspora’

MONTCLAIR, NJ — Four Ukrainian artists-activists living in the US will feature their work at the Montclair Public Library Art Gallery (50 South Fullerton, Montclair) from June 1-30. (See accompanying poster.) The show...
weekend events

POSTPONED AAPI Montclair Second Annual Lantern Festival Is This Friday!

Update: Lantern Festival postposed due to weather concerns. A new date will be announced MONTCLAIR, NJ - Calling all volunteers for the second annual Lantern Festival for Justice and Remembrance on Friday, May 20th from...
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Free Family Event – Montclair Eco Fair, Saturday May 21

This Saturday, May 21, 581 Valley Road, Upper Montclair is the place to be! Come see environmental displays, learn about renewable energy, native plants, beekeeping, organic food, pollinator gardens and sustainable transportation, and hear...
COVID-19

FDA Greenlights COVID Booster Shot For Kids Age 5-11

Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration amended the emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, authorizing the use of a single booster dose for administration to children age 5 through 11...

Petition Calling For Montclair Township to Stream Council Meetings & Allow Remote Public Comment

Montclair, NJ - One of the lessons learned from the pandemic was local government meeting the challenge of engaging constituents, even when in person meetings were not possible. The switch to more virtual...

Caldwell Public Library Makes Preservation New Jersey’s Most Endangered List

Caldwell, NJ - Preservation New Jersey relesed its 2022 list of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in the state and Caldwell Public Library is on it. Here's how the library is described: The Caldwell...

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