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Holiday Shop Hop, 12/4

Get your "passport" and shop at four GR and Montclair artisan sales. Visit at least 3 locations and be entered to win grand prizes.

Kari’s Cafe Needs Angels

A Maplewood cafe owner appeals to the community to help save her business.

Living Legend Tony Bennett at the Wellmont, 12/3-4

In his 60th year of performing, the "singer's singer" brings his cross-generational show to Montclair this weekend. Think he'll do "I Left my Heart in San Francisco"? We have tickets!

The John Lennon Song Project at Outpost in the Burbs, 12/3

A thoughtfully re-imagined musical tribute that celebrates the genius and artistry of John Lennon. We have tickets!

See Steve Martin in Montclair… Via Satellite

Legendary funny man spills all tonight in a 92nd Street Y interview. You can see it in Montclair.

The Weekend: Shop Local, Tangos & Music

Post Thanksgiving fun is happening all over Baristaville this weekend.

Maplewood Frisbee on Thanksgiving

The origins of the sport are in Maplewood's Columbia High School parking lot, circa 1968. A traditional Thanksgiving game is open to all past and present Varsity players.

South Park Street’s Rejuve Calls For Public Comment

Want a say in the new design of Montclair Center? See the plans for yourself and offer feedback at an "open street" event tomorrow, 11/23.

A Swami in Maplewood

Swami Radhanath shares stories of his journey from Chicago Jewish kid to one of India's most respected spiritual "rock stars." He'll be signing books at Baker Street Yoga in Maplewood on Monday night.

The Weekend: Music, Poetry and Shopping

Another packed weekend in Baristaville with live music, poetry readings and much more.

Passaic River Story Airs Tonight on All Things Considered

Baristaville's own Wheeler Antabanez took to the water with ATC producers and showed them how things roll on our own polluted and decaying river.

“Jammin’ Away the Blues” With Paula West at SOPAC, 11/19

Montclair-based Mental Health Association of Essex County presents its second "blues" concert.

Radium Girls: A Play About Baristaville’s Glowing History

A play by the Bloomfield HS Thespian Society examines the dramatic tragedy of workers at the U.S. Radium Corporation in Orange. It opens on 11/18.

SHU Fire Survivors to Speak at MSU, 11/15

The subjects of a NY Times bestselling book and an upcoming documentary, two young men tell their story of survival and friendship at Montclair State, Monday, November 15.