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But Is It Art?

Here's a totally new concept in art shows: the image is in your mind. From the mind of Millburn photo rep Frank Meo.

James Maddock at Outpost in the Burbs, 11/5

After attracting global attention as lead singer with "Wood," the artist has launched a solo career and released his first album, Sunrise on Avenue C. We have tickets to give away!

Food and Wine, for Clara Maass Benefit

More than 40 vendors will offer a sampling of cuisine from Japan, Latin America, Ethiopia, Ireland and Mexico on 11/8.

Leo Kottke at NJPAC, 11/5

Hard to categorize though it might be, Kottke's music has endured the rise and fall of trends. We have tickets.

Got Puck? MHS Alums Play for Lars Johansson Scholarship

Former Montclair High stars face off in honor of one of the school's greatest hockey players of all time.

Baristanet Celebrates Another Election Night

Join us in our virtual newsroom this coming Tuesday night as we live blog election returns in the convivial atmosphere of Egan & Sons, West Orange.

Halloween Weekend is Filled with Tricks and Treats

Live music (some of it spooky), goddess-style relaxation, scary stories, a 5K and free Subway are some of Baristaville's weekend highlights.

Luna Settles Into a New Home

Luna Stage kicks off its return with a drama about 1940's Harlem.

E.L. Doctorow To Read Poetry at Seton Hall, Tonight

Poetry-in-the-Round reading series draws internationally acclaimed author.

Vampire Movie and Live Organ Concert at GR Church

The GR Congregational Church will be a spooky halloween scene on Friday night, as Thomas Mustachio accompanies the classic film Nosferatu with an original organ composition.

Joan Baez and Steve Earle at NJPAC, 10/30

Enter to win a pair of tickets to see the two Grammy award winning folk legends.

Painting the Avenue Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Maplewood is getting into Breast Cancer Awareness in a very big way -- with lots of fun and prizes too.

Not Your Father’s Science Fair

In 1957, Sputnik got America to roll up its sleeves and put on pocket protectors. This weekend, a two-day science festival - in Clifton and Caldwell - tries to win over a new generation.

Montclair’s Little Read Starts Tonight!

Milk, cookies, bedtime stories (read by Montclair elementary school teachers) and art (courtesy of Montclair Art Museum) tonight (6:30-8:30) at the Montclair main library to kick off Little Read. Don't miss it! More detail...