Movies… to Go

Cinephiles, get out your black armbands. Curry Home Video, one of the oldest video clubs in the country and one of the last independent renters in Baristaville, closes its doors for good on December...

Spamming… for Fun and Research

If you're a mom and you haven't received this e-mail at least twice in the last week, then 1) either you have no online friends or 2) you've scared everyone you know to death...

The Show Must Go On… Literally

When Jerry Marino showed up at 5 pm on Friday night to prepare for Alliance Repertory Theater's penultimate performance of "The Guys," he found that the theater, located at 252 Liberty St. in Bloomfield,...

Weekend Dress Up

Left: Perfectly healthy children get head dressings and slings as part of the fun at the Hamilton Road block party in Glen Ridge on Sunday. Right: Catherine and Michael Nartker of Bloomfield wear their...

Fake Newscaster Spotted Locally

Some people will go to all kinds of lengths just to see Stephen Colbert, the dashing and witty correspondent for Comedy Central's Daily Show with Jon Stewart. We hear that Colbert lives right here,...

New York Times Baristaville Quotee Roundup

Barista friend, advertiser and local realtor Roberta Baldwin gets prominently quoted in today's Times real estate section story, "Your Broker as Friend, or Maybe Not" -- and mentioned for the New Year's Day and...

Switcheroo

It's official. Alliance Repertory Theater of Bloomfield is moving to Montclair. The theater company will move into the 100-seat Montclair Arts Forum at 180 Bloomfield Ave. on Nov. 1, according to a story in...

Gary? Mark?

Ever feel embarrassed when you run into one of the Blackman twins and don't know which it is? We sure do. Well you're off the hook. We just found out that Gary's wife Amy...

How Tough Were You?

We ran into Montclair mayor Ed Remsen at the farmer's market yesterday, and he told us that he's planning to take everybody involved with the high school parking controversy, put them in a room,...

Huh????

Looked strange to us. So we tracked down the owner, Molly Monahan, who was very surprised to hear her house had been sold, well, for a song. A typo, it seems. The Montclair Times...