Articles By Kenneth Miles
Montclair Literary Festival Aims to Inspire and Build Long-Lasting Connections With the Community
Put on some comfortable shoes and bring a tote bag because the sixth annual Montclair Literary Festival is about to start. The festival will feature over 70 international, national, and local authors and will run from Thursday, May 5th to Monday, May 9th. Festival Day, Saturday, May 7th, will feature three different events at various locations in Montclair and run from 10 am until 7 pm.
published on 04/29/2022
That’s What Friends Are For
Stepping into the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie’s new exhibit, Painting the Moon and Beyond: Lois Dodd & Friends Explore the Night Sky, is truly a treat. It’s the first time that Dodd and her former students and friends Jeff Epstein, Dan Findaldi, and Elizabeth O’Reilly have appeared in the same show. And it comes on the 25-year anniversary of a retrospective of Dodd’s work at The Trenton City Museum.
published on 12/23/2021
The New Jersey State Museum -- Guarding our Treasures
When the New Jersey State Museum reopened its doors in mid-July 2021 after closing in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the public welcomed the good news. Finally having the opportunity to once again explore the museum’s vast collection in person was a reprieve to those looking to get back to normal and do something that didn’t involve binge watching television.
published on 09/17/2021