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Looking to tell a good scary story? Check out my article with advice from expert storytellers here. Photograph of Reformed Church in Montclair, NJ as referenced in the article. The church is now occupied by a different Christian denomination.
Eric Carle’s illustrations are easy to identify. My husband did not recognize his name, but recognized his artwork as soon as he saw it at the Montclair Art Museum (MAM). Carle’s books are well-known staples in the world of children’s books. His writing is simple and he created his colorful illustrations by hand-painting tissue paperContinue reading “A Hungry Caterpillar & a Blue Horse”
View K. Cecchini’s article on local performance of the musical, “1776,” here. Photographs from the Montclair July 4th parade by K. Cecchini
Text by K. Cecchini/Photos Courtesy of Edward Delaney For a moment, a jazz horn blended with punk riffs in the crosswalk between Church Street and South Fullerton. Yesterday was Montclair Make Music Day and the Thee Volatiles were making punk music inside the East Side Mags comic book shop. The Thee Volatiles was born among the EastContinue reading “Montclair Make Music Day: Thee Volatiles”
Published Montclair Film Festival photos and articles: Hollywood Reporter: Photograph of Richard Gere speaking with Stephen Colbert. Colbert’s site: Photographs of Mavis Staples speaking with Stephen Colbert NorthJersey.com via The Montclair Times: Click here for more photos and information on the Montclair Film Festival.
Text by K. Cecchini Come As You Are: Art of the 1990’s Montclair Art Museum (MAM): Now-May 17, 2015 Montclair, NJ If Pearl Jam, Wu Tang and, of course, Nirvana, are now considered classics, then I suppose the nineties is now ripe for retrospect. Alexandra Schwartz takes on the decade through art created between the fall of theContinue reading “Come As You Are”
Text & Photos by K. Cecchini @tonightatdawn Your Adventure Goddess keeps raising the bar on fun for the ladies! The last date was an aerial dance & fitness adventure at Sukah Arts Center in North Jersey; all of the women laughed, bonded and discovered new abilities with the support of suspended silks, an energetic teacher and eachContinue reading “Upside Down!”
Text & Photos by Kimberly Cecchini With his characteristic spectrum of facial expressions and gestures, Lewis Black could have entertained folks on-screen before the advent of the talkies. And it’s all the more mesmerizing when he is emphatically pointing his finger a few feet away from you at a live show. Much to the crowd’sContinue reading “Lewis Black Rants On: 7 Pieces of Advice”