• Library Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of Moon Landing

    Meteorites touched down at the Verona Public Library earlier this week. No worries–the meteorites from the Moon and Mars orbited around the room solely in the hands of human beings to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the...

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  • BlumArts Picked For Metuchen Project

    A piece by BlumArts’ Elina Rosenblum has been selected for a public art installation in downtown Metuchen. Metuchen Downtown Alliance, a local business improvement group, gave 10 artists an Adirondack chair to decorate as part of something...

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  • Artists Sought For Verona Exhibit

    Verona Arts, the new visual arts group in town, is calling for artists to participate in a new exhibition series at the Verona Public Library, “Artists Among Us”. Verona Arts says the show will take place in...

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  • Library Director Bids Verona Farewell

    Cheryl Ashley, the director of the Verona Public Library, will be checking out at the end of this month. She leaves behind many beloved books–and six years of work that have brought Verona’s 96-year-old library firmly into...

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  • Library Marks 50th Anniversary Of Apollo Moon Landing

    This summer marks the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landings. Kevin Conod, the planetarium manager and astronomer from the Newark Museum, will present “One Giant Leap” at the Verona Public Library on Tuesday,...

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  • Paper Mill Partners With Theater College Application Program

    This news should bring joy to Verona High School’s theater arts students: The Paper Mill Playhouse is partnering with the online arts platform Acceptd and a large group of top university musical theater programs to introduce universal...

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  • Verona Arts, Library Team Up For Art History Program

    On a cold January day in 1939, Nazi museum directors and officials broke into a Viennese palace and stole Gustav Klimt’s “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer” (1907). Who was she and why did they want it? What is...

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  • Shick Takes 2nd Place In Congressional Art Competition

    Verona resident Marnie Shick has won second place in Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill’s first annual Congressional Art Competition. Shick, who is a student at Lacordaire Academy in Montclair, entered a piece entitled “Eden”. First place was won by...

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  • Pop-Up Concert At Hearth Realty

    If you thought you heard live music coming from the building at the corner of Bloomfield and Cumberland avenues on Saturday night, it wasn’t your imagination: Hearth Realty Group hosted a pop-up concert in its office at...

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  • Township Posts Outdoor Music Schedule

    Verona’s municipal government has posted the schedule for the free Wednesday night summer concerts on the lawn in front of town hall.  The first band up, on July 10, is New Power Soul. They will be followed...

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