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Laurence Luckinbill's “Clarence Darrow Tonight” set for June
Community members invited to share poetry at open mic night
Middle school science teachers turned filmmakers to teach at the May 15 program
Richard Kuklinski, a Dumont man who killed more than 100 people, is the subject of director Ariel Vromen's crime thriller.
Program uses art to bridge gap between veterans and civilians
Englewood's downtown summer jazz series will start in mid-May this year and continue for the next 14 weeks.
Resident competing with “Red Mascara” to have his tune named state song. New Jersey is the only state without an official anthem, report says.
Teaneck's League of Women Voters will also collect food for local pantries at screening
Volunteers in the News, Arts
Initiative providing free education, nutrition and social services to children in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
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