A closer look at proposed Morristown hotel–in 3D

LIGHT MOMENT: Cambria's Ronald Antonucci and lawyer Frank Vitolo. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Want to see how the Cambria would look on Market and Bank streets? Watch this.

Remembering guitar great Al Caiola

Frank Vignola, left, and Al Caiola share a laugh at the Sanctuary. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Well into his 90s, he still coaxed tuneful sounds from his instrument.

Colonial Corner Sports fall roundup: Field hockey, soccer score big for Morristown High

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Video highlights from autumn 2016.

Mobbed in Morristown: Santa’s return, and the Morris Choral Society, on video

Mob scene at the 2016 kickoff to the Christmas Festival at the Morristown Green. Photo by Berit Ollestad

Happy bedlam erupts as Santa sleighs in from the North Pole.

Selfie With Santa: Send us your snaps, and help Goryeb Children’s Hospital, too

'Selfie With Santa' contest 2016, featuring Brynn Stanley.

Will you be sitting on his lap this holiday season? Send us your Selfie With Santa!

Maestro with the mostest: Robert Butts ranges from J.S. Bach to Johnny Cash

Maestro Robert Butts gets hug from Morris Tourism Director Leslie Bensley, who gave him a tourism award. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

He’s a genre-bender.

Climb every mountain: Morristown singer Eric Hayes scales heights for lofty performance

Eric Hayes above the Hudson. Photo by Austin Hein, November 2016

A bold political statement, against an incredible backdrop. But wouldn’t a ukulele have been easier?

‘Can’t Take It With You’ best of both worlds for Morristown High senior

A TOUGH JOB, BUT... Brandon Long gets caught between leading ladies Victoria Fanning and Maggie Mustion, after 'You Can't Take It With You' at MHS, November 2016. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Good things come to those who wait. Just ask MHS senior Brendan Long, who finally gave acting a whirl…and now gets to kiss two leading ladies.

A week to remember: Morristown High students make Broadway debut, sing with Kristin Chenoweth, Aaron Tveit and Laura Benanti

On Nov. 6 a small group from MPAC had its Broadway debut at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre singing with Kristin Chenoweth in 'Love Letters to Broadway.' Photo courtesy of Allison Wilson

How do you top a week like that?

Scenes from Pet Shop Boys in Morristown

Pet Shop Boys in Morristown. Photo by Pamela Babcock

The Mayo Performing Arts Center was awash in color and synths for this show.