Life’s a picnic. Here’s proof, from Bike & Walk Morristown

Sunset over the 2014 Bike & Walk Morristown picnic. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

A blanket, some Brie, soft music… these folks know how to celebrate summer.

Morristown police: Expect road closures for 5K race, Aug. 30

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Motorists should steer clear of the Headquarters Plaza area for about three hours on Saturday, police advise.

More lovely scenes from Meet Me in Morristown

A Dan Fenelon creation at Meet Me in Morristown. Photo by Katharine Boyle

If you couldn’t make it to Meet Me in Morristown on Thursday, here’s what you missed.

Hey, was that you at Meet Me in Morristown?

The Dreams dance group at Meet Me In Morristown. Photo by Bill Lescohier

Colorful scenes from Meet Me In Morristown III.

Acting-A-Part, enrolling students now, promises more than stagecraft for Greater Morristown youths

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A new acting school aims to teach kids more than lines this fall in Morris Township.

Photos from… and a suggestion for…Meet Me in Morristown

Elena Klein, 5, shows her new colors at Meet Me in Morristown. Photo by Eric Klein

Some memories from Thursday’s Meet Me in Morristown… and an idea for next year.

Meet the Atlanta Cafe Band, at Meet Me in Morristown, Aug. 28

Venue map for Meet Me In Morristown, Aug. 28, 2014

Meet the Atlanta Cafe Band at Meet Me in Morristown.

Greater Morristown Labor Day Weekend Preview: Ukes, bikes, backpacks and hoops

Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer will perform at Uke New Jersey Too in Morris Township over the Labor Day weekend.

The Labor Day Weekend should not be laborious. Here are some ideas for leisurely fun that don’t involve lines or toll booths.

Route 287 lanes reopened in Morristown

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All southbound lanes on Route 287 in Morristown are functioning once more, according to a transportation agency.

Food for thought: Pink cones, pizza will welcome authors to first Morristown book festival

Carly Grossman, 5, digs into her 'Fancy Nancy' cone at The South Street Ceamery. Photo by Kristin Elliott

While the upcoming Morristown Festival of Books works to promote tasteful literature, downtown restaurants promise to make the event tasty, too.