Vegan Pop-Up Shops return to Morristown in February & March

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Good news for vegans this winter.

Morristown High flutist Selia Myers preparing for Carnegie Hall concert, Feb. 5

Selia Myers, a junior at MHS, will perform at Carnegie Hall on Feb. 5, 2017. Photo courtesy of the Morris School District

Congratulations–and good luck!

Vegan Pop-Up Shop coming to Morristown Jan.29

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Sample healthy eats–and music, too.

Carol of the Bonds: A 007 Christmas with the Mike Treni Big Band in Morristown

The Mike Treni Big Band performs at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

If James Bond ever did a TV Christmas special, this might be the theme song.

Listen up: ‘Discovery’ maestro says decoding classical is easy, Nov. 13 at Drew

George Marriner Maull can't believe his ears at Discovery Orchestra concert at Drew University. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Classical music is like baseball: It’s more fun when you steal the signs.

NY Classical Players in free Morristown concert, Nov. 13

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The program includes Bach and Handel.

Saved by a shoe strap: Close call for Morris singer at Hoboken train crash

Scene of train crash in Hoboken. Photo via Twitter

A late train put her in the wrong place at the wrong time. A shoe strap may have saved her.

Great covers: Local takes on Jimi, Michael, Zep, Eric and the Fabs

GOING MY WAY? Looks like James Hill may need a lift to the NJ Uke Fest.

The next generation honors greats of the last century. James Hill, Shun Ng, Robert Randolph and Quinn Sullivan swing for the fences.

Music is medicine: Bucky Pizzarelli, risen from the bed, determined to play Morristown jazz fest, Aug. 20

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He’s getting over pneumonia that ‘would have killed most people,’ says his musical partner.

‘Zombie Patty Cake,’ and other tasty treats, from Falcon Ridge

Aspiring performer at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, August 2016. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Don’t let that “folk music” title fool you. This is a very big tent, with elements of rock, roots, country, Cajun, Zombie — you name it.