It was a night for kings at Yogi Berra Museum as four-time NBA All-Star Bernard King visited the museum to promote his new book, “Game Face: A Lifetime of Hard-Earned Lessons On and Off the Basketball Court,” in which he discusses his early life as well as his collegiate and professional NBA career. King also…

With the World Series come and gone, the Yogi Berra Museum is now engaging sports fans with public programming and a new exhibition devoted to basketball. On Tuesday, November 13, 6:30 – 9pm, Basketball Hall-of-Famer Bernard King will appear in conversation with the Pulitzer-prize winning sports journalist Ira Berkow. Attendees enjoy a cocktail reception and…

MONTCLAIR, NJ — It's easy to remember Hall Of Fame baseball icon Yogi Berra as the man who coined scores of famous phrases such as "It ain't over 'til it's over." But it's one of the late Montclair resident's lesser-known accomplishments – his Presidential Medal of Freedom – that Berra's namesake museum is hoping to…

Eat, drink, and celebrate the arrival of Fall at Yogi Berra Stadium’s second annual Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival and the Yogi Berra Museum’s Yogi Tribute Day. This fun-filled family event will feature mouthwatering food, drinks, and games for all ages. All attendees are invited to enjoy the FREE Yogi Tribute Day activities…

I've been thinking about Yogi Berra. The Yankees legend died three years ago this past weekend and the more I think of him, the more I smile. Those in my business who knew him as I did will understand that. When he passed away, he didn't leave us alone. He left us with a treasure chest of…

The namesake museum of baseball legend and former Essex County resident Yogi Berra recently earned some kudos of its own when Architectural Digest named the facility as the "Best Designed" in New Jersey for 2018. The Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center thanked the publication for the nomination, which honors "stunning designs meant to entice…

Whether it’s a starchitect or an under-the-radar designer, museums have proved to be a timeless destination for challenging the boundaries of design. One needs to look no further than Zaha Hadid's head-turning Eli and Edythe Broad Museum in East Lansing, Michigan; Frank Lloyd Wright's shell-shaped Guggenheim in New York City (the only building created…

"I guess the first thing I should do is thank everybody who made this day necessary." Those words from baseball legend and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Yogi Berra kicked off his short-but-sweet acceptance speech at his induction to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, which took place on Aug. 7, 1972. Berra's short speech befitted…