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Meet Ben Colbert, an artist and activist creating cows for his town

Ben Colbert, a former Princeton resident who now lives in Lawrence, is currently involved in a public art project called “Cows in Our Town,” which was created to promote awareness of local artists.

Hamilton’s Gianna Harris follows Broadway ‘School of Rock’ debut with national tour

She’s known as the triple-threat from Hamilton. At just 13 years old, Gianna Harris has graced countless stages, won numerous competitions, and brought thousands to their feet to clap along.

New downtown BSB Gallery to open eyes to Trenton arts

The new gallery is Trenton Downtown Association’s latest contribution to the Creek to Canal Creative District (C2C), Trenton’s first arts and cultural district.

Common Threads exhibition seeks the ‘uncommon and indescribable’ in art

The sixth annual Common Threads show, set to take place at Hopewell Valley Vineyards on Saturday, Feb. 3, will feature the work of seven artists, including Titusville’s Andrew Wilkinson.

Howard Michaels’ classic rock art on display at Common Threads exhibit

The annual Common Threads show at Hopewell Valley Vineyards will take place on Feb. 3 and feature the work of Howard Michaels, Hamilton resident and teacher at Lawrence Intermediate School.

Downtown Trenton photography exhibit explores body image, identity, relationships

"Eleven Years," a photography exhibit by Jen Davis that explores body image, identity and relationships, is coming to downtown Trenton.

Theater To Go brings ‘Twentieth Century’ laughs to Kelsey Theatre

It’s time to travel back to the 1930s for a rollicking good time on the rails as Theater To Go presents Ken Ludwig’s "Twentieth Century" at Kelsey Theatre.

Ewing Art Commission to promote student artwork in upcoming exhibit

The Ewing Arts Commission is teaming with the Trenton Elks to host a Student Art Show Jan. 28 from 1 to 4 p.m. to showcase the artwork of Ewing’s youth.

As Rider moves to sell Westminster Choir College, uncertainty takes its toll on students, faculty

As Rider University moves to sell Westminster Choir College, students are left facing an uncertain future.

Arts Council of Princeton celebrates comic books with ‘Heroes of Comic Art’

The Arts Council of Princeton's new exhibit, "Heroes of Comic Art," features original published works by artists who created many of the comic heroes we enjoy in today's books and films.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.