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MCCC ‘America in a Trance’ exhibit captures fading American dream

Work by photographer Niko J. Kallianiotis, whose images of life in small Pennsylvania towns capture a fading picture of the American dream, are coming to Mercer County Community College’s James Kerney Campus Gallery.

Local artists: submit your artwork to ‘Mercer County Artists 2018’ exhibition

Visual artists ages 18 or older who live, work or attend school in Mercer County are invited to submit art for consideration for the “Mercer County Artists 2018” exhibition.

For this Princeton wildlife photographer it’s lights, camera, patience

A great egret in flight. A forlorn squirrel. A stately bald eagle. An osprey mid-air. A colorful eastern tiger swallowtail atop honeysuckle. These are among Princeton photographer Leigh Faden’s favorite subjects.

Bordentown Regional High students to produce new Disney musical

This year, BRHS theater can add another honor to its list: being part of the Disney Theatrical Productions Pilot Program.

Now Playing: These Trenton Project films are now available online

The Trenton Project’s five years of films are available for online viewing at thetrentonproject.com.

First-time filmmaker lauded for Camden documentary

Douglas Clayton decided to take a stab at producing and directing a documentary, and his first effort was a good one—his film “Dovere,” was featured in the New Jersey International Film Festival.

Ewing resident to star in Kelsey’s ‘Spring Awakening’

The fraught and poignant passage from adolescence to adulthood takes center stage as the theatre/dance program at Mercer County Community College presents the musical "Spring Awakening."

With divine oversight, musician mixes opera, choirs, and traditions

Saint Cecilia seems to be looking over musician and Boheme Opera conductor Joseph Pucciatti in more ways than one.

From the bookshelf: a literary roundup from the Princeton Echo editors

The Princeton Echo editors explore books and literary works that have connections to Princeton, New Jersey.

Princeton arts spring roundup: what’s happening around town?

On view at the Nassau Club through Sunday, May 6, is a unique series of portrait by Princeton-based artist Trudy Borenstein Sugiura.

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‘Mail Lady’ retires after almost three decades delivering to area customers

"Mail Lady" Jeanette Jones—or “JJ” to those who’ve gotten to know her— carried the mail around Ewing, Trenton and Lawrenceville for about 30 years until the end of March, when she retired.