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Weeden Park gets an artistic makeover

Weeden Park on Main Street in Lawrence will be transformed into a pop-up sculpture park with the installation of about a dozen sculptures crafted in various materials.

Dara-Lyn Shrager becomes Princeton Public Library’s poet-in-residence

For the first time since the Princeton Public Library opened its doors in 1909, the library boasts its very own poet-in-residence: Dara-Lyn Shrager.

West Windsor filmmaker explores ‘good men’ and rape on college campus

West Windsor native Charles de Augustin's film "Good Men" explores how being a silent "good guy" isn't going far enough to stop sexual assault on college campuses.

Passage Theater’s new director opens new season

Passage Theater Artistic Director Ryanne Domingues has a clear vision about staying fresh and connected to the audience and the community she serves.

Bordentown Regional High School theater to present ‘Rough Magic’

Bordentown Regional High School theater students will perform the dark comedy "Rough Magic" this month at the Bordentown Performing Arts Center.

Hopewell Valley Arts Council readying for annual Amazing Pumpkin Carve

The Amazing Pumpkin Carve will run from Wednesday, Oct. 10 through Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018 at Woolsey Park in Titusville.

West Windsor Arts Council announces children’s art competition winners

The West Windsor Arts Council has announced the winners for their Woo-Ri Mart Food Art Competition for Children.

Martian Weekend+ will celebrate 80th anniversary of ‘War of the Worlds’

West Windsor businesses and residents are coming together to host Martian Weekend+ next month in celebration of the 80th anniversary of the "War of the Words" radio broadcast.

Does AMC Hamilton 24’s Dolby Cinema live up to the hype?

Right off the bat, the Dolby Cinema auditorium at AMC Hamilton 24 signals to guests that they’re not going to have typical movie-going experience. And it won’t let them forget.

‘Newsies The Musical’ opens season at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre

The stage is set for a David-versus-Goliath battle as the curtain goes up on a new season at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre with “Disney’s Newsies The Musical.”