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Hopewell Valley Arts Council awards scholarships to 4 graduates

This year’s winners all work in different media, but share a passion for the arts and its ability to shed light on the workings of their inner self and the community.

She Said, She Said: Greetings from another near-miss in Asbury Park

Living in Central Jersey, you probably know someone with a Bruce Springsteen story. A cousin who ran into him in Red Bank. An uncle who bummed a cigarette off him in 1978. A friend of a parent’s friend who swears he helped Bruce change a tire on 539.

First came the bookstore, then came the book

The Downtowner has an informal summer tradition of presenting the works of Trenton-connected poets and short story writers. This year the tradition continues, but there is a twist

Portrait of an artist and writer: Janet Purcell

Long-time visual arts reporter for the Times has a solo exhibition at Trenton City Museum through Sept. 8

Jersey Fresh graffiti jam set for Saturday Aug. 17

The Jersey Fresh Jam — one of Trenton and New Jersey’s coolest and most earnest arts events — is set for another colorful afternoon of graffiti painting and hip-hop...

Art without a telescope: Luminous Matter by Fran Eber

On view alongside Robert Vanderbei’s astrophotography at Princeton Public Library

Hopewell Valley grad making music with help of his alter ego, A.D. Wells

Self-recorded album "The West Hollywood Broken Hearts Club" already past 800 streams on Spotify

‘Peter Pan,’ ‘Footloose’ at Hopewell Valley Children’s Theatre Aug. 1–4

'Footloose' and 'Peter Pan' on stage this weekend

Summer sounds and sights in Trenton

Trenton galleries, free concerts, and a hip hop fest promise to make Trenton a cool place to be over the long hot summer

Mel Leipzig puts Trenton artists and residents on exhibit

Represented in two “Homage to Trenton” shows in July

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Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.