Trenton’s history will come to life next week during Patriots Week, an annual celebration of the city’s role in the American Revolution.
The Amazing Pumpkin Carve will run from Wednesday, Oct. 10 through Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018 at Woolsey Park in Titusville.
On a hot day in the mid-afternoon, Trenton-born singer Sarah Dash walks into Trenton Social for lunch and a talk about her life and career. And what a career!
From behind his drum kit on open jam night at Freddie’s Tavern in Ewing, Joe Falcey leads a band affectionately known as The Three Joes.
It’s been 80 years since West Windsor, then a sleepy farm town, found itself at the center of a fictional Martian invasion. To commemorate, the West Windsor Arts Center is gearing up to launch a new public arts project.
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.
The work local artists is on display at “Persistence,” an exhibit hosted by the Trenton Artists Workshop Association that features the work of area artists with disabilities.
In April 2014 in Westtown, New York, metalsmith Steven Cooper’s home and studio disintegrated into ashes before his eyes during a seven-alarm fire.
Grounds for Sculpture is celebrating its past with the exhibition “That’s Worth Celebrating: The Life and Work of the Johnson Family."
Ms. Sue is a mystery. Better known as “Ms. Sue Ms. Sue," she’s been heard in the Trenton area since 1976 on the airwaves at WTSR 91.3 FM.
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