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Ms. Sue Ms. Sue: A legend of mystery, music, and photography

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.

University Heights student stars in McCarter’s ‘Christmas Carol’

Now 8 years old and a third grader at University Heights Elementary, Roman Engel will star as Tiny Tim in McCarter’s "A Christmas Carol."

Trenton on the Move: Heidi Cruz-Austin and other artists are ‘transforming spaces’

Meet Heidi Cruz-Austin, whose Trenton-based company DanceSpora is known for its contemporary works, and other artists reshaping Trenton.
Adam Sterr plays along to ‘Carnival of Souls’ on Halloween.z

Musical chamber of film horrors arrives in Princeton for Halloween

Princeton Garden Theater is getting into the restless Halloween spirit with screenings of two horror classics accompanied by live music.

Ewing residents publish ‘My Bowie Story,’ an anthology tribute to David Bowie

Dale K. Perry published "My Bowie Story," an anthology of 85 stories written by 60 Bowie fans from eight different countries.

Hopewell Theater re-opens with concerts, films, and fresh menu

Hopewell Theater has a new incarnation as a showcase for music, film, the performing arts, educational presentations, and more.

Hamilton native launches Little Wolf Players theater company

Hamilton native Chris Neuman helped launch Little Wolf Players as a way to share his love of performing and his knowledge of the craft with others.

Mother-daughter duo takes children ‘Around the World’ in new book

Gina Cascone (left) and her daughter Bryony Sheppard co-wrote a children’s book, ‘Around the World Right Now,’ which aims to teach children about different time zones.

Trenton-raised writer is now raising Trenton superheroes

A new group of heroes and villains is about to descend on Trenton, all thanks to comic book author and creative writing teacher Maurice Mander.

Volunteers turn church into 1867 Sanctuary for music and culture

Even though it looks like one, the 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing is not a church. Ewing residents Bob and Helen Kull have turned the building into a center for music and culture.

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