Saturday, January 16, 2021

Trenton City Museum celebrates women artists

Showcasing work by several noted women artists from the Greater Trenton region, the work was designed and curated by nationally recognized Trenton artist Mel Leipzig.

The legend of the Jersey Devil lives on in song, art and words

Presented by the Pinelands Cultural Society, this year’s Jersey Devil Night is set for an outside concert on Sunday, Oct. 4.

Jon Solomon brings WPRB music marathon home for the holidays

True shared experiences are lacking in the COVID-19 era, but Jon Solomon is here to make sure we have at least one before the year wraps up.

First-time West Windsor author’s book was 10 years in the making

And after decades of hearing people tell her she should write a few of her ideas down, Antoinette Zam listened. Her debut novel, "Scarred by Death," was recently published by Page Press.

West Windsor’s Amy Chu left corporate job to write comic books

For as often as Amy Chu has moved—among other places, she’s called Boston, Iowa and Hong Kong home before settling into West Windsor in 2003—it’s probably not surprising that she tried on numerous professional hats before her true calling finally found her

2020 a mix of missed and new opportunities for local musicians

The past year has been challenging for music venues and for the musicians who have been unable to play live events. Both hope that with Covid-19 vaccines now approved for distribution, things will be different soon

Trenton’s murals put 2020 against the wall

Trenton muralists have turned the City of Trenton in a canvas with an unlikely theme: a review of the year 2020

Yankees drop Thunder, move AA minor league team to Bridgewater

Somerset Patriots, formerly an independent minor league club, will take over as the Yankees' AA affiliate

Area artists give holiday gift givers reasons to shop local

Local artists like Caryn Newman of Willowood Pottery offer unique gifts for holiday shoppers — no shipping required

New live-streaming app aims to put DJs back in TheClub

Darrel Frater's live-streaming app, TheClub, enables DJs to host public and private parties digitally.

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Impractical Jokers’ James Murray talks about living in Princeton, his new novel “Don’t Move”

Murray's fourth book with Darren Wearmouth, "Don’t Move"—the tale of a West Virginia camping trip gone awry—will be released Tuesday, Oct. 20.