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Kathryn Weidener: telling a storyteller’s story

Weidener is president of the New Jersey Storytelling Network

Trenton’s Little Libraries pass on street smarts

Book-loving citizens have rallied by creating a variety of little free libraries across the municipality

State House tour shows off Trenton art treasures

Art, history, architecture, and politics all seamlessly blend in one of New Jersey’s best kept secrets — a public art tour of the New Jersey State House

Trenton galleries fill walls, eyes, and minds

Trenton’s fall art season has arrived and is filling galleries and museums with visual works by artists ranging from the international influential to the lovers of local color. Either...

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...

Ben Franklin art teacher creates collaborative projects at school she attended

Students at Ben Franklin Elementary School spent the first few months of the year coming together through their artwork.

Fight in the museum: 10 questions with Micheal Madigan

Micheal Madigan is a Hamilton-based painter. I have admired his wonderfully colorful acrylic paintings for a long time.

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

As Rider moves to sell Westminster Choir College, uncertainty takes its toll on students, faculty

As Rider University moves to sell Westminster Choir College, students are left facing an uncertain future.

How John Popper and Blues Traveler blew their way to stardom

How John Popper and Blues Traveler blew their way to stardom, starting with Princeton High’s Studio Band.

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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.