Monday, April 19, 2021

Art program application to be due Feb. 15

The deadline for a teen art program applications is scheduled for Feb. 15. Young Audiences of New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania is accepting applications from 13 to 17 -year-olds for...

Sinfonietta Nova season of dance-themed performances closing May 11 with “Shall We Dance?”

As the orchestra tunes for its final concert of the season, Sinfonietta Nova’s dance card is nearly full

Learn how to go green at the Bordentown-Chesterfield Green Fair

Scheduled exhibits include composting, crafts, bird identification and more

Inside potter Elisa Hirvonen’s ‘little world’

Away from the distractions of downtown Princeton, Elisa “El” Hirvonen makes her artwork and tends her garden.

Isles, Inc. unveils public art to reactive vacant spaces in Trenton

Two public art projects are part of efforts to reactive vacant spaces and spark changes in how people perceive Trenton neighborhoods.

From Romania with love

By Gabriela Imreh The year was 1985. I was a 21-year-old piano student and orchestra performer in the music conservatory in the town of Clouj-Naboca in the Transylvania region of...

Preserving the legacy of Trenton’s brutalist architecture

ACT! is asking the state to hold the wrecking ball on the New Jersey Health and Agriculture Building

Two Trenton non-profits featured in Jersey Give Back Guide

Two Trenton organizations, Artworks and Isles, will be featured in the 2015 Jersey Give-Back Guide, an online giving portal designed to showcase the State’s most effective non-profits. Artworks is...

Princeton’s annual Communiversity ArtsFest slated for Sunday, April 29

The Arts Council of Princeton is hosting the 48th annual Communiversity ArtsFest on Sunday, April 29 from 1 to 6 p.m.

N.J. Gay Men’s Chorus open to all orientations

By Lacey Ross Kathleen Francis, an attorney and asset manager by day, finds relief from her stressful work week and the chaos of everyday life on Monday evenings, in what...

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Alejandro Hernandez: From Hamilton to Hollywood

Long-time Hamilton resident Alejandro Hernandez has spent the past three years as a regular recurring cast member on the medical drama “New Amsterdam”