Saturday, August 8, 2020
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More Than Q hoping for late June opening in West Windsor

Award-winning Lambertville BBQ restaurant has seen its Princeton-area location opening delayed months by permit issues and the pandemic

Analog Trenton features the unique sounds of the capital city

Titled Analog Trenton, a recording released late in 2019 on CD and vinyl features 40 performers and bands from Trenton's underground music scene.

Princeton Festival goes on (virtually)

The Princeton Festival will offer a new digital performance series called “Virtually Yours,” starting Monday, June 1 and running throughout the month of June.

Thomas Kelly: 8 questions with Saima Yousuf

One meeting with Saima Yousuf and you will see how the arts can encompass many disciplines. She can paint, make music, dance, teach, write and do professional make up.

Celebrating Trenton jazz legend Richie Cole’s life in music

Alto-sax jazz legend Richie Cole, who was born and raised in the Trenton area, died of natural causes on May 2 at the age 72.

Mercer County Park Commission to offer online wildlife programs

The Mercer County Park Commission Naturalist Department is planning a series of online programs focusing on wildlife that affects people's lives, even in an urbanized environment.

TrashedArt contest winners to be announced at May 21 virtual reception

The Mercer County Library System will be holding an online event next week to announce the winners of its 11th Annual TrashedArt contest.

New Jersey Air Guard May 12 flyover to honor Covid-19 frontline workers

The flight is scheduled to begin at 11:20 a.m. and will end less than two hours later. The flight plan is designed to cover key Covid-19 locations across New Jersey

Madeleine Albright to discuss latest memoir in virtual Princeton event

Albright, who served as secretary of state during Bill Clinton's second term, will be in conversation with Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter to discuss her book, Hell and Other Destinations: A 21st Century Memoir

Rider University receives $125,000 grant to benefit Westminster Bell Choir

Rider University has been awarded a $125,000 Presser Foundation capital grant to support the university’s Westminster Choir College's Concert Bell Choir.

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Missing West Windsor man found alive after massive search (updated)

A West Windsor man who had been missing since the evening of Wednesday, July 22 was found alive after a "massive" search of Community Park.