Thursday, June 4, 2020

The city of Trenton pushes on and on

Just as it was beginning to feel as though Trenton was attracting the kind of investment we have so long sought, in the blink of an eye, those new businesses are now shuttered

Trenton streams the blues

Livestreaming is a new twist in the Candle Light Lounge’s operations, run by Trenton native E.C. Bradley, a retired construction company owner

Classics Books turns a new page

Lifelong book lover Eric Maywar began by selling books from his basement. Now he has operated Classics Books for 20 years

McCarter costume shop lends skills to fight against COVID-19

For McCarter Theatre Center Costume Shop first hand Sarah Romagnoli, the fight against COVID-19 is personal.

New Jersey Youth Symphony introduces virtual Playathon fundraiser

With less than two weeks to switch gears from producing a day-long concert event at the mall to an afternoon of performances on the video conferencing platform Zoom, NJYS managed to rally its community

Voices Chorale NJ shares concerts online

The members of VOICES Chorale NJ are sharing music from their previous concerts online to stay connected with their audiences, each other, and the sounds of choral music.

Hopewell Valley Arts Council prescribes daily dose of art

The Hopewell Valley Arts Council “Daily Dose of Art” is ideas for small art projects to take your mind to another place (and entertain bored kids)

Trenton Health Team initiates #WhyILikeTrenton 2020 photo contest

Trenton Health Team is inviting Instagram users to share original photos showcasing Trenton's "community, courage and caring for one another" as residents confront the threat of covid-19

Princeton Symphony Orchestra website to offer free content

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra has launched At Home with the PSO, a new feature on the organization’s website.

Mercer County Library’s ‘TrashedArt 2020’ contest goes virtual

They are looking for artists who can remake, reuse and renew the items they would normally recycle or throw in the trash, turning them into something unique and beautiful.

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Three Mercer County towns lift curfew restrictions

Ewing, Lawrence and Hamilton townships have lifted curfew restrictions that have been in effect the last two nights.