Saturday, February 17, 2018

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.

Artwork by Mabel ‘Freda’ Williams on view in Ewing through December

The Ewing Arts Commission will feature the diverse paintings by Ewing resident Mabel “Freda” Williams in December at the Ewing Municipal Building.

Capital Singers of Trenton founding conductor takes final bow

The Capital Singers of Trenton's next big event will celebrate the group’s founder, music director, and conductor, Richard Loatman.

Jazz legend Richie Cole to perform holiday concert at 1867 Sanctuary

One of Ewing’s favorite sons, native Richie Cole, returns home this month to perform a holiday concert at the 1867 Sanctuary.

University Heights student stars in McCarter’s ‘Christmas Carol’

Now 8 years old and a third grader at University Heights Elementary, Roman Engel will star as Tiny Tim in McCarter’s "A Christmas Carol."

A Homecoming Concerto: Juilliard-trained pianist to play with Bravura Philharmonic

For pianist Emiko Edwards, playing Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto in the Bravura Philharmonic Orchestra Holiday Concert this month will be a homecoming.

MCCC theater/dance program to present ‘Medea’ this weekend

Greek mythology comes to life in 'Medea,' to be performed by the Mercer County Community College theater/dance program this weekend.

Local bands raise money for local children at Music for Moore concert

This Saturday, local musicians will come together to raise money for local children with special needs at the Music for Moore fundraiser. 

WW-P North and South fall productions on stage this week

WW-P high schools North and South will present their annual fall plays from Thursday to Saturday, Nov. 16 to 18.

‘Shot’ MCCC photo exhibit explores trauma behind gun violence

Photographs revealing the emotional and physical trauma caused by gun violence will be on display at Mercer County Community College's James Kerney Campus.

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