Wednesday, November 13, 2019

‘The Perfect Fraud’ debut novel for Titusville author Ellen LaCorte

LaCorte will be reading and signing copies of her book at several New Jersey locations in June and July

Sourland Mountain Festival set for Saturday, June 22

Featuring hours of live music, local food, craft beer, wine and spirits, mountain history, and family activities

Trenton’s Island Garden Tour this Saturday

Annual self-guided tour is an opportunity for visitors to see some of the city’s best kept secrets during one of its loveliest seasons.

Trenton’s Island neighborhood preparing for June 22 garden tour

Residents say that Trenton’s Island neighborhood, set along the banks of the Delaware, is a mix of natural beauty, vintage architecture and historic charm

Princeton Merchants Association: Find passion — and a parking space — in Princeton this summer

The new parking system is designed to keep visitors in town longer and to make parking easy and affordable.

Setting the stage for community: what’s next for McCarter Theatre?

With expert skills in management and finance, as well as a passion for performing arts, Michael S. Rosenberg is a new breed of managing director.

Fight in the Museum: 9 questions with Megan Uhaze

Uhaze’s paintings have a bold signature style. Her paintings are primarily in automotive paint, lacquer and acrylic on Masonite.

LaffCon shines spotlight on ‘unique’ sci-fi author R.A. Lafferty

Laffcon4, the world’s only conference dedicated to Lafferty, takes place Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Lawrence Library.

MCCC Gallery hosting Mercer County Artists 2019 through July 8

The works of 36 Mercer County artists will be on display

New play ‘Morir Sonyando’ connects with voiceless communities

Main stage production, “Morir Sonyando,” which opened May 2 for a three-weekend run, talks to a contemporary problem: families torn apart by imprisonment.

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