Marge Miccio is focused on a long-term project: re-matting and re-framing nearly 70 etchings by Trenton native George Armit Bradshaw.
Sean Carney has held five solo shows since 2014 and has had work in over 50 exhibitions. He currently has work on display at the Arts Council of Princeton’s Solley Gallery through Jan. 14.
This year, BRHS theater can add another honor to its list: being part of the Disney Theatrical Productions Pilot Program.
For as often as Amy Chu has moved—among other places, she’s called Boston, Iowa and Hong Kong home before settling into West Windsor in 2003—it’s probably not surprising that she tried on numerous professional hats before her true calling finally found her
Ms. Sue is a mystery. Better known as “Ms. Sue Ms. Sue," she’s been heard in the Trenton area since 1976 on the airwaves at WTSR 91.3 FM.
How Jeff Snyder morphs into Owen Lake (and the Tragic Loves)
Andrew Skitko, a member of Opera Philadelphia Chorus and Philadelphia Symphonic Choir, is bringing opera back to Trenton.
Isabella de la Houssaye started Bike Breathe Believe to raise awareness for lung cancer as she biked across the country from March through April.
Robbinsville native Kellie Hodson will spend this month in Cannes, France, with access to the world-famous film festival.
Pop artist and author Michael Albert is bringing his "Modern Pop Art Experience” program and Cereal Box Collage workshop to the Trenton Public Library this month.