Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Innovative sculpture turned on after years in the dark

The November 3 Art All Day 2018 coordinators are highlighting a special event that will put the light on Trenton’s role as a cultural center — literally.

Trenton arts: The French connection

Trenton-born composer George Antheil, born in 1900, was an accomplished young pianist when he began studying music composition in Philadelphia in the early 1920s.

Trenton building plan faces continued opposition

In another state and city interaction, the EDA presented its plan for one of two new office buildings planned to replace three existing ones.

The Cryptkeeper Five sounds off at Millhill Basement

The Trenton-based Cryptkeeper Five is marking its 20th anniversary of bringing its punk rock/horror punk/Jersey rock sound to loyal fans in Trenton.

Robbinsville artist Alia Bensilman goes mind strolling in Trenton

The work of Tunisian-American artist Alia Bensliman integrates and contrasts the Eastern experiences of her native North Africa with the peculiarly American impressions of her married life in New Jersey.

Trenton arts community opens up to Art All Day

Trenton’s annual Art All Day returns on November 3, with open artists’ studios, gallery exhibitions, tours of city art and architecture, and performances.

Over 20 pounds of prescription drugs turned in during county’s Take-Back Day

Mercer County residents turned in over 20 pounds of unused or expired prescription drugs for disposal during the county's Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

New partnerships, initiatives announced for Trenton

Gov. Phil Murphy’s recently announced New Jersey State Capital Partnership is an indication that the State of New Jersey has once again discovered that it occupies a city that has both potential and needs.

Route 29 exit ramp from Route 1 northbound to be closed overnight

The exit ramp to Route 29 from Route 1 northbound on the New Jersey side of the Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge will be closed overnight Tuesday.

Revisit the great storms of the Jersey Shore at State Library author talk

On Oct. 24, the New Jersey State Library will present a free talk "Great Storms of the Jersey Shore" with authors Margaret Buchholz and Scott Mazzella.