Friday, September 21, 2018

Something’s got to give: Police versus minorities

The present mental disposition of police is an urgent health problem that requires immediate attention, starting with the implementation of reasonable rights.

Ye olde tavern feeling at Old Barracks fundraiser

The annual Old Barracks Museum’s Tavern Night Fundraiser takes place Friday, September 14, from 7 to 10 p.m.

Enrique Zaldivar’s ‘Happy Days’ on view at Trenton Library

The Trenton Free Public Library Mezzanine Gallery’s current exhibition is Enrique Zaldivar’s “Happy Days,” on view through Friday, September 14.

Explore 100 years of architectural history at Trenton City Museum

The Trenton Museum Society and FVHD Architects is presenting “Changing Face/Changing Place: A Look at the Architectural History of the Trenton Area” at the Trenton City Museum.

Trenton Music Makers receives national grant

Trenton Music Makers was recently selected by the Program for Rising El Sistema Organizations to receive $67,500 in funding over three years.

Trenton music ambassador Sarah Dash shares her soul

On a hot day in the mid-afternoon, Trenton-born singer Sarah Dash walks into Trenton Social for lunch and a talk about her life and career. And what a career!

Writer Erik N. Pyontek uses family voices to recreate a forgotten Trenton

‘It could be any town, but it is better that it was Trenton. That’s unique,” says Erik N. Pyontek about his emerging series of novels based on the true life experiences of his family in Trenton.

Excerpts from Cavell Avenue Memoirs

Former Trenton resident Anne Lewis recalls going to meet someone in “When the World Was Young,” the first of a series of memoirs by her grandson Erik Pyontek.

Trenton summer reading: The Snuff-A-Rette

Trenton history seems to be on the minds of regional writers, as demonstrated by several recent books and stories that have made their way to the editor’s desk.

Trenton masterworks on view at Ellarslie Mansion

The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion in Cadwalader Park is marking its 40th anniversary with the exhibition “Airing Out the Attic.”