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Two-time Tony Award-winning actress Sutton Foster headlined the first show of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra and McCarter Theatre Center’s Princeton POPS series collaboration with “An Evening of Sutton Foster” at McCarter’s Matthews Theatre. Performing personal song favorites on Nov. 8,...
Blue Note Records celebrated its 80th birthday at State Theatre New Jersey with a triple-bill of current Blue Note artists. On the evening of Nov. 6 in New Brunswick, Kandace Springs was joined by James Francies and James Carter for...
The Dryden Ensemble will continue to celebrate its 25th anniversary season with a special Baroque ensemble performance titled “A Baroque Tapestry.” Taking place in the Princeton Theological Seminary on Nov. 10 at 3 p.m., the ensemble’s performance will consist of...
The ultimate story of sibling rivalry, betrayal, courage and redemption comes to the stage of the Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor, with the Yardley Players’ production of “Joseph and the Amazing...
USA Network officially closed the doors on Chicago’s municipal complex when it put the axe through the Windy City-based series “Pearson.” A spinoff from USA Network’s hit series “Suits,” “Pearson” centered around Manhattan-based lawyer Jessica Pearson as she gave up...
By Pam Hersh For the past five years, Princeton pediatrician M. David Atkin has been treating dozens of individuals who never cry and actually look forward to a session with the doctor. Furthermore, Dr. Atkin never has had to cajole...
George Street Playhouse opened the Elizabeth Ross Johnson Theater, its newest stage, at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center with "Last Days of Summer," based on the novel from Steve Kluger, which started its 2019-20 season. Taking place in 1940,...
By Pam Hersh Everyone has a story to tell - except for Marty Johnson, founding CEO of Isles, an urban sustainable development organization in Trenton. A renowned superhero of the war against poverty in Trenton, Johnson, in fact, has a book...
Winter may be coming, but it won’t be for one of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” spinoffs. HBO announced on the afternoon of Oct. 29 that one of the planned five spinoff series from its critically acclaimed “Game of Thrones”...
Avery Fisher Career Grant-winning violinist Stefan Jackiw will return to Princeton University with MacArthur “Genius” Award-winning pianist Jeremy Denk to perform the complete violin sonatas of Charles Ives on Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. Taking place in Richardson Auditorium in...
Nearly a decade ago, filmmakers Vincent Caffarello, Lee Esposito and Chris Hammarberg met after admiring one another's interactive horror web series projects. Today, they have joined forces to create a production company, Ritterhaus Productions, and are showcasing their latest horror...
By Pam Hersh October has a reputation for unnerving those working in the investment profession.  The Wall Street Crash of 1929 started on Oct. 24 and continued until Oct. 29. Other scary crashes occurred in October 1987 and October 2008....
Truly psychotic. There are no other words to describe Paul Rudd’s new Netflix series “Living with Yourself.” When a man is stuck in his job, marriage, finances, writing and everything else that means anything to him, he looks for any...
Soprano Rochelle Ellis will be joined by pianist Akiko Hosaki for a free concert in the Bristol Chapel on the campus of Westminster Choir College in celebration of Ellis’ 25 years at the college. The production, titled “Endless Song,” will...
Included in the production’s program was a piece of paper with bolded font at the top, which read: “This is not your typical FRANKENSTEIN.” Written and directed by David Catlin, McCarter Theatre Center opened its doors in Princeton to the...
McCarter Theatre Center is proud to announce a generous gift of $500,000 from McCarter supporter and arts philanthropist Betty Wold Johnson, in honor of Emily Mann’s thirty years as artistic director and resident playwright. The gift will be used...
By Pam Hersh I never quite understood what my neighbors Fern and Larry Spruill did in Princeton’s John Witherspoon neighborhood. The couple seemed ubiquitous, always smiling, friendly and generally had teenagers hanging out with them. Someone also told me they had...
Cancer affects millions of Americans as officials estimate that there are 1.7 million new cancer cases this year. This is making cancer awareness key in addressing and detecting the various forms of the disease. According to the National Cancer Institute’s latest...
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