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When telling my nana my plans to see “Toy Story 4” this past weekend, her initial response was to lecture me on how I should stay in the back of the theater away from children, so I wouldn’t look...
The Philadelphia Orchestra concluded its 2018-19 season with three special live performances of Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia from June 20-22. In celebration of Bernstein’s 100th year, rather than just playing the...
By Pam Hersh Gov. Phil Murphy on June 10 announced the inductees for the incoming class of the New Jersey Hall of Fame – a who’s who of some of the Garden State’s best and brightest. "Game of Thrones" groupies were...
After teaming with Netflix in 2015 to make the movie “The Ridiculous Six,” Adam Sandler has since signed a $250 million contract with the streaming service to make four more originals. This past week, his fourth original released on Netflix...
Poor dental health can lead to serious issues in someone’s mouth and body. However, there are treatments available to combat the problems of poor dental health that can be provided by a local dentist. “It is better to catch the issues...
When it comes to maintaining good overall health, dental health plays an important role. According to the latest report from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 50% of all adults aged 30 or older, about 65 million people,...
Area residents were invited out to Salt Creek Grille in Princeton on the evening of June 13 for its summer kickoff event where the restaurant teamed up with Clase Azul Spirits for a tequila dinner. Patrons were greeted at the...
By Pam Hersh Anthony “Skip" Cimino, who last year assumed the job of executive director of the New Jersey State Assembly Majority Office, recently told me he was a “failure.” Having worked with him for decades in our various intersecting...
“For my next trick, I am going to f---ing kill myself.” These were the words announced by Taron Egerton as Elton John after swallowing a handful of Prozac, chasing them with a cocktail, and falling off of the diving board...
The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University is pleased to announce "Mister Deviant, Comrade Degenerate: Selected Works by Yevgeniy Fiks," a new summer exhibition on view from June 15 through July 31. The nine works, consisting of still photographs and...
By Pam Hersh Princeton-based architect Bob Hillier has completed projects in 34 countries throughout the world. And yet, the Princeton University undergraduate and graduate alumnus never has left the college campus. Never leaving Princeton University emotionally goes without saying. It is a...
Whether using a full Windsor, half-Windsor or a Victoria knot, actor Patrick J. Adams will be tightening up his necktie once more. It was announced on June 3, he will return for the final season of USA Network’s hit...
“Flood-tide below me. I see you face to face. Clouds of the west—sun there half an hour high—I see you also face to face.” Walt Whitman addressed the crowd with a reading of his poem, “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry,” at Rutgers University...
The smiles kept coming at Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s (PSO) recent PSO BRAVO! School Day concerts, featuring harpist Jacqueline Kerrod and Flamenco dancer Griset Damas-Roche, held in Princeton’s Richardson Auditorium on May 14. The orchestral program included a march by...
Netflix’s latest original series “Dead to Me” starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, whose first season was released on May 3, is off to a hot start. Bringing in great reviews over the course of the last few weeks, I...
Words mean everything when "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" premieres at the Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College from June 7-16. An eclectic group of students are set to compete in the spelling bee of their young...
On the morning of April 14, critically-acclaimed author George R.R. Martin confirmed in an interview with CBS’ Anderson Cooper on “60 Minutes” that HBO’s series “Game of Thrones” would have a different conclusion than his book series, “A Song...
Two River Theater in Red Bank was recently the host to a free live panel for its members in order for them to introduce its new production, “Oo-Bla-Dee,” which will be running from June 8-30. Moderated by WBGO 88.3 FM’s...
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