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Jim Dessicino, a nationally renowned sculptor with a fleeting presence in Princeton, shaped his words in a way that perfectly reflected my feelings. “I have been in serious shock over the whole thing and am still trying to come to...
Five-year-old Ella is too young to enroll in The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), but she has a special relationship with the school. One might say she owes her existence to TCNJ’s Women’s and Gender Studies program. Ella’s “mom” is children’s...
The Central NJ Ballet Theatre recently presented “The Nutcracker” at Villa Victoria Academy in Ewing and the Carslake Community Center in Bordentown. Presented by young ballerinas and danseurs, the Central NJ Ballet Theatre’s children put on a wonderful production. Localizing the...
“The Winter’s Tale,” known as a late romance from William Shakespeare, is currently in production at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey in Madison. Directed by Bonnie J. Monte, the play, which she refers to as an “adult fairy tale,”...
The Christmas/Hanukkah shopping season inspired me to reach out to David Newton, who managed Palmer Square for more than two decades, to get his take on the retail environment and development opportunities in Princeton.  He presented me with his...
“And My True Love Gave To Me!,” an original play from Luigi Jannuzzi, will be playing at Hudson Theatre Works in Weehawken through Dec. 16. Jannuzzi, who has been working with the publishing company Samuel French, Inc. since the early...
Two dance celebrations in the past week moved me enormously without physically moving me. I hardly moved in my seat during a Nov. 24 American Repertory Ballet performance of the "Nutcracker"at McCarter Theatre, featuring New York City Ballet soloist and...
Arts Council of Princeton presents the opening reception of Charles David Viera’s “Clear the Studio” Benefit Exhibition. After four decades of creating art – and in an effort to clear space in his studio – Charles David Viera has graciously...
Passage Theatre is excited to present a staged reading of the beloved holiday story "It’s a Wonderful Life." Staged as a radio play, complete with sound effects produced onstage, this performance is both a mini-fundraiser for Trenton’s Barrymore Award-winning...
The Count Basie Center for the Arts, Townsquare Media, top 40 station 94.3 The Point and Citi joined forces on “Giving Tuesday” to raise nearly $30,000 to underwrite free tickets to Basie holiday shows for area first responders and...
Hopewell Theater is raising funds for youth arts education this holiday season at the box office with a “Give Hope” fundraising drive for Young Audiences Arts for Learning.  Hopewell Theater patrons can add a donation for Young Audiences to...
McCarter Theatre Center will present Elevator Repair Service’s multi-award-winning play, "Gatz," the critically-lauded performance of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s "The Great Gatsby," for three performances, Feb. 15 – 17 on the Berlind Stage in Princeton. The "Gatz" will be presented as a...
West Windsor – Community residents seeking cultural events in December need travel no further than Mercer County Community College (MCCC). The MCCC Theatre, Dance and Music programs combine their talents for a variety of concerts and performances – and all...
Princeton resident Carol Golden in late 2017 felt like the Grinch who was stealing Christmas from a Trenton family in dire need of safe housing. A year went by and Carol became a Santa Claus to this same mother and...
August Wilson’s “King Hedley II,” is now on stage at the Two River Theater in Red Bank. The ninth play of Wilson’s ten-piece “American Century Cycle” is directed by Broadway and television actor Brandon J. Dirden. Dirden, who is known...
New Feathers, a theatrical reading series is preparing for their second night of three productions at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pa. Produced by John Augustine, Mandee K. Hammerstein and Greg T. Nanni, the productions offer local...
The third annual “Soul-Filled Bowls” community fundraiser will return to Princeton on Saturday, Dec. 15. Taking place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the fundraiser will be held at the Taplin Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts...
Larry Campanella is in the holiday spirit once again, fundraising for Toys for Tots with the release of his newest book, "Gavin's Christmas Surprise." The story takes place in Burlington, Vermont, with the two main characters attending Champlain Elementary School...
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