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The Shrewsbury Chorale, which has performed throughout Monmouth County since 1957, announced its schedule for the 2018-19 season. The Shrewbury Chorale, which is directed by Neil F. Brown and accompanied by John Balme, sings a wide variety of music that...
The Amish Outlaws performed its wide range of music to the crowd at the Middlesex County Fair in East Brunswick on Aug. 8. The band, which just celebrated its 15th anniversary this July, performs music of various types - from...
"Oklahoma!," Rodgers and Hammerstein’s first musical, was brought to Music Mountain Theatre in Lambertville, where audiences were met with a musical and entertaining evening from director Michael Moeller. Taking place in 1906 in the title setting, cowboy Curly McLain (Harrison...
The little elderly Jewish lady (yours truly), renowned in Princeton for her hats, put on one of her favorite “crowns” to go to church on Aug. 5. The visit that Sunday was to the First Baptist Church of Princeton. My purpose...
"A Shot in The Dark," premiered at the Monmouth Film Festival on Aug. 10 at the Two River Theatre in Red Bank. "A Shot in The Dark" is a documentary following a St. John Vianney High School senior, Anthony Ferraro,...
Filmmaker, Kevin O'Brien took home two awards at the end of the New Hope Film Festival on Sunday, July 29, for his film, At The End of the Day. Holding his awards high, O'Brien was pleased to secure the LGBTQ...
"Weight," which premiered at the Indie Street Film Festival in Red Bank on July 27, was written, directed and produced by Rob Margolies, a New Jersey native from Rumson. "Weight" is about an overweight Brooklyn, N.Y., man who struggles to...
To support 700 arts organizations, projects and artists throughout the state of New Jersey, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts bestowed over $15.7 million in grant funding. The grant funding was announced at the Arts Council’s 52nd annual...
Princeton Ballet School (PBS) instructor, Rachel Stanislawczyk, describes aspects of her profession as being rooted in a “homemade” recipe with a particular connection to her grandfather. The ingredients include no sugar, but the finished product is sweet with a filling...
By Najeeb Riaz, M.D. Eating disorders are often characterized as conditions affecting young girls and women, but statistics show these conditions also impact a significant number of boys and men. However, due to stigma and cultural biases associated with eating disorders,...
A few weeks ago, I peaked in the window of the newly relocated Cranbury Station Gallery on Palmer Square--now at 10 Hulfish Street next to Jazams--for a glimpse of artwork by my favorite Princeton landscape artist, Kathleen Maguire Morolda...
Asbury Park is moving forward as an emerging visual hub for new age artists as the community immerses itself in contemporary culture. Today, animated murals adorn the sides of haunting infrastructures, which are now insecure from the impact of natural...
Musicians on a Mission, a local nonprofit organization, had two of its local bands performing at the Monmouth County Fair on July 27. The organization, which was founded in 2010, was conceived with the goal of using the power...
A show that is anything but fun for all families, William Shakespeare’s, ‘Titus Andronicus,’ premiered on  July 18 at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey that is located on the campus of Drew University in Madison. The dark and chilling...
William Shakespeare’s, Romeo and Juliet, is now in production at the Heritage Center Theatre in Morrisville, Pa., until July 29. The classic tale of star-crossed lovers is anything but perfect as the Heritage Center Theatre’s cast put on a disappointing...
Robert Murphy is a man of few words. The philosophy guiding his professional life as a fitness facility management professional can be summed up in just a few of his words: “Well done is better than well said,” said Rob,...
A night of laughs, romance and deceit were the common themes when The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s ‘The Servant of Two Masters’ came to life on their outdoor stage on the campus of the College of St. Elizabeth...
Great news. It’s back. Like a zombie, the consolidation controversy has risen from its death declaration a few years ago in Princeton.  Once again, consolidation is the source of energetic debate in my life. After Princeton Borough and Princeton Township voted to...
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