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Anna Leader, teacher of French and English at The Pennington School, won Luxembourg's national literary contest for young authors three times, and her literary translation work has garnered numerous prizes. Most recently, Luxembourg’s national theater commissioned her to write...
The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers celebrates the life and achievements of its late director Thomas Sokolowski – an activist and arts leader since the early 1980s – during Art Before/After Hours, with live virtual programming on Dec. 1. The...
  Rider University will offer a Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) in Acting for Film, Television and Theatre beginning in the fall of 2021. The program is a Professional Actor Training Program to prepare artists for the 21st-century. Rider's B.F.A. program trains actors not...
McCarter Theatre announced it will cancel all live performances through at least June 2021 because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.     "We are so very grateful for the kind notes and generous support that we continue to receive every day. Your...
Saturday, November 14 Morven Museum & Garden will hold "The Calming Art of Cross Stitch" virtual workshop from noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 12 and 19; or from 2-4 p.m. Nov. 14. Register at morven.org   Mercer County will hold a paper shredding...
By Pam Hersh For kids growing up in Princeton in the 1980s and 1990s, a highlight of Princeton’s Nassau Street scene was Lindy. Everyone loved Lindy, the 200-pound stuffed ram, who often served as a designated gathering spot for middle...
Tiffany Fang of Princeton took home Best in Show at the 2020 Mercer County Artists Exhibit, hosted by The Gallery at Mercer County Community College (MCCC), for her graphite-on-paper piece, Sun Spot.  Another notable winner was MCCC alumna and 2019...
By Pam Hersh In this time of high angst over the state of our democracy, job security, fiscal resources, housing insecurity/potential eviction, and, of course, our health during a raging pandemic, I have had the best time going to a...
The Metlar-Bodine House Museum is reopening after months of closure due to COVID-19.   Discover Piscataway’s exceptional 354-year-old back story told in a docent-led tour. Learn why and how America’s tradition of celebrating July 4 began in Piscataway in 1778. View...
Editor's Note: Please call before attending any event. As of press time, certain restrictions were still in place due to the coronavirus outbreak.     Mondays & Thursdays Cranbury residents age 55 and older can exercise via Zoom. Classes meet on both Mondays and...
El DĂ­a de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) comes alive through color and celebration with an exhibition at the Arts Council of Princeton through Nov. 14. El DĂ­a de los Muertos is observed in Mexico and throughout the world this...
The Arts Council of Princeton is the recipient of a general operating support grant from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. The council has awarded more than $16.3 million in grants to more than 700 arts organizations, projects...
A reading by award-winning indigenous Chamoru poet Dr. Craig Santos Perez, and Program in Creative Writing seniors Paige Allen, Lucy Chuang, Maya Eashwaran, Vail Linn and Hannah Wang, next in the 2020-21 season of the C.K. Williams Reading Series,...
Princeton University Concerts and the University Musical Society of the University of Michigan have released the first installment of a new digital initiative conceived by multiple Grammy Award-winning mezzosoprano Joyce DiDonato. “Sing for Today” features DiDonato responding to current events...
Editor's Note: Please call before attending any event. As of press time, certain restrictions were still in place due to the coronavirus outbreak.     Mondays & Thursdays Cranbury residents age 55 and older can exercise via Zoom. Classes meet on both Mondays and...
By Pam Hersh Tay Walker never just wanted a job. She sought a job that consumed her thoughts morning, noon and night, a job that made her want to dive in rather than check out. Her dream became a reality...
Editor's Note: Please call before attending any event. As of press time, certain restrictions were still in place due to the coronavirus outbreak.     Mondays & Thursdays Cranbury residents age 55 and older can exercise via Zoom. Classes meet on both Mondays and...
Subhead: James S. "Murr" Murray of "Impractical Jokers" fame releases newest book, "Don't Move" It may not be impossible to spot one of your favorite Tenderloins in the greater Princeton area. James S. "Murr" Murray, one of the stars of "Impractical...
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