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“Strange Days Indeed” — John Lennon, Kathmandu, and Loud Mouth Lime

The other night I found John Lennon alive and well online singing “There’s a little yellow idol to the north of Kathmandu” from “Nobody Told Me,” a song brimming over…

Patrick Ryan’s New Art Space, Gallery 353, Will Feature Local and Regional Artists

A new art gallery opens in Princeton this Friday, May 22, with an exhibition of oil paintings by Heather Sturt Haaga. Ms. Haaga is well-known in Princeton as both a…

Pitch Perfect 2: The Bellas Are Back for Another Madcap A Cappella Adventure

The Bellas are back and badder than before! In case you’re unfamiliar with the sassy, all-girl singing group, they’re students at Barden University, a fictional college located in Atlanta, Georgia.…

In a New York Moment: Having It Both Ways on Samuel Beckett’s Other Birthday

Except for the lack of a parking spot on Charlie Parker Place, the transition from Princeton to Manhattan has never been smoother, turnpike to tunnel, uptown, crosstown to a bench…

Arts Council and HomeFront Student Show at D&R Greenway

D&R Greenway welcomes the public to “All Eyes on Nature,” an exhibition of innovative works by ArtsExchange students of the Arts Council of Princeton, through HomeFront. Dynamic images of nature…

Rachel Bonds’s Low-Key “Five Mile Lake” Channels Chekhov, Examines Life’s Regrets and Frustrations, Hopes and Dreams

“Where does one get to with your heroes?” Leo Tolstoy complained about his Russian contemporary Anton Chekhov,” from the sofa to the outhouse and from the outhouse back to the…

Pro Musica’s Performance of Choral Vigil Could Perhaps Have Been So Much More

Princeton Pro Musica closed its 2014-15 season this past Saturday night with a work well suited for the ensemble, and in an appropriate acoustical space, but the performance may have…

Mad Max: Fury Road – Road Warrior Rises to the Occasion in Remake of Sci-Fi Series

Fury Road restarts the legendary Mad Max series which has been dormant for several decades. This fourth movie was again produced, written, and directed by Oscar-winner George Miller (Happy Feet)…

The Fate of Gil Hodges and Other Strange Doings On the Field of Dreams

It was like playing in a ghost town. — Baltimore pitcher Zach Britton You’ve heard of the Ship without a Crew. Last Wednesday it was the Game without a Crowd, Camden…

Modern Masterworks Will Return to PUAM This Fall

A major exhibition of masterworks by Cézanne, Degas, Manet, Modigliani, and Van Gogh will be on view at the Princeton University Art Museum from September 12, through January 3, 2016.…

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