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Jurassic World: “Jurassic Park” Sequel Revives Prehistoric Horror Film Series

How do you revive an expiring film series that fell out of favor 12 years ago after audiences became jaded with visual effects that they no longer found spellbinding? In…

No Turning Back — Hiking Through “Augie March” On Saul Bellow’s Centenary

Saul Bellow, who was born 100 years ago today in a suburb of Montreal, began his breakthrough novel The Adventures of Augie March in Paris in 1948 and finished it…

Photographs of Cuba At MCCC Gallery

A special photography exhibition featuring Mercer County Community College (MCCC) alumna Alina Bliach (’06) opens with a reception in the Gallery at MCCC on Saturday, June 13, from 6 to…

Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra Closes Season In Full Symphonic Fashion

Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra (GPYO) wrapped up its 2014-15 season this past Saturday night with a very full concert at Richardson Auditorium. Presenting three of the ensembles within the GPYO…

Insidious: Chapter 3 – Lin Shaye Returns in a Movie That Will Keep You in Suspense

The good news about Insidious 3 is that you don’t have to know what happened in the first two episodes in order to follow this movie’s plotline. This prequel does…

“Too Deep for Tears” — The Long Journey of John and Alicia Nash

Responding to the deaths of John and Alicia Nash in a May 23 accident on the New Jersey Turnpike, Jennifer Connelly, the actress who won an Oscar playing Alicia in…

Another Unique Exploration of N.J. History On Display at Morven Museum and Garden

  Where else but Princeton’s Morven Museum & Garden would you find an exhibition devoted entirely to the history of chair-making in New Jersey? Even though the museum’s staff is…

San Andreas: Harrowing Earthquake Movie Takes Place in San Francisco

If you were afraid to swim in the ocean after watching Jaws, you might be reluctant to visit San Francisco after seeing this spectacular disaster movie. Directed by Brad Peyton…

Don Draper’s California Dream: Is It a Smile, a Half-Smile, or a Smirk? 

Mad Man begins and ends with Don Draper, formerly Dick Whitman, alone, and yet not alone. In the opening scene of the pilot, it’s the dawn of the sixties, he’s…

Works by Van Nesse Greene At Doylestown’s Gratz Gallery

The Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio, at its new location, 5230 Silo Hill Road in Doylestown, is pleased to announce “Albert Van Nesse Greene (1887-1971) Impressions of Life,” an exhibition…