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Good Vibrations as the Michener Opens Harry Bertoia Exhibition in Doylestown

“Structure and Sound,” an exhibition of sculpture, furniture, monoprints, and jewelry by the Italian-born artist Harry Bertoia, opened Saturday, July 20 in the Beans Gallery at the James A. Michener…

Intense Murder Mystery, Stirring Romance, and Madcap Farce: Four Actors Take on 130 Roles in “The 39 Steps” at Summer Theater

In the opening moments of Princeton Summer Theater’s ceaselessly entertaining The 39 Steps, Richard Hannay, the dashing hero, sits alone in his London apartment. It’s 1935, between the Wars. He…

The Philadelphia Orchestra Returns After an Almost 50 Year Absence

William and Judith Scheide clearly have deep roots in Princeton, but until this past week, no one in the community knew about their strong connection to the Philadelphia Orchestra. From…

Area Exhibits 7/24/13

Art Times Two Gallery, Princeton Brain and Spine Care, 731 Alexander Road, presents photos by Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick and Kris Giacobbe, titled “REPORT: Providing Health Care Where Basic Needs are Unmet”…

A Paranormal Investigation Is Revisited in Horror Film

In 1952, Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) founded the New England Society for Psychic Research. The couple also turned a wing of their house into a museum…

Sleeping on Hallowed Ground: A Gettysburg Seance With Stephen Crane

She was at last looking upon those curious beings who rode down from the North — those men of legend and colossal tale — they who were possessed of such…

Faces and Facets at PU Art Museum Showcases Recent Acquisitions

This summer, the Princeton University Art Museum will offer visitors a smorgasbord of tasty morsels by way of a special installation designed to highlight the range and depth of its…

Speedy Snail Enters Indy 500 in Animated Adventure

Theo (Ryan Reynolds) is ridiculed by his friends for dreaming the impossible dream of competing in the Indianapolis 500. Even his brother, Chet (Paul Giamatti), suggests that, “The sooner you…

“Time Is a Very Considerable Place” — Beethoven Plays an Adagio for Proust’s Birthday

I can be visited in bed by the brook and the birds of the Pastoral Symphony, which poor Beethoven enjoyed no more directly than I do since he was completely…

Lambertville Artists’ Joint Show Benefits LGBT Trevor Project

Two artists with strong affinities for color are presenting a joint show of their work, titled “True Colors,” at the Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville. Alla Podolsky of Philadelphia is a…