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Dryden Ensemble Presents a “Cantata Fest” For an Afternoon of J.S. Bach’s Music

One can never get too much J.S. Bach on a winter Sunday afternoon. The Dryden Ensemble brought some rarely-heard works to Miller Chapel on the campus of Princeton Theological Seminary…

The Imitation Game: Biopic Chronicles Exploits of Cryptologists Who Cracked the Nazi Code

At the outset of World War II, the Nazis gained an early advantage with the help of its Enigma, the encrypting machine which enabled the German military to communicate without…

 “There Is No Limit to Paris” — Revisiting the City of Hugo, Baudelaire, Walter Benjamin, and Daumier

“Paris is always showing its teeth; when it is not scolding it is laughing.” – Victor Hugo Read in the aftermath of the terrorist attack on a satirical journal in…

Danny Lyon’s Iconic Civil Rights Era Images Document Selma and Washington at TCNJ

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the historic march from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama that ultimately saw President Lyndon Johnson sign the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Besides…

Diana Crane Serves Up Coward, Grenfell At Lawrenceville School This Sunday

Princeton resident and talented local actress Diana Crane will discuss and perform selections from the works of two very English notables, Noël Coward (1899-1973) and Joyce Grenfell (1910-1979), in “A…

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Starts New Year With Violin Virtuoso Sarah Chang

Each year, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) passes winter’s bleakest days by exploring music of a specific genre, composer, or singular theme. This year, the NJSO enhanced its “Winter…

The Wedding Ringer: Kevin Hart and Josh Gad Co-Star in Preposterous Comedy

Doug Harris (Josh Gad) and Gretchen Palmer (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) are putting the finishing touches on their impending wedding festivities. However, the groom has yet to find a best man, even…

Cheering New Work from Paul Muldoon in the Wake of Charlie Hebdo

Even if you work for a small, essentially well-meaning weekly, you don’t have to wear a Je Suis Charlie pin to connect with the fellow journalists who died in last…

Haitian Drawings and Vodou Flags In Show at Stuart Country Day School

Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart’s winter gallery exhibition in the Considine Gallery has two parts to it. Both concern the art and culture of Haiti. One is…

The Princeton University Opera Theater Starts a New Year With Operatic Flourish

Princeton University Opera Theater brought together the late 17th and 20th centuries this past weekend with a presentation of two operas separated by 300 years, but both representative of their…