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Lambertville Art Sale for Big Brothers Big Sisters

A Pop-Up art show at 22 Church Street in Lambertville will showcase the works of two local artists, Elina Lorenz and Jacqui Alexander, on Saturday, February 28, starting at noon.…

Reading Lincoln  — “In the Great Journal of Things Happening Under the Sun”

In Ulysses, Stephen Dedalus calls history “a shout in the street.” Too bad the classroom windows were closed as I sleepwalked through high school, no shouts, no streets, only a…

MCCC Showcases Award Winning Artists

The Mercer County arts community came out in force earlier this month to view the rich and varied works of fellow artists at the Awards Ceremony and Opening Reception for…

Renowned St. Olaf Choir Visits Princeton; Presents an Excellent Choral Performance

Although there are many fine higher education institutions training choir directors in the country, two choral powerhouses have remained at the top of the heap for decades. For many years…

Jupiter Ascending: Housekeeper Is Earth’s Heir Apparent in Science Fiction Movie 

In 1999, Andy and Lana Wachowski wowed the world with a spectacular mind-bender called The Matrix. But that was ages ago — another millennium — in fact, and their fans…

Brazilian “Carnaval Magic” At West Windsor Arts Center

For it’s annual fundraiser, the West Windsor Arts Council (WWAC) has planned the party of the year inspired by the spectacular Brazilian Carnaval known around the world. On February 28,…

Men of Great Spirit and Fine Feeling: Mr. Ciccolini, Mr. Turner, Mr. Lennon, and Mr. McCartney

Have you heard the word is love — Lennon/McCartney, “The Word” With Valentine’s Day almost upon us, and the Oscars not far behind, I’ve been thinking about love scenes in film,…

Morven Remembers Hugh Mercer, In Scottish Diaspora Tapestry

Morven Museum and Garden on Stockton Street is participating in a worldwide celebration of The Scottish Diaspora by bringing volunteer stitchers together to work on a single tapestry panel that…

Innovative Organist Cameron Carpenter Electrifies Audience at McCarter Theatre

When one thinks of an organ recital, the first thought that comes to mind is a church setting, listening to an organist with his back to the audience, playing music…

Kingsman: The Secret Service – Colin Firth Shines as Suave Spy in Nostalgic Homage to 007

Harry Hart (Colin Firth) is so unassuming and buttoned-downed that no one would suspect him to be a highly skilled secret agent capable of killing at the drop of a…