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On His 130th Birthday — A Little Touch of Kafka in the Night

While today, July 3, is Franz Kafka’s 130th birthday, the shadow of his name continues to spread, stretching on either side of his birth and death dates, 1883 and 1924.…

Collection of Iconic Photography At Princeton University Art Museum

Sondra Gilman and her husband Celso Gonzalez-Falla own what is, arguably, one of the world’s finest photography collections. The couple’s Upper East Side townhouse contains vintage and contemporary photography. Visitors…

Princeton Resident Terri Halbreich David, PhD Publishes “Mail Call,” Letters During World War II

“Children are not born to be historians of their little world. They do not interview their parents about events that happened earlier in their parents’ lives. Children live in the…

Area Exhibits

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”…

Backup Singers Finally Get Some Recognition in Pop Music Documentary

Do the names Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer, Darlene Love, Claudia Lennear, Tata Vega, or Lynn Mabry ring a bell? Probably not, yet you are undoubtedly very familiar with their work…

Don’t Stop Believing — James Gandolfini’s Tony Soprano Lives On and On and On and On

The magnitude of the response to James Gandolfini’s death in Rome last Wednesday is clearly also a tribute to a fictional character and a television series created by David Chase…

Perfumes, Anyone? Sweetness, True Love, and Old Fashioned Charm? Summer Theater Opens With “She Loves Me,” a Romantic Musical Delight

“A romantic atmosphere” pervades the Hamilton Murray Theater, as Princeton Summer Theater (PST) embarks on its new season with a rollicking, endearing production of She Loves Me, a 1963 Broadway hit…

Princeton Festival Sails Into McCarter Theatre With Production of “Der Fliegende Holländer”

This season The Princeton Festival has been presenting a wide variety of musical genres ranging from a cappella vocal jazz to chamber music to the Festival’s annual youth piano competition.…

World War Z: Horror Film Pits Pitt Against Zombies in Planet-wide Pandemic

After a career spent risking his life in international hotspots like Bosnia and Liberia, Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) resigned from his dangerous post at the United Nations in order to…

Area Exhibits 6/26/13

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”…