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On the Money: Front Page Fun With Shakespeare, Jane Austen, and Kelly Clarkson

What’s not to like when two giants of English literature are making news in the 21st century? What’s not to like about seeing a portion of Shakespeare’s handwriting on the…

Excitement Running High as Tickets Go on Sale For Michener’s Upcoming Grace Kelly Exhibition

With its new Grace Kelly exhibition opening in just two month’s time, the staff of the Michener Art Museum in Doylestown held a press conference last Thursday to show just…

Sick Seek Help at Utopian Space Station in Science Fiction Thriller

It’s 2154, and the planet Earth has become so polluted and overpopulated that anyone who can afford it has abandoned it to live in a luxurious state-of-the-art space station. Their…

“The Paris Wife” Meets “The Killers”: In Hemingway Six Words Are Worth a Thousand Pictures

“Ever go to the movies?” “Once in a while.” “You ought to go to the movies more. The movies are fine for a bright boy like you.” —from Ernest Hemingway’s “The…

D&R Greenway Exhibition Looks at Birds in Autumn

A reception for the artists with works in the D&R Greenway Land Trust’s latest exhibition will take place Thursday, August 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The exhibition, titled “The…

Solebury’s Art in the Garden Now Takes Place Over Two-Days

The 14th Annual Art in the Garden at Paxson Hill Farm will be held, Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1. The event, which runs each day from 10 a.m.…

Lee Daniels’ The Butler: Forest Whitaker Stars in Emotionally Searing Civil Rights Saga

Eugene Allen (1919-2010) served eight presidents during his career in the White House where he rose from the position of Pantry Man to Head Butler by the time he retired…

Celebrating Vivekananda’s American Adventure on His 150th Birthday

If you want to know India, study Vivekananda.  —Rabindranath Tagore to Romain Rolland The song really came from Swami Vivekananda, who said, ‘If there is a God, we must see…

The Trenton Museum Society Exhibit Features A Dozen Local Photographers

For six weeks, beginning on Friday, August 9, the entire first floor of the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie in Cadwalader Park will play host to twelve talented area photographers…

Time Stands Still” Explores Marriage, Photography, Morality — Wrapping Up Stellar Season at Princeton Summer Theater

In the midst of an increasingly heated argument over the question of the individual’s responsibility to reject the comfortable life and to try to make a difference for those who…