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Princeton Photography Club Collaborates With New Lakefront Gallery for First Show

Local photographers will showcase their work and inaugurate a new gallery space dedicated to the photographic arts when the exhibition “A Point of View” opens this Thursday, June 13, at…

The Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra Closes Their Season With Neapolitan Flair

The Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra (GPYO) finished the 2012-13 season by showcasing two of the ensembles of the orchestra’s expansive program as well as a guest vocal soloist and a…

Area Exhibits 6/12/13

Art All Night, in the Roebling Wire Rope Factory, 675 South Clinton Avenue, Trenton, starts Saturday, June 15 at 3 p.m. and runs through the following day. Visit artworkstrenton.org for…

Man Of Steel: Superman’s Roots Revealed in Remake of DC Comics Series

For my generation, Superman was “a strange visitor from another planet” who was “faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in…

Light and Dark: Themes and Anthems for a European Tour

The first real summer vacation I ever had was two and a half months in Europe with a student tour called the Golden Bear. I picked that particular tour because…

Three Fine Art Photographers Pushing the Medium at Gallery 14

Photographers Martha Weintraub, Rhoda Kassof-Isaac, and Wiebke Martens feature in a joint exhibition at Hopewell’s fine photography Gallery 14, opening Friday June 7 and running through July 7. Ms. Weintraub…

Area Exhibits 6/5/13

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”…

The Kings of Summer: Runaway Teens Build Shack in the Woods in Quirky Comedy

Freshman year of high school has just ended for Patrick (Gabriel Basso) who isn’t looking forward to spending the summer under the same roof as his over protective parents (Megan…

Spenser in Life: Students and Teachers From Keats to Alpers

Minor miracles are literature’s stock in trade. Thus an English poet who died at 47 in 1599 can change the lives of a stableman’s son in London in 1813, a…

Prallsville Exhibition Features Local Artists In Rare Two-Person Show Opening Sunday

Although they share their home and their lives, and have the creative impulse in common, husband and wife artists Lucy Graves McVicker and Charles McVicker rarely exhibit their artwork together.…