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Opportunities

AuditionMcCarter Theater seeks boys and girls ages 5 to 13 to play a variety of roles in “A Christmas Carol.” All children are encouraged to audition, regardless of their...

Contemporary Composers Marking American History

The “new” of the new arts season will be pronounced over the next few weeks with the regional premieres of two works by two composers with connections to the...

Flemer Goes From Planting Trees to Growing Blue Grass

The newly restored barn at St. Michaels Farm Preserve in Hopewell is set on a hill, where visitors can see rolling farmland and grazing animals. A few hundred feet...

Coming This Year to a Movie Theater Near You

Survival — of body, intellect, and soul — was an overriding theme of the 2013 Telluride Film Festival, held once again in a former silver mining town, 9,000 feet...

A Found Artist and His Found Art Installation

‘I didn’t invent the concept, but I’ve taken it to a new level,” says David Dobkin as he fastens an 8-by-10-inch photograph of a man standing in a foreign...

Pluses & Minuses Of Google+

Call Lynette Young an early adopter. A really early adopter.“Literally four hours after Google started sending private invites for Google+, I received one from a friend of mine on...

ARB Spotlights Fall Season at Rider

American Repertory Ballet (ARB) kicks off an ambitious autumn with a two-night presentation on Friday and Saturday, September 20 and 21, at 7:30 p.m. at Rider University’s Bart Luedeke...

Opportunities

AuditionM&M Stage Productions has auditions for “A Night in the Theater” and “The Actor’s Nightmare,” on Saturday and Sunday, November 2 and 3, to 5 p.m. CM Building, Mercer...

Online and on the Streets

Just two or three years ago, one of us at U.S. 1 had the bright idea of starting an online news site that would cover shopping news. That’s right,...

Before and After Exhibit Tells of Bikes and the Brain

In 1985 John Sears was riding his bicycle to George School in Newtown, Pennsylvania, where he worked as an art teacher for 17 years. Cited by the Rhode Island...