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Apple Days Return at Terhune Orchards

Over the years, Apple Day at Terhune Orchards has become a local tradition. We are pleased to welcome many of the same families who return year after year because...

Sculptor’s Sleight of Hand Creates Mechanical Moments

The sculpture of Eric Schultz often elicits a warm happy feeling in the viewer. His characters, made from rusted old parts, embody pathos and personality. So it is surprising...

Vidalia Restaurant: Perfect Atmosphere, Perfect Food, Perfect Service

Chef Salvatore Scarlata, owner of Vidalia Restaurant, is so focused on creating the perfect fine Italian meal, he grows his own herbs and spices, at his home, just for...

What Makes Notre Dame Special

by Mary Liz Ivins, PrincipalChoosing a high school can be a daunting task. Parents want to ensure that their children will be respected and valued. The Notre Dame High...

Emerson String Quartet Gets Theatrical with New Work for Ear and Eye

In “Shostakovich and the Black Monk: A Russian Fantasy,” Philip Setzer, violinist of the Emerson String Quartet, and author/ director James Glossman have created a theater piece that is...

Opportunities

Call For ArtD&R Greenway Land Trust is accepting art for its December juried exhibition, “Feather & Flight.” The exhibit celebrates birds, as well as highlighting conservation’s significant role in...

Bucks County Playhouse Review: ‘Rock and Roll Man’

‘Rock and Roll Man,” having its world premiere at New Hope’s Bucks County Playhouse, is what I call a “trowel play.”It relates a story worth telling, it keeps interest...

Harvest Dining 2017: Restaurants That Stand the Test of Time

Restaurants come and restaurants go; it’s a fact of life. But some very few mysteriously live on, decade after decade, earning and keeping loyal (some would say, fanatic) customers...

To the Editor: Bill Would Protect NJ Freelancers

More than 600,000 New Jersey freelancers generate receipts of $30 billion annually to the state’s economy. But despite their emergence as an increasingly important sector in the business community,...

Brick Farm Tavern: Fall Flavors Have Arrived

This is the time of year when fruits and vegetables roll in daily from our farm and foraging partners and the kitchen is full of color and flavors at...

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An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.