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New Art Space to Launch in Trenton

A trio of local developers is partnering with Isles, Trenton Downtown Association, and the City of Trenton to renovate the former Studios @ 219 at 219 Hanover Street to create a new gallery, artist studio space, and coworking space for creative entrepreneurs.

On the Move: Weidel, Terracycle, First Bank, and More

A new manager at Weidel, an update on TerraCycle stock, a completed bank merger, and more.

Quakers Get Their Say in New Documentary

The WHYY television premiere of the film “Quakers: the Quiet Revolutionaries” on Sunday, October 6, is significant for more than a few reasons.

Concert Series Opens With Boundary Pushing Master

This season the Institute for Advanced Study’s Edward T. Cone Concert Series will encompass four pairs of Friday and Saturday programs, and they feature artists who couldn’t be more diverse.

Bristol Riverside Review: ‘An Act of God’

David Javerbaum's comedy runs through October 13.

Opportunities: For Actors & Volunteers

Kelsey and Villagers theaters seek actors, and Lambertville looks for garden volunteers.

Fighting Prejudice, One App at a Time

Sociologist Ruha Benjamin will share some of her findings in a talk, “Are Robots Racist? Reimagining Technology, Equity, and the New Jim Code,” on Friday, October 4, at 2 p.m., in McCosh Hall 10 at Princeton University.

The Perfumer Who Couldn’t Smell

Firmenich perfumer Sabine de Tscharner will speak on Thursday, October 10, at “Redefining Success,” an event sponsored by Ellevate, a community of professional women.

Lions and Tigers and Bands, Oh My

Look ahead at this week's Princeton University football game -- and the many other upcoming events available in our calendar.