Sunday, April 11, 2021

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Portrait of the Artist as a Young Trenton Latina

“Art saved my life,” says Trenton-based artist Tamara Torres, part of the current Women Artists, Trenton Style exhibit at Ellarslie. “It really did.”

An Ornithologist Shares the Joys of Birdwatching

Since birdwatching has a seemingly limitless number of game to catch by eye, it’s an activity where the sky — along with everything under it — is the limit.

Robeson’s Life of Advocacy Celebrated in Graphic Form

Rutgers University Press’ just released “Ballad of an American: A Graphic Biography of Paul Robeson” gives a fresh look at a regionally connected American icon — literally.

Catch ‘Roebling’ To Go

Playwright Mark Violi says his play “Roebling: The Story of the Brooklyn Bridge,” currently available for online viewing through Theater to Go through April 9, “is very much a local story.”


Summer camps announce their offerings, plant sales go online, and more.

Survival Guide

Fast Lane

On the Move: MCCC Partnership, Management Moves, Deaths

MCCC announces a new partnership; new appointments at Billtrust, Stark & Stark, and Medlogix; and more.

People on the Move: Management Moves, Abel Prize, Deaths

Ted Deutsch takes the reins at Taft Communications; Maplewood announces leadership roles; IAS' Wigderson shares the Abel Prize, and more.

CytoSorbents Announces New HQ

CytoSorbents Corporation has announced a 15-year lease agreement for 48,500 square feet on College Road East, scheduled to begin on June 1.

At Stake in the Capital City: Architectural History

The New Jersey Department of Health and Agriculture Building on South Warren Street, consisting of an eight-story office wing and a five-story laboratory wing, is playing a role in an ongoing, slow-moving Capital City drama.


Updates from CASA, COVID, and ACT

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month; COVID vaccine eligibility is expanding; and Stakeholders Allied for the Core of Trenton have started a petition.

Of Birds & Bunnies

Birds and bunnies bring life to the Garden State.

Summer Camps Are Back

Summer camps, and U.S. 1's annual summer camp issue, look a little different this year. But they're back.

An Update from Princeton University Art Museum

The Princeton University Art Museum will remain closed in anticipation of construction beginning on its new space this summer.