Handbell music composer Susan Nelson is a rock star in Estonia.
"I am an open mic host, community artistic event organizer, a bit of a poet, and run a community theater group — most, if not all, of my events are free,” says Todd Evans.
Calls for diapers and volunteers, and scholarships and summer camps for students.
April will be a revealing month regarding the American-born English poet and Nobel Laureate T. S. Eliot and his relationship with his lifelong friend and muse, Emily Hale.
Laurie A. Greene nicely sets up her newly published book, “Drag Queens and Beauty Queens: Contesting Femininity in the World’s Playground,” with the following: “This book describes a process of evolving community identity in Atlantic City, New Jersey, by examining the dynamic relationship between a pair of spectacles, the iconic Miss America Pageant, and its drag counterpart, the Miss’d America Pageant."
The 15th annual Princeton Environmental Film Festival, organized by Princeton Public Library, runs in a virtual format through Sunday, April 18.
Places for volunteers to work outside, poetry, summer camps, and more.
“Art saved my life,” says Trenton-based artist Tamara Torres, part of the current Women Artists, Trenton Style exhibit at Ellarslie. “It really did.”
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.
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.