For those looking for a pandemic outing that offers a healthy dose of social distancing, we’ve got you covered with your own self-guided covered bridge tour.
The Institute of Contemporary Photography calls Walker Evans “one of the leading photographers in the history of American documentary.” He is also the subject of a new Princeton University Press book, “Walker Evans: Starting from Scratch,” by art historian and U.C. Berkeley emerita professor Svetlana Alpers.
The Princeton University Art Museum will present a Zoom talk with artist Vik Muniz on Thursday, November 12, at 5:30 p.m.
The United Way seeks volunteers; Acting Naturally needs playwrights, actors, and directors; Rider offers a business scholarship; and more.
Elizabeth Sheldon is the founder of the Princeton-centered international film distribution company Juno Films. Its next act: “Radium Girls,” set for the Princeton Garden Theater’s virtual screenings beginning Friday, November 13.
The American Museum of Glass’s galleries in Millville illuminate the history of New Jersey glassmaking from the Colonial era to the present.
Opportunities for artists, environmentalists, theater lovers, and the civic-minded.
"Around 9 a.m., on the bitterly cold Friday, January 3, 1777, the terrifying sounds of musket and cannon fire made by several thousand soldiers finally diminished and became more distant,” starts William (Larry) Kidder in his new book, “Revolutionary Princeton 1774 - 1783: The Biography of an American Town.”
As a dinosaur-enthusiast from way back, I had an idea of what was running through the girl’s mind. That’s because these bigger-than-life once-real creatures are an enchanting potion of science, imagination, and mystery.
Record shops in the area that had been quieted by the pandemic get to turn up their volume with upcoming Record Store Days on Saturdays, October 24 and November 28.