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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.

From OB-GYN to Singer-Songwriter

For singer Helen O’Shea, the path from her native Ireland — and her original career as an obstetrician and medical school professor — has been one with several twists and turns, happily ending in Princeton.

How Two Kids from Princeton Formed a Soulful Duet

Between vocalist/guitarist Jonah Tolchin’s blues-inspired playing and Kevin Clifford’s almost contrapuntal drumming, audience members at their concerts are sometimes known to look around to see if there are other musicians onstage. But no, it’s just the two of them.


Opportunities from the August 8, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.


The following opportunities were published in the July 25, 2018 issue of U.S. Newspaper.

Briz Spreads Joy at Summer Concert Series

Although soul singer-songwriter Briz is reticent when speaking about herself on the phone, she is not shy at all on stage. Quite the opposite, in fact.

Native American Exhibition Draws the Life Line at Watershed

The totem pole on the grounds of Pennington’s Watershed Institute catches the visitor’s eye with multiple images carved into its 16-foot-high, 2,500-pound structure.

Review: Princeton Summer Theater’s ‘Uncommon Women and Others’

The Princeton Summer Theater production of "Uncommon Women and Others" focuses heavily on the humor of the play and misses some of the more poignant moments.


A roundup of opportunities from the July 18, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Transforming Wood, Metal, and Leather to Feelings

Sculptor Ursula von Rydinsvard has many reasons for making art, from the pleasure and the pain of it, to get answers to questions for which she knows there are no answers.

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Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.