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Pinelands Photographer Thinks Beyond the Lens

The New Jersey State Museum exhibition “Preserving the Pinelands: Albert Horner’s Portraits of a National Treasure,” opens on Saturday, October 12.

Baker & Tarpaga Dance Project Takes Flight

Baker & Tarpaga Dance Project brings "When Birds Refused to Fly" to Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts Friday through Sunday, October 18 through 20.

Centurion’s One Night, One Life

On Saturday, September 28, Centurion, a national non-profit (501c3) organization dedicated to the vindication of the innocent in prison gathered with supporters and special guests for an exciting fundraising event, One Night One Life, at the Cherry Valley Country Club in Princeton.

Old Barracks Music Remembers When Britain Won

The Old Barracks commemorates that British victory with the musical celebration “Loyal Song — Music of the French and Indian War,” on Saturday, October 12.

A Toast to 300 Years

The Trent House celebrates its 300th anniversary by serving up history with celebrity chef and food historian Walter Staib, the Emmy Award-winning host of PBS’ “A Taste of History.”

Opportunities: Good Causes, Auditions, and More

Food drives and holiday cards to help the less fortunate, calls for actors, 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.

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