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Celebrate Winter Through Sights and Sounds

In the dark days of winter, our region’s cultural organizations are alive with activity with something for everyone’s taste — or every health need.

A Winter’s Tale from the Trenton Islands

Intrigue over Trenton's islands continues: now we have a personal account by Peter White, a descendant of one of region’s original families and former owners of Rotary Island.

Opportunities: Chances to Perform and Volunteer

Actors' NET seeks actors, Capital Singers seek new voices, and volunteer opportunities abound.

Area Journalists Put Lens on New Year’s Mummers

"Mummers X 2” — a photographic exploration of the Philadelphia Mummers Parade — is set for Trenton Free Public Library from January 11 through February 28.

A Belated Thanks to Two Jersey Innovators

It’s the last opportunity to wish a happy centennial-related birthday to two important New Jersey cultural innovators.

Let’s Try . . . Meeting House

The newest addition to the Princeton dining scene is the renovated space at 277 Witherspoon Street, the former site of Jim Nawn’s Two Sevens Eatery and Cantina.

Opportunities: Art, Auditions, and More

Applications are open for Communiversity vendors, and several groups seek artists and artwork.

Your Handy Guide for Welcoming the New Year

Whether you want to end the old year with a night out or start a new year by stepping out, there are several area options that suit a variety of interests, fancies, and budgets.

Cultivating Young Readers by Paging Local Authors

The holiday season is the perfect time to connect the young reader in your life with an author who just might live next door.

Time to Share Some Writing from the Region

Several books from area writers arrived at the U.S. 1 office in 2019. So once again it is time to provide a quick end of the year overview to celebrate the writers working in our region and sharing ideas.

Trending Stories

Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus