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Bristol Riverside Theater Review: ‘The Christians’

“The Christians” is a play to be heard. Listening to it is exciting and provocative.

Joe Zook & the Business of Recording an Album

How do independent musicians in the Trenton-New Brunswick corridor record their albums? Most record on a lean ‘n’ mean budget.

Opportunities: Calls for Vendors, Actors, Singers, and More

Auditions for "Real Women Have Curves" and the Princeton Boy and Girlchoirs are upcoming.

Enable’s 30th Anniversary Masquerade Casino Gala

Guests adorned with masks and casino chips filled the Mercer Oaks Clubhouse to celebrate Enable at its 30th anniversary gala.

Ten Years of Collecting on View at State Museum

The art of collecting has become a theme of sorts at the New Jersey State Museum where exhibitions have been highlighting objects obtained for the museum through the New Jersey State Museum Foundation.

Passage Theater Review: ‘Morir Sonyando’

C. Ryanne Domingues moves “Morir Sonyando’s” action adroitly from scene to scene and makes watching Ortiz’s play enjoyable.

Gala Season Hits High Gear

PEI Kids, Community Options, McCarter Theater, and the Van Harlingen Historical Society host celebrations.

Curtains Up for ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Premiere

Premiering on Friday, May 10, at 8 p.m. at the State Theater in New Brunswick, Kirk Peterson’s evening-length “Beauty and the Beast” ballet will be danced to live music played by the Princeton Symphony Orchestra.

Fabric Is This Artist’s Palette

Using a variety of commercial and hand-dyed fabrics, thread and assorted embellishments, Mary Monahan, a well-known quilt artist from Newtown, PA, creates quilts that express an idea or emotion...

Sinfonietta Nova Brings Latin Flair to Season Finale

West Windsor-based community ensemble Sinfonietta Nova concludes its 2018-’19 series with “Shall We Dance?” on Saturday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church.

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.