Joan Perkes and the Trenton City Museum are welcoming visitors back to its physical space while continuing to offer exhibition materials online.
Jennifer Carlson, author of the just released book, “Policing the Second Amendment: Guns, Law Enforcement, and the Politics of Race,” appears in conversation with Michael Sierra-Arvalo in a Labyrinth Books livestream on Thursday, October 22.
"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.”
Former Passage Theater associate artistic director David Lee White is participating in a digital fundraiser to help Passage address COVID-19-related revenue losses.
The Lawrence Hopewell Trail seeks walkers and bikers for its Journey to the Moon. Snuggles for Children hosts a book drive.
Tony Yu has opened Elite Five Sushi & Grill in an L-shaped space adjacent to the former Two Sevens restaurant.
I'm in love with farmers' markets. Anywhere, everywhere. I don't consider myself to have traveled until I've found the little stands, the real foods, the dedicated men and women...
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The Jersey Devil’s bigger-than-life status has been helped by a growing number of books, films, visual art works, and even songs inspired by what has been dubbed New Jersey’s official state demon.
Noted area sculptor and Grounds For Sculpture founder John Seward Johnson, Jr. died of cancer on March 10 at his winter home in Key West, Florida. He was 89.