New Jersey is home to lots of baseball history, including the creation of the Negro Leagues — now celebrating their 100th anniversary.
Historian Ted Widmer’s recently released book, “Lincoln on the Verge,” brings the era to life by taking readers on Lincoln’s 13-day, 1,900-mile train multi-city journey from his home in Springfield, Illinois, to the nation’s capital. The trip includes stops in Princeton and Trenton.
Tony Yu has opened Elite Five Sushi & Grill in an L-shaped space adjacent to the former Two Sevens restaurant.
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.
Artists responded to U.S. 1’s invitation to share visual thoughts, feelings, and discoveries during our current health crisis.
With regional museums closed and waiting to reopen, we are continuing to remind readers of their important collections by highlighting visual art works you can visit as soon as social distancing practices change and museum doors are allowed to reopen to limited capacity on July 2.
Artists responded to an invitation to share visual thoughts, feelings, and discoveries during our current health crisis.
This year’s Summer Arts Preview reflects the strange season brought on by the pandemic and its effective containment through social distancing.
New Jersey has been home to vital and exciting scenes of musical production and enjoyment, says Dewar MacLeod early in his book “Making the Scene in the Garden State: Popular Music in New Jersey from Edison to Springsteen and Beyond.”
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra’s premiere of a new work on Monday, June 22, will touch our current times in more ways than one.