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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.

World Premiere Brings Sounds of Mango Street to Princeton

The Princeton Symphony reaches its current season’s climax with “Mango Suite,” a world premiere collaboration by composer Derek Bermel and writer Sandra Cisneros, author of the novel “The House on Mango Street.”

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.

The Past, Present, and Future of Print

‘From Durer to Digital and 3-D: The Metamorphosis of the Printed Image” opens at the Trenton City Museum in Cadwalader Park on Friday, March 8, and remains on view through April 28.

Let’s Try . . . Elite Five Sushi & Grill

Tony Yu has opened Elite Five Sushi & Grill in an L-shaped space adjacent to the former Two Sevens restaurant.

Pat Tanner: Healthy Meals Delivered to Your Door

My interest was piqued when an E-mail appeared in my inbox from a satisfied customer of Simply Nutritious Meals. This fledgling business makes and delivers fresh, healthful, ready-to-heat meals...

Music Review: Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey

The musical celebrations of Leonard Bernstein’s centennial continue, and on October 20 it was the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey’s turn to toast the American composer.

Exhibit Relives Tiananmen Square

The Zimmerli Museum of Art at Rutgers University in New Brunswick is commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests in China with an exhibition of photographs by Khiang H. Hei.

Opportunities: Chances to Perform and Volunteer

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

All-Star Blues Show and Exhibit

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