The phrase “positively Medieval” ran through my mind as I used almost all my strength to haul open the massive original door to the Burlington County Prison Museum on High Street in Mount Holly.
Choirs seek members, and new photography workshops are available.
There’s a place nearby where you can connect with one of the godmothers of the women’s movement. Just drive to Mount Laurel in Burlington County, and there in the midst of a 1950s subdivision is Paulsdale, the birthplace of Alice Stokes Paul and home to the Alice Paul Institute.
Veteran Trenton blues and blues-rock singer, guitarist, and pianist Frank Pinto performs Friday, August 23, at the new PJ’s Pancake House in Robbinsville.
Calls for artists, singers, and volunteers.
One of the finest rock gardens in the eastern United States is within an hour’s drive of the U.S. 1 circulation area.
Brotherhood in particular, and manhood in general, receive a searing look in Suzan-Lori Parks’ complex and powerful “Topdog/Underdog,” which enjoys the intense, penetrating exploration it warrants in Lori Elizabeth Parquet’s engrossing production for Princeton Summer Theater.
David Galligan’s staging of “Always ... Patsy Cline” features a pair of star turns that give Carter Calvert, as the ill-starred country great, and Sally Struthers, as a fan who becomes a fast friend, multiple chances at bravura neither fails to ace.
Numerous groups are seeking new members and participants for special events.
Art, history, architecture, and politics all seamlessly blend in one of New Jersey’s best kept secrets — a public art tour of the New Jersey State House.