All-female quartet Gyrlband celebrates its seventh anniversary at Freddie's Tavern in Ewing on June 21.
The Alzheimer's Association, Children's Home Society, and TASK seek volunteers.
Developed and managed by the Princeton University School of Architecture and funded by the Trenton Public Education Foundation and other donors, the goal of the ArcPrep class is to introduce the field of architecture to students who are underrepresented in the architecture field.
Trenton musician Nikki Nalbone — aka Nikki Nailbomb — describes Art All Night as her favorite event of all the events she plays.
Tim Keyes' latest symphony is in rehearsals — with his own ensemble, the Tim Keyes Consort — in preparation for the work’s world premiere at Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium on Saturday, June 15.
“She Loves Me” never fails to delight, and David Kellett’s staging, running weekends through Sunday, June 30, at the Princeton Festival is no exception.
Auditions for "Catch Me If You Can" and "Calendar Girls" are coming to Kelsey Theater.
Music festivals, opera, professional theater, art exhibitions featuring a major American master and regionally connected innovator, jazz performances, a concert of new symphonic music, hip hop, a 24-hour cultural festival, and much more shows that our region is the state’s epicenter for the arts.
Crocodiles in New Jersey? That’s the large-lettered rhetorical question at the entrance to the New Jersey State Museum’s fact and fun-filled summer exhibition “Crocs!” on view in Trenton through September 8.
From Patti Labelle and the Bluebells to the Rolling Stones to the Hopewell Theater — where she presents a musical tribute to Aretha Franklin on Saturday, June 15 — Sarah Dash gives it her all to performing and her role as Trenton’s official Music Ambassador.