Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s Gala

Princeton Symphony Orchestra celebrated its annual gala on April 13 at Jasna Polana.

George Street Theater Review: ‘Too Heavy for Your Pocket’

Jireh Breon Holder’s “Too Heavy For Your Pocket,” at George Street Playhouse through May 19, is a collection of big moments and raw emotion that frequently offers more intensity than substance.

Opportunities: Arts, Auditions, and Volunteering

The NJSO has a new fellowship program and the Sourland Conservancy has several volunteer opportunities.

Dudamel Brings Sound, Spirit, and Star Power to Trenton

Gustavo Dudamel, the classical music superstar conductor, has been a quiet presence in Trenton over the past few months.

Opera Rocker to Belt It Out at Communiversity

Opera singer-turned-rocker Essie performs on the "town and gown" stage at Communiversity on April 28.

For Leukemia Patient, a Dose of Good Music

On Saturday, April 27, at the Nassau Inn’s Yankee Doodle Tap Room, there will be a doctor in the house — Marco Funiciello — entertaining at a fundraiser for an employee currently undergoing treatments for leukemia.

Opportunities: Auditions & Art

Audition for Somerset Valley Players' "Urinetown" and submit artwork in Mercer County and New Brunswick.

Trenton Historical Society Turns Page of Self History

A hundred years after its founding, the Trenton Historical Society is continuing to preserve and celebrate the city’s history. And it is renewing efforts to be engaged in a place and time much different from that of its beginnings in March, 1919.

Art Museum Opens Borders to Mexican Miracles & Migration

The paintings in “Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States,” on view at the Princeton University Art Museum through July 7, have instant appeal.

Opportunities: Volunteer & Donate

The Sourland region’s Americorps Watershed Ambassadors will lead free STREAM volunteer training sessions to teach participants to identify sensitive macroinvertibrates and assess riparian habitat.

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