Philadelphia's Edgar Allan Poe house, which was designed and built by architects William Alburger and John Evans, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1962. It is also a U.S. National Historic Site and is on the Register of Historic Places.
Ross Kenneth Urken discusses his memoir, "Another Mother," on October 30 at Labyrinth Books.
"Last Days of Summer," the musical that inaugurates George Street Playhouse’s new home in New Brunswick, is about a boy, age 12 when we meet him, seeking a longed-for father figure in a baseball player he idolizes.
Tony Yu has opened Elite Five Sushi & Grill in an L-shaped space adjacent to the former Two Sevens restaurant.
Prominent American architect and artist Maya Lin will discuss her new Princeton University site-specific artworks during a public program at the university’s Richardson Auditorium on Tuesday, November 5, at 5 p.m.
Art All Day returns on Saturday, November 2, with its annual afternoon of open artist studios, gallery exhibitions, live art making, mural installations, and walking, biking, and trolley tours.
Organizations across the area are seeking artists, composers, actors, and filmmakers.
The Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities at Rutgers has named Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons its 2019-‘20 Estelle Lebowitz visiting artist, and her solo exhibit, “Sea and Self,” is on view through December 13
A thriving downtown needs people. With that in mind, the Trenton Downtown Association acquired use of the lower floor of the former Broad Street Bank at the corner of East State and South Montgomery streets two years ago to create a space for Trenton’s growing artist community and a place for people to gather around the art.
"Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein,” a Chicago import electrifying McCarter’s stage through November 3, excels on numerous levels.