A Pianist Converses in ‘International Language’

Pianist Kairy Koshoeva learned from personal experience that music is an international language.

Black Cat’s Musical Place for the Misunderstood

Rachel McCullough, songwriter and lead singer of the Bucks County-based band Black Cat Habitat, relates to black kitties and their bad rep.

An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.

Bucks County Review: ’42nd Street’

Payoffs are gigantic in the Bucks County Playhouse production of “42nd Street.” That’s because when director Hunter Foster and choreographer Jeremy Dumont have a big number to mount, they are in their theatrical glory. 

Will Krakower Taking Charge & Talking History at the Battlefield

As seasonal historic educator at the Clarke House Will Krakower has immersed himself in the battle and its main characters and seems to know General Mercer intimately.

An Invitation to a Walk in Rail Park, Philadelphia’s New Elevated Public Space

This past June a magnificent new outdoor art park opened in the Callowhill area of Philadelphia. Dubbed the Rail Park, the concept has been simmering for almost a decade.

Colonial Sights, Sounds, and Scents at the Old Barracks

The 18th century British military will retake command of Trenton when the Old Barracks presents its fourth annual Taptoe Concerts on Saturdays, July 14 and 28. 

Passage Theater, McCarter Theater Bring Urban Issues to Center Stage

Two of the region’s professional stages are meeting the new season with timely looks at two American cities that also shaped the playwrights.

Bucks County Playhouse Review: ‘I Hate Hamlet’

‘I Hate Hamlet” has one primary purpose, to entertain. It’s out for laughs and earns them via intelligence, sarcasm, and wit.

Pioneer Songs Arrive in the Capital City

“Pioneer Songs" is Eric Houghton’s epic meditation on the courage and resilience of those Americans who blazed the western frontier.

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

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