Thursday, August 6, 2020

On Broadway: `Golda’s Balcony’

Although cancer has already begun to tear down the bodily defenses of Israel's prime minister Golda Meier prior to the start of the 1973 Yom Kippur War, she is...

Sandy Zio Has ‘Only Just Begun’ with her New CD

Pianist and singer-songwriter Sandy Zio took her time recording her first album. The Princeton Township resident recorded "All That I Am," her well-produced, thought-provoking debut, over the course of...

Myth and Legend Run Wild in GFS Exhibits

There is a good argument that myths are born in moments when the sun and light are distant and the world seems cold and dark.That thinking in itself provides...

Vienna Teng – From Silcon Valley to Appel Farm

‘Chamber folk” pianist/vocalist Vienna Teng has emerged from a rather unlikely background. Her formal bio describes her as “a Stanford computer science grad who was on the fast track...

Bobby Yang, Rock Star of the Acoustic Violin

The rockin’ violinist Bobby Yang laughed when the quote was read to him.“I would rather be a prison guard,” he once said, “than a member of a symphony orchestra.”He...

Doylestown Side Trips

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200207/20703p04.html Princeton, arts,-->This article was prepared for the July 3, 2002 edition of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.Doylestown Side TripsJust a few miles outside of...

Art From – and For – Soup Kitchen Clients

‘I love the A-TEAM,” exclaims Carol Johnson when asked about the group’s first exhibition at Grounds For Sculpture, opening this Saturday, August 25, with a reception from noon to...

Carole Lynne Feeling and Mixing the Music

How does vocalist/pianist Carole Lynne focus on singing and playing wonderful classic jazz, songs like “Peel Me a Grape,” “Stolen Moments,” and “Good Morning Heartache,” when the crowd in...

McCarter Theater Review: ‘Stones in His Pockets’

"Stones in His Pockets” is one of those plays that weighs in as so funny, in tone and dialogue, and so full of comically bragging, complaining, or preening characters,...

Review: `Frank’s Home’

There is no doubt that a probe into the private life of Frank Lloyd Wright, the most famous and influential architect of the first half of the 20th century,...

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