Theater Review: ‘The Subject Was Roses’

Any time a play is revived, with the exception of dramatic literature that over the years has achieved the status of a classic, we can consider some of the...

Review: `The Tempest’

Corrections or additions?<!-- http://www.princetoninfo.com/199907/90721p02.html, Princeton,arts -->This review by Joan Crespi was published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on July 21,1999. All rights reserved.Review: `The Tempest'The Tempest" is, of Shakespeare's plays,...

Travel Tips for Women

Travel Tips for Women‘I had wanderlust encoded in my DNA,” Stephanie Elizondo Griest told U.S.1 in an article last year (February 22, 2006) on the occasion of the publication...

Who Will Win a Tony This Year?

Don't feel bad for film superstar Julia Roberts because she didn't get a Tony nomination for her Broadway debut in the revival of Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain."...

‘Extinct’ Culture Takes Center Stage at Folk Fest

With more than 200 ethnic groups to be found in New Jersey, it’s unlikely the annual New Jersey Folk Festival will run out of ethnic groups to cast the...

Santa Shares His Holiday Secrets – by the Slice

All you mall and shopping center Santas beware. That goes for you Salvation Army Santas, Jolly Elves of office parties, and sundry Saint Nicks of community parades, too. The...

Princeton Is the Scene of Annual French Theater Festival

The Seuls en Scene French Theater Festival returns to Princeton University on Friday, September 15, with one of the most interesting and noteworthy offerings in the region: two weeks...

Gainsborough and the Portrait Artist as a Family Man

The disgruntled yet family-loving artist is the subject of the Princeton University Art Museum’s “Gainsborough’s Family Album,” developed by the National Portrait Gallery in London and on view in Princeton through June 9.

Down on the Farm: Irish Laments & Dances

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200308/30806p05.html Princeton, arts,-->This article by Elaine Strauss was prepared for the August 6, 2003 edition of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.Down on the Farm: Irish...

Plein Air to Paper

Art in TownArt On CampusArt in the WorkplaceOther GalleriesArt by the RiverTo the NorthOther MuseumsArt In TrentonCorrections or additions?<!-- Princeton, visual arts,www.princetoninfo.com/200006/00621p05.html -->This article by Pat Summers was published...

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