Taste Trenton Cooks Up City Restaurant Tour

The popular Taste Trenton returns to the capital city for three tasty days, Friday through Sunday, June 7, 8, and 9.

Opportunities: For Artists, Volunteers, and More

Sourland Conservancy, Levitt AMP, and CONTACT of Mercer County seek volunteers.

Three Exhibitions Invite Artists and Viewers to ‘Just Do It’

Several spring art gallery exhibitions offer the opportunity to get up and out and experience the works of area artists, visit a couple of annual events, and even reflect a bit on the cultural value of the exhibition venues.

Shapes and Words Illuminate Abstracted Figures at PUAM

"The Figure Abstracted” is the exhibition that immediately greets visitors entering the Princeton University Art Museum.

NJ Musicians and Filmmakers Reeling at NJ Film Festival

The New Jersey Film International Film Festival begins its 24th annual screening on Saturday, June 1, at Voorhees Hall at Rutgers University in New Brunswick.

The Art of Time

Hamilton Jewelers in Princeton is hosting “The Art of Time” exhibition as part of its 20th annual Watch Fair weekend at its Nassau Street store on Saturday, June 1.

Opportunities: Grants, Art, and More

The Mercer County Division of Culture and Heritage offers two grants programs.

The Makings of a 20th Century American Master

The Zimmerli Museum’s exhibition “Becoming John Marin” provides an opportunity to look anew at the groundbreaking artist and reflect on the creation of modern art in America — as well as the fickleness of reputation.

Indian Artist Gets Major Solo Show at GFS

“Interference Fringe” includes 27 sculptures in a range of media: found objects, appropriated industrial machines, carved stone and wood, cast bronze, and works embedded in concrete and coated in bone meal.

Bucks County Review: ‘Dial ‘M’ for Murder’

“Dial ‘M’ for Murder” is a chestnut, a ripe and tasty one, from the 1950s, when mysteries or thrillers were as well-made as other plays and in which full-bodied characterization was given the same importance as plot.

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.