Sunday, January 19, 2020

Regional Record Shop Still Spinning Live Music

At the Record Collector in Bordentown, John and Sue Chrambanis create an atmosphere where the music takes center stage.

Let’s Try … Kristine’s

Mon dieu! There is a French bistro in town and it is tres magnifique. Kristine’s has opened next to Jack Morrison’s Witherspoon Grill and is the newest addition to the Princeton dining scene.

George Street Playhouse Review: ‘My Life on a Diet’

Renee Taylor is flat-out funny. Make that hilarious.

‘The Nutcracker’ Is Home for the Holidays

The season springs center stage on Friday, November 29, with the 56th annual McCarter Theater presentation of “The Nutcracker,” performed by the American Repertory Ballet.

Opportunities: Help for the Holidays and Beyond

The YWCA hosts a toy drive; Carrier Clinic hosts a job fair; and more.

New Wheelers and Dealers Rolling Into Trenton

Check out the half dozen young men on skateboards wheeling along a vertical ramp. Now check out the one with the 1970s styled ’stache. That’s Trenton skateboard activist Jake McNichol — one of several city advocates, community organizers, and alternate sports enthusiasts working to build year-round skate facilities in Trenton.

Community Chorus Takes Vocal Journey Through Space

Alicia Brozovich is about to lead her first public concert as conductor of the conservatory’s Westminster Community Chorus at Westminster Choir College’s Bristol Chapel on Friday, November 22.

Journalist Takes to the Heavens to Solve Earthly Mysteries

Anthony Murphy, an independent archaeological investigator will be in Princeton on Friday, November 22, to talk about Newgrange and Dronehenge as part of the Fund for Irish Studies Series at Princeton University.

Opportunities: For Actors, Artists, and Good Samaritans

"Spider's Web" auditions, "Doom and Bloom" art, and calls for coats, toys, and volunteers.

Museum Serves Up Vision of the Ancient Art of Banqueting

"The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in Chinese Art from the 10th to the 14th Century,” on view at the Princeton University Art Museum through February 16, reflects several traditions.

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Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

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