October 11 marked the fifth annual Soiree Under the Stars fundraiser for the Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC).
The Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey always kicks off its season with an excellent program, but last weekend’s concert, the 2019-’20 season opener, was the best I’ve seen.
A holiday gift drive, two art exhibits seeking submissions, and information sessions at CASA.
The New Jersey Lighthouse Challenge — set for Saturday and Sunday, October 19 and 20 — is an annual event marking its 20th year of mixing history and fundraising with a contest.
Chocked with twists, revelations, and conflicts, Jeffry Chastang’s “Dauphin Island,” at Trenton’s Passage Theatre through October 27, satisfies most by its view of ordinariness.
The 2019-’20 Princeton University Concerts season opened at Richardson Auditorium last week with the program “New World Spirit,” featuring works with a distinct American flavor, and mostly penned by American composers.
West Windsor Arts Center seeks artwork, Lawrence Library seeks plays, and a drug take-back day is coming to Mercer County.
The New Jersey State Museum exhibition “Preserving the Pinelands: Albert Horner’s Portraits of a National Treasure,” opens on Saturday, October 12.
Baker & Tarpaga Dance Project brings "When Birds Refused to Fly" to Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts Friday through Sunday, October 18 through 20.
On Saturday, September 28, Centurion, a national non-profit (501c3) organization dedicated to the vindication of the innocent in prison gathered with supporters and special guests for an exciting fundraising event, One Night One Life, at the Cherry Valley Country Club in Princeton.