Saturday, March 28, 2020

Dance Review: American Repertory Ballet’s ‘Giselle’

American Repertory Ballet’s “Giselle” is moving and, at times, thrillingly danced

Letting the Bard’s Words Soar With Love

The Shakespeare Community Reading Group, which meets monthly at McCarter Theater, is not about who reads with flourishes, although there are some beautiful ones. It’s about what is on the page.

The Artful Eye: Wisdom of Trees

“The Wisdom of Trees,” opening February 23 at Tulpehaking Nature Center, is a collaboration between Mary Leck and Patricia Bender.

Marking a Milestone With ‘Beauty and Drama’

Noted Princeton artist Charles McVicker will be celebrating his long career with his Arts Council of Princeton exhibition “McVicker at 90: A Retrospective."

Opportunities: Volunteer Work and Calls for Creatives

Groups seek various volunteers, artwork, poetry, and more.

Spring Season Blossoms Early at Morven Gardens

Morven, the national historic landmark in Princeton, has long been known for its colonial history. Less recognized is its status as a Victorian masterpiece.

Boudoir Photographer Gets Up Close, Personal, and Powerfully Imperfect

If you’re in an adventurous mood for the Valentine’s season or any time during the year and want to play sexy, slightly naughty dress-up, and then have your rebel spirit captured with sensitivity, look no further than the Abigail Gingerale Boudoir Studio.

Morris Museum Highlights Trenton Artists

Trenton art is attracting attention elsewhere in the state as the Morris Museum in Morristown continues two exhibitions featuring artists representing the creative spirit in the capital city.

Opportunities: Calls for Creativity

Calls for actors, playwrights, musicians, poets, and more.

PPPL Has the Perfect Formula for Learning

Those looking for a little science, stimulating conversation, or a place to take a child interested in science should head to the Ronald E. Hatcher Science on Saturday Lecture Series at Plasma Princeton Physics Lab on Princeton University’s Forrestal Campus in Plainsboro.

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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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