Historic Farmstead Grows with Garden State History

The Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum, located on the oldest recorded farmstead in Hunterdon County, is more than an unusual destination — it is a place where New Jersey’s agricultural heritage is preserved.

Trenton Music Makers Gets Carnegie Hall Support

Trenton Music Makers is the beneficiary of a Carnegie Hall Weill Music Institute award of $30,000 and has been installed as a member of PlayUSA 2019-’20.

Opportunities: Art, Auditions, and More

Theaters are holding auditions for fall productions, and multiple venues are seeking art and artists.

Opportunities: Auditions and More

Princeton Learning Cooperative seeks volunteer tutors.

Former Off-Broadstreet Director Opens New Act

Unlike certain retirees who take to the old rocking chair after leaving a long-time position, Bob and Julie Thick have continued to be quite busy during the post-Off-Broadstreet era.

Exhibit Commemorates Moon Landing’s Many Steps

The “one small step for man” announced by American astronaut Neil Armstrong when he put his foot’s imprint on the moon is the launching pad for a New Jersey State Museum exhibit that commemorates the 50th anniversary of one of the most momentous moments of human exploration: the Apollo 11 moon landing.

Opportunities: For Artists and Volunteers

Alfa Art Gallery is seeking submissions for its New Brunswick Art Salon exhibition.

A Closet and the Meaning of Everyday Objects

Recent visitors to Philadelphia’s Independence Mall may have noticed a woman’s closet encased in glass and gazed at the shelves of meticulously pressed linens, neatly hung blouses and pants, and even folded white bras and underpants.

Princeton Summer Theater Review: ‘Deathtrap’

Enough works for “Deathtrap” to survive and provide PST audiences a good time.

A Premiere for Princeton Composer’s Symphonic Expression

When Bora Yoon’s “The Wind of Two Koreas” is performed at Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium on Saturday, July 20, it will be unique among her body of works.

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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.