Upon first meeting drummer Joe D’Angelo at a club in New Brunswick or Asbury Park, you would never guess this long-haired guy who plays with passion for a variety of rock ‘n’ roll bands had graduated cum laude from a university or held high-level corporate jobs.
On the first Sunday evening of every month three hip hop DJs hold court at Mill Hill Basement for those who remember how hip hop began: with two turntables and the DJ.
The art of collecting has become a theme of sorts at the New Jersey State Museum where exhibitions have been highlighting objects obtained for the museum through the New Jersey State Museum Foundation.
Sue Dupre serves as a dance master, teaching and leading traditional dances from the 18th and 19th centuries.
New Hope’s Bucks County Playhouse's production of “Million Dollar Quartet” is a surefire blood-pumping musical that has an old hound dog of a script, but good old rock and roll that shakes our nerves and rattles our brains.
Sculptor Autin Wright stands in the midst of his studio at Grounds For Sculpture. Surrounded by decades of works in a variety of materials — wood, Styrofoam, clay — he points to several sculptures on a nearby table and says “the ones I’m going to show at Princeton are bronze pieces.”
Trineice Robinson-Martin leads Princeton University's Jazz Vocal Collective in the group’s spring concert celebrating the music and life of Nat King Cole on Monday, April 15.
PEI Kids, Community Options, McCarter Theater, and the Van Harlingen Historical Society host celebrations.
Like a lot of veteran musicians who frequent Garden State clubs, coffeehouses, and other venues, guitarist and singer Jerry Steele never let his passion for music interfere with making good money.
Haunted houses, halls, and highways — Mercer County has them all. Dan Aubrey takes readers on a tour of ghost stories around the region.