The Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County is accepting applications for its Rose and Louis H. Linowitz Mensch Award.
It is no surprise Irish-born singer Fiona Tyndall makes educating her audience a part of her shows. She is the daughter of two teachers and enjoys sharing the tales behind the tunes as much as she enjoys singing them.
Neil Simon supplies oodles of sharp gag lines, but the factor that generates the most laughs in Keith Baker’s astute production of “The Sunshine Boys” is elemental comedy.
The Greater Trenton Pipes and Drums will next perform in the Hamilton Saint Patrick’s Day parade, Saturday, March 9, at 1 p.m., starting at the Nottingham Fire House.
Mark Harelik’s play pays homage to the memory of his grandfather, one of the many immigrants who, victims of the early 20th century pogroms in Eastern Europe, came to America.
Vessels created between 200 and 900 C.E. are guides to both an ancient and lost tradition and the nature of art. The designs also have a direct connection to the Trenton area.
Vinroy D. Brown Jr. exudes energy and enthusiasm, and then some, as conductor of the Capital Singers of Trenton. At age 25, he has gained respect in area choral music circles.
The Zimmerli Museum of Art at Rutgers University in New Brunswick is commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests in China with an exhibition of photographs by Khiang H. Hei.
While McCarter Theater Artistic Director and playwright Emily Mann and noted American playwright Ken Ludwig are the guest story tellers at People & Stories’ Wednesday, March 6, fundraiser at the Nassau Club in Princeton, they may be the first to tell you that the real story is that the Lawrenceville-based nonprofit project has many voices, locations, and stories.
For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.