Jireh Breon Holder’s “Too Heavy For Your Pocket,” at George Street Playhouse through May 19, is a collection of big moments and raw emotion that frequently offers more intensity than substance.
The NJSO has a new fellowship program and the Sourland Conservancy has several volunteer opportunities.
Gustavo Dudamel, the classical music superstar conductor, has been a quiet presence in Trenton over the past few months.
Opera singer-turned-rocker Essie performs on the "town and gown" stage at Communiversity on April 28.
On Saturday, April 27, at the Nassau Inn’s Yankee Doodle Tap Room, there will be a doctor in the house — Marco Funiciello — entertaining at a fundraiser for an employee currently undergoing treatments for leukemia.
Audition for Somerset Valley Players' "Urinetown" and submit artwork in Mercer County and New Brunswick.
A hundred years after its founding, the Trenton Historical Society is continuing to preserve and celebrate the city’s history. And it is renewing efforts to be engaged in a place and time much different from that of its beginnings in March, 1919.
The paintings in “Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States,” on view at the Princeton University Art Museum through July 7, have instant appeal.
The Sourland region’s Americorps Watershed Ambassadors will lead free STREAM volunteer training sessions to teach participants to identify sensitive macroinvertibrates and assess riparian habitat.
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.