An Evening Out with the Urban Guerrilla Orchestra

Let’s say, just for purposes of discussion, you’re at an age when you need reading glasses and you might have a bit more gray hair. Or maybe you have...

McCarter Theater Review: ‘All The Days’

The mother from Hell has long been a staple of world theater — from Greek tragedy’s Medea to Broadway’s Momma Rose (in “Gypsy”). But sometimes it’s the mother residing...

The Roebling Museum: For Starters, the Back Story of the Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge and the Slinky have something in common: they both exist thanks to steel wire manufactured by John A. Roebling’s Sons Company, once located in Trenton and...

Peter Max’s Palette Includes Cereal Boxes and Phonebooks

In many works by Peter Max, the figures are running, leaping, and especially flying, arms outstretched and reaching for the moon, the sun, and the cosmos. Stars and other...

Girlchoir Appoints New Director

Princeton Girlchoir has appointed Hilary K. Butler as its new executive director, effective this month. Butler replaces Janet Perkins, who retired this year after 17 years as director.Butler served...

Opportunities

For Women OnlyThe Creative Woman offers “Developing Photographic Style,” a photography workshop with Nancy Ori, on Saturday, April 26, to Thursday, May 1, in Cape May. It is open...

Let’s Try … Cafe Vienna

For those who have traveled to Europe and fallen in love with the cafe culture, there is no need to buy a plane ticket to savor the rich coffee,...

Review: `The Things You Least Expect’

Review: `The Things You Least Expect'The romance novel is alive and heaving amid torrid declarations of love and expressions of passion in Joan Vail Thorne's lively bit of dramatic...

Terra Firma: Composers Who Came to America

Andre Gremillet observes the first anniversary of his appointment as president of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra this month; and the NJSO marks its 10th midwinter festival this month...

Guest POPS! Conductor Celebrates Big Screen Scores

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra — having successfully presented a movie music program in 2015 — has scheduled a sequel “Silver Screen Salute II” for its next Evening POPS! Series...

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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.