Navigating Dali’s Surrealism

Although most of us feel lucky if we do even one thing really well, artists are often talented in more than one medium. And then there’s Salvador Dali.While Dali...

Cranbury House Tours

Take a step back in time and bone up on interior decorating and landscaping ideas at the Cranbury House Tour, Saturday, October 1, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m....

Silent Stars of the State

Recapturing the spirit of the 1920s, the State Theater in New Brunswick celebrates its 85th anniversary with a screening of the original 1921 silent film, “White Oak,” starring William...

Carving Pictures: The Woodblock

The remarkable collection of Japanese woodblock prints, drawings, and assorted supporting materials, now on view in the Leonard L. Milberg Gallery for the Graphic Arts at Princeton University’s Firestone...

Food Talk

The West Windsor Farmers’ Market hosts its fourth annual “We’re Talking Food” panel discussion featuring area food writers and photographers on Saturday, September 9, at 10:30 a.m., moderated by...

The Best and Worst of Broadway 2008

It remains to be seen whether the New Year on Broadway and Off Broadway will be as dismal as has been predicted by the pundits based on the economic...

History: A Bright Future with an Alive Past

Corrections or additions?History: A Bright Future with an Alive PastThis article by Elaine Strauss was published in U.S. 1 Newspaperon March 17, 1999. All rights reserved.The approaching year 2000...

We All Shine On

Matt Malatich thinks bald can be beautiful, particularly when the heads without hair are helping to cure children with cancer. Malatich is launching the first Princeton-area St. Baldrick's Foundation...

From a One-Man Jury, an Annual Show

Corrections or additions?<!-- http://www.princetoninfo.com/199909/91103p02.html, Princeton,business -->This article by Nicole Plett published in U.S. 1 Newspaper onNovember 3, 1999. All rights reserved.From a One-Man Jury, an Annual Show Malcolm Bray,...

Opportunities

Learn to RowPrinceton National Rowing Association offers “National Learn to Row Day” on Saturday, June 6 with a taste of rowing on the water and on the rowing machine....

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