Robbinsville native Kellie Hodson will spend this month in Cannes, France, with access to the world-famous film festival.
Last year’s inaugural Handmade Hopewell Makers Street Fair was so successful, organizers Beth Judge and Jennifer Ghannam are bringing it back for a second year.
Oh-la-la is not only a craft show, but a cross-cultural encounter with an authentic French touch.
John M. Leger is a Hopewell bookseller and former editor at The Wall Street Journal. He operates under the trade name Le Bookiniste.
The Watercolorist Unlimited artists are planning a show and sale of their artwork for Saturday, May 6 at the Blackwells Mills Canal House.
An excerpt from “With A Little Luck” by Helen Boehm, 1985.
Prominent area playwright and former Passage Theater Associate Director David White brings Trenton to the stage when his new play “Fixed” opens at the Mill Hill Theater.
Trenton Children’s Chorus (TCC) presents its free annual spring concert on Friday, May 12, at 7 p.m., at Covenant Church, 471 Parkway Avenue.
Just 6 Hours has lined up and played gigs at a number of notable venues in Asbury Park, including the Stone Pony, The Saint, the Music Foundation and the House of Independents.
Kento Iwasaki, a graduate of West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South and Mercer County Community College, is set to demonstrate how an ancient musical instrument is still relevant in the era of jazz, hip-hop and rock in an upcoming lecture at MCCC.