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French Canvas helps to keep artists in the frame

Robert Mogel is no artist, but his business—French Canvas—caters to those who are.

Hamilton man’s desire for free music sparks writing career

Khris Davenport’s path to writing wasn’t the most conventional. The Hamilton resident always had a love for music, but his passion for writing didn’t arrive until he found he could use it to advance his other interests.

Trenton Library brings street art inside

The Trenton Artist Workshop Association and the Trenton Free Public Library present the exhibition “Walls on Walls,” opening with a reception on Thursday, Feb. 23.

Trenton-raised writer is now raising Trenton superheroes

A new group of heroes and villains is about to descend on Trenton, all thanks to comic book author and creative writing teacher Maurice Mander.

Volunteers turn church into 1867 Sanctuary for music and culture

Even though it looks like one, the 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing is not a church. Ewing residents Bob and Helen Kull have turned the building into a center for music and culture.

Lunar New Year gets a musical makeover at Hopewell Library

Gloria Yifeng Hu's musicians, together with some Central Jersey Chinese instrument ensembles, are preparing for a Lunar New Year concert to be held on Saturday, Feb. 11.

Calling Local Artists: Mercer County Artists 2017 exhibition now accepting submissions

Artists aged 18 or older who live, work or attend school in Mercer County are invited to submit art for consideration for the Mercer County Artists 2017 exhibition.

Chinese artist’s works to be featured at Plainsboro Library

To help usher in the Chinese New Year, the Plainsboro Library Gallery will feature a collection of reproductions of traditional Chinese paintings by Zuimeng Cao.

Inspired by classical music, middle school students create their own art

Student artwork and writing created in response to Sergei Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major, Op. 26 will soon be on display at the Arts Council of Princeton.

Kelsey Theatre turns confusion into laughter with ‘Unnecessary Farce’

What do two cops, three crooks, eight doors, and a kilt-wearing killer have in common? They’re the moving parts in “Unnecessary Farce,” to be presented at Kelsey Theatre.

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Developer submits plans for 1,976 homes at Quakerbridge Road site

The Howard Hughes Corporation has proposed an ambitious mixed-use development plan near Quaker Bridge Mall in West Windsor.