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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.

Princeton photography exhibit highlights women’s lives in central Mali

A photography exhibit conveying women’s lives in central Mali and their resistance to jihadist efforts to impose despotic law will open at Princeton University’s Bernstein Gallery in Robertson Hall on Friday, Dec. 16.

Top 5 events happening in Mercer County this weekend

The holiday season is here and there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Mercer County.

About that kid on congas: Not the look but definitely the beat

If you happen to be in downtown Princeton, you might catch an ensemble that includes keyboard, guitar, congas, and vocals playing the contagious dance music made famous by the Cuban sounds of Buena Vista Social Club.

Adam Sterr becomes part of the Nassau Street scene

Sterr arrived on the Princeton scene this past summer when his partner took a job as a costume designer and fabricator with American Repertory Ballet.

The joy beyond cooking: Local chefs discuss their passions

Three area chefs discuss their passions: how they developed, how they fit into their current lives, and how they compare to or contrast with their work as chefs.

Plainsboro library exhibition to feature works by local artist

If you are a native New Jerseyan, or even a new resident, you may recognize familiar vistas and roadways of this state at the Plainsboro Public Library’s upcoming gallery exhibition by artist Elizabeth Aubrey.

Roxey Ballet hosts sensory-friendly performance of ‘Nutcracker’

The performance will be held on Dec. 3rd at 2 p.m. at The College of New Jersey's Kendall Theater.

Artistic License: retired police officer finds high demand for decorative signs

Mike Bender never considered himself a handy guy, but plenty of his handiwork adorns the walls of homes and offices throughout the region, and more every month.

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.

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