Love, dreams, desire and longing tug at the heart in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie, coming to Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre.
HomeFront’s ArtJam, a pop-up art gallery featuring work from HomeFront client-artists and professional artists, will open Friday, May 19 at 19 Hulfish Street, Princeton.
An excerpt from “With A Little Luck” by Helen Boehm, 1985.
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.
A decade after realizing the engineer needed to go away, Annabelle Kim finished the manuscript for the debut novel, "Tiger Pelt."
The Plainsboro Library Gallery welcomes back Plainsboro artist Nelly Kouzmina with an exhibition of eco-dyed and handmade felt and silk works of art.
When Christina Caldwell was hired as a Ewing High School English teacher as well as its director of drama last year, she brought along some lofty goals for the school’s theater department.
It’s unofficially official: Bruce Springsteen has taken over Princeton.
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.
John M. Leger is a Hopewell bookseller and former editor at The Wall Street Journal. He operates under the trade name Le Bookiniste.