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Retired cop breaks into comedy

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Princeton University Glee Club and Concert Jazz Ensemble to present “Abyssinian 200”

Wynton Marsalis, Pulitzer Prize and nine-time Grammy Award winner, composed his Gospel Mass “Abyssinian 200 - A Gospel Celebration” to honor the 200th anniversary of the Abyssinian Baptist Church...

Art in August: Anna Neis

Anna Neis, an artist and educator, is on a mission to revive classical traditions of teaching art and help young artists pursue their passions for art in college and beyond.

Off-Broadstreet to present The Costume Ball

Off-Broadstreet Theatre’s series of plays is set to resume with The Costume Ball at the Dessert Theatre in Hopewell.Performances are scheduled to begin Sept. 27 and run through Oct....

CHSofNJ to hold second annual Father/Daughter Dance

The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey’s (CHSofNJ) North and South Ward Family Success Centers will host their second annual Dance with My Hero Father/Daughter Dance on Nov. 7....

Kelsey Theatre to present “The Monster Who Ate My Peas”

ArtsPower National Touring Theatre is set to present The Monster Who Ate My Peas at Kelsey Theatre.The musical is based on the multi-award winning book written by Danny Schnitzlein...

Hopewell Library to present exhibition by Lynn Ebeling

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Terhune Orchard’s Blueberry Bash set for July 5, 6

Terhune Orchards is set to celebrate New Jersey’s official state fruit with the annual Blueberry Bash July 5 and 6. Along with games, live music and tractor-drawn wagon rides, the...

Westminster faculty to present 16th, 17th century music

Westminster Choir College is set to present a recital of songs from the 16th and 17th century. Faculty member Sean McCarther, baritone, accompanied by Carlos Cuestas, Baroque guitar and lute,...

Kuennes family art exhibit on display through Jan 15

D&R Greenway Land Trust is set to present the artwork of three generations of Kuennes on view through January 15, 2016 at One Preservation Place in Princeton. The Kuennes family...

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Lawrence Girl Scouts teach the art of healthy food to earn Silver Award

Lawrence residents Kelli Collins, Kaitlyn Maloney and Nicole Seeburger created placemats that promote healthy eating to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award.