Mercer County Community College’s downtown Trenton Hall — located at 137 North Broad Street and across from the James Kerney Campus — officially opens as a downtown arts center on Wednesday, April 12.
In the sculptures of Charles McCollough, art, religion and politics combine in a surprising way.
The space that was once the heart of Trenton’s industrial power is now the furnace of Trenton’s emerging art industry.
It’s a coming of age story set against a backdrop of racism and small town secrets. Theater to Go will present "To Kill a Mockingbird" at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre this month.
A corner of the beautiful Trenton Free Public Library is a designated gallery for local artists to display their work and help showcase the library to visitors.
Mercer County Community College has opened of the Gallery at the James Kerney Campus, located in the Trenton Hall Annex at 137 North Broad Street.
Passage Theater, Trenton’s professional theater company, has two one-actor shows arriving on its stage as part of its annual Solo Flight presentations.
The Lawrence Gazette interviewed Pamela Springsteen about her career, photographing her brother, and a Princeton exhibit.
Sara Scully, the new manager of the Hopewell Theatre, is widening the performance venue’s range of offerings in both entertainment and food.
Yardville native Jessalyn Abbott's film "Like Me" will premier at the SXSW film festival.