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.
It’s a good thing that Bob Arace likes birds, since he’s practically surrounded by them, both at home, and at work at the Boehm Porcelain Showroom in Trenton.
HomeFront’s Week of Hope begins Jan. 14. Anyone wanting to contribute to community change is welcome to participate.
In every issue of the Ewing Observer, Mayor Bert Steinmann answers questions from our readers.
Procaccini brothers John and Tino, along with partner Zissis “Z” Pappas —owners of PJ’s, a mainstauy on Nassau Street in — will be opening a new restaurant on Bear Tavern Road in West Trenton.
As Greg Rapport read through Martha Shirk’s On Their Own, a harrowing tale about the all-too-common grim fate awaiting foster kids who age out of the system, every page felt like a horror film.
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.
The “stone house on the hill” from last month’s column sits on the campus of the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf — another institution worthy of consideration.
After a baby shower, Ilene Black comes up with a plan to streamline the entire party.
The magnitude of his impact came into clear view at his Jan. 4 viewing, when grieving admirers of all ages stretched out the front door of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church in Ewing for four solid hours.