Trucks will be competing for the overall popular vote in either the Sweet or Savory categories, with attendees voting for their favorite.
The daughter of Puerto Rican immigrants — and now an artist in the current Artworks exhibition of Latina artists — Torres spent much of her childhood homeless in Trenton and supported mainly by her father.
Trenton residents and workers daydreaming about an escape to an island can wake up — the opportunity is just a stone’s throw from the shores of the Delaware River.
The Trenton Children’s Chorus announced that it has received grants totaling $121,600 to provide choral music education and performance opportunities for Trenton children.
State and union officials held a New Jersey pension version of the Summer Olympics in early August — with the union both winning the gold and experiencing a major — and unexpected — upset days later.
Thomas Gilmour is a bit of a renegade when it comes to Trenton downtown boosters.
The New Jersey State Library will present a free lunch-time program with artist, author and photographer Albert Horner entitled Pinelands: New Jersey’s Suburban Wilderness.
The Old Barracks Museum in Trenton will transform into a colonial tavern filled with music, drinks and candlelight.
The William Trent House Museum will launch their Fall 2016 Lecture Series with a celebration of the National Park Service’s 100-year anniversary and the 50-year anniversary of the Historic Preservation Act.
You can work up a sweat at the Ike Williams Boxing Academy in Trenton, and you can also get punched in the face.