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Stage

Review: A Remarkable "La Traviata" at Bergen PAC

The New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera performed Guiseppe Verdi's "La Traviata" in Englewood.

By Gregory Moomjy

Credit: Mayo PAC

Kids

Review: Laurie Berkner Band Brings Smiles to Morristown

Princeton native and children's entertainer Laurie Berkner stopped in Morristown for a playful performance.

By Amanda Staab

Credit: Mayo PAC

Comedy

April Fools

It’s no Jersey joke: The comedians are coming.

By Joanna Buffum

Credit: Joe Ciardiello

Art

Preview: Artful State

April 19-July 4: The exhibit “Made in New Jersey” at Gallery 51 features work by 10 illustrators who live in New Jersey.

By Joanna Buffum

Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities

Festival

Preview: Cape May's Springfest

April 25-May 4: Countless Springfest events will take place against a backdrop of blossoming gardens and scenic Victorian homes in Cape May.

By Joanna Buffum

Credit: Bergen PAC

Stage

Preview: If the Shoe Fits

April 27: The New Jersey Ballet presents a two-act production of Cinderella.

By Joanna Buffum

Festival

Preview: Montclair Goes to the Movies

April 28-May 4: The third annual Montclair Film Festival brings a week of international cinema to venues throughout the culturally inclined town.

By Joanna Buffum

Photo Credit: David W. Steele

Art

Preview: A Realistic Retrospective


May 4-Sept 21: Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton opens the largest exhibition of its 22-year history, featuring the work of the park’s esteemed founder, Seward Johnson.

By Joanna Buffum

Garden

Preview: Blooming Blossoms

May 9-June 6: The Essex County Presby Memorial Iris Gardens are expected to be in full bloom from early May to early June.

By Joanna Buffum

Credit: Izod Center

Music

Preview: Original Diva

May 10: Living legend and pop icon Cher, now 67, brings her Dressed to Kill tour to the Izod Center.

By Joanna Buffum

Credit: Jonathan Carlucci

Festival

Preview: Run for History

May 10: Head to Washington Crossing State Park in Titusville for a 5K trail run organized by iRun New Jersey, followed by the NJ State History Fair celebrating 350 years of Jersey history and the 10th anniversary of the fair.

By Joanna Buffum

Art

Preview: From Florence to Princeton

Through May 11: Princeton University Art Museum’s “500 Years of Italian Master Drawings” is an exploration of the human form featuring original sketches and drawings by Italian classical artists.

By Joanna Buffum

Credit: Jason Varney

Festival

Preview: Put a Pork In It

May 24: South Jerseyans tend to call it pork roll, North Jerseyans say Taylor ham. Whatever you call it, the inaugural Pork Roll Festival will celebrate it.

By Joanna Buffum

Credit: Scott Jones Photography

Festival

Preview: Uncork the Blues

May 24-25: The Garden State Wine Growers Association hosts its annual Blues & Wine festival at scenic Natirar Park in Somerset County.

By Joanna Buffum

Credit: Caesars Entertainment

Comedy

Preview: It's Being Handled

May 25: Sharp-tongued Livingston native Chelsea Handler brings her Uganda Be Kidding Me tour to the Caesar Circus Maximus Theatre.

By Joanna Buffum

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