Arts & Entertainment
The charismatic conductor is the first artist in residence at Princeton University, where this month he'll lead two performances.
Vinnie Bruno, 65, has become a rock star in his own right, giving lectures on the Beatles and other 1960s music acts around the country.
The Ember Ensemble makes choral music come alive with strong voices and dynamic programs. The group's next New Jersey concerts are on March 3 and May 19.
Art & Museums
“Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States” showcases an extensive range of tragedy, spirituality, and the human experience through vibrant and commemorative artwork known as retablos.
"A Cache of Kinetic Art: Simply Steampunk" is the Morris Museum's second installment of a four-year series focused on art that moves.
Philemona Williamson's childhood inspires her colorful canvases of fumbling adolescents. Some of her paintings are on display at Drumthwacket in Princeton.
Peter Duffy's new book, "The Agitator," deems Bill Bailey’s 1935 uprising the first of its kind in America.
Novelist Jonathan Miles on writing in a shack, his friend Elizabeth Gilbert, and Hunterdon County’s solitude. His new novel is "Anatomy of a Miracle."
In her latest memoir, the best-selling author unearths a hidden family secret after receiving the results of a DNA testing kit.
Theater & Performance
Evan Ruggiero’s career as dancer/musician hasn’t lost a step—despite his loss of a leg to cancer.
At a rehearsal of August Wilson's "King Hedley II" at Two River Theater in Red Bank, director Brandon J. Dirden speaks softly and lets Wilson's language soar.
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey needed a place for its stuff. It found that, and rehearsal and design space to boot, in an old valve factory in Florham Park.
Film & Television
Charlamagne Tha God, radio-show personality on "The Breakfast Club," talks about his new book "Shook One," his therapist and living in New Jersey.
Andre Braugher, the distinguished actor best known for playing buttoned-up, hyper-competent characters on television stars in a world-premiere at SOPAC.
Oh maron! Can you believe "The Sopranos" premiered on HBO twenty years ago? Here's an update on the most memorable characters and locations.