Arts & Entertainment
Art & Museums
The Italian-born artist/actor says his first visit to New Jersey changed everything.
The new "History in a Bottle" exhibition showcases bottles and demijohns found in 2015 in a long-forgotten cellar. We got to taste a few of the treasures.
Thru Sept 8: Stephen Barnwell's "Capital Offenses" exhibit focuses on moneyart. The artists deconstructs iconic national symbols and turns them into satire.
Jersey-bred rocker Glen Burtnik brings his Summer of Love concert to Morristown and Atlantic City this month.
The sixth annual Hi-Tide Summer Holiday takes place August 16–18.
Two weeks before Woodstock, rock fans descended on the Garden State for their own wet and wild time.
Film & Television
The host of the YouTube show "Consistently Inconsistent," discusses her "awkward older sister" persona, how growing up in South Jersey gave her a backbone and pole vaulting in high school.
The legacy of Renaissance man Paul Robeson has been virtually erased from American history. On the centenary of his graduation, the university is working to restore it.
Charlamagne Tha God, radio-show personality on "The Breakfast Club," talks about his new book "Shook One," his therapist and living in New Jersey.
Whether you're at the pool or down the Shore, these books with New Jersey ties will make the perfect companion.
The Montclair author's latest novel, Very Nice, is the perfect summer read. It's also deeply, darkly humorous.
Peter Duffy's new book, "The Agitator," deems Bill Bailey’s 1935 uprising the first of its kind in America.
Anger at the current political landscape inspires the actress/comedian’s latest episode as author and activist.
Raised in Toms River, Poveromo says Jersey’s fast-paced, no-frills way of life informs his artistic approach.
The accomplished choreographer has created the footwork for a string of theatrical hits. His latest triumph: The Cher Show.