Arts & Entertainment


In Eye Level, Middlesex County poet Jenny Xie's first book of poetry, questions the bonds of seeing and perspective and confronts issues of travel and observing others as an outsider.
Laurie Wallmark’s latest book, "Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code"—a Parents’ Choice Gold Medal awardee—follows the life of a trailblazing software tester and inventor who taught computers how to speak English.
Spook Handy will carry his guitar and “torch” onto the stage of the New Jersey Folk Festival on April 28 for the 17th consecutive year.
Ian Kelly, owner and operator of Kelly Custom Instruments and Repairs in Little Falls, counts Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters among his clientele.
The Gateway Project turned what was once a Newark architectural firm’s office into an exhibition space and an artists’ residency program.
Historic buildings enjoy new lives as performance venues.