Most Recent in Arts & Entertainment

Currently shuttered due to the coronavirus, our state’s theaters, museums and cultural centers await word about reopening. Many fear long-term financial woes....
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Neile Cooper’s special space in Sussex County is rich with color and nature-inspired images....
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Several New Jerseyans shifted gears to help combat the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) plaguing health-care workers....
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Art enthusiasts can't currently tour exhibits in person, but galleries and museums are producing virtual substitutions....
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Salem County has adapted its Arts in Bloom driving tour amid the Covid-19 crisis....
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The actor had just begun performing as Broadway’s new Hamilton when the coronavirus hit....
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Christina Baker Kline reflects on the virtual promotions buoying her fellow authors and their new books....
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Jersey-based writers share the works they’re turning to for solace, insight and inspiration....
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Tune in to “Travels with Darley” weekday afternoons on NJTV to explore food, culture, history and quirky adventures around the world....
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In her new book, "Shiner," Amy Jo Burns wanted to tell a story of “people who feel forgotten in a forgotten place.”...
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Tune in to these lively discussions and stories during this time of social distancing....
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“Discover the Firebird,” aimed at granting audiences a deeper appreciation of classical music, will air Wednesday, April 29, on NJTV....
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The Garden State gave birth to the drive-in theater. The Delsea is alone in keeping the tradition alive....
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Winning reads to keep on deck until opening day....
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For his book on the iconic span, Michael Aaron Rockland climbed to the top of the 604-foot-tall steel tower on its New York side....
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Rob McClure transforms himself (31 times, in fact!) in a new musical based on the 1993 Robin Williams movie....
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10 Hairy Legs is one of only a handful of single-gender dance companies in the nation....
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South Jersey's glassmaking tradition is still going strong....
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In "Pine Mud," filmmaker Jared Flesher explores how a locally popular—and illegal—pastime damages the land and jeopardizes endangered species....
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These artists—all of whom have Jersey connections—are helping fans stay upbeat during quarantine through amped-up online presences....
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