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The 70 South Gallery in Morristown is calling photographers to submit images for an exhibit it is mounting to coincide… Read the rest

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Knifing the News

By Eric Levin | March 11, 2015

These are the hands of Montclair artist Peter Jacobs. Every single morning for the last 10 years, without missing a… Read the rest

Darryl Kubian is a rarity. The New Jersey native, who lives in Pompton Lakes, is both composer and working musician. His work as a composer will be highlighted in March, when the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra premieres O for a Muse of Fire, Kubian’s concert overture based on Shakespeare’s Henry V....
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