Arts & Entertainment

When Hollywood comes calling, our coastline is always ready for its closeup....
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History professor Jacob A. Zumoff tells the story of one of New Jersey’s longest work stoppages....
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The practice provides a timely, creative break.  ...
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Min Kwon's pandemic-inspired project showcases 70 diverse interpretations of "America the Beautiful."...
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Before weathering a pandemic, the Readington painter-slash-musician conquered cancer....
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The London-born singer-songwriter, now living in Montclair, flashes back to his favorite decade of musical and personal adventures....
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9 books by Jersey authors to savor down the Shore or by the pool....
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After a year of survival tactics, the show must go on....
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Wave to police officers and clap along with the marching band as you honor our country's fallen military personnel....
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The country’s only graphic arts school devoted to cartooning resides in Dover....
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The French-born musician adds his Django Reinhardt–inspired sound to Maplewood’s cultural pastiche....
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"Thomas Eakins in New Jersey” runs through June 27 at the John F. Peto Studio Museum in Island Heights....
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Pam Jenoff's 11th novel, The Woman With the Blue Star, was inspired by actual events surrounding Jews who lived in a sewer to avoid the Nazis....
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In Ballet Class: An American History, Rowan professor Melissa Klapper traces the social history of a ubiquitous art form....
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Public art flourished during the Depression, thanks to New Deal work-relief programs. Many of the most ground-breaking works remain on view in NJ....
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In Gabriel Jason Dean's #RIFT, watch interactions unfold between two real-life brothers—one, a liberal playwright; the other, an alt-right convicted murderer....
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Rachel Handler's So You Wanna Be an Actor shines a light on the ableism ingrained in the entertainment industry....
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The Ridgewood resident, who has a new book out March 16, talks character, creative process and writing during a pandemic....
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For Taneshia Nash Laird, a longtime local changemaker, the arts are an opportunity to uplift a community....
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Veteran journalist Joe Strupp set his first work of fiction, The Crookedest Street, in '90s-era San Francisco, where city papers staked out political turf....
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