Arts & Entertainment

Dennis H. Lee, a retired software engineer, published his first collection, Tidal Wave, this year. ...
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In her new book, author Jennet Conant tells the story of Dr. Stewart Alexander, a Park Ridge native she refers to as “the father of chemotherapy.”...
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Decades after a medically induced coma, writing With or Without You gave Caroline Leavitt the closure she desperately needed....
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The Morristown native talks quarantining in Manhattan, reading nonstop on her sofa, and “getting kicked out of New Jersey.”...
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'Radium Girls' follows factory workers in the late 1910s, who were slowly poisoned while they painted glow-in-the-dark watch dials for soldiers overseas. ...
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Following Gov. Murphy’s summer approval of 250-person outdoor gatherings, three staff members hastened to build a safe environment in Florham Park....
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Scare yourself silly at these statewide walk-throughs, escape rooms and more....
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Doctor Dealer shares new details behind "a doctor high on greed, a biker gang high on opioids, and the woman who paid the ultimate price."...
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A local community joins the social-justice movement sweeping the globe....
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New episodes of Codependent will be released on YouTube from October 15–29....
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The Princeton native opens up about her new album, at-home performances amid the pandemic, and more....
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Rosemary Castiglioni's White on White appeared behind Jill Biden during home interviews that aired this summer....
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Online events help nonprofits raise money, but for many cultural and charitable institutions, pandemic-related revenue shortfalls are staggering....
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In "Being Lolita," Alisson Wood challenges the perceptions of romance and consent in Vladimir Nabokov’s "Lolita"—and in her own past....
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"It's a powerful feeling to hit metal and make it go where you want," Billy Barrett says....
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Wander through indoor exhibits again (while adhering to updated protocols, of course)....
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The Ocean County painter preserves Jersey landmarks past and present....
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His clients range from Bruce to Blondie to Branford. What exactly does he do?...
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Erica Katz, pseudonymous author of “The Boys’ Club,” says fiction is a way “to tell difficult stories” probing “the gray area of morality.”...
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His latest book, "Get in the Car, Jane! Adventures in the TV Wasteland," was published earlier this year....
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