Arts & Entertainment

Summer concerts have evolved into vibrant communal experiences. Here's this year's lineup....
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The accomplished choreographer has created the footwork for a string of theatrical hits. His latest triumph: The Cher Show....
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Screenings, concerts and star appearances will abound at the April 25–28 festival....
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Vinnie Bruno, 65, has become a rock star in his own right, giving lectures on the Beatles and other 1960s music acts around the country....
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"A Cache of Kinetic Art: Simply Steampunk" is the Morris Museum's second installment of a four-year series focused on art that moves....
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We sat in on Drag Queen Story Hour with Harmonica Sunbeam. This program promotes diversity through reading to preschoolers....
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Philemona Williamson's childhood inspires her colorful canvases of fumbling adolescents. Some of her paintings are on display at Drumthwacket in Princeton....
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We found 28 St. Patrick's Day parades happening in counties around New Jersey for 2019. Celebrate Irish culture with any of these local festivities....
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The Ember Ensemble makes choral music come alive with strong voices and dynamic programs. The group's next New Jersey concerts are on March 3 and May 19. ...
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New Directions in Fiber Art, now on display in the Montclair Art Museum, celebrates how fibrous material is used to make art. All artists on display either live or work in New Jersey....
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Charlamagne Tha God, radio-show personality on "The Breakfast Club," talks about his new book "Shook One," his therapist and living in New Jersey....
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Jared Dylan, an emerging singer and songwriter from Montville, wanted to travel somewhere to amp up his creativity. He chose Ireland. Read on to find out what he's been working on. ...
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35 Things To Do in NJ in March

February 11, 2019

Want to have a marvelous March? We found exhibits, performances, concerts and festivals that fit the bill. ...
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Gatz is an eight-hour production of Fitzgerald's entire novel, including two intermissions and a dinner break. Experience the drama at McCarter Theatre in Princeton....
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In 2015, singer/songwriter Dana Calitri developed Sing for Your Health!, a therapeutic program for Parkinson’s disease patients that’s offered monthly in West Orange, Ridgewood and New York City. ...
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Andre Braugher, the distinguished actor best known for playing buttoned-up, hyper-competent characters on television stars in a world-premiere at SOPAC....
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Oh maron! Can you believe "The Sopranos" premiered on HBO twenty years ago? Here's an update on the most memorable characters and locations....
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From LeAnn Rimes to Gladys Knight, "The Jungle Book" to "Chicago," film festivals to an orchid show—if you’re looking for fun in February, our list of things to do has it all....
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Evan Ruggiero’s career as dancer/musician hasn’t lost a step—despite his loss of a leg to cancer....
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We found "First Night" celebrations, fireworks shows and an underwater event to help you kick off the New Year. Plus, keep the celebration going on New Year's Day with family- and dog-friendly parties....
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