Phillip McConnell's abstract photo works feature "glitches" that are created through digital codes and image manipulation, then paired with poetry.
Read how the region's poets have written about romance throughout the ages, just in time for an afternoon honoring Fanny Parnell.
James Howard speaks on his plans for the Black Inventors Hall of Fame at the Princeton Chamber's monthly luncheon on February 2.
Growth Potential Consulting's Jennifer L. Smith presents on how to position yourself for success with the Princeton Public Library and PSG of Mercer County on Friday, January 27.
Journalist Terri Huggins will speak about how to build your portfolio and writing samples for an independent career on Monday, January 30, at the Princeton Public Library.
The NJ CSIT Board has awarded a combined $1.275 million in grants to 17 startups to accelerate the development of technologies, products, and services that support maternal and child wellbeing.
The donation to the Lawrence-based nonprofit will help fund the Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Program for victims of domestic violence.
New Jersey takes pride in being one of the top states nationally for preventing and combating climate change, but Mercer County officials have played a big role in making that boast a reality over the last decade.
Edelmann, a long-time Princeton-area poet and advocate for environmental issues, leads off this issue of U.S. 1 focusing on the magic of the written word.
The Sourland Conservancy has announced that their staff, community partners, and volunteers planted 10,000 trees in 2022 as part of their ongoing forest restoration project.