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Guy Davis, writer and sole performer of “Sugarbelly and Other Stories My Father Told Me,” at New Brunswick’s Crossroads Theatre, is a master of the story in its most ancient form, the spoken word.

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While the Trenton-Princeton region can claim to be home to designs by one of history’s great landscape designers, Frederick Law Olmsted, two other historically important designers worked in Trenton — and bring additional esteem to the city and region’s cultural and historic resources.

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Most New Jerseyans appreciate the natural benefits of public open space, but those who work to preserve and maintain these spaces see its economic value as well. 

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“Building a Place for History: Rediscovery and Renewal 2022” is an all-day affair on Friday, June 3, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. that features a choice of nine educational sessions, historic tours, a marketplace, lunch, and a closing reception for networking.

Thomas Edison State University has decided to sell its N.C. Wyeth painting “Reception to Washington on April 21, 1789, at Trenton On His Way To New York to Assume the Duties of the Presidency Of the United States.”

New Jersey is sitting on a huge budget surplus thanks to a surge in tax revenue, but a new report from a group of fiscal-policy experts suggests circumstances could quickly change and leave lawmakers facing a much different scenario.

Several area organizations are holding events to recognize Juneteenth, a holiday celebrating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans.