During a lengthy interview with Community News Service writer Bill Sanservino, comic book writer and novelist Fabian Nicieza provided several detailed accounts about his life, his entry into publishing, the writing of his novel, and the comic book industry.
When comic book writer Fabian Nicieza first moved to West Windsor in the 1990s, he never anticipated that the town would eventually become the setting for his first-ever novel almost three decades later.
Whole World Arts, located in the MarketFair space formerly operated by Bobby’s Burger Palace, is the West Windsor Arts Council’s new exhibition space gallery, shop, and a studio for workshops and classes.
While George III is probably the best known ruler figuring into New Jersey’s history, he’s just one in a long succession of rulers — or multiple rulers — who held this region under their royal thumbs.
Piano sales have spiked due to the pandemic, and with a new location in the Windsor Green Shopping Center, Jacobs Music is poised to take advantage of the increased demand.
A pack of five New Jersey ghost books sent by Haunted America, a division of The History Press, may be just the way to engage in some light — yet imaginative and informative — summer reading.
It’s been a difficult season for cultural organizations and event planners to figure out what was possible and with many continuing to protect audiences by going remote and others cautiously planning live events with an eye toward social distancing, the basic message is that show goes on.
Michelle Schragger stands in the front room of her early 19th century home on Main Street in Pennington and gestures to a large space between a coffee table and fireplace hearth extension, both covered with materials of various brightness and texture.
Arts Council of Princeton artist-in-residence Robin Resch says she likes the idea of using Nassau Street’s Dohm Alley as the setting for her current photographic exhibition, “Taking Pause.”
“I believe we have now reached the point where we can, if we so choose, build new habitats far more comfortable, productive and attractive than is most of Earth,” O’Neill wrote in his 1974 Physics Today article outlining his vision for life in space.
‘The High Frontier,’ Dyson wrote, ‘established O’Neill as spokesman for the people in many countries who believe that the settlement of space can bring tremendous benefits to humanity.’
The new documentary film “The High Frontier: The Untold Story of Gerard K. O’Neill” digitally premiering on Saturday, April 17, tells the story of a prominent Princeton-area visionary, the opening a new era of human exploration, and a legacy with roots in the region.