If owning and running the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market has been Joseph Kuzemka’s full-time job for a while, owning and running the new Out of Step Offbeat Boutique and General Store will now be his other full-time job.
The New Jersey Lighthouse Challenge — set for Saturday and Sunday, October 16 and 17 — is an annual event that mixes history and fundraising with a contest.
A ghost on the left and a runner on the right, HomeFront, the Lawrence Township-based nonprofit whose mission is to eradicate homelessness, is turning their sprint for a cause scary.
It’s the season for ghosts, goblins, and those things that go bump in the night, so spooky-spirited groups are putting out the invitation to get to greet the season — and maybe a holiday spirit or two.
This historic tavern has undergone extensive renovations in the past year and has reopened this September. After an 18-month hiatus for quarantine and renovations, the lit neon signs are a welcome sight in the neighborhood
Campus Town, the mixed-use development on the campus of The College of New Jersey in Ewing, is set to welcome three new restaurants in time for the fall semester.
With its French country interior and an exterior designed to make diners feel like they are inside a Claude Monet painting, Rat’s Restaurant (named for a character from Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows) is a singular dining experience.
In 2021, it feels fitting to pay tribute to the culture of the 100-year-old decade, and I got to do just that through food, drink, and entertainment when I visited Farns & Rail, a secret upstairs compartment of Old Town Pub (formerly The Farnsworth House) on historic Farnsworth Avenue in…
David Orban just won Best in Show at the Mercer County Artists juried exhibition. No small feat with the numerous talented artists submitting to this exclusive juried exhibition.
Hopewell Theater has announced plans to reopen on Sept. 10, starting with a celebratory performance by a local singer-songwriter, and continuing throughout the fall with a schedule of independent films and live performances from both emerging and established artists presenting music, comedy,…
Open for one weekend only, the event will aim to celebrate ingenuity while raising awareness about the need to protect the environment, proving that one man’s trash is another’s treasure
Riley Sager is back with Survive the Night, a road trip thriller about Charlie, a woman who may or may not be stuck in the car with a serial killer.
The performances were recorded live on the stage of the Hopewell Valley Performing Arts Center, and edited into the video production that will be streamed online
“Instead of people throwing things away they’re creating something out of it. I am creating a memory, consolidating all (the client’s) memories into a piece of art.”
The NJEDA calls the installation one of the final steps in the construction of the first new state office buildings in Trenton in more than 25 years
Taste Trenton has announced that it will curate an appropriately socially-distanced excursion to the capital city’s restaurants this summer during the weekend of June 11–13.
The Hopewell Valley Arts Council seeks daring and innovative artists, artisans, and creatives ready for an eco-art challenge at its newest community event: The Junkyard, an upcycle art exhibition
Princeton-based artist Carole Jury exhibits a retrospective of her works at 19 Hulfish Street from May 4 through 9 in a show titled “Reinvention – Act. #1.”
“I am an open mic host, community artistic event organizer, a bit of a poet, and run a community theater group — most, if not all, of my events are free,” says Todd Evans. A ubiquitous presence at poetry readings and spoken word events from Trenton to Princeton, Evans says, “I have been doin…
Since last year, Rosedale Mills has been attracting customers for a whole new reason — one that is unrelated to the farmers market or its core business
In Atlanta, Tipple and Rose became known for its selection of whole and loose leaf teas and its scones and macarons, as well as for its tea-brewing accessories, honey, candles, bath and body products and more.
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 upcoming photographic exhibition, “Taking Pause”
One year after the pandemic disrupted Passage Theater‘s schedule, board president Carolyn Wylie is keeping the faith for the capital city’s only nonprofit professional theater