Olympian and Trentonian Athing Mu is one of several success stories that sum up the Trenton Track Club’s motto: ‘Running is a way of life.’
Charles Feggans opens his novel “Miller Homes” as follows: “In this story, Miller Homes (in Trenton) is a community housing development known for warehousing low income people."
As the painter of the interior of St. Vladimir Orthodox Church in South Trenton, Estonian artist Pimen Sofronov contributes to Trenton’s rich cultural heritage.
Trenton Health Team is partnering with local artist Bentrice Jusu to create public art throughout the city celebrating the lives of violence victims
Preservation New Jersey (PNJ) recently announced its annual list of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in New Jersey -- including St. Monica's Episcopal Church in Trenton.
“In the sneaker culture to reintroduce a sneaker is a big deal,” says artist Dez FlyKickz in her Trenton studio as she prepares for her first solo exhibition at Trenton Social, the city restaurant with a gallery space used for monthly shows and openings.
Trenton’s art and cultural communities are proving once again they are the vital spark keeping the heartbeat of the Capital City — despite being hit hard by the pandemic
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.
“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…
With e-bikes, an additional trend is pumping up the action. Namely, the appeal for aging cyclists of motor-assisted bikes that can still allow enjoying fairly lengthy or hilly rides
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
Millions have experienced significant hardship because of income lost due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fortunately there are programs at the local and county level to help
Group of “professionals and alumni” will have diocesan support for its efforts to reopen TCA as Trenton Catholic Preparatory Academy
Artist Khalilah Sabree is commemorating 20 years of creating art in the Capital City with a retrospective at Artworks Trenton, the downtown gallery where the artist has also had a studio
Author and activist James Baldwin wrote that the year 1942 produced a “great change in my life.” That change came when he lived in New Jersey and made a visit to Trenton
“I’m a professional barber. I make people feel good and look good. Mostly feel good,” says Joe Festa — affectionately known as the Mayor of South Warren Street in the heart of Trenton.
In November, Tír na nÓg, the nationally recognized Irish bar on Hamilton Avenue, started up a new club: the Irish Whiskey Ambassadors Club. To gain membership in the club, patrons must drink 32 different Irish whiskeys — one for each county in Ireland
A six-month investigation by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office has resulted in the arrest of 18 suspects and the seizure of some 1,000 grams of heroin, 1,000 grams of methamphetamine, 15 pounds of marijuana, 11 guns, six vehicles and more than $22,000 in cash.
One summer afternoon in the early 20th century a young Trenton man lounging on the banks of the Delaware River had an overwhelming sensation that “this is not the first time I possessed a human body.”
Showcasing work by several noted women artists from the Greater Trenton region, the work was designed and curated by nationally recognized Trenton artist Mel Leipzig.
In pandemic times, instead of servers bringing meals to clients at tables, dinner take-out bags are packed inside, carted through a now empty dining room, and lined up on a table, where masked servers hand food to the line of masked clients there for a meal.
The name, The Father Center, reflects the strength of the nonprofit’s continued mission to support men in gaining the skills and meeting the responsibilities of fatherhood
Turner Pointe, a joint venture between the Trenton Housing Authority and Conifer Realty, is a redevelopment of the former George W. Page Home complex, which was built in 1954 and had been vacant for several years.
Building Conservation through Diversity and Teamwork, a paid high-school internship program based in Mercer County, aims to train the next generation of environmental stewards, giving them crucial work experience and skills.
Kidder’s witty blending of American figures such as Paul Revere with the day-to-day details of colonial Princeton engages and quickly reminds us of the region’s placement as both the crossroads for East Coast travel and the crossroads of the Revolution