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Fun fact: There are more than 900 roads and highways across the United States named for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (I know this is for real–I read it on the interwebs).... READ ON

Two things went through my mind when I heard about the “Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey” exhibition at Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton: (1) Don’t miss it, and (2) it’s at Morven?!?... READ ON

As a child of the Fifties and Sixties, born and raised in Southern California, Bryan could not avoid soaking up the pop culture and angst of that time and place. He was fascinated by cheesy Sci-Fi and horror movies, super hero comics, Mad Magazine, Salvador Dali, The Twilight zone, Zap Comics, etc. All of those influences plus the “duck and cover” mentality of the Red Scare had their shots at a sensitive mind. In addition to the constant threat of atomic annihilation, the Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam War, and the Kennedy and King assassinations further provoked a political awareness and a sense that all is not right with the human species. At an early age art became a way for Bryan to deal with and make sense of the world.... READ ON

It’s the (early) 70’s and that was the warm up drill in Mrs. Lester’s typing class where I learned to type over 100 words per minute. Today, of course, it would be “all good men and women.”... READ ON








We lost many great artists during the past year. For those of a certain age, this was the year we lost many of our heroes and artists who grew old with us. It began with the loss of David Bowie and the obituaries kept coming. Some of the musicians lost in 2016 include Prince, Glen Frey, Paul Kantor, Maurice White, Phife Dawg, Sir George Martin, Merle Haggard, Leon Russell, and Leonard Cohen.... READ ON

In just two years, the NJ Stage Awards have developed quite a following throughout the Garden State arts community. Designed to help shine a spotlight on arts organizations throughout the state, the complete list of winners for 2016 were announced in New Jersey Stage magazine. We will be highlighting the winners of one category per day until the end of the year. This article takes a look at the Best Place To View Art category.... READ ON

In just two years, the NJ Stage Awards have developed quite a following throughout the Garden State arts community. Designed to help shine a spotlight on arts organizations throughout the state, the complete list of winners for 2016 were announced in New Jersey Stage magazine. We will be highlighting the winners of one category per day until the end of the year. This article takes a look at the Best Town For An Arts Night Out category.... READ ON

The Morris Museum takes a look at prohibition Jersey Style with their exhibit Jersey Spirits: Prohibition from Flappers to Bootleggers. Jersey Spirits explores how local figures boldly produced, smuggled, and sold alcohol during the years of 1920 through 1933. The exhibit is on view from September 18 through December 11, 2016.... READ ON

When Erin Feinberg first visited Memphis, her jaw dropped. Everywhere she looked she saw people dressed like Elvis Presley. She wondered if the city was saturated with Elvis impersonators. Actually, she happened to visit during Elvis Week — an annual celebration that leads up to the anniversary of the King’s death.... READ ON

(BELMAR, NJ) -- In October, New Jersey Stage held online voting for its first ever NJ Stage Awards. The awards were set up to give the public an opportunity to voice their opinions on the best places to see and experience art in the Garden State. Categories included art, comedy, dance, film, music, theatre, and best arts town. New Jersey Stage intends to hold the awards every October. The winners were first announced in New Jersey Stage magazine.... READ ON


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