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Abstract artist Elbita Bello of Skillman, N.J., is exhibiting her work in the Green Building Center, 67 Bridge St., Lambertville, N.J. Bello’s exhibit, “the things we don’t say,” evokes a …

“Local Beauty,” an exhibit of paintings of colorful local images by Bill Jersey and Debbie Pisacreta, well-known member artists of Artists’ Gallery, are on view in Bell’s Tavern Dining Room, …

Singer-songwriter Anthony Green, whose music releases in the screamo, acoustic alternative, indie, emo, and EDM genres have earned him a massive global fan base, recently visited School of Rock …

Sex. Gender. Religion. Why are they so hard to talk about? What do they have in common? A multi-award-winning documentary called “Angels and Saints-Eros and Awe” has some of those answers. …

The Riverside Symphonia invites music students to apply by Feb. 5, to the 2024 Caprio Young Artists Competition, which will be held Sunday, March 24. The biennial competition provides a unique …

The AOY Art Center invites artists from throughout the tri-state area to participate in the 12th Annual Juried Show, showcasing the region’s diverse artistic talent. Entries are now being accepted, …

The Concordia Chamber Players’ Feb. 4 concert at Solebury’s Trinity Church, titled “The WolfganG,” presents the brilliant music of Mozart, and that of two 20th-century composers – Martinu …

Hopewell Theater closes

Citing rising costs and the inability to obtain a liquor license, the Hopewell Theater is closing after a six-year run, executive director Sara Scully announced Tuesday night.

Trinity Church’s Friends of Music welcomes soloists Michelle Johnson and Brian Major in concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 28, at Trinity Episcopal Church, Solebury. The recital will include an array …

As the new year dawns, Phillips’ Mill Community Association features the annual Youth Art Exhibition showcasing dynamic artwork from local high school students. Now in its 11th year, the exhibition …

The public is invited to enjoy an afternoon of storytelling in the tradition of the Lenape, the First People, at D&R Greenway’s Discovery Center at Point Breeze from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 28.

The Solebury Township Historical Society (STHS) is bringing back the popular BYO painting parties, Impression-Sips! Inspired by the works of the Pennsylvania impressionists, this season’s line-up is …

At 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 28, the Frenchtown Bookshop will welcome Crys Matthews, who describes her inspiring topical songs as “a battle hymn for an army of lovers.”

Doylestown Bookshop welcomes audio-drama writer Barry M. Putt, Jr. as he discusses and signs copies of “Stories Told Through Sound: The Craft of Writing Audio Dramas for Podcasts, Streaming, and …

AOY Art Center announced the winners of the Emerging Artists of Lower Bucks High Schools Show, continuing through Jan. 21, at AOY Art Center, 949 Mirror Lake Road, in Lower Makefield …

While Reading Neruda, I Think of Some Things

Those who watched him living didn’t know how deeply one he was with all of this. -Rainer Maria Rilke

Downtown creative studio Mercantile Home, in partnership with the Easton Main Street Initiative, has launched a community art project called “Love, Easton” that will create 28,127 hearts of all …

A fundraiser to support Bucks County native Jay Smith and his family in the fight against ALS will take place 6:30-10 p.m. Jan. 27 at PineCrest Country Club in Lansdale. A live stream will be …

Gratz Gallery will host an online auction and sale of fine American paintings and frames at noon Sunday, Jan. 28, at Liveauctioneers.com. Preview days at the gallery in Doylestown are Jan. 26 and 27.

BRT’s productions of “A Raisin in the Sun” offer special pre- and post-show engagements, included with the ticket price, for guests to create a special night out.The Feb. 1 Opening Night …

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