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These days many people have been to a yoga class or a poetry reading, but the Yogic Poetry Experience combines both into a familiar yet completely new experience. Launching Friday, Jan. 26, at Seva …

Langhorne Council for the Arts announces a new musical experience: a Winter Concert Series at the Richardson House in Langhorne Borough. These house concert events will take place on the first Friday …

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.

Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre and In Death’s Company kick off 2024 with the thought-provoking and emotionally charged production, “Half Moon,” Jan. 5-7 at the Kelsey Theatre on MCCC’s West Windsor Campus.

The Friends of the Doylestown Library group is seeking vendors for its first-ever Arts & Crafts Fair, a fundraising event to be held next April 27 in the auditorium of the historic James-Lorah …

Children’s musician Laurie Berkner and The Laurie Berkner Band return to Berkner’s hometown with a “Greatest Hits” concert for families at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, at the McCarter Theatre …

Beginning Jan. 6, the Friends of the Doylestown Library will host the popular Reading to the Dogs program, in partnership with Comfort Caring Canines and Roxy Therapy Dogs.

It’s only fitting that, after a three-year hiatus, British author Janice Hallett has brought us “The Christmas Appeal” (Atria), a novella that returns her readers to the small but growing …

Puzzle fans are encouraged to sign up for “Solvers vs. Solvers: A Puzzle Tournament” taking place at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 6 at the Grundy Library, 680 Radcliffe St., Bristol. Compete against …

A group of stalwart reenactors will march on foot from Trenton to Princeton as part of this year’s Patriots Week celebrations in New Jersey. The group will represent Charles Wilson Peale’s Company …

AOY Art Center gallery will present the art exhibition, “Covering Romance,” featuring a collection of oil illustrations by the award-winning portrait artist John Ennis, originally published as …

Metropolitan Opera star, Grammy award-winner, and Princeton University alum Anthony Roth Costanzo headlines the Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s (PSO) Jan. 13-14 concerts.

Churchville Photography Club is no stranger to hosting photography contests. The club has been hosting these competitions since the 1990s. “This year marks around the 30th anniversary of this …

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, Trenton, N.J.’s, only professional theater company is paying homage to the Poor Righteous Teachers. Trenton’s first superstar hip-hop group—the …

A total of $307,414 in PA Arts and Culture Recovery Program funds will benefit seven organizations, museums and performance centers in parts of Central and Lower Bucks County.

Among My Father’s Stories

Much is blamed on women. How we wear our beauty, for example: boldly, irresponsibly, flash and flaunt, or not at all: mouse dropping drab. It’s 1948, girls are singing, wearing white, a chorus from the …

It’ll be “Mel Brooks Month” in January at the historic Newtown Theatre. During the month, the theater will screen four of Brooks’ classic films. The lineup includes ...

Lambertville artist Colleen Miller will exhibit, “Threads of Nature: Mixed Media Works,” at the Lambertville Public Library, showcasing a collection of diverse artworks that explore the intersection of nature and creativity.

After a year-long restoration project, Glen Foerd’s 121-year-old pipe organ will sing once again on Jan. 6, when Mark Loria, principal organist for the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul, commemorates the occasion with a free, live concert performance.

Beppe Gambetta, a master guitarist, songwriter and performer from Genoa, Italy, who spends part of each year in Stockton, N.J., will perform at Prallsville Mills Jan. 13 and 14.

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