The governor was in Paramus to celebrate 100% of New Jersey public schools offering arts programs.
The 23-story tower at Livingston Avenue and George Street is the home of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, and hundreds were on hand this week for its official opening.
Newark joins the list of metropolitan entertainment epicenters to host the MTV Video Music Awards.
From Nelson Mandela, to composer and instrumentalist Fela Kuti, to education activist and Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, student participants in the program have chosen a number of iconic ...
Award-winning composer, producer and sound designer Brent Daniels showed about 400 Camden campers how music is created in the digital age.
Prosecutors, police, youth offenders and casino owners have all teamed up for a new youth diversionary arts program in Atlantic City that gives teens the opportunity to work with artists painting ...
The interactive site includes a map that highlights each mural and the artist behind it.
“Visions” is about hitting the bottom of alcohol and drug addiction, awakening to the problem, and coming into treatment and recovery.
Cooper’s Poynt Waterfront Park was used to host performances and workshops by Trenton Circus Squad, which was brought to residents by a collaboration between Cooper's Ferry Partnership and Camden ...
Rider University instead will operate Westminster Choir College in Princeton for the 2019-2020 school year.
The mission of the New Jersey Hall of Fame ceremony is not only to recognize people in sports and entertainment, but also public service.
The organization is attempting to close the gender gap in jazz and change perceptions about what jazz musicians look like.
The Riverview Jazz Festival started with a few hundred attendees in 2012, but organizers expect around 40,000 attendees at the rebranded Jersey City Jazz Festival this year.
The Mayor of Trenton proclaimed Jan. 23, the comedian's birthday, Ernie Kovacs Day.