The latest series of work from Margery Amdur, called Amass, will be on display through Sunday at the Noyes Museum of Art.
Marc Mappen has written a book about Prohibition gangsters -- men who were involved in the underworld of crime that flourished during Prohibition, which lasted from 1919 to 1933.
The first ever Uke New Jersey festival comes to Morristown to celebrate the small instrument and its fans.
Red Bank's Two River Theater Company hosts the Crossing Borders Festival, which stages readings of new plays by Latino and Latino-American playwrights.
MM2 Modern Dance Company will be performing outdoors at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton.
The classic Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda comes to NJPAC as a symphony in a live orchestral concert.
The Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood offers an assisted living facility for men and women who dedicated a major portion of their lives to the performing arts and entertainment.
After 35 years in business, Maxwell's in Hoboken is closing its doors for the last time.
Trilogy: An Opera Company, based in Newark, is putting on a production of "Robeson: The Opera," which chronicles the life of Rutgers football hero, singer, movie star and political activist Paul ...
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts has given out more than 200 grants to organizations, projects and artists across all 21 counties.
Springsteen & I lets fans show Bruce Springsteen and the world their gratitude.
Midtown Direct Rep is a repertory theater company made up of Broadway professionals living in or near South Orange and Maplewood.
New Jerseyans can see a performance of "An Evening with Groucho" this weekend performed by Frank Ferrante, who has been called "the greatest living interpreter of Groucho Marx's material."
The New Jersey Hall of Fame is the only mobile Hall of Fame in the country, with a 53-foot trailer full of information about some of the state's most famous names.
ArtWorks held its seventh 24-hour art and entertainment festival in Trenton where amateurs and professionals showcased their work.