Michael Uslan, producer of the modern-day Batman movies, talks about how he brought the superhero to the big screen.
The first two sites of Atlantic City's public arts initiative were unveiled last week just 10 days after Hurricane Sandy slammed into the Jersey Shore.
A country drive can be combined with the ultimate “shop local” experience – buying direct from New Jersey artists and craftspeople.
Selected events with an artistic twist are taking place around the state. Favorites include masquerade balls and pumpkin carving, as well as new seasonal offerings.
NJPAC President John Schreiber and WBGO President Cephas Bowles discuss the jazz festival coming to Newark and what it means to the city and its residents.
This year's NJPAC Gala was a red carpet affair that drew former governors, business and community leaders.
Videos, installations, photo montages, prints, and paintings by 24 contemporary female artists of Middle East heritage are on display in a series of “Fertile Crescent” exhibitions in New Brunswick ...
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” has nabbed 6 Tony nominations. The acclaimed Broadway play first premiered at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton.
Actress Janeane Garofalo stars in the movie 'Bad Parents,' which focuses on parents willing to do anything to ensure their children's success in soccer.
Movie studios will stop using 35 millimeter film next year, forcing movie theaters to either invest in a digital projector or close their doors.
Star-Ledger Video Journalist Andre Malok discusses his documentary "The Lost Valley: Rising Water, Sinking Hopes," about the Burlew family's experience after flooding from Tropical Storm Irene ...
A once barren landscape outside of Trenton now provides a verdant setting for a sculpture park.
Although the art of blowing glass takes years to master, the “Make Your Own Glass” program at WheatonArts gives a truly hands on experience for beginners.
Newark's James Street Commons, Ironbound and the Branch Brook Park Alliance have been recognized by President Obama's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
An estimated 90,000 Orthodox Jews braved heavy traffic and an afternoon deluge in order to attend the 12th Siyum HaShas, the culmination of the study of the 2,711 pages of Talmud.